The Sanford Education Center Opens

The Sanford Education Center Opens

Richard Lloreda, Staff Writer

Excitement charged the air at the opening ceremony for the Sanford Education Center in La Jolla, Calif., on Sept. 18. It was the culmination of a shared effort by San Diego...  Read More »

October 27, 2014

Balboa Park Party Plan an Expensive Fiasco

Balboa Park Party Plan an Expensive Fiasco

Dallas Richter, Staff Writer

It started as a idea of grand proportions. The 100 year anniversary of the 1915 Panama California Exposition in Balboa Park. It would be a huge undertaking, but if the city...  Read More »

October 18, 2014

ENTEROVIRUS D68 – California Records its First Cases

ENTEROVIRUS D68 – California Records its First Cases

Tracie Savage, Staff Writer

While Ebola is taking top billing in the news across the nation, parents need to be aware of another life-threatening illness that has already caused suffering in nearly two...  Read More »

October 17, 2014

AIDS Update: Hope at Home, Struggles in Africa

AIDS Update: Hope at Home, Struggles in Africa

Angela Cooper-McCorkle, Editor in Chief

If Transiha Arzah did not spend her time doing peer outreach, no one but her doctor would know she had AIDS. If she did not volunteer her story, no one would know she was...  Read More »

July 3, 2014

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American Horror Story: A Scare with Style

American Horror Story: A Scare with Style

Richard Lloreda, Staff Writer

“Trick or treat,” the little girl says, more a statement than a question. It is Halloween evening in Jupiter, Fla., 1952. We see what the girl sees, and like her, it frightens...  Read More »

November 12, 2014

Save a Pumpkin, Bake a Seed: Roasted Pepitas 3 Ways

Save a Pumpkin, Bake a Seed: Roasted Pepitas 3 Ways

Now that retailers are facing countless pounds of leftover pumpkins, take advantage of fall’s bounty with these nutritious, quick snack recipes using discounted produce....  Read More »

October 31, 2014

Fall Fashion: Color for the Win

Fall Fashion: Color for the Win

Michael Kelly, Staff Writer

Don’t be afraid of color. This is one of the fail-safe ways to pull off the classic-with-a-twist look if you want to advance your style without going all the way. Adding...  Read More »

October 29, 2014

Getting Your Child into College is No Easy Task

Getting Your Child into College is No Easy Task

Tracie Savage, Staff Writer

Applications, essays, standardized tests, loans, making choices and managing expectations. There is a lot to think about. Careful, early planning is the key.   At...  Read More »

October 22, 2014

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