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Cuyamaca College To Launch Associate's Degree In Kumeyaay Studies

Cuyamaca College To Launch Associate's Degree In Kumeyaay Studies

July 28
By City News Service

Cuyamaca College plans to launch an associate's degree program in Kumeyaay studies this fall and become one of the first community colleges in the state to offer a degree program focusing on the language, culture and history of a specific Native American group.

San Diego Unified School Board Approves Creation Of Anti-Islamophob...

San Diego Unified School Board Approves Creation Of Anti-Islamophobia Plan

July 27
By City News Service

Superintendent Cindy Marten has been directed to produce a report this fall offering solutions on how to reduce bullying of Muslim students.

California Colleges To Post Sex Assault Policies

California Colleges To Post Sex Assault Policies

July 25
By Associated Press

Public and private colleges and universities in California must post their sexual harassment policies online and provide copies to all students and faculty under a new law.

San Diego Philanthropist Conrad Prebys Dies

San Diego Philanthropist Conrad Prebys Dies

July 25
By City News Service, Brooke Ruth

San Diego philanthropist Conrad Prebys, whose donations have supported major projects in San Diego, has died of cancer.

San Diego Judge Not Inclined To Dismiss Trump University Suit

San Diego Judge Not Inclined To Dismiss Trump University Suit

July 22
By Associated Press

U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel did not elaborate on his thinking during a lengthy hearing Friday in San Diego. The suit is one of three against the now-defunct Trump University.

U.S. Citizen From San Diego Reportedly Detained In Iran

U.S. Citizen From San Diego Reportedly Detained In Iran

July 22
By Associated Press

Friends and family of Robin Shahini are worried that he has been detained while visiting relatives in his native Iran. He left Iran in 1998 and has lived in San Diego for 16 years.

Working Grad Students Ask California State University For Higher Pay

Working Grad Students Ask California State University For Higher Pay

July 22
By Megan Burks

Graduate students who teach classes at San Diego State, Cal State San Marcos and other California State University campuses make as little as $500 a month.

Students Pledge $1M To UC San Diego Free Clinic

Students Pledge $1M To UC San Diego Free Clinic

July 21
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

The UC San Diego Student-Run Free Clinic Project has reached a financial milestone: Its medical students, who treat indigent patients across the city, have promised to donate $1 million to continue the clinic’s work.

San Diego Congressmen Propose Bill To Close Visa Loopholes

San Diego Congressmen Propose Bill To Close Visa Loopholes

July 20
By Alison St John

Republican Rep. Darrell Issa and Democratic Rep. Scott Peters have introduced a bipartisan bill that would close loopholes in the H-1B visa program.

California Teacher Pension Fund Grew 1.4% Last Year

California Teacher Pension Fund Grew 1.4% Last Year

July 19
By Associated Press

The figure falls short of the 7.5 percent target for the California State Teachers' Retirement System.