St. John Bosco Reigns State Supreme

The first one always feels special. That’s what the St. John Bosco football team experienced Saturday night after defeating the legendary gridiron squad from up north-the always powerful and highly respected Concord De La Salle-in winning the school’s first-ever California state championship. St. John Bosco, behind three touchdown passes by Rosen on the night, handed […]

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Clippers turn up the volume

Los Angeles—The Clippers showed a different side of their team on Monday night at the Staples Center.We don’t get to see impeccable performances from teams very often; the Clippers played one of their best games of the season against the immaculate San Antonio Spurs. And Blake Griffin was the leading scorer. He finished the game […]

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A Lesson From Nelson Mandela

Wells Fargo could learn a better value system from the former South African President By Tammi Lang Campbell Let’s respect ourselves and demand it from others. Former South African President Mandela taught us about respect, honor and courage. When he was imprisoned for 27 years because of his fight against the apartheid government for racial inequality, […]

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Tiger Woods 2013

It was another great year for the No.1 golfer in world Tiger Woods and for the sport of golf. Most folks who casually watch the sport would label this a bad year for Woods, due to high expectations placed on him. Tiger did win 2013 PGA Tour play of the year award, beating out a […]

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Tea with Mandela: Supporting the New South Africa

By Keith Bezanson As the anti-apartheid icon passes away in South Africa, the past president of Canada’s International Development Research Centre reflects on their partnership to support South African democracy. It was a Friday early in 1992. I was in Cape Town with plans to fly out the next day when I got the call from one of Nelson Mandela’s closest advisers. Was […]

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