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Education

LLUMC is still top dog

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Loma Linda University Medical Center has been named the top hospital in the Inland Empire. This is the fifth consecutive year that the hospital was ranked number one in Riverside and San Bernardino counties in U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of the best hospitals in the country. Loma …

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Local colleges stay in good standing

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Moreno Valley College, Norco College and Riverside City College have all had their accreditation’s reaffirmed by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. The Riverside Community College District announced its decision last week in a statement posted on its website. Each of the three colleges is accredited independently. The Norco …

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More faculty for CSUSB

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Cal State San Bernardino will add 10 faculty members during the upcoming academic year, thanks to extra funding the California State University system will receive. Up to 700 full-time instructors are expected to be hired throughout the system in an attempt to increase graduation rates and cut down on the …

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College official steps down

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Moreno Valley College’s vice president of student services has resigned. Greg Sandoval stepped down last month after being convicted in San Diego on corruption charges, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. Sandoval, 60, resigned in April, but the college did not announce his departure until recently. He no longer …

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Doctor gives Inland college its largest donation ever

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A prominent High Desert physician will make a major donation to Victor Valley College. Dr. Prem Reddy, chief executive officer of Prime Healthcare Services, has agreed to donate $2 million to the school, the largest single charitable donation in its 53-year history, according to a story first published in the …

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Local students reach international competition

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Students from Yucaipa Christian Schools finished second in Destination Imagination, an international non-profit program designed to get participants to think creatively and enhance their creativity. The six students, all third and fourth-graders, will compete in the Global Finals in Knoxville, Tenn. next month, where they will be up against 1,300 …

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