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Cal State Fullerton Employee Killed In Campus Stabbing

Aug. 19
By Associated Press

The victim, who was not immediately identified, was in his late 50s and worked in international student admissions at the sprawling campus in Orange County, police said.

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California Bill Updates Transgender Students' School Records

Aug. 16
By Associated Press

The measure they sent to Gov. Gavin Newsom is intended to particularly help transgender graduates or those who identify themselves as having no gender, said Democratic Assemblyman David Chiu of San Francisco.

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A Draft Of California's Ethnic Studies Curriculum Stirs Controversy

Aug. 14
By Jade Hindmon, Marissa Cabrera

Public comment for a draft of the state's ethnic studies curriculum proposal ends Thursday. Meanwhile, state lawmakers are debating whether to make ethnic studies a high school graduation requirement.

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A UCSD Whistleblower Alleges Problems With University’s Human Research Protections Program

Aug. 14
By Brad Racino / inewsource, Jill Castellano / inewsource

A UCSD whistleblower claims the research university is putting thousands of research subjects at risk each year because it’s not following basic rules and values money over safety.

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CSU Defends Reserves Following Critical State Audit

Aug. 13
Adam Beam / Associated Press

California State University Chancellor Timothy White told a panel of state lawmakers on Monday that the more than $1.5 billion in discretionary reserves identified by Auditor Elaine Howle is "anything but discretionary." He said the university had to store the money, which is spread out across the system's 23 schools, so it could give students advances on financial aid, pay for construction projects and act as a cushion in case of a recession.

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SDSU Put Students, Faculty In Harm’s Way When Construction Project Went Awry, Records Show

Aug. 13
Bella Ross / inewsource

Faced with a deadline to finish $2.5 million in renovations to a San Diego State University building or risk losing most of the funds, campus officials made a series of decisions that threatened the health of students, faculty and staff.

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UCSD Extension Tests New Way To Pay For School

July 30
By Anica Colbert

The pilot program for Income Share Agreements is an alternative way to help students finance college.

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IdeaLab Delivers Cutting-Edge Technology To Teens In Logan Heights

July 29
By John Carroll

New teen IdeaLab brings sound recording booths, 3D printers, state-of-the-art computers and virtual reality games to teens in Logan Heights.

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UCSD Study Explores Link Between Genetics And PTSD In Vets

July 29
By Shalina Chatlani

Researchers around the country, including UC San Diego, have been looking at DNA from more than 100,000 veterans.

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1 Killed, 4 Injured At Construction Site On UCSD's Campus

July 25
By City News Service

The men were helping build a mixed-use project called North Torrey Pines Living and Learning Neighborhood near Mandler Hall at the La Jolla-area campus when a rebar wall frame collapsed onto them shortly before 8:30 a.m., according to university officials and the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department.

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