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Kaitlin Brooks

Contributor through May 2012

Kaitlin Brooks recently graduated with her Master's degree in communication from San Diego State University.

In her free time, she enjoys watching documentaries with her cyclist husband and old sheltie dog. She enjoys writing, being outdoors, having good conversations and creating things with her hands. Kaitlin is passionate about social justice issues, creating awareness, and participating in San Diego events.

She is extremely excited about being a part of the KPBS team.

Recent Stories

Transit Complaints To Get Public Airing Saturday

City Heights residents frustrated over transit service, cost.

SDSU Bicycle Advocacy Group Remembers Fallen Cyclist

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A SDSU bicycle advocacy group commemorated a fallen cyclist with a ghost bike.

Merck Contributes To A La Jolla Nonprofit

Pharmaceutical giant Merck announced today that it will be teaming up with a local La Jolla Institute to fund biomedical research.

Forging A Sustainable Future At San Diego State University

San Diego State University is hosting a 2-day event on sustainability this weekend.

Death Penalty Opponents Submit Signatures For Ballot Measure

There’s a good chance California voters will be asked to decide the future of the death penalty this November. A group hoping to replace execution with life in prison said it has enough signatures to get the issue on the ballot.

Janitors March Through Downtown San Diego As The 99%

Hundreds of union janitors marched through the streets of downtown San Diego today as part of a statewide protest against their low wages.

Foundation Joins With Athletes To Promote Organ Donation

A San Diego foundation is partnering with athletes to launch a new campaign to create awareness about organ donations.

Digital Bookmobile Stops In San Diego

The Digital Bookmobile made its final San Diego pit stop today at the Serra Mesa/Kearny Mesa Library.

SDSU Student Copes With Sudden Blindness

Imagine being an average 19-year-old - going to college, participating in a fraternity, enjoying sports - and then losing your eyesight suddenly, and without warning.

Geezer Bandit Strikes Again

Some call him a hero - a modern day John Dillinger - while others criticize him. But whatever you think of him the bank robber dubbed the “Geezer Bandit” has struck again.

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