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The library will temporarily close on Monday, March 16, so SDSU librarians and staff can prepare for campus changes due to the coronavirus.

SDSU moves all labs to virtual platform, library closes temporarily

by Kaitlyn Little, News Editor March 15, 2020

San Diego State has decided to shift all classes to a virtual platform, including labs, as well as temporarily closing the library, according to a university-wide email sent out March 15. The email...

BREAKING: University confirms case of coronavirus in study abroad student, campus risk remains low

BREAKING: University confirms case of coronavirus in study abroad student, campus risk remains low

by Michael Cline, Assistant News Editor March 13, 2020

San Diego State has announced a student who had studied abroad in Italy has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a campus-wide email sent late Friday evening. It is the the first known community...

San Diego State baseball players look towards the field from the dugout during the Aztecs' 4-1 win over Iowa on Feb. 21, 2020 at Tony Gwynn Stadium.

New NCAA rule grants Aztec baseball players another year of eligibility

by Daniel Guerrero, Senior Staff Writer March 13, 2020

Eligibility relief will be provided by the NCAA for spring student-athletes who had their season canceled as part of precautions taken amid the outbreak of the coronavirus, the NCAA announced Friday. “Council...

PSFA Dean Peggy Shannon answered questions from faculty and staff on March 11 and March 12 pertaining to the decision for SDSU to go online-only.

PSFA holds open forum for faculty, staff to discuss updates as SDSU goes virtual

by Kaitlyn Little and Jeanette Giovanniello March 13, 2020

In light of San Diego State moving classes to a virtual platform after this week, the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts held open forums with faculty and staff on March 11 and 12.  PSFA...

The crew pulled together the opening night and matinee performance for the last theater show.

For the Skull and Dagger Society, the show must go on

by Catlan Nguyen, Staff Writer March 13, 2020

San Diego State’s Skull and Dagger Society put on the last Professional Studies of Fine Arts production of the semester as all other plays, concerts and dance recitals have been canceled due to coronavirus...

Then-junior forward Matt Mitchell holds up a piece of the net after the Aztecs defeated New Mexico 82-59 on Feb. 11, claiming the Mountain West regular-season title at Viejas Arena.

NCAA cancels tournament, school suspends spring sports

by Daniel Guerrero, Kyle Betz, Jason Freund, and Aaron Tolentino March 12, 2020

All Mountain West Conference spring sports have been suspended in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference announced in a statement Thursday morning. "The Board (of Directors) has determined the...

SDSU to go online-only starting Friday, cancels most events until April 8

SDSU to go online-only starting Friday, cancels most events until April 8

by Bella Ross, Editor in Chief March 12, 2020

Effective Friday, March 13, all face-to-face instruction aside from lab classes will be halted to prevent the spread of coronavirus, superseding an announcement from earlier this week that said virtual...

Aztecs assistant coach David Velasquez (middle) puts his head down in disappointment during the Aztecs' 59-56 loss to Utah State on March 11 at the Thomas and Mack Center.

Aztecs will play first NCAA tournament game without fans due to coronavirus

by Cristian Alvarez, Senior Staff Writer March 11, 2020

The NCAA has announced it will limit future attendance of sporting events in light of the COVID-19 outbreak. NCAA President Mark Emmert released a statement today via a press release regarding the coronavirus...

Head coach Brian Dutcher throws his hands up during the Aztecs’ 59-56 loss against Utah State at Thomas and Mack Center on March 7.

3 things to look out for heading into NCAA Tournament: Coronavirus, extended rest and Nathan Mensah

by Luis Lopez, Staff Writer March 11, 2020

San Diego State men’s basketball didn’t walk away with a Mountain West Conference tournament trophy after losing to Utah State 66-63 in the final last Saturday. Although the win gave Utah State...

SDSU realizará clases virtuales después de Spring Break

SDSU realizará clases virtuales después de Spring Break

by Alejandra Luna y Diane López March 10, 2020

Luego de los diversos casos de epidemia del coronavirus (COVID-19) que se han presentado en la región, la Universidad Estatal de San Diego (SDSU) ha tomando medidas preventivas para proteger la salud...

All SDSU courses will move to virtual platform after spring break

All SDSU courses will move to virtual platform after spring break

by Michael Cline, Assistant News Editor March 10, 2020

San Diego State will require all in-person courses to transition to a virtual platform immediately following spring break, according to a campus-wide email sent by President Adela de la Torre. "Immediately...

PSFA pushing classes to virtual platforms, rest of university preparing to follow suit

by Kaitlyn Little and Charlie Vargas March 10, 2020

The College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts is shifting most courses to virtual platforms beginning today, according to an email sent to students. Although, the rest of the university has been slower...

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