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SDSU Students Protest Over Fraternities And Sexual Assault

Dec. 8
By Angela Carone
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Student activists on the campus of San Diego State will lead a protest march demanding that administrators address the issue of sexual assaults in campus Greek life.

Power Restored To SDSU Campus

Dec. 8
By KPBS News
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Part of the west end of San Diego State University was hit with a power outage on Monday morning. SDSU police say a "transformer exploded" in Parking Structure 4.

Rolling Stone's Journalistic Missteps Cause Fallout For Victims Of Sexual Assault

Dec. 8
Midday Edition
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Rolling Stone has backed away from its exposé on a sexual assault at the University of Virginia. The Washington Post is re-reporting the story and has found several discrepancies. The debacle has left many questions in its wake: How should news organizations verify allegations made by sexual assault victims? And what kind of fallout will there be for victims of sexual assault who want to come forward?

Grossmont College, Point Loma Nazarene Team Up To Offer 4-Year Nursing Degree

Dec. 5
By Dwane Brown, City News Service
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Nursing students at Grossmont College will be able to take classes at the El Cajon campus for four years and graduate with a degree from Point Loma Nazarene University under a deal the schools announced Friday.

San Diego Unified, YMCA Want To Put Swimming Pools At Schools

Dec. 5
By Matthew Bowler
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The idea grew out of an effort that started in 2009 to have the YMCA help build an aquatics center at Pacific Beach Middle School.

Grossmont College To Offer Bachelor's Degrees In Nursing

Dec. 4
By City News Service
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A separate state pilot program will allow community colleges to offer four-year degrees in selected academic areas.

Fire Causes $300,000 Damage To SDSU Maintenance Building

Dec. 4
City News Service
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Crews knocked down a fire on the San Diego State campus early today but not before the blaze caused an estimated $300,000 in damage to a maintenance building and scaffolding and construction materials, authorities said.

City College Students Walk Out To Protest Ferguson Decision

Dec. 2
By Megan Burks
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About 200 City College students walked out of classes Tuesday. They gathered beneath gray skies to honor slain Ferguson, Missouri, teen Michael Brown.

California Senate Democrats Propose Alternative To Tuition Hikes

Dec. 2
By City News Service
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The plan includes an incentive for California State University students to get their degrees in four years.

Poll: Californians Oppose Higher Taxes, Tuition To Pay For Colleges

Dec. 2
Associated Press
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The Public Policy Institute of California survey released Monday says 59 percent believe the higher education system is underfunded.