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Womens Resource Center hosts immigrant and refugee panel

Women’s Resource Center hosts immigrant and refugee panel

April 6, 2017

With recent changes in immigration and refugee legislation in the U.S., San Diego State students and community members attended a panel discussion about...

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SDSU aerospace program ranked on top

SDSU aerospace program ranked on top

April 5, 2017

San Diego State’s aerospace engineering and education graduate programs are among the top programs in the U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of...

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Sanskriti Association hosts Holi festival

Sanskriti Association hosts Holi festival

March 22, 2017

The Sanskriti Association of Indian Students at San Diego State celebrated the annual Holi festival Saturday at the Language Academy Elementary School...

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SDSU in running for ‘recycling champion’

SDSU in running for ‘recycling champion’

March 8, 2017

This story was updated April 27 at 8:25 p.m. San Diego State is participating in the eight-week annual recycling competition, RecyleMania, for a chance...

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SDSU alumni featured on ABCs Shark Tank

SDSU alumni featured on ABC’s ‘Shark Tank’

February 28, 2017

Two SDSU alums were on the ABC show Shark Tank Friday Feb. 24 for their beach towel company, and accepted a deal from InfoSec Entrepreneur Robert Herjavec. Herjavec...

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New prep program aids future educators

January 18, 2017

San Diego State is being awarded close to $750,000 in grants to expand its education program and create a four-year teacher preparation program. SDSU...

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Research opportunities expand for SDSU psychology department

December 14, 2016

Faculty and students in San Diego State’s psychology department were recognized for their research, advising and presentations this year. Georg Matt,...

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Data shows increase in six-year graduation rates

Data shows increase in six-year graduation rates

November 30, 2016

As reported by the Analytic Studies and Institutional Research, about 74 percent of San Diego State freshmen graduate in six years or less and 85 percent...

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Parole for non-violent criminals approved

Parole for non-violent criminals approved

November 9, 2016

Proposition 57 is an effort for California to decrease the overpopulation in prisons by allowing judges and prison officials to have more authority than...

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Health services encourages vaccinations as a result of mumps on campus

November 1, 2016

The contagious virus of mumps was found among San Diego State students living off campus, as reported by  Student Health Services. Student Health Services...

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Sanskriti celebrates Dandiya at San Diego State

Sanskriti celebrates Dandiya at San Diego State

October 19, 2016

The Association of Indian Students at San Diego State University, Sanskriti hosted the second largest Indian cultural event at SDSU, Dandiya, to celebrate...

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SDSU students continue to study abroad in South America despite Zika threat

SDSU students continue to study abroad in South America despite Zika threat

October 12, 2016

The mosquito-borne Zika virus is an emerging health threat that is spreading globally. With no vaccine or treatment for the virus, San Diego State students...

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Hacking Club exposes SDSU Wi-Fi security

Hacking Club exposes SDSU Wi-Fi security

October 5, 2016

Using difficult, random passwords is becoming more necessary and by now everyone knows that using “1234567” is no longer safe. The San Diego State...

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