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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...

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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...

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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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SDSU suspends all spring break, summer study abroad programs to prevent coronavirus spread

SDSU suspends all spring break, summer study abroad programs to prevent coronavirus spread

by Bella Ross, Editor in Chief March 9, 2020

San Diego State has chosen to suspend all spring break and summer study abroad programs in an effort to reduce student exposure to the coronavirus, according to a campus-wide email sent by President Adela...

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Faculty advised they may have to teach online, students demand online courses amid coronavirus fears

Faculty advised they may have to teach online, students demand online courses amid coronavirus fears

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Staff Writer March 8, 2020

San Diego State officials have warned faculty they may have to teach classes online only in light of coronavirus concerns, an option students seem increasingly interested in. An online petition started...

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University Senate votes to waive study abroad graduation requirement amid coronavirus outbreak

by Kaitlyn Little, News Editor March 4, 2020

The San Diego State University Senate approved a waiver for the international experience requirement, which requires students to study abroad, due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to a university-wide...

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SDSU suspende el Programa de Estudios Internacionales en Corea del Sur para proteger a sus estudiantes del coronavirus

SDSU suspende el Programa de Estudios Internacionales en Corea del Sur para proteger a sus estudiantes del coronavirus

by Jadyn Brandt, Escritora March 4, 2020

La Universidad Estatal de San Diego (SDSU) ha decidido cancelar los Programas de Estudio Internacional en Corea del Sur durante el semestre de primavera debido al brote de coronavirus, según un correo...

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San Diego State suspends study abroad programs in Italy

San Diego State suspends study abroad programs in Italy

by Jadyn Brandt, Staff Writer March 2, 2020

Last month, San Diego State decided to suspend all study abroad programs in China and South Korea due to the coronavirus outbreak. Now, students studying abroad in Italy are also having their programs...

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SDSU study abroad programs cut short in South Korea in response to coronavirus

SDSU study abroad programs cut short in South Korea in response to coronavirus

by Kaitlyn Little, News Editor February 27, 2020

San Diego State has decided to cancel the study abroad programs in South Korea for the spring semester due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to a Feb. 27 campus-wide email.  The decision to bring...

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SDSU students studying abroad in Asia face uncertainty following coronavirus outbreak

SDSU students studying abroad in Asia face uncertainty following coronavirus outbreak

by Brenden Tuccinardi, International Correspondent February 19, 2020

SINGAPORE – As the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus continue to rise globally, San Diego State has been quick to address the concerns of students, faculty and staff locally.  Yet the university...

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