Volume XXII Number 44 ~ November 6, 1998


Front Page Stories

Bustamante First Hispanic Elected to Statewide Office In Years

By Michelle Locke

Lt. Governor-elect Cruz Bustamante

LOS ANGELES - Declaring he was ``standing on my grandparents' shoulders,'' third-generation Mexican-American Cruz Bustamante became the first Hispanic elected to statewide office this century by winning the state's No. 2 post. To continue, click on the link.



Fué Decisivo el Voto Hispano en las Elecciones de Estados Unidos

Honor Veterans On Veterans Day
By Harold L. "Butch" Miller

Veterans Day ~ November 11

Death Toll From Mitch Soars In Devastated Central America
By Ken Guggenheim

Hurricane Mitch: The Red Cross Response

Noticias de Mexico


UCLA Appoints Reynaldo F. Macías Chair of César Chávez Center for Chicana
and Chicano Studies

By Diana de Cardenas

Rudy Castruita Elected to Board of Nation's Largest Private Scholarship

Abused Immigrant Women Suffer When Health Professionals Communicate

Personalidad Internacional "Koki" Estrella del Nuevo Video en Español del OPD
Sobre Violencia Domestica

Sharp HealthCare "Salud Para Usted" Patrocina Videoconferencias en Español
Sobre Importantes Temas de Salud Para Latinos

TDA Introduces $5 Billion in U.S. Export Opportunities to U.S. Firms

UCSD, Southwestern , Sweetwater Officials Launch "UniversityLink" Educational

Ascensos, Traslados y Cesantías
Gregorio Billikopf Encina

Foundation for the Children of the Californias Announces the Release of the
Region's First Bilingual Calendar

City of Chula Vista Announces Plan to Buy Clean Power

Binational Education and Culture Committee Established

LJ Country Day to Open Campus on November 14

Duracell/NSTA Scholarship Competition

Museum of Man Symposium Promotes Collaboration Between U.S., Mexico

Community Notes:

Hispanic Radio Network/La Red Hispana
El Gran Chasco del `98

Encienda una Vela
Padre Thomas J. McSweeney, Director de The Christophers
Los Jóvenes y el Suicido



Moderation Lags in San Diego

Generation Y: Hispanic College Student of the Near Future
By Anthony P. Carnevale

Voto Latino Fué La Diferencia!

San Diego Latinos In Short Supply On Election Roles

Tezozomoc Speaks

Etc. Etc. Etc.

Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits

Peter Navarro Tells All- Or Almost All!
"San Diego Confidential: A Candidate's Odyssey"

By Daniel L. Munoz

Fabricantes de Miseria
Políticos, curas, militares, empresarios, sindicatos..

At The Movies: American History X
By Ted Anthony

Calendar of Events

By Berenice Cisneros

Aztecs Hosts Fresno State; attempt to remain tied atop WAC

Notas del Cuadrilátero

CONCACAF, Sirviendo Como el Organismo Administrativo del Fútbol

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