Education

Coronavirus has upended school plans. It will also worsen racial and economic inequalities, experts warn

Racial and economic inequities have long existed in America’s school systems, and it’s about to get worse, experts warn. With coronavirus cases still high around...

Generation Lost: UC-Berkeley’s Missing Black Graduates

In the mid-1960s, the University of California, Berkeley started its Educational Opportunity Program to target underrepresented applicants and combat this history of discrimination. Unsurprisingly,...
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Longtime Seaside resident Emma Vaughn-West passes

Emma Jean Vaughn-WestJanuary 7, 1942 – November 26, 2020Seaside, California On Thanksgiving, one of her favorite holidays, Emma Jean Vaughn-West...

The Devastating Impact of Covid-19 on Latinos on the Monterey Peninsula

The lines inside Mi Tierra Market in Seaside were bustling. A busy Friday, patrons buying staples in bulk, choice...

Keeping it Real: When Everything is on Fire

S.E. Williams | Executive Editor “The striking aspect of the Nation’s fire problem is the indifference with which Americans confront...

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