Lockhart recently died in her sleep. Lockhart, a former supervisor
in Reprographics, was one of the pioneer employees that opened the
college 40 years ago.
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PROFESSOR OF ART
EXHIBITING AT HOME & ABOARD
Now showing in the WLAC
Fine Arts Gallery is "Closed, Mid Career Art Exhibit"
The exhibit features work by seven professional artists including:
ceramic artists, Frank Matranga and Aldo Favili; digital
artists, Robert Witte and Michael Rich; painters, Winston Marshall
and Allen Bollinger; and one construction artist, Mariann
Scolinos. The show provides examples of mature contemporary art and is
open to the public.
Tues, Feb 24 | 7 - 9pm
Feb 9 - Mar 27 | M - TH 10am - 4pm
Humanities & Fine
Arts Chair Michael Arata's art will be featured in
three venues this month.
“The Gun Show” Space B gallery
- New York
(Mar 7 - Apr 17)
WharfStudios - London (Mar 5 - 12)
Art of Framing - San Diego (Mar 7 - Mar 31)
eneded feb 28
A CHANCE TO GIVE
SHOP AT RALPH'S? Thanks to all of you who enrolled in the Ralph's
Grocery Community Foundation for WLAC. It has earned us $700 so far.
If you shop at Ralph's and have a Club Card, the WLAC encourages you to
register the card online. It cost you nothing and earns $$$ for he
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WLAC MS WALK TEAM It's time again to register
for the WLAC Team to walk to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. The
walk will be at the Rose Bowl on April 19. To sign up, contact team
captain Christina Misner in Administrative Services, ext. 4368.
CALL FOR PRESENTERS
FAIR - Spring 2009
Presenters are asked to
prepare for about one hour - about 45 minutes of presentation and 15
minutes of questions and answers. The format is flexible. The
grants can fund $350 stipends to presenters for developing and
presenting their workshop.
Please email Mary-Jo Apigo
at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in presenting a workshop
on using multimedia in your classroom, podcasting, or any other
educational technology you are using.
see past schedule of courses
2009 Mandatory Flex Day is Thursday, August
Purchasing Deadlines Begin May 1
CCNMA Latino Journalist of CA - $500 - $1000
| Application Due Apr. 3
W I L D C A T S
U P D A T E
Three more of West’s 18 football sophomores will advance to 4-year
college teams. This brings the total for the season to 16 Wildcats
who will play at universities on full athletic scholarships or with
financial grants and aid. Congratulations Quarterback Ryan Rosenvall
(3.2GPA), Wide Receiver Robert Ford (earned AA); Wide Receiver Paul
West Welcomes New
The Wildcats have hired a new Women’s Volleyball Coach Brian Corso to
replace Branden Higa who recently accepted a full-time position with
Mississippi State University.
Corso will begin
immediately. He comes to West with a rich background in Southern
California volleyball having started and developed his own beach
volleyball club called the Aloha Ball Club/Volleyball School and serving
as assistant coach for the U.S. Jr. National Beach Volleyball Program.
He is concurrently the head coach for the Costa Rican Jr. National Beach
Volleyball Team which trains in the U.S. during the summer months.
WEST FINISHES WSC
PLAY WITH 8-4 RECORD, 19-11 OVERALL
South Division MVP
| All-Conference | Coach of the Year
Austin (pictured below) was voted Most Valuable Player for the South
Division and teammate CeeCee Jeffries was named to the All-Conference
team. Favor Irvin also received Honorable Mention status. Coach
Colleen Matsuhara was selected as Coach of the Year, sharing the honor
with the College of the Canyons coach.
Austin finished second in
the entire state in scoring at 25.1 ppg. She trailed the leader by only
0.8 of a point. Austin is being recruited by several Division I schools
and will be taking some campus visits in the near future. She is the
first women’s basketball MVP from WLA in over 8 years.
Track & Field:
TROJAN RELAYS - MAR 1:
West posted 2 victories
and had several personal bests.
The men’s 4x400 meter
relay not only won the event but ran the 5th fastest time in
the state (3:17.43).
The race was all the more exciting as the team had to come, overtaking
meet host, USC in the final 30 meters. Team members were Rashaad Scott,
Charles Earls III, Leland Anderson, and Jonathan Byrd.
Shayna Parker, Alysha Turner, Desiree White, and Stancia Baker
took the distance medley
relay with a
time of 13:42.35. Parker gave the ladies a 20 meter lead after her 1200
meter lead off leg and the Wildcats never looked back. Parker, White
and Turner teamed up again in
the 4x400 meter relay
with Turquoise Williams for a 3rd place finish
behind two USC teams for the 3rd fastest time in the state in
the event with a time of 4:00.40.
BAKERSFIELD MEET - FEB 12: The
defending Conference Champion West LA women
placed first in a four-team field
with 74 points while the West men were second among four schools with 59
Wildcats’ were led by sophomore,
Turquoise Williams who won 6
After their second meet, the Women's track team was
ranked 3rd in the State.
The Wildcats swept
perennial Western State Conference baseball power, Bakersfield
College at home and away. Thursday, March 5, sophomore pitcher
Flavio Ramos pitched 8 and 2/3rds innings on his way to a 2-1 win.
On Saturday, March 7 the Wildcats also defeated Bakersfield but this
time by a score of 6-2.
Feb 28: West 1 | COC 10
Feb 26: West 8 | Mission 9
Feb 20: West 11 | Valley 5
Feb 21: West 1 |
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