John P. Gamboa
Originally from a suburb of Sacramento, John came to San Diego State in 2005 where he has since been a student. As a double major in journalism and geography, John enjoys writing, research, procuring useless information, traveling and following the latest tech trends. After studying for a semester in the city-state of Singapore in spring 2009, John has since returned to SDSU to finish his last semester as an undergraduate.
Portugal cut drug deaths by 80%, using free health care and addiction treatment. The U.S., meanwhile, focused on drug busts and tough crime laws. Overdose deaths keep rising catastrophically.
The improv and comedy organization that famously shuns New York City has just opened in Brooklyn — with a 200-seat mainstage, a 60-seat second stage, classrooms and a restaurant.
Illinois has a chance to enshrine its long history of corruption.
In the 80% of Ukraine that remains in Kyiv's hands, two years of full-scale war with Russia have brought grief, destruction and, despite all, optimism.
Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is struggling in her home state's Republican primary polls, but residents say she has broad support in her hometown of Bamberg.
- Migrants left on San Diego streets after Welcome Center closure
- San Diego communities prepare for CBP drop-offs after Migrant Welcome Center closure
- N.Y.'s crusading attorney general wins again with NRA verdict, Trump judgment
- San Diego Unified students take the Aspen Challenge to solve society's problems
- Local 'Tamale Guy' comic to launch at Vista’s inaugural Chicano Arts Festival