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Dr. Lori Bennett has been the president of Clovis Community College for the last six years.
It’s the third week of the academic workers strike at UC San Diego, and students are feeling it. Then, the eruption of Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano has shut down a research project that’s measured carbon dioxide in the air since 1958. And, earlier this year San Diego passed a new law that would tighten regulations on street vendors throughout the city. Enforcement of these new rules, however, hasn’t been consistent. Next, a new book by a local scholar on China looks at what changes in that country mean for the rest of the world. And, the U.S. Department of Education is asking local school systems to better meet the needs of military children with disabilities. Finally, pandemic grief inspires new composition premiering at the La Jolla Symphony this weekend.
The U.S. Department of Education is asking local school systems to better meet the needs of military children with disabilities. In other news, San Diego police are going to start enforcing the city’s street vending law in some areas this weekend. Plus, the city of San Diego’s electric street sweeper officially has a name.
University of California postdoctoral scholars and academic researchers have reached a tentative labor deal that union officials said Tuesday includes higher wages and cost-of-living increases, but they won't yet return to work in solidarity with some 36,000 graduate student workers who remain on strike. Striking students continued to picket at...