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  • Schwarzenegger condemns 'intolerable acts of racism' at UC San Diego, other campuses

     
    A series of racial and religion controversies involving UC campuses -- including the "Compton Cookout" party and a noose found at UC San Diego -- has been met with concern by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. “I am deeply troubled by the......
  • Police investigate hood found on UC San Diego statue

     
    A Ku Klux Klan-like hood was fashioned from a pillowcase and placed on a statue outside UC San Diego’s main library, in what may be another racially provocative incident at the beach-side campus, officials said Tuesday. University police say they......
  • Working moms (and dads) are spending more time with kids

     
    Good news for working parents. A study says that, in spite of busy schedules, working parents today are spending more time with their kids than parents in the 1990s. The study also found that children are no longer widely perceived as essential for a...
  • Dance Review: Akram Khan Company's first Southern California stop

     
    Change the “M” in “home” to a “P” and you’ve got “hope.” That simple but effective bit of word play was flashed two times, for emphasis, on the electronic departure sign that served as a setting in Akram Khan Company’s......
  • E-protest: For Ricardo Dominguez, electronic civil disobedience is an art form

     
    When protesting students spilled into University of California campus courtyards this past March, Ricardo Dominguez took to the streets in his own way — digitally — leading a march to the online office of the UC president. The bespectacled associ...
  • July is the worst month to check into a teaching hospital, UCSD researchers say

     
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  • The Ebay of charity: Talents to share at AllThis.com

     
    For the sake of charity, Alex Salnik of San Jose has agreed to share his secrets, little mysteries about women that he believes could change your life. Marlaina Ward of Santa Cruz will come to your home and bless your baby. And James Grant of Saratoga...
  • San Diego woman slips in shower, falls through window

     
    A San Diego woman is recuperating after she slipped while taking a shower in her apartment, fell out a window and plunged about 15 feet to the bottom of a light shaft in the middle of the building....
  • UCF gets $1 million to promote clean energy

     
    UCF has been awarded $1.05 million by the U.S. Department of Energy to promote clean energy start-up companies through a competition that eventually will encompass the entire Southeast. UCF's MegaWatt Ventures competition is one of five projects the...
  • Huntington's director of research to retire in 2011

     
    Robert C. Ritchie, who has served for close to 19 years as the director of research at the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, will retire from his position in June 2011. The Huntington said that Ritchie will remain......
  • Why we vote on Tuesdays

     
    A caller to WGN-AM 720 this morning wanted to know why we vote on Tuesdays, of all days. Ten years ago I had the same question and wrote this column: TUESDAY MIGHT FACE TOUGH RE-ELECTION AS DAY FOR VOTING November......