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August 26, 2004


It sounds like an ad for running shoes or a new fitness center. But it aptly describes the new computers that Mission College students will find this semester in the Learning Resource Center.

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A L U M N I   N E W S

A little mentoring leads to medical degree

When Juan Carlos Pelayo enrolled in Mission College in 1996, all he wanted to do was take and pass a physiology class.

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Campus improvements move forward

Brace yourselves. Mission College’s "new look" is expected to gradually take hold over the next 12 months.

In fact, it’s already begun. While many of the college’s instructors were away on summer break, Campus Center was re-carpeted, painted, and high traffic areas, including stairs, were refitted with firm rubber matting for greater safety...

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New roles
for two administrators

For two familiar Mission College staff members,
this fall semester looks a bit different than previous ones. They’ve spent the summer preparing for the start of school in new roles.

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  S O C C E R  U P D A T E

Women’s team has a learning year ahead of it

Photo of softball batter during game.

Coach Carlos Olivares isn't sure if his women’s soccer team is more, or less, experienced than last year’s squad.

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Men's team looks for a leader

Men’s soccer coach E.B. Madha looks back on last year’s season and wonders if it was a dream.

In only their second year back to competition after a five-year athletics hiatus...

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Summer at Yale

You meet the most interesting people at Yale University. Just ask Romeo Gonzalez.

The new Mission College ASO president recently completed a six-week summer session at the Ivy League school where, he said, he met a young dutchess from France...

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