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  • Local math whiz kid medals at world competition

    Local math whiz kid medals at world competition
    LA JOLLA, Calif. - A math-loving La Jolla teen excelled at a mathematical competition in China and brought home a bronze medal. La Jolla High School junior Sarah Herrmann, 15, received a bronze medal at the two-day China Girls Mathematical Olympiad in...
  • Day care costs rival college tuition

    Day care costs rival college tuition
    SAN DIEGO - When it comes to child care, some parents might want to set up a college fund to pay for it. A new report from the National Association of Child Care Resources & Referral Agencies shows the average annual cost to put a kid in a child care...
  • 3 hospitalized after fall from scaffolding

    3 hospitalized after fall from scaffolding
    SAN DIEGO -Construction workers were injured when they fell from scaffolding in La Jolla Monday, rescuers said. Rescue crews transported two people with minor injuries to UCSD Medical Center and one to Scripps La Jolla Hospital around 4 p.m., San Diego...
  • Students fight to keep UCSD landmark open

    Students fight to keep UCSD landmark open
    SAN DIEGO -- A group of UCSD students is fighting to keep an eccentric landmark open. "It's that one last place at UCSD that sort of exudes that college atmosphere," said Alex Peterson, UCSD student. "It sort of represents the revolutionary, liberal,...
  • Donated liver saves 2 in first-of-its-kind surgery

    Donated liver saves 2 in first-of-its-kind surgery
    SAN DIEGO - Two men’s lives were saved from one donated liver after doctors at UCSD Medical Center performed a first-of-its-kind surgical procedure in June, hospital officials announced Wednesday. According to UCSD Health Sciences, the donated...
  • Paul Alfred Wollam

    Paul Alfred Wollam
    Paul Alfred Wollam     April 11, 1958-September 15, 2011 It is with great sadness that the family of Paul Wollam announces that he passed away on September 15, 2011. Paul, loving father of three, died late Thursday after a brief battle with brain cancer....
  • Taking dietary supplements? It may be too much

    Taking dietary supplements? It may be too much
    (Reuters) - People who take dietary supplements to boost their intake of minerals may actually be getting too much of a good thing -- and even risk serious problems. According to a study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, people who...
  • College Roundup: Lions upset Firebirds

    WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Vanguard def. Fresno Pacific FRESNO — The No. 22-ranked Lions upset the No. 6 Firebirds, 25-20, 25-16, 29-27, behind 16 kills and a .354 hitting perentage by KaUwila Lavea in the Golden State Athletic Conference clash Saturday....
  • Study: Men are funnier than women

    Study: Men are funnier than women
    LA JOLLA, Calif. - Did you hear the one about the psychology study that proved men were funnier than women? No joke, it was released by the University of California at San Diego Thursday. The study included a pair of experiments that determined men...
  • Savage Love: Power Play

    Savage Love:  Power Play
    My boyfriend and I are in college and doing the long-distance thing until June 2013. Over the years, he's granted me increasing amounts of freedom to be intimate with women — I'm female, and date women while we're apart — but I still don't...
  • College Roundup: UCI beats UC San Diego

    MEN'S WATER POLO UC Irvine 15, UC San Diego 11 IRVINE — Seniors Sam Figueroa and Max Parrague scored three goals on senior night to lift the Anteaters in a nonconference game Wednesday at UCI. Sophomore Mitch Wise also scored three goals for...