Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Ph.D. Student Killed in Hit and Run

Graduate Student Rachel Anne Morrison was killed on March 28 by a drunk driver running a stop sign. The driver was charged on at least four counts of felony.     A suspected drunk driver killed...

UCSD Hosts Mayoral Debate

Candidates Bob Filner and Carl DeMaio discussed their plans to create more jobs for college graduates.

Thrifty Thursday Promotes Green Shopping

This year’s first Thrifty Thursday, an event series meant to encourage sustainability on campus through thrift shopping, was held on Jan. 22 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Price Center Plaza and featured...

La Jolla Resident Creates Local Crime Prevention Company

Ron Fineman, a realtor and resident of La Jolla’s Bird Rock neighborhood, has created an anti-crime company called “La Jolla Safety, Incorporated,” citing rising crime rates in the region. According to Fineman, due to a...

SD Public Library Unveils Comic-Con Exhibit

San Diego Public Library and Comic-Con International recently announced the creation of a free public art exhibit called “The Art of Comic-Con” that promotes the awareness, creation and appreciation of comics. Located in Geisel...

City Council Passes Water Recycling Program

The San Diego City Council met on Tuesday, Nov. 18 and unanimously approved the Pure Water San Diego program — a 20-year water recycling project expected to purify up to 15 million additional gallons...

Woman Robbed, Sexually Assaulted in Apartment on Nobel Drive

San Diego police are seeking the help of the public to locate a man who robbed, beat and sexually assaulted a woman Saturday night. In a community alert email issued by the UCSD police department,...

Bomb Threat Shuts Down I-15

Cars were stuck in traffic for two hours after a motorist's brother jokingly claimed her vehicle was rigged with a bomb on Thanksgiving Day A bomb hoax between a brother and sister shut down the...

SDSU Students Protest Anti-Muslim Posters Found On-Campus

Last Wednesday, several student activist groups protested San Diego State President Elliot Hirshman’s response to posters displaying anti-Muslim sentiments posted around the school’s campus. Student leaders specifically asked Hirshman for an apology regarding an...

Imaging Technology Improves Cancer Detection

A research team from UCSD, with counterparts at UCLA, concluded that their newly-developed imaging technique is an improvement upon current prostate imaging and could significantly affect how patients with prostate cancer are treated. The...

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A.S., Students Protest at UC Regents Meeting

UC San Diego students and members of the A.S. Office of External Affairs protested outside the UC Board of Regents meeting in Oakland on...