Survey: Tijuana, San Diego Students Lead Increasingly Binational Lives

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By Jean Guerrero

San Diego and Tijuana students frequently cross the border and have close relationships with people on the other side, according to preliminary findings from a UC San Diego study announced Thursday.

"Most of these students, they are living a truly binational life," said Peter Cowhey, dean of UC San Diego's School of Global Policy and Strategy, which partnered with the Center for U.S.-Mexico Studies to conduct the survey.

Researchers looked at 6,500 San Diego and Tijuana students surveyed to date in the cross-border region.

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