Emotional support dogs are not allowed on campus, but service dogs are, and even though many students may think they are the same thing, they are not. A service dog is trained to perform a function, or do a job, that his or her owner can’t perform on their own due to a physical, intellectual or emotional disability. These dogs may, of course, provide emotional support and comfort, but they are specifically trained to provide assistance beyond soothing benefits. Service dogs receive more legal protections than emotional support dogs and are allowed in just about any and every public space, whereas emotional support dogs do not enjoy the same widespread access. An emotion support … [Read more...] about Emotional Support Dogs Different Than Service Dogs?
By Robin Alcantara |Staff Writer| The European Space Agency (ESA) accomplished a historical landing of a probe on a comet moving at 83,885 miles per hour on Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014. “This is the first time humans have landed something on a comet,” stated Dr. Laura Woodney in an e-mail, CSUSB physics and chemistry of comets associate professor. “This is an amazing feat of engineering.” The Rosetta-Philae mission was launched on March 2, 2004 from a European spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana. Rosetta chased Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko for 10 years before releasing the probe, Philae, for a seven hour drop to the surface of the comet. Philae is designed to drill the surface of … [Read more...] about Space agency lands probe on comet