By Rusty Simmons Published 10:13 pm PST, Saturday, December 8, 2018 San Diego's Jalen McDaniels (5) shoots over California's Grant Anticevich in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018, in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot) San Diego's Jalen McDaniels (5) shoots over California's Grant Anticevich in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018, in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot) Photo: Ben Margot / AP Photo: Ben Margot / AP Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 San Diego's Jalen McDaniels (5) shoots over California's Grant Anticevich in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018, in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot) San Diego's Jalen McDaniels (5) shoots over … [Read more...] about Lineup shuffle helps Cal top San Diego State
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San Diego State University is reviving a controversial “pop-up course” about impeaching President Trump. According to a report from The College Fix, San Diego State is offering a “pop-up course” about the impeaching President Trump. The course is almost identical to a course that was canceled earlier this year after community members complained about its partisan nature.The original course, which had the words “Trump” and “conviction” in its title, has been only slightly modified from its original form. The course, which is now titled “Impeachment, Removal, and Special Counsel,” is taught by John Joseph Cleary and took place over two days in October. A course description provided on San Diego State’s website reveals that the course has been modified only to remove specific mentions of President Trump. The College Fix report, however, claims that the course’s syllabus retains a specific focus on the current … [Read more...] about San Diego State Offers Trump Impeachment Course – Again
San Diego’s rapidly growing cybersecurity industry is boosting its cooperation with local colleges and universities.The goal is keeping more local graduates in the area instead of Silicon Valley.With more than 7,600 jobs, the industry has an estimated $2.37 billion impact.Facing thousands of unfilled jobs, San Diego’s rapidly growing cybersecurity industry is boosting its cooperation with local colleges and universities to keep more well-trained graduates in the area.Colleges and universities have been steadily expanding their course offerings and now produce roughly enough workers to fill local cybersecurity jobs, but as many as three-quarters of local graduates leave for Silicon Valley or the East Coast.So with help from the nonprofit Cyber Center of Excellence, industry leaders and the academic community are expanding apprenticeships, internships and recruiting efforts before students finish their coursework.“If you wait until they graduate to grab them, it’s … [Read more...] about Unfilled cybersecurity jobs in San Diego prompt more cooperation between industry, local colleges
For all its sun, sand and craft beer, San Diego has pined to be great.About 150 years ago, city father Alonzo Horton called it “Heaven on Earth.” Around 1910, merchant and philanthropist George Marston dubbed it California’s Plymouth Rock. And in 1972 Mayor Pete Wilson named San Diego “America’s Finest City” despite the Republican national convention’s relocation to Miami Beach.A couple of out-of-town academics arrived soon after that and produced a visionary plan that’s been republished, translated into Spanish and augmented by seven new essays.It’s called “Temporary Paradise?” but unlike most planning documents, this one remains as relevant today as it was in 1974.Its authors, MIT’s Kevin Lynch and UC Berkeley’s Donald Appleyard lauded San Diego’s attributes that make it a paradise — the weather, the seaside setting.But they also but pointed out its shortcomings — traffic congestion, … [Read more...] about San Diego — a ‘temporary’ paradise?
The average rent in San Diego County hit a record $1,887 a month in March, increasing 8 percent in a year, said a new report released this week.High-end apartment complexes downtown helped raise the rates substantially, especially those that opened in the last few months, according to data from San Diego-based MarketPointe Realty Advisors.Rent has increased 20 percent since March 2015 when the average monthly rent was $1,563. However, there are some indications — such as an increased vacancy rate — that the pace of rent increases could be slowing.In the last six months, average rent has increased less than 2 percent.“What we noticed was some of the older stuff pushed rents a little too much,” said Russ Valone, CEO of MarketPointe. “We saw a number of new projects where they rolled the rent back.”Vacancy rates ticked up to their highest point since 2014 in March — 4.08 percent — as the flood of high-end rentals hit the market. More than … [Read more...] about San Diego average rent up to $1,887, breaking record. Will it last?