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‘Yes Means Yes’ Sexual Assault Bill Passed By Gov. Jerry Brown

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill to make California the first state to define “yes means yes” and to change the way colleges handle sexual assault cases, officials said Sunday. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. “I think its very important this came out, ” said Linda Davies, executive director of ...

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College Of the Canyons To Host Homecoming Weekend

College Of the Canyons To Host Homecoming Weekend

College of the Canyons is expected to host a variety of activities on Homecoming Weekend on Friday, Nov. 1 and Sat. Nov. 2. The Homecoming Weekend is expected to feature the induction of the 2013 Outstanding Alumni & Friends into the college’s Alumni Hall of Fame, a special pre-show reception for the Official Blues Brothers Revue show at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center (PAC) and a tailgate party to celebrate the Cougar football team’s homecoming game.

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Hart School District To Host Third Annual College and Career Fair

Hart School District To Host Third Annual College and Career Fair

Unsure where to go after high school or the process it takes to apply and be accepted at colleges and universities? The Hart School District is hosting their 3rd Annual College and Career Fair on Wednesday, September 11th from 6-9 P.M. at the Valencia Hyatt Regency. The Fair is held to assist students in guiding future decisions, whether it be ...

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Assemblyman Scott Wilk Pens Legislation To Freeze Tuition

Assemblyman Scott Wilk Pens Legislation To Freeze Tuition

Local Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, has co-authored a bill proposing to freeze tuition for all students in public colleges and universities. If passed, Assembly Bill 67 would last seven years, in conjunction with how long Californians will be taxed because of Proposition 30. “It’s only fair to the taxpayers, and is a way to hold Sacramento accountable,” Wilk said. ...

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