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The University Senate did not listen to the cries of students who strongly opposed eliminating the traditional Spring Break.

Editorial: How can students be expected to listen to a university that refuses to listen to them?

by The Editorial Board // December 2, 2020

Maybe we’re just naive. Or, maybe we just wish San Diego State would do the right thing by students for once. But the decision made at the University...

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Letter from the editor: A lot has changed, but we’re still here

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // September 15, 2020

There are so many reminders of the old normal that have made living in the new normal even harder. Up until a week before the start of the semester,...

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Students and administration have a dual responsibility to safeguard public health. Both have failed in recent days, but together we can turn things around.

Editorial: This pandemic is killing people and derailing lives but by all means party on, Aztecs

by The Editorial Board // September 1, 2020

There are a lot expletives we could use to describe the current situation the San Diego State community now finds itself in, but we think you can figure...

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Editorial: Black Lives Matter and our actions need to support that

Editorial: Black Lives Matter and our actions need to support that

by The Editorial Board // June 17, 2020

George Floyd said, “I can’t breathe,” and those tasked with protecting him did not listen. Similarly, the Black community’s cries of anguish,...

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Editorial: Student death shows IFC fraternities are unsafe and need to change

Editorial: Student death shows IFC fraternities are unsafe and need to change

by The Editorial Board // November 13, 2019

There is nothing that saddens us more in the newsroom than having to report on the death of one of our own. In our time at San Diego State, we practice...

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Editorial: Yet again, we find ourselves faced with evil

by The Editorial Board // May 1, 2019

Once again, hate has found its way into our backyard. Just before 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 27, while many San Diego State students were studying,...

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Editorial: de la Torre's $162,000 inauguration was excessive

Editorial: de la Torre’s $162,000 inauguration was excessive

by The Editorial Board // April 17, 2019

We had such great hope when it was first announced Adela de la Torre would be our university’s next president. We knew her Hispanic, working-class...

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2019 A.S. election endorsements

by The Editorial Board // March 27, 2019

President: Christian Onwuka Executive Vice President: Christian Holt Vice President of Financial Affairs: NONE Vice President of External Relations:...

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Editorial: Today, we stand with the black community

by The Editorial Board // March 6, 2019

On Feb. 27, we published our Black History issue. Three days later, on March 2, Rillo Moons was visiting San Diego State’s campus and happened to be...

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Editorial: Journalism layoffs put democracy in danger

by The Editorial Board // January 30, 2019

The fourth estate, once again, is at stake. This last week was extremely disappointing and discouraging for journalists in the United States. Around...

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Editorial: Greeks need to get it together

by The Editorial Board // November 28, 2018

Greek life at San Diego State is in a crisis. In November 2017, Phi Kappa Theta, which counted A.S. President Chris Thomas among its members, was kicked...

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Editorial: Vote ‘yes’ on Measure G and ‘no’ on Measure E

by Editorial Board // October 31, 2018

In 1955, the city of San Diego gave the University of California system a more-than-2,000-acre site in La Jolla overlooking the Pacific Ocean.That site...

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