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Margie Lewis, President(714) [email protected]
Cypress College 9200 Val ley View Street Cypress , CA 90630 (714) 484
The Philosophy and Religious Studies Department along with the Journalism Department are sponsoring the film screening of Outfoxed: Rupert Murdochs War on Journalism with a Q-and-A session with co-producer, Jim Gilliam, following the documentary.
Outfoxed explores the issue of media bias regarding social and political matters and its impact on society. Media experts, including Jeff Cohen (Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting), Bob McChesney (Free Press), Chellie Pingree (Common Cause), Jeff Chester (Center for Digital Democracy) and David Brock (Media Matters) provide context in the indepth look at media mogul Rupert Murdoch and Fox News.
The film also features former Fox News employees, including producers, reporters, bookers and writers who recount the pressures of
imposing a rightwing point of view or risk losing their jobs. The screening will be held on September 13, from 3-5 p.m., in
H-131. Gilliam is a former dot-com executive turned activist filmmaker.
In the wake of 9/11, Gilliam left his position as chief technology officer of high-profile startup Business.com and devoted his time to more pressing matters.
Through MoveOn.org, in 2003, he collaborated with veteran filmmaker Robert Greenwald to research and help produce the groundbreaking documentary, Uncovered: The War on Iraq, about the faulty intel-ligence that led the U.S. to war.
Bringing together the world of film, politics, and the Internet, Uncovered defined a new generation of films the grassroots political documentary. Gilliam then co-produced Greenwalds next film, Outfoxed: Rupert Murdochs War on Journalism, an unprecedent-ed look at the propaganda techniques employed by FOX
News. All are welcome to the screening and there is no admission fee.
Rear access to the auditorium will close at 3:05 p.m.
The look of the CypressCollege.edu Web site was refreshed just a bit during the summer. The links for the Online applica-tion, WebStar and the class schedule are now at the very top of the page (instead of the bottom). The change was based on feedback about making those items easier to find. These icons now appear on each page of the college Web site that has been designed within the standard look. If you dont see the new graphics yet, reload this page from your browsers toolbar (you may need to clear the cache in Explorer or Netscape since they archive old icons).
September 3, 2004 Newsletter from President Margie Lewis
Co-Producer of Outfoxed On Campus for Viewing of DocumentaryFilm screening is set for Monday, September
13, sponsored by Philosophy and Religious Studies along with the Journalism Department.
It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it .
THEY SAID IT
Ongoing Mexico: Portraits of Complexity/Retratos de la
Complejidad, exhibit of photographs by James Lerager, Edouard De Merlier and Library galleries (through Sept. 25).
Unauthorized Manifestations: Voices from the Other Side exhibit of photographs by Glenn Stern, Floating Wall and Library galleries (through Sept. 25).
Ernest Velardi A 30-Year Retrospective of Egg Tempura Paintings exhibit, Art Gallery (through Sept. 30).
6 Monday Labor Day holiday; campus closed.
7 Tuesday Late-start classes begin. Reception honoring new managers and newly ten-
ured faculty, Culinary Arts dining room, 2:30-4 p.m.
8 Wednesday Student Learning Outcomes Dialogue, Wilson
Conference Room, 3- 5 p.m. 9 Thursday
Academic Senate, Wilson Conference Room, 3 p.m.
Student Learning Outcomes DialoguesA series of dialogues will be held to identify definitions and
processes for establishing and measuring student learning out-comes for individual courses and programs. All faculty members, classified staff, administrators, and students are invited to partici-pate in the dialogues. The first meeting will be on Wednesday, September 8, from 3-5 p.m. in the Wilson Conference Room. Facilitating the dialogues will be Dr. Randy Martinez, Nancy Deutsch, and Dr. Heather Brown.
For near l y a ha l f -mi l l i on s tudents , Cypress Co l lege has been a spr ingboard to the i r d reams. Come to Cypress Co l lege and
The retirement of Sue (Reichart) Sever, Court Reporting Instructor, was recognized at the August 24 board meeting.
Baseball coach Scott Pickler led the YarmouthDennis (Mass.) Red Sox to the 2004 Cape League Championship. The Red Sox defeated the Falmouth Commodores, 84 in 11 innings on August 14 in the Cape Cod Baseball Leagues title game.
