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Tease photo for MiraCosta College Opens Vets Business Training Center

MiraCosta College Opens Vets Business Training Center

July 5
By Alison St John

MiraCosta College in Carlsbad opened a new center to help veterans start their own businesses on Tuesday.

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Study Finds People Of Color Less Likely To Be Involved In Politics

July 4
By Claire Trageser

People of color in California are less likely to contact public officials, attend political meetings and support campaigns, according to a new report from UC Riverside.

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For STEM Teachers, School's In Session This Summer At San Diego State

June 30
By Megan Burks

San Diego State's College of Engineering is helping teachers from throughout the country strengthen their science, technology, engineering and math — or STEM — lessons.

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San Diego Schools Serving Military Families In Tierrasanta To Get Upgrades

June 30
By City News Service

Thanks to a Department of Defense grant, 30 aging portable classrooms at Hancock and Miller elementary schools will be replaced. The project will also fund better air conditioning, new sidewalks and other improvements.

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Lawmakers Want To Make Rape Survivor's Letter Required Reading

June 29
By Megan Burks

Two San Diego congressional members want to ensure all college freshmen read a letter written by a woman who was raped by a Stanford University student in 2015.

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Power Outage Forces Grossmont College To Cancel Classes

June 29
By City News Service

The outage was caused by crews who were working on a 12-kilovolt electrical line along the campus perimeter road, according to school officials.

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UC San Diego Reports Topping List Of Highest Percentage Of Women STEM Grads

June 29
By City News Service

A study found that 32.7 percent of UCSD's 2013 graduates completed degrees in science, technology, engineering or mathematics — three times the national average.

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UC San Diego Brings Together North Korean And U.S. Diplomats

June 29
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

North Korea last week said it successfully launched an intermediate-range high-altitude missile, and for the first time, the U.S. did not immediately dismiss the test as a failure. But while North Korea was showing off its military progress, its nuclear diplomat was meeting with the U.S. and others at a forum organized by UC San Diego.

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San Diego Unified Board Approves $1.4B Budget

June 29
By City News Service

The budget included more money for visual arts, performing arts, music lessons, instruments and band uniforms.

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Universities, Programs For The Poor Get Small Boost In California Budget

June 27
By Associated Press

Gov. Jerry Brown signed the $122.5 billion state budget on Monday that uses a slice of California's revenue surplus to help the poor and universities but keeps other new ongoing spending commitments to a minimum.