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Masako Katsura How to bend over a table

There are some disciplines in which women are just not supposed to be successful: mowing the lawn, picking up cabinets, grilling kebabs, taking out dumpsters, beating up other people,...

Opinion: SDSU’s Disastrous Response to Rape Allegation Only Magnifies the Story

Iconic Hepner Hall at San Diego State University. Photo by Chris Jennewein ...

Opinion: Imagination Library Will Foster Literacy and Learning for California’s Children

Toni Atkins’ mom’s library card from Roanoke Valley, VA. Growing...

Opinion: Community Solar and Storage Can Help California Meet Growing Energy Demand

Community solar in Colorado. Courtesy Department of Energy San Diego...

Power Warnings Issued as Southern California Bakes Under Heat Wave

High temperatures forecast for Wednesday across Southern Calfornia. Courtesy National Weather Service ...

Opinion: SDSU’s Disastrous Response to Rape Allegation Only Magnifies the Story

Iconic Hepner Hall at San Diego State University. Photo by Chris Jennewein For a university that repeatedly claims they have...

Opinion: Community Solar and Storage Can Help California Meet Growing Energy Demand

Community solar in Colorado. Courtesy Department of Energy San Diego is at an energy crossroads. Electricity rates are sky-high, and...

Opinion: Imagination Library Will Foster Literacy and Learning for California’s Children

Toni Atkins’ mom’s library card from Roanoke Valley, VA. Growing up, my family was always reading. From as early as...

Opinion: There’s a Small Chance California Could Help Democrats Keep House Majority

Republican Rep. Michelle Steel canvasses for voters in Buena Park before the primary. Photo by Bing Guan for CalMatters Political...

Opinion: A Family’s Dedication to Service Supports Affordable Senior Housing in San Diego

The Harris Family Senior Residence in City Heights nears completion. The housing affordability crisis in San Diego County makes America’s...

Opinion: CPUC’s Insistence on Fiber Broadband Will Leave California with Internet ‘Deserts’

Internet users at a coffee shop. Photo via Pixabay High speed Internet has become the 21st century’s version of the...

Opinion: Our Unwarranted Expectations About Others Are Making Us Miserable

Unwarranted expectations lead to resentment and hostility. Photo illustration via Pixabay Navigating life when the predominant culture demands your unending...

Opinion: Gov. Newsom’s Veto of ‘Drug Den’ Bill Hints at Presidential Ambition

Gov. Gavin Newsom gives his State of the State address in Sacramento on March 8. Photo by Miguel Gutierrez Jr. / CalMatters ...

Opinion: San Diego Building Sector Sees Downturn, But There’s Reason for Optimism

A Webcor construction crew at work on a project. Courtesy of the company Evidence is mounting that the San Diego...

Opinion: Investing in Black Businesses Will Help Grow San Diego’s Economy

Small business owner. Photo courtesy Small Business Administration Over the past few years, Black entrepreneurs in San Diego have demonstrated...

Opinion: Where Are California’s Wealthy Residents Fleeing? Low-Tax Resort Areas

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is the top destination for wealthy residents leaving San Francisco. Photo via Pixabay After 170 years of...

Opinion: A Student Learns the Value — and Joy — of Fostering an Orphaned Pet

A rescued beagle at the Helen Woodward Animal Center. Photo courtesy of the center This summer, two weeks before school...

Opinion: California Temporarily Dodged a Bullet on Colorado River Water Cutbacks

An aerial view of Lake Powell, where water levels have declined dramatically to lows not seen since it was filled in the 1960s....

Opinion: Hefty Raises Show CSU Values Administrators Over Faculty and Students

The California State University system’s office of the chancellor in Long Beach. Photo via Wikimedia Commons The semester is about...

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