This is Scotts first cham-pionship during his seven-year tenure as field manager of the YD Red Sox.
The Cape Cod Baseball League is the nations oldest, most successful amateur base-ball league. It aims to foster the careers of top prospects in the nation.
Seven former Cypress College womens soccer play-ers have signed with four-year schools: Renee Haynes, Cal State Dominguez Hills; Katie Roche, Cal State Dominguez Hills; Brooke Johns, University of Hartford (CT,); Cynthia Pinkney, San Jose State (CA); Andrea Serrano, Menlo Park College (CA); Michele Chapman, Ottawa University (KS); and Nataly Clavel, University of LaVerne (CA).
CHARGERS BRIEFLYInformation Table Serves Nearly 2,000 Students to Start SemesterClose to 2,000 students were assisted in the 10
days that the information table was set up to help guide students. Over 700 students approached the Information table in the first two days of the semester.
Due to the huge success of this muchneeded service, the information booth will be set up again in January prior to the start of the spring semester.
I know that the students we helped appreciated the fact that we were there, said Dr. Lewis. Theres no telling how many students we saved because we were able to provide them with good information or just make them feel welcome.
The table was run by Jorge Ramirez, dean of Student Support Services, on behalf of the 5% MORE Committee.
Special thanks to the following volunteers: Nancy Byrnes, Karen Cant, Nina DeMarkey, Steve Donley, Nancy Deutsch, Mo Entezampour, Mary Lou Ford, Betty Fowke, Mary Lou Giska, Beverly Heasley, Kathleen Hess, Will Heusser, Pat Humpres, Mike Kasler, Monica Kim, Margie Lewis, Carol Mattson, Bob Nadell, Louella Nelson, Beth Piburn, Marc Posner, Joyce Ricci, Alex Rosales, Marion Shocklee, Kathy Wada, Dave Wassenaar.
After a significant delay, the Construction Updates section of the college Web site has been updated with new content and valuable information. The change comes as students are developing a growing interest in the projects.
With that in mind, brief descriptions of the various construction projects have been added to the sections main page. Links are available to areas with additional information.
The Opening Day construction video Extreme Makeover: Campus Edition has been added under the Galleries heading on the page, along with four photo slide shows. More photographs will be added as the images are taken and processed for the Web.
Finally, the Construction Updates section includes the campus closure maps that have been circulated and posted with the start of school.
Look for new content under the Construction Updates icon on a regular basis.
A report on Cypress Colleges
Time Aug. 18
8-9 * 20 # 67 68 25 24 11 15 10
9-10 * 40 # 60 36 15 15 26 18 16
10-11 64** 11 # 68 39 9 27 25 20 6
11-12 ** 15 # 65 45 22 11 15 22 23
12-1 37 28 23 55 30 15 34 16 13 19
1-2 11 58 29 85## 50 31 21 19 12 15
2-3 38 36 35 ## 29 32 6 21 11 14
3-4 29 61 19 42 24 Closed Closed 12 21 13
Totals 172 249 106 442 321 149 138 145 132 116 1970
Key: * No record kept ** Combined hours 10 to 12 # Opening day table opened at noon ## Combined hours 1 to 3
A reception honoring new managers and newly tenured faculty will be held on Tuesday, September 7, from 2:30 to 4 p.m. in the Culinary Arts dining room. Refreshments will be served.
Honorees include: new managers Regina Ford, Nina DeMarkey and Jose Recinos; newly tenured fac-ulty members Virgil Adams, Kathy Alvarez, Lisa Clark, Cherie Dickey, Christie Diep, Sharon Easton, Jean England, Richard Fee, Michael Flores, Robert Grantham, David Halahmy, Elizabeth Hamman, Sarah Jones, Barbara Kashi, Kathleen McAlister, David Nussbaum, Fola Odebunmi, John Payne, Kathleen Reiland, Doug Sallade, Renee Ssensalo, Wendy Valencia, Amy Vega-Pritchett, Denise Vo, and Nancy Welliver.
