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Kim Villalobos (23) attempts a shot against Cal State Los Angeles on Nov. 9.

Women’s basketball win 55-51 over University of Alabama Blazers in close and highly intense game

November 25, 2021

The San Diego State Aztecs (4-1) beat the University of Alabama Blazers (3-1) 55-51 after 10 lead changes and three ties throughout the high-intensity...

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SDSUs Aztec Stadium has named the Sycuan Casino Resort as its first official partner.

Aztec Stadium partners with Sycuan Casino Resort

November 17, 2021

Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation and Sycuan Casino Resort has been named San Diego State’s Aztec Stadium’s first founding partner. The announcement...

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NBA athlete Michael Kidd-Gilchrist visited SDSU to speak about his nonprofit, Change & Impact.

NBA athlete Michael Kidd-Gilchrist advocates for speech healthcare

November 17, 2021

NBA athlete Michael Kidd-Gilchrist visited San Diego State to spread awareness about his non-profit Change & Impact Inc. and spoke with the National...

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Sophia Ramos (right) drives against two Cal State Los Angeles players in SDSUs 72-57 win.

Women’s basketball gets first win of the season with 72-57 win over Cal State Los Angeles

November 14, 2021

San Diego State women’s basketball had their first official win of the season in their home game openers against Cal State Los Angeles, defeating the...

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SDSUs rowing team would train at Mission Bay where they still have an equipment shed.

[Photo] One year later, women’s rowing still looks for answers after sudden cut

November 10, 2021

SDSU's rowing team would train at Mission Bay where they still have an equipment shed.

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Graduate student Alex Crain (21) drives against two Wyoming players (Photo Courtesy of SDSU Athletics).

Alex Crain will “take no prisoners” this season

November 3, 2021

Fourth-year guard and business graduate student, Alex Crain said she is looking to be more aggressive on the court this season, alongside San Diego State’s...

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NIGHT TEETH (2021). Jorge Lengeborg Jr. as Benny ans Deborah Ryan Papp as