Information is power – especially when it comes to knowing what we’re putting in our bodies. Yet food industry giants appear hell-bent on keeping that knowledge out of reach. And the government agencies responsible for regulating the industry remain unable to enforce the kinds of protections we need.
President Barack Obama revealed his budget proposal for the 2013 fiscal year on Monday.
Last Tuesday’s San Diego City Council meeting proved to be a critical moment in shaping the future of this city.
When times are tough it’s easy to point to a distant individual or group of decision-makers — preferably mysterious and bureaucratic — as a deserving scapegoat.
Disposable plastic water bottles are probably the stupidest product ever to give birth to a multi-billion dollar industry.
Shamu and the gang have become a revered symbol of America’s finest city — at least according to Ron Burgundy — not to mention one of San Diego’s biggest tourist draws.
This Thursday, San Diego State will participate in the Great California ShakeOut earthquake drill.
Students were greeted by a few changes to the highways and byways throughout campus upon returning for the new semester. The beautifully repainted permanent bike lane on Campanile Walkway is a long-awaited triumph.
I’ve heard quite a few complaints from smokers regarding San Diego State’s new, strikingly titled “Smoking in Designated Areas Policy,” which went into effect August 22.
Earlier this month, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law that mandates the inclusion of the LGBT community contributions in social sciences curricula.
Why writer, Randy Wilde, thinks reusing wastewater as drinking water is a good idea.
Have you ever wondered where your trash goes after your bins are magically emptied each week? Well, after it is picked up by either the San Diego Environmental Services Department or a private hauling company, it’s brought to San Diego’s only functioning landfill: Miramar Landfill.