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Suspension Rate for African American Students in California Alarming

By Kimetha Hill Staff Writer The school to prison pipeline is very real for African American students. According to NAACP Criminal Justice branch, African Americans constitute...

Breaking the Line Author Samuel Freedman Graces San Diego and Continues to Enlighten Others...

By TJ Dunnivant Staff Writer Only a small community of writers knows about the “Symposiums by the Sea” at Point Loma Nazarene University, and yet the...

Project Ready

By JoAnn Fields Staff Writer San Diego, CA: A special presentation was offered by collaborators in the Urban League of San Diego County’s Project Ready initiative...

Grossmont College Highlights Financial Aid Awareness

News Release EL CAJON, CA – With the March 2 Cal Grant deadline for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) looming, Grossmont College’s...

Who’s the Iron Chef?

By Yolanda Melton Staff Writer San Diego’s Teen Iron Chef Competition set off its ninth year on the right foot as five phenomenal high school teams...

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