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Campus panel that suspended student over alleged sexual assault deemed 'unfair' by judge

@Chemical_Viking @AsheSchow Because police is not good enough. They want their own Justice System with sparkles and unicorns.

— victorymonk (@victorymonk) July 14, 2015

Campus sexual assault has long been a smoldering topic, but it was Rolling Stone’s publication of Sabrina Rubin Erdely’s sensational and since-debunked “A Rape on Campus” that poured on the gasoline.

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Enroll now in my summer session course

Enrollment is now open for my Summer Session 2 short story writing course, LTWR 106: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Irrealism. I’ve posted a description and link to UCSD’s Summer Session enrollment page on my website.

Continuing to Do What She Loves, Plastic Surgeon Jessica Collins, MD, Chooses Enova LED Headlight For Her Own Practice

In August 2013, when Shedding Light first interviewed Dr. Jessica Collins, she was in a Fellowship in Pediatric Craniofacial Surgery with the University of California in San Diego and she had recently donated her time and skill with Operation Smile in Brazil. 1,271 more words

Enova Illumination

Multiple Pathways Progressing To Alzheimer's Disease

by University of California – San Diego

The amyloid cascade hypothesis of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) posits that sticky aggregations or plaques of amyloid-beta peptides accumulate over time in the brain, triggering a series of events that ultimately result in the full-blown neurodegenerative disorder. 491 more words

Breaking News

Friendships, Possibilities, and Beauty in the Rainbow Nation

-Stephanie Klees, West Coast Public Affairs

Meet George, a UCSD alumnus and Peace Corps volunteer teaching math and science in South Africa. If his story inspires you and you’d like to learn… 582 more words


LTWL 116 Final Instructions

  • Papers can be turned in to my office until 4:30 pm Tuesday. If you arrive Tuesday and miss me, slip the paper under the door. If you arrive the next day, you might find me in; otherwise, you’ll need to take the paper to the Literature Department office at the other end of the hall.
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