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Ethics

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  • Steinberg: Values remain important

    Watching the Penn State students tear up their campus in support of football coach Joe Paterno was a shocking sight this week. College is supposed to be an incubator of ethics and values. The students evinced no concern for the fact their campus...
  • Sanitary District continues effort to oust Fitzpatrick

    The Costa Mesa Sanitary District's board is continuing its effort to remove Jim Fitzpatrick from the board because of a perceived conflict of interest with his recently relinquished Planning Commission seat. Fitzpatrick dropped the planning post after...
  • Brooks: Meeting of unassuming leaders

    Last week I sat in a room full of unlikely leaders. I say unlikely because you might not recognize them as leaders if you passed them on the street. They are fairly ordinary people. They get up every morning, care for their children, go to work, play...
  • On Faith: Indeed, change itself has changed dramatically

    As I am about to retire after 35 years as senior rabbi of Temple Bat Yahm in Newport Beach, I am inclined to consider the ceaseless flow of change. Everything changes. The paths along which we come back are never the same as the paths by which we went...
  • U.S. women's water polo team finishes sweep

    U.S. women's water polo team finishes sweep
    CORONA DEL MAR — Tumua Anae is often seen as reserved, a calming influence on the United States women's water polo Olympic team. Still, do not think for a second that she isn't extremely thrilled to be representing her country in her first...
  • Matsuoka a freshman phenom for CdM

    Matsuoka a freshman phenom for CdM
    It has been nearly five years since Corona del Mar High freshman Amy Matsuoka traded the balance beam for a bucket of golf balls. Both gymnastics and golf can be sports where an inch makes a difference. Matsuoka was not seeing the results she wanted as...
  • God Squad: Non-violence, while noble, does have moral limits

    Q: I believe in the non-violent teachings of Jainism (an Indian religion that predates both Hinduism and Buddhism). We teach this song to young Jain children. It expresses the belief in "ahimsa," which means the unconditional compassion for both animals...
  • Panel calls for review of failed fairgrounds sale

    A special committee charged with independently examining the proposed sale of the Orange County Fairgrounds called for an audit, additional review of the failed deal and greater overall transparency. Among the Fair Sale Review Committee's nine principal...
  • On Theater: A nasty secret in this 'Garden'

    On Theater: A nasty secret in this 'Garden'
    As a novelist and playwright, Ira Levin refused to be categorized or pigeonholed. He could produce such rollicking comedies as "Critic's Choice" and "No Time for Sergeants" or delve into more chilling fare like "Rosemary's Baby" or "The Boys from Brazil."...
  • Papa inspirational for CdM

    Papa inspirational for CdM
    Sam Bailey pulled the book from his office desk Tuesday afternoon, looking for a specific passage. The book? "The Team Captain's Leadership Manual," by Jeff Janssen. The player who the Corona del Mar High girls' water polo coach felt the passage so...
  • Vanguard names new president

    Vanguard University has named a new president, appointing its dean of spiritual formation, Michael Beals, to fill the position that had been vacant since June. Beals will be the university's 10th president, following Carol Taylor who left the college to...
  • It's A Gray Area: Government is not the road out of poverty

    The road to success for communities struggling with poverty is generally not hard to find, or even to travel. All it requires is a firm reliance upon yourself instead of government. To drive that point home, candidly ask yourself what government has...