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Awakened and empowered, young Americans will hold politicians accountable

Awakened and empowered, young Americans will hold politicians accountable

by Sebastian Mendoza, Contributor // November 24, 2020

The year 2020 has been but a long series of peculiarities that would leave anyone’s mouth open in disbelief. Political chaos in the United States has...

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We should focus on a few set of skills instead of many

We should focus on a few set of skills instead of many

by Aaliyah Alexander, Staff Writer // November 23, 2020

Growing up, I was always taught to focus on and invest my time in what would look good on my resume. Whether that be college or job resumes, the advice...

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Opinion: Aztec Stadium will bring school spirit back to SDSU

Opinion: Aztec Stadium will bring school spirit back to SDSU

by Willem Quigley, Contributor // November 19, 2020

Beginning in fall 2022, San Diego State will begin playing its football games at Aztec Stadium, a sleek and modern 35,000 seat facility that will be the...

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The performative nature of social media activism

The performative nature of social media activism

by Riley Martinez, Contributor // November 18, 2020

This year has been a whirlwind, but if there’s something we all have in common – aside from living in the midst of a pandemic – it’s our mutual...

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Can we have political conversations with our peers without hostility?

Can we have political conversations with our peers without hostility?

by Grace Brady, Contributor // November 17, 2020

In a country where it seems we don’t agree on much, we can all agree on one thing - the first presidential debate was ridiculously laughable. There is...

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The struggle with Zoom fatigue is real

The struggle with Zoom fatigue is real

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // November 12, 2020

For many of us, working from home or having to take part in online classes means we spend a lot of time on video meeting applications like Zoom. We are...

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Imposter syndrome is more common than you think and needs to be validated

Imposter syndrome is more common than you think and needs to be validated

by Aaliyah Alexander, Staff Writer // November 12, 2020

There are a lot of things young people in this generation deal with in increasing numbers — anxiety, depression, peer pressure and more. Although previous...

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OPINION: Trump is wrong. Voting by mail is safe.

OPINION: Trump is wrong. Voting by mail is safe.

by Catherine Van Weele, Senior Staff Writer // November 3, 2020

COVID-19 has altered nearly every facet of life as we know it, and will certainly play a major role in this year’s election. Not only will COVID-19 responses...

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OPINION: It’s important you vote to protect those who can’t

OPINION: It’s important you vote to protect those who can’t

by Gaby Jose, Contributor // November 3, 2020

The basic human rights of countless marginalized groups of people are at risk this Election Day. The 2020 Presidential Election is by far the most important...

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My experience growing up as a first generation Filipino-American

My experience growing up as a first generation Filipino-American

by Gaby Jose, Contributor // October 29, 2020

Growing up as a first-generation Filipino-American in a town with close to no other Filipinos, I became deeply estranged from my culture. My parents were...

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Opinion: Naomi Osaka's U.S. Open victory is bigger than tennis

Opinion: Naomi Osaka’s U.S. Open victory is bigger than tennis

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // October 26, 2020

Since becoming a tennis sensation, Naomi Osaka has attained a myriad of success by becoming the first Asian player to be declared world number 1 in singles,...

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Why Justin Bieber's

Why Justin Bieber’s “Believe” is his best album

by Shalika Oza, Staff Writer // October 24, 2020

In January, three friends and I decided to sign a lease for a house just next to campus. We didn't think everything would turn out as it did, however,...

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