Volume XXIII Number 01 ~ January 8, 1999

FrontPage Stories

1998 The Year That Was —

Año 1998 en Retrospectiva


La Prensa San Diego, the chronicle of the Mexican American, Latino, and Hispanic communities of the San Diego region completes 22 years of reporting the important stories that impacted on our community. It has been a labor of love and fulfillment of our deepest desires. As 1998 flowed by our senses, the staff wrote and reported on the silly, the funny, the innocent, as well as the hurtful stories that captured the essence of our daily lives.

University of California, San Diego students and faculty demonstrate against the desmantling of affirmative action.

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Davis Invokes Memory of Jerry Brown, But With A Twist
By Doug Willis

California Governor Proposes A 4 Percent Solution
By Michelle Dearmond

Cuban Government Mum, But Citizens Welcome Idea of Baseball
By John Rice

Noticias de Mexico


Exitosa Campaña Orientadora

Por Javier Sierra
Los Cuatro Pilares de mi Optimismo

UCSD Health Plan Available to Medi-Cal Beneficiaries

New California Law Requires 7th Graders to Receive Hep.B Shot

Southwestern College Students Tutor for the AmeriCorps/America Reads Program
By Elizabeth Posadas

Science Scholarships Available for Minority Students
from the American Chemical Society

Congressman Filner Announce an Opportunity to Help Women in Business

Community Notes:

Encienda una Vela
Padre Thomas J. McSweeney, Director de The Christophers
¡Feliz Milenio Nuevo!


Governor Gray Davis Ignores Mexican Americans

Etc. Etc. Etc.

Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits

Ethnic Notions
A Powerful Film That Explores Deeply Rooted Stereotypes
That Have Fueled Anti-Black Prejudice

Calendar of Events


Pay Per-View Carries Mike Tyson's Return to Boxing

NFL Playoffs de Division

San Diego Indoor Meet Back on Track January 23

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