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CSUSB English professor Jason Magabo Perez to share ‘The Miseducation of the Mostless’ at MiraCosta (Oceanside)Sept. 30, 2017

Jason Magabo Perez, an assistant professor of English and creative writing at CSUSB, will perform “The Miseducation of the Mostless” Oct. 12 at MiraCosta College as part of the Oceanside campus’ celebration of Pilipinx American Heritage Month.

Perez employs poetry, essay and documentary film to relay stories and sympathies full of familial and historical trauma through a cast of widely divergent figures that include personalities such as Perez’s own mother — a Filipina migrant nurse, who in 1976 was framed by the FBI for murder. Perez is from Oceanside.

Although known nationwide as Filipino American History Month or Filipino American Heritage Month, organizers at MiraCosta College reason that “Pilipinx” is, in fact, more accurate, as the “f” sound is not native to the Philippines. The “x” replaces the letter “o” at the end of “Pilipinx” to embrace inclusivity.

The complete article may be read at “Pilipinx American Heritage Month celebrated at MiraCosta College.”

CSUSB professor Kelly Campbell writes about ‘3 signs you’re in a bad relationship’Psychology TodayOct. 2, 2017

Kelly Campbell, an associate professor of psychology at California State University, San Bernardino and a nationally known expert on relationships, wrote in an article for the magazine's website: 'One of the most difficult things to admit is that a relationship that started out great and with so much promise has turned into something bad. When we enter a relationship, we’re wearing rose-colored glasses, focusing on all our partner’s good qualities and ignoring their faults.'

Campbell offers three signs that might signal it may be time to end a relationship.

The complete article may be read at “3 signs you’re in a bad relationship.”

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