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May, 2023

  • 16 May

    Escalating Housing Costs Pose Dire Challenge for College Students in Urban Centers

    -Editorial In a disconcerting trend that has caught the attention of educators and policymakers alike, the issue of exorbitant housing prices for college students in major cities has reached critical proportions. As the academic year approaches, students are grappling with the burden of exorbitant rents and limited affordable options, exacerbating …

  • 15 May

    Annaka Penner-Smith’s Literary Passion Opens the Doors to a World of Opportunities

    -Editorial Annaka Penner-Smith, a 22-year-old writer, possesses an unwavering dedication to her craft, seamlessly transitioning from one literary project to the next upon completion. However, this fervor stems from her profound passion for an art form that allows her to express herself authentically. Annaka’s unwavering belief in her own dreams …

  • 15 May

    Discover Ensenada, the Heart of Mexican Wine: Everything You Need in One Place

    -Editorial Undoubtedly, the Mexican Wine Route in Ensenada is a must-visit destination for culinary enthusiasts and wine lovers. Hotel Coral & Marina presents itself as a comprehensive and strategically located option, just 5 minutes away from the city center and 15 minutes from Valle de Guadalupe. The hotel boasts 145 …

  • 12 May

    The Power of Self-Esteem: Unleashing the Success of Business Leaders

    By: Ellie Burgueño Unlocking the secrets to success and achieving our dreams has long fascinated individuals across the globe. But what if there was a single personality trait that could catapult a leader to the pinnacle of success? I’m talking about self-esteem, the driving force behind accomplished business leaders. The …

  • 12 May

    Global Entry enrollment upon arrival available at the Port of San Diego

    -Editorial U.S. Customs and Border Protection offers Enrollment upon Arrival at the Port of San Diego, located at the San Diego International Airport, for conditionally approved Global Entry applicants to complete their interview. Once a traveler is conditionally approved, a scheduled interview is no longer required, the traveler can complete …

  • 12 May

    Flowing Across Borders: Navigating Binational Water Disputes between Mexico and the US

    Special contribution by: Flor de Jazmin Fierro Silva, Ph.D. Candidate in Public Administration, Master’s Degree in Corporate Law, and Specialist in Business and Constitutional Law, in collaboration with Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, Corporate Attorney, Internationalist, Law Professor, Social Activist, and Philanthropist. The Growing Significance of Water Resources and Binational Cooperation …

  • 11 May

    Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence

    By: Jaime Israel Davila Gomez, Attorney. The rapid proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) tools in recent years has resulted in the generation of various forms of content, including images, texts, videos, and songs. This content is utilized and exploited by those who employ these tools, often within the context of …

  • 11 May

    San Diego’s Creative City: Shaping the Future of Arts and Culture

    -Editorial The City of San Diego is embarking on a groundbreaking initiative, creating its first-ever comprehensive cultural plan to ignite the arts and culture scene in neighborhoods across the city. This week, the city staff released a framework that will pave the way for the development of Creative City, an …

  • 10 May

    End of Title 42 Could Impact the U.S.-Mexico Border

    -Editorial With pandemic restrictions coming to an end on May 11, there is a concern that there it can create an immigration flow and chaos at the border.  Title 42 allowed the U.S. Border Patrol and U.S. Customs and Border Protection to prohibit the entry of persons who potentially pose …

  • 10 May

    Baja California and U.S. Authorities to Work on Safe Border Conditions

    -Editorial The coordination between authorities of Mexico and the United States to reinforce the security and efficiency of the border crossings was the objective of a meeting led by the governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, and the consul general of the United States in Tijuana, Thomas …