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November 22, 2004

It’s not easy to restore Mother Nature, especially after a devastating wildfire has done its worst. But each day, a handful of men give it their best shot.

Make that a handful of men, and their very determined Mission College supervisor.

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This classroom is a ‘crime’ scene

The students approach the bodies deliberately. Every few steps, they scan the crime scene visually for clues, careful not to trample any evidence. After all, they’ve been told that what their cameras record could lead detectives to the murderer.

The students treat this "investigation" with all the seriousness of the real thing…even though it’s actually a lab assignment in Mission College’s Forensic Photography 250 class.

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A L U M N I   N E W S

Retiree says,
‘Use it, don’t lose it’

Edward Woods has great advice for people planning to retire: Find a passion in life and pursue it as a second career.

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Gary Bombalicki

A wide variety of careers can be found on Gary Bombalicki’s resume: Sous chef…radio disk jockey...cable television sales executive...business entrepreneur.

And, he is president of the Los Angeles Mission College Foundation.

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  S O C C E R  U P D A T E

Eagles wrap up season, look to next year
Congratulations to men’s soccer coach E.B. Madha and women’s coach Carlos Olivares, whose teams carried the colors for Mission College on the athletic field this fall. The men fell just shy of qualifying for the playoffs, finishing with a conference record of 7-5-2. Olivares, whose young team went 2-10 in conference play, hopes this year’s learning curve will pay off next year when several of the women are expected to return as veterans.


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