Cadavers are a major part of education for medical students, but the dead bodies at UC San Diego aren’t just being dissected. They’re also being drawn, art class-style, as part of the university’s bid to encourage future doctors to think of people — and patients — as more than a bunch of parts. “Students notice […]
Some medical students find drawing bodies more intimate and overwhelming than dissecting them. It’s part of UCSD School of Medicine’s artist-in-residency program, which has inspired similar endeavors at med schools across the world.
It’s already hard enough to find affordable homes in San Diego. Our elected leaders should not consider a proposal that will make it harder.
Why some border agents still patrol on horseback, immigrant victims are reporting fewer domestic violence crimes and the border baby says goodbye.
Ex San Ysidro superintendent Manuel Paul received $211,000 in severance pay when he resigned in 2013, after being indicted in a corruption case, as well as $80,000 in leave pay. If all goes well for the district, Paul will pay that back, plus damages and attorney fees.
Several months ago, San Diego Unified denied that it urged struggling students to leave district-managed schools. Now, thanks to an analysis of public records, we have a fuller idea about what actually went on from 2012-2016. The documents, our Mario Koran obtained, show that hundreds of students were advised to leave. These are not expulsions. […]
Eight City Council members in the exact same situation as Councilman Chris Cate did their jobs without disclosing a confidential memo. With that, Cate’s defense utterly collapses. It wasn’t necessary.
San Diego Unified spokespeople have publicly denied that students were counseled out of district schools. But documents obtained through a California Public Records Act request show that between fall 2012 and fall 2016, school staff members recommended students find a new high school on at least 238 occasions.
San Diego, girl, you need to lose the Chargers’ number for good.
In San Diego, all roads lead to the Chargers. Therefore, fittingly, a discussion about the housing, homelessness and hepatitis A crisis in San Diego has also ended up as a discussion about the NFL team. After Nathan Fletcher and a coalition of Democrats criticized the county for offering up $150 million for a Chargers stadium […]