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Two groups marched through Downtown Tuesday evening.

Derek Chauvin found guilty, San Diego streets alive with marchers

by Katelynn Robinson and Brenden Tuccinardi // April 21, 2021

The streets of San Diego were filled with music, honking, and the noise of celebration today. The nation breathed a collective sigh of relief.  On...

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President Biden anticipated to recognize Armenian Genocide on April 24

President Biden anticipated to recognize Armenian Genocide on April 24

by Brandon Balayan, Staff Writer // April 21, 2021

It was April 24 in Yerevan, Armenia, and Mika Melikyan was with three of his other 7th grade classmates at the city’s Tsitsernakaberd Armenian Genocide...

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SDSU study abroad programs to remain suspended through the summer

SDSU study abroad programs to remain suspended through the summer

by Patrick Doyle, Senior Staff Writer // April 21, 2021

As COVID-19 vaccinations continue to roll out around the world with varying success, San Diego State has confirmed that all faculty-led study abroad programs...

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Students outraged over film professor's racially insensitive remarks

Students outraged over film professor’s racially insensitive remarks

by Catlan Nguyen, Social Media Editor // April 15, 2021

On April 13, San Diego State students took to social media to express their outrage over racially insensitive remarks made by film professor Robert Jordan...

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‘SDSU Now’ sweeps A.S. elections

by Jadyn Brandt, News Editor // April 14, 2021

Ashley Tejada and the rest of the SDSU Now slate swept the 2021 Associated Students elections, winning each executive board position.  The results...

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San Diego County moves to orange tier and vaccine eligibility expands

by Josh Petrofsky, Staff Writer // April 14, 2021

San Diego County moved into the orange tier of California’s COVID-19 prevention framework last Wednesday, April 7. The move comes after San Diego County...

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SDSU prepares to make vaccines available to students

SDSU prepares to make vaccines available to students

by Sara Rott, Staff Writer // April 14, 2021

It was announced that on April 15, those 16 and older in San Diego County would be eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccines.  San Diego State is providing...

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SDSU housing plans to reopen all traditional residence halls for fall 2021

by Katelynn Robinson, Assistant News Editor // April 14, 2021

In light of San Diego State’s announcement that plans to resume in-person classes for fall 2021, the housing administration has some updates as well.  Executive...

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Fall 2021 to be primarily in-person, San Diego State announces

Fall 2021 to be primarily in-person, San Diego State announces

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // April 7, 2021

San Diego State is planning to offer primarily in-person instruction in the fall and open on-campus housing to thousands of more students, university leaders...

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Olivia Puentes-Reynolds (right) and Sue Gonda (left)

‘Team in the trenches’ How two SDSU alumnae created a Women’s Hall of Fame

by Patrick Doyle, Senior Staff Writer // April 5, 2021

For decades, the San Diego County Women’s Hall of Fame has honored some of the most impactful and important women in the region’s history. Every year,...

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The A.S. Elections Committee found that SDSU Now did not violated any A.S. Elections Codes.

‘SDSU Now’ blackmail accusation tabled due to insufficient evidence

by Catlan Nguyen and Brenden Tuccinardi // April 2, 2021

The complaint alleging Associated Students President-elect Ashley Tejada and her slate, SDSU Now, blackmailed their opponent was tabled indefinitely at...

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Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres, will host San Diego State's May in-person graduation ceremonies.

In-person commencement to be held at Petco Park

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Senior Staff Writer // April 1, 2021

San Diego State is moving forward with in-person commencement plans this May. After nearly a month of speculation, the university announced that ceremonies...

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