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Student murdered days before graduating

by Ana Ceballos

January 19, 2011

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While most students were preparing for their last finals and some even preparing to graduate, a murder-suicide occurred on the morning of Dec. 10. According to the San Diego Police Department, Michel David, 22, a San Diego State journa...

Indictment for former dean and professors

by Staff

December 21, 2010

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By Hutton Marshall, Staff Writer Olga Amaral and Leslie Garrison, former professors at San Diego State's Imperial Valley campus, were recently indicted alongside former Superintendent Michael P. Klentschy after being accused of us...

Student’s missing sister: The search in Asia

by Staff

December 21, 2010

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By Miranda Adler, Staff Writer Most students returned from Thanksgiving break stuffed from holiday feasts. San Diego State student Morgan Sacco came back feeling empty. His sister, Aubrey Sacco, was last seen trekkin...

Students experience mixed feelings post study abroad

by Staff

December 21, 2010

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By Sarah Grieco, Managing Editor After seven months traveling in Asia, psychology senior Renee Payne was ready to go home. Beginning in January of this year, Payne studied abroad in Singapore — more than 8,000 miles away from California. She...

DREAM Act decision remains in limbo

by Staff

December 8, 2010

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By Holly Pablo, Staff Writer Each year, millions of students graduate from high schools in the United States. While most have the opportunity to pursue higher education or enter the labor force, not everyone has acce...

Exploring SDSU’s $350 IRA student fee

by Staff

December 7, 2010

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By Justin Cooper, Contributor Every student who attends San Diego State has to pay the Instructionally Related Activities Fee. However, not all students understand the reason behind it or what it funds. For the first time, ...

THIS WEEK IN SAN DIEGO: 12-7-10

by Staff

December 7, 2010

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TUESDAY, Dec. 7 Haiti After the Quake Location: Hepner Hall, Room 130 Time: 4 - 6:30 p.m. A presentation of the San Diego State Global Health Seminar Series, this event will feature of several lectures and a follow-up...

What’s the score?

by Staff

December 6, 2010

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By Sarah Grieco, Managing Editor Once a student is admitted to San Diego State, they may hold the assumption that the only tests they will take will be in their classes — but that isn’t the case. All SDSU students h...

ARC rules changed after alcohol incident

by Staff

December 6, 2010

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One student’s appeal led to a change in recreation rules for SDSU students By Sandy Coronilla, Contributor This Thanksgiving, San Diego State freshman Nathaniel Bennett had something extra to be thankful for: Volleyball....

Dean wins ASHA award

by Staff

December 5, 2010

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By Cythia Washington, Contributor The dean of San Diego State's College of Health and Human Services, Marilyn Newhoff, was a recipient of the most prestigious award from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. The Honors of A...

What’s the score?

by Staff

December 4, 2010

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Once a student is admitted to San Diego State, they may hold the assumption that the only tests they will take will be in their classes 8212; but that isn't the case. All SDSU students have to take the Writing Placement Assessment an...

ARC rules changed after alcohol incident

by Staff

December 4, 2010

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This Thanksgiving, San Diego State freshman Nathaniel Bennett had something extra to be thankful for: Volleyball. Toward the end of last month, the 6-foot-2, 160-pound intramural men's volleyball player received word that his ...