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Ex-San Ysidro Superintendents Received Hefty Payouts For ...

Ex-San Ysidro Superintendents Received Hefty Payouts For Vacation And Leave Days

Feb. 9
By Leo Castañeda / inewsource

Two former top administrators in the San Ysidro School District cashed out nearly $178,000 in vacation and leave days during the approximately two years they worked there, according to payroll records obtained by inewsource. The amount of vacation days appears to be far more than either could have earned.

Cal State San Marcos To Offer Bachelor's In Software Engi...

Cal State San Marcos To Offer Bachelor's In Software Engineering

Feb. 8
By City News Service

Cal State San Marcos announced Thursday the creation of an engineering program thanks to more than $1.5 million in donations from local companies and their employees.

UC San Diego Conference Aims To 'Rethink The War On Drugs'

UC San Diego Conference Aims To 'Rethink The War On Drugs'

Feb. 8
By Brooke Ruth, Tom Fudge

Drugs have claimed hundreds of thousands of lives on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border in the last decade.

Appeals Court Upholds $25 Million Trump University Settle...

Appeals Court Upholds $25 Million Trump University Settlement

Feb. 6
By City News Service

A $25 million settlement approved by a federal judge in San Diego between Trump University and former students who claim they were bilked by the real-estate program was upheld by an appeals court Tuesday.

San Diego State Might Tap Taxpayer Funds To Expand Into M...

San Diego State Might Tap Taxpayer Funds To Expand Into Mission Valley

Feb. 6
By Erik Anderson

San Diego State University’s vision to reshape part of Mission Valley into an auxiliary campus is being touted as a $3 billion plan that will not use taxpayer dollars. But the prohibition on public funding is not an ironclad directive.

San Diego LGBT Community Center To Host Transgender Legal...

San Diego LGBT Community Center To Host Transgender Legal Clinic

Feb. 5
By Andrew Bowen

Law students from the University of San Diego are starting a free legal clinic Tuesday to help transgender people change their names and gender markers on official documents.

Cajon Valley, Poway, San Dieguito To Do Away With At-Larg...

Cajon Valley, Poway, San Dieguito To Do Away With At-Large School Board Elections

Feb. 5
By Megan Burks

One by one, San Diego County school districts are changing how they elect board members, to avoid being sued under the California Voting Rights Act.

High School Students In Chula Vista Get Lesson On Farm Sa...

High School Students In Chula Vista Get Lesson On Farm Sanctuaries

Jan. 31
By Jade Hindmon

Students at Olympian High School are changing the way they look at what's on their plates in a leadership initiative focusing on advocacy for animals.

San Diego State University Selects First Woman To Serve A...

San Diego State University Selects First Woman To Serve As President

Jan. 31
By City News Service, Megan Burks

Adela de la Torre, a nationally known voice on Latino and Chicano health issues, was named Wednesday as the next president — and first woman to permanently lead San Diego State University in its 121-year history.

Tutoring Nonprofit Looking For Help To Give Refugee Stude...

Tutoring Nonprofit Looking For Help To Give Refugee Students A Boost

Jan. 31
By Tarryn Mento

A local nonprofit in San Diego's City Heights neighborhood runs an after-school program to bridge that learning gap, but the group said it also needs help.