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SDSU Greeks Suspend Social Events Following Sexual Assault Concerns

Nov. 25
By David Wagner
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Fraternities at San Diego State University are suspending social activities and requiring all members to undergo sexual violence training, following a weekend that highlighted concerns about the Greek system's role in sexual assault on campus.

San Ysidro High School Student Has Tested Positive For Meningitis

Nov. 25
By City News Service
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The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency says a male student at San Ysidro High School has tested positive for meningococcal disease and might have exposed others.

Activists Tell SDSU To Suspend Fraternities Over Sexual Assault Concerns

Nov. 24
By David Wagner
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San Diego State University students marching to raise awareness about campus sexual assault say they were taunted by men at two fraternities.

Man Admits To Killing Estranged Wife At San Diego City College

Nov. 24
By City News Service
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Armando Gabriel Perez, 41, who was acting as his own attorney, faces life in prison in the Oct. 12, 2010, slaying of Diana Gonzalez. Opening statements in his trial were scheduled for Monday morning.

San Diego University Raising Money To Help Human Trafficking Survivors Get A College Education

Nov. 24
Midday Edition
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Point Loma Nazarene University's Center for Justice and Reconciliation is raising a first-of-its-kind $40,000 college scholarship for survivors of human trafficking. It's just one way the university is trying to abolish the sex-trade industry.

SDSU Police Investigate A Kidnapping Attempt, A Sexual Assault

Nov. 23
By City News Service
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A kidnapping attempt and a sexual assault case were investigated by campus police at San Diego State University Sunday, but police made no link between the two incidents.

Arrest Made In Torrey Pines High School Threat

Nov. 21
By KPBS , City News Service

A 17-year-old was arrested in connection with threats that led to the lockdown of Torrey Pines High School. Police are still exploring if there is a connection between the Torrey Pines threat and the threat made later Thursday at Canyon Crest Academy.

Native American Film Festival Brings Cultural Dialogue To North County

Nov. 21
By Alison St John
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The second annual Native American Film Festival brings more than 20 Indian documentaries and short films to North County. It runs from Thursday through Saturday.

Online Shooting Threats Prompt Lockdowns At 2 Carmel Valley Schools

Nov. 20
By City News Service
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The first threat occurred Thursday morning at Torrey Pines High School, and the second happened in the afternoon at Canyon Crest Academy.

UC Approves Tuition Increases

Nov. 20
By City News Service and Lisa Leff / Associated Press
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The Board of Regents voted on Thursday to adopt the tuition increases proposed by UC President Janet Napolitano and opposed by Gov. Jerry Brown.

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