Andres Luna, 19, looks at a primate skeleton display at the Museum of Man in 2013 at Balboa Park in San Diego. Luna was there on assignment with his anthropology class at San Diego Mesa Community College, which will now offer four-year degrees in health information management.
Andres Luna, 19, looks at a primate skeleton display at the Museum of Man in 2013 at Balboa Park in San Diego. Luna was there on assignment with his anthropology class at San Diego Mesa Community College, which will now offer four-year degrees in health information management. J. Katarzyna Woronowicz Special to The Bee
Andres Luna, 19, looks at a primate skeleton display at the Museum of Man in 2013 at Balboa Park in San Diego. Luna was there on assignment with his anthropology class at San Diego Mesa Community College, which will now offer four-year degrees in health information management. J. Katarzyna Woronowicz Special to The Bee
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December 07, 2015 03:37 PM

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