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Lawyers Teach San Diego Students What To Do If Stopped By Police

May 20
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The Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association, a San Diego County African-American bar association, has started a series of presentations on how to handle police-youth interactions.

San Diego's Crawford High School Pilots Halal School Lunches

May 20
By Megan Burks
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Crawford High School in City Heights has been piloting a new lunch menu to reach out to its Muslim students. Once a week, students can pick up a special halal meal.

Police Looking For Man Who Groped UCSD Student

May 20
By City News Service
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The victim told police the suspect approached her from behind and groped her as she ran in the vicinity of La Jolla Village and La Jolla Scenic drives around 10 p.m. Tuesday.

Path Santee School District Took To Expensive Capital Appreciation Bond

May 20
Madison Hopkins / inewsource
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The Santee School District issued one of the most expensive bonds in the state. inewsource constructed a timeline of events that shows how pressure was brought to bear and how decisions were made in Santee

Agencies Boost San Ysidro School District Bond Ratings

May 20
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource
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The upgraded bond ratings could save the San Ysidro School District residents tens of millions of dollars.

Training Tijuana Cops To Avoid HIV Infections From Needle-Sticks

May 19
By Kenny Goldberg
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Tijuana police practices put officers at high risk for needle-stick injuries that can lead to HIV infections. UC San Diego is coordinating the special training to make it safer for officers as they encounter IV drug users.

Century-Old Bell Installed At Future Home Of San Diego School

May 18
By Matthew Bowler
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The Urban Discovery Academy will move its school to 14th and F streets in downtown San Diego in September. The school accepted a $30,000 bell on Monday.

Mexican Students Fight Graffiti In Crime-Plagued Community

May 18
By Jean Guerrero
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Students beautified a graffiti-covered wall in Tecolote, a town on the outskirts of Tijuana that has been plagued by violence and other crime.

CSU San Marcos Class of 2015 Reflects Campus' Effort To Help Underserved

May 15
By Matthew Bowler
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Most members of Cal State San Marcos' class of 2015 beat the odds getting their degrees. The majority in caps and gowns are first-generation college students.

Tuition At UC Campuses To Remain Steady Under Proposed Budget Revisions

May 14
By City News Service
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Tuition at UC San Diego and other University of California campuses across the state would remain steady through the 2016-17 academic year under proposed budget revisions released Thursday by Gov. Jerry Brown.

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