Quick Takes: New Chancellor in LA, SW Michigan Loses Tax Vote, Sit-In Ends at Hawaii

May 6, 2005
  • Darroch (Rocky) Young was named Wednesday as the next chancellor of the Los Angeles Community College District, a nine-campus system, the Los Angeles Daily News reported. Young, vice chancellor of the system, was previously the president of the system's Pierce College.
  • Voters in Southwestern Michigan College's district on Tuesday rejected a tax increase that would have increased support for the two-year institution, The Kalamazoo Gazette reported. College officials had said that they needed the increase because of cuts in state support.
  • Student protesters left the president's office at the University of Hawaii after the interim president pledged to have more discussions of a proposed Navy research center at the Manoa campus, according to the Honolulu Star-Bulletin.
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