Felony charges with hate crime allegations were filed Monday against a year-old transient accused of attacking two gay men at random in Palm Springs. Joshua Wade Johnson pleaded not guilty this afternoon to two counts of assault causing great bodily injury and one count each of felony battery and elder abuse. Each of the charges also carries a sentence enhancement alleging the acts were hate crimes. He was arrested Thursday afternoon after being held for police by one of his alleged victims and a witness, Palm Springs police Lt.
Johnston Center for Integrative Studies
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The Johnston Center focuses on interdisciplinary education, in which students design the curriculum for their personal program of study. The program emphasizes cross-cultural learning, typically requiring the student to study abroad for at least a semester, and also emphasizes the importance of community interaction in its on-campus residential housing. Students have the ability to re-negotiate the content of courses they take; and to create courses. They write a self-evaluation at the end of each class and receive written evaluations rather than grades. Guided by the example of the Claremont College Consortium , in planning started for an experimental college attached to the University of Redlands. The intention was to develop a like consortium of colleges that would strengthen the reputation and resources of all member institutions. James Graham Johnston, of IBM , made the founding grant, and three new buildings were constructed exclusively for Johnston.
Transient Arrested for Attacking Gay Men in Palm Springs
A transient was behind bars Friday for allegedly attacking gay men at random last week outside of businesses in Palm Springs. Joshua Wade Johnson, 30, was arrested Thursday afternoon after being captured by an alleged victim and a witness, moments after an attempted attack, police Lt. Mike Kovaleff said. In the first suspected attack, police were called about p.