Friday, June 23, 2017

Groups Survey Poorly Lit Areas on Campus

In an effort to reduce crime and sexual assault while also cutting power consumption at night at UCSD, several student and faculty groups are currently working to improve lighting on campus and are conducting...

Triton Food Pantry Raises Funds for Healthy Food

UCSD’s Triton Food Pantry met and exceeded its goal of raising $7500 last week as part of its new effort to provide healthier options to students. The organization created a Crowdsurf page, UCSD’s crowdfunding...

Briefs

▶ San Diego Chargers Win: The San Diego Chargers will advance to the AFC semifinals after taking down the Cincinnati Bengals 27–10 on the road, Jan. 5. The Bolts capitalized on four Bengal turnovers...

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...

2/17 Briefs

UCSD Ranked Fifth For Research and Development Expenditure The National Science Foundation ranked UCSD as the fifth best university in the nation for research and development expenditures for fiscal 2013 with $1,075,554,000 in total expenditures. UCSD...

Local Artist Retouches Murals at Che Cafe

San Diego muralist Mario Torero returned to help touch up several of his previously painted murals at the Che Cafe facility on April 16. Students and local community members also joined the event and...

Local Nonprofit To Hold “American Idol”-Style Singing Contest

Students enrolled at San Diego County colleges and universities have a new opportunity to showcase vocal talent through Campus SuperStar, an American Idol-type singing competition with celebrity judges whose finalists will have the chance...

City Council May Revoke Minimum Wage Hike

If Councilmembers favor the bill, the future of the wage will depend upon the votes of San Diego residents. The San Diego City Council is slated to vote on Monday, Oct. 20 on whether to...

Mexico-Based Health Frontiers Internship Extended to UCSD Undergraduate Students for Summer 2014

UCSD-operated free health clinic in Tijuana offers summer internship to students of all majors and an internship to students in the global health minor during the academic year. The UCSD-operated free health clinic, Health Frontiers...

Court Grants UCSD Motion to Dismiss Koala Injunction

UCSD and A.S. Council won a temporary legal victory on Tuesday in the ongoing lawsuit filed against them by the ACLU on behalf of the satirical student publication, the Koala, for deciding to defund...

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