Whenever we can complicate people’s rigid understanding of human sexuality, that is a good thing. And one way to do that is to get people to think about the fact that how we identify ourselves, which we often call our sexual orientation, doesn’t always line up neatly with our sexual activity.

Jane Ward, professor of gender and sexuality studies, examining how demonstrations of sexual fluidity can lead to acceptance

THE WASHINGTON POST

Associated storms will reach Southern California more frequently than usual, and the storms are bringing subtropical moisture (sometimes atmospheric rivers), so far at unusually high levels.

Richard Minnich, professor of earth sciences, on what to expect during the unusual rain season

THE SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE

(It took) tons and tons of effort on the part of the students...It’s an intense amount of work, which is why it hasn’t been done before.

Timothy Higham, professor of biology, on new research findings that demonstrate the snake's hunting success rate is barely 50%, and how the predator-prey relationship of snakes and mice needs further study

THE PRESS ENTERPRISE

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