The Budget & Planning Committee has allocated $10,000 for funding requests for conference registration for the 2004-2005 year. This is $5,000 more than last year, which will provide mon-ies for more employees to attend area conferences and workshops, although it is not enough to cover transporta-tion and accommodations for out-of-town or out-of-state conferences. The deadline to submit requests is Monday, September 13, by 4 p.m.
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15- and 16-Week Classes Begin September 1, 2004
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Meeting Agenda for September 9, 20043:00 PM Wilson Conference Room
I. Approval of Minutes
II. Special Reports
Mike Kasler, Executive Vice-President
Nancy Byrnes, Vice-President
A. Presidents Report Michael BrydgesB. Treasurers Report Beth PiburnC. Curriculum Committee Pat GanerD. IQA Committee Carol MattsonE. Campus Tech. Committee Gary ZagerF. Staff Development Nancy DeutschG. Foundation ReportH. Adjunct Faculty Sam RussoI. United Faculty Tony Jones/Dana Brown/Linda BorlaJ. Associated Students Karen JohnsonK. Campus Diversity Susan WilliamsL. Site Over-Sight Committee Mark Majarian
III. Faculty Issues
VI. Adjournment of Meeting
Cypress College Academic Senate meetings are open to all who wish to attend.The meetings are the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
in the Wilson Conference Room.
Last year, a group of Cypress College faculty members, classified staff, and administrators participated in an on-going dialogue to identify common Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs), or a common scope of requirements, of those students leaving Cypress College with a vocational certificate and/or an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts, Occupational Studies, or General Studies, or students transferring with general education certification. By May 2004, the Academic Senate had approved the ILO document, and the Presidents Advisory Cabinet adopted the ILOs. This fall, all members of the college community, including students, are invited to participate in a series of dialogues to identify definitions and processes for establishing and measuring student learning outcomes for individual courses and programs. While the maximum benefit is gained if participants can attend all of the dialogues, it is not mandatory that they do so. Faculty members are strongly encouraged to participate actively in these dialogues. It is imperative that the SLO development process is faculty-driven, and the establishment and measurement of SLOs reflect the academic culture of our college. (Flex credit or equivalent unit credit toward advancement on pay scale for every 10 hours of participation is available.) Facilitating the dialogue will be Dr. Randy Martinez, Psychology Department; Nancy Deutsch, English/Reading Department and Staff Development Coordinator; and Dr. Heather Brown, Director of Institutional Research. All three participated in the ILO dialogue, have attended numerous conferences on student learning, and collectively conducted an extensive review of the literature on the assessment of student learning.
Date Location Topic Facilitator
W Sept 8 Wilson Moving Beyond ILOs: What are SLOs? Definitions and examples; comparison with instructional objectives
W Sept 15 Wilson Whats in it for me? Benefits & Limitations of SLOs "Academic Culture and the Assessment of Student Learning"
W Sept 22 Wilson What are we doing now to assess student learning? A discussion of current course/program assessment practices
W Sept 29 Wilson General Steps for Assessing Learning
Roles and Responsibilities of the College Assessment of Student Learning Participants
Randy Martinez & Nancy Deutsch
W Oct 6 Wilson Linking ILOs to Courses: the AA/AS Track Randy Martinez W Oct 13 Wilson Linking ILOs to Courses: the AA/AS Track Heather Brown W Oct 20 FFT Caf
Culinary Arts Linking ILOs to Courses: the Certificate Track Heather Brown
W Oct 27 Wilson Write Draft of College Assessment of Student Learning (CASL) Nancy Deutsch (scribe)
Th Oct 28 Open Web Dialogue on CASL for campus feedback W Nov 3 Wilson How to Measure SLOs T Nov 9 Close Web Dialogue on CASL
W Nov10 Wilson Review draft and discuss Blog comments. Continue How to Measure SLOs
Th Nov 11 CASL draft to Academic Senate for discussion W Nov 17 Wilson Revise CASL draft; send to Academic Senate for Dec 9 meeting.
Continue How to Measure SLOs
W Dec 1 Wilson Continue How to Measure SLOs W Dec 8 Wilson Continue How to Measure SLOs
Finalize plans for SLO Workshops in spring
Th Dec 9 Last meeting of Academic Senate in Fall 2004 How to Measure SLOs: Types of Indicators of Effectiveness, Measuring SLOs, Examples of SLOs at other colleges,
Creating SLOs for Specific Departments, Technical Assessment Questions: Who are we measuring? (What group or cohort or all?) How often are we measuring? etc. Exact order of discussion will be determined as dialogue progresses.
You are invited to participate in the Fall 2004 Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) Dialogue Group
on Wednesdays from 3 pm to 5 pm
Tutoring BeginsTuesday, September 7th
Writing assistance is available for all CypressCollege students in the Writing Center.
English graduate students from neighboringuniversities provide tutoring.
Tutors are available Monday-Thursday from 8a.m. until 8 p.m., and Friday from 8 a.m. until 5p.m.
The tutorial service is free!
Students can sign up for an appointment in theWriting Center-H324, or call 484-7183 toschedule an appointment.
Come by the Writing Center to pick up a brochure!Check out the new OWL-Online Writing Lab at www.cypresscollege.edu/~writing
WHAT? Reception for New Managers and Newly Tenured Faculty
WHEN? Tuesday, September 7, 2004 2:30-4:00 pm
WHERE? Campus Culinary Arts Dining Room
New Managers Regina Ford, NinaDeMarkey and Jos Recinos
Newly Tenured Faculty Members VirgilAdams, Kathy Alvarez, Sarah Jones, LisaClark, Cherie Dickey, Christie Diep, Sharon
Easton, Jean England, Richard Fee, Michael Flores, Robert Grantham,David Halahmy, Elizabeth Hamman, Barbara Kashi, Kathleen McAlister,David Nussbaum, Fola Odebunmi, John Payne, Kathleen Reiland, DougSallade, Renee Ssensalo, Wendy Valencia, Amy Vega-Pritchett, Denise Voand Nancy Welliver.
Plan to attend, so mark your calendars now.
How Do We Get Information? Philosophy, Politics and the Media
3:00 - 4:15pm Humanities 131Q & A with the Co-Producer, Jim Gilliam following
Jim Gilliam is a former dot com executive turned activist filmmaker. In the wake of 9/11, Gilliam left his position as chief technology officerof high-profile startup Business.com and devoted his time to more pressing matters. Through MoveOn.org, in 2003, he hooked up withveteran filmmaker Robert Greenwald to research and help produce the groundbreaking documentary, Uncovered: The War on Iraqabout the faulty intelligence that led the U.S. to war. Bringing together the world of film, politics, and the internet, Uncovered defineda new generation of films the grassroots political documentary. Gilliam then co-produced Greenwald's next film, Outfoxed: RupertMurdoch's War on Journalism, an unprecedented look at the propaganda techniques employed by FOX News.
Sponsored by the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department
MOVIE SCREENINGMonday, September 13th
Cape League 2004 Championship Y-D Red Sox SportsPix 2004
14 August 2004
THIS WEEK IN THE CAPE LEAGUEChampionship Week
Cape League Intern Brian MacPherson
Red Sox Crowned Champions in Thrilling Finale
FALMOUTH You want drama?
All too often, lopsided games render championships anticlimactic. The result is obvious earlyin the game, and the rest of the contest serves as nothing more than a coronation for the winner.And if thats what you wanted, you had no place at Guv Fuller Field on Saturday.
But if you wanted timely hits,clutch defense and fearlesspitching, if you wanted passion inthe dugouts and in the stands, ifyou wanted arguably the greatestgame in the history of the CapeCod Baseball League, the 11-inning battle between Yarmouth-Dennis and Falmouth couldnthave been more magical.
In the end, the Red Soxemerged as champions for the firsttime in Scott Picklers tenure asfield manager. They scored fourruns in the top of the 11th inningto win the Cape Leagues longestseason-ending game sinceWareham beat Brewster in 13 innings in 1994.
To win a big game like that, and there were some crazy moments in that game, it feels greatto finally win it, said third baseman Adam Davis (Florida).
The teams traded a pair of single runs early. Falmouths Danny Perales (Southern California)hit a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the first, and Y-Ds Ryan Rohlinger (Oklahoma) scored on abalk in the top of the second. Commodore designated hitter Paul Christian (Brown) hit a solohome run in the bottom of the second, and Red Sox center fielder Ramon Glasgow (CosumnesRiver) doubled home Ben Crabtree (Ohio) in the top of the fourth.
The story early, though, was the heroic effort of Falmouth starter Jensen Lewis (Vanderbilt).Pitching on three days rest, Lewis held the Red Sox at bay for 6 1/3 innings, allowing oneearned run while striking out 12.
His biggest jam came in thethird inning, when an error allowedY-D to load the bases with justone out. But Lewis came back withsix straight strikes to the next twohitters and struck his way out of
Y-D Red Sox President Robert Mayo and General Manager Jim Martinwith the Arnold Mycock Championship Trophy 2004
What a gutty effort by JensenLewis, Pickler said. I thought hewas outstanding.
The Commodores gave Lewisplenty of support in the bottom ofthe fourth. First baseman MarkHamilton (Tulane) and shortstopChris Lewis (Stanford) eachconnected for solo home runs tocenter field, and Falmouth wentahead, 4-2.
That lead held until the top of the ninth.
Davis, Joe Anthonsen (Campbell) and Will Harris (Louisiana State) each drew walks to beginthe inning. Frank Curreri (UMass) took a ball and a strike, fouled off the next pitch, and then hit aseeing-eye ground ball up the middle and through for a game-tying two-run single.
Falmouth went quietly in the bottom of the ninth, and the game went to extra innings with thescore tied at 4.
The Commodores had their best chance to send the series to a third game in the home halfof the 10th inning. Catcher Barry Gunther (Mississippi) hit a one-out double, and Kevin Roberts(Houston) moved him to third with a ground ball to first. The Red Sox opted to intentionally walkJacob Ellsbury (Oregon State) and face Matt Antonelli (Wake Forest), but Antonelli worked a walkof his own to load the bases.
Josh Faiola (Dartmouth) induced a pop fly in the infield, but with two outs, Perales hit asinking line drive to right field with game-winning single written all over it.
Enter Jim Rapaport. The Stanford outfielder sprinted in and dove headlong for the ball, and itfound its way into his glove to end the threat.
The Red Sox finally broke through in the top of the 11th inning. Anthonsen drew his secondwalk of the game, and pinch-hitter P.J. Finigan (Southern Illinois) beat out an infield single togive Yarmouth-Dennis two critical base-runners with no outs.
Curreri, he of the clutch single in his previous at-bat, laid down a perfect sacrifice bunt toadvance Anthonsen and Finegan to third and second, respectively.
The Commodores decided to walk the hot-hitting Rohlinger to load the bases, but the firstpitch from pitcher Kyle Young (Wake Forest) sailed to the backstop and allowed Anthonsen toscore the go-ahead run.
Rohlinger then executed a textbook squeeze to score Finigan and extend the lead to tworuns. And after a single to right by Rapaport, Nick Moresi (Fresno State) stroked a long home runto left field to put the game out of reach at 8-4.
All that remained was for reliever Brett Harker (College of Charleston) who turned in thethird strong relief outing of the night from the Red Sox bullpen to close the door on theCommodores.
Faiola went as long as he could, and then Harker came in, and (Cory) VanAllen was great,Davis said. Hes been great all year.
League officials named Rohlinger, whose eighth-inning home run provided the margin ofvictory on Friday, and Faiola, who earned a win and two saves in the playoffs, co-winners of theplayoffs Most Valuable Player award.
These kids deserve this, as hard as theyve played all year, Pickler said. Finigan comes offthe bench right there and gets a big hit, Faiola closes the door, Rapaport makes a great catch. Itjust goes on and on.
You want drama?
On Saturday night at Guv Fuller Field, you got drama. - By Brian MacPherson, CCBL Intern,[email protected]
John Garner, Jr.CCBL Director of Public Relations & Broadcasting
(508) 790-0394 [email protected] Bruce hack, League Historian
Alfredo Eutemio, from the Library, is presented with a gold medal at the Accreditation Olympics during Opening Day (at top). Kaleta Brown, Fine Arts dean, leads the Parade of Notions as part of the presentation.
Kate Reid and the Jazz Ensemble preformed at Opening Day. Last semester they were at New Yorks Carnegie Hall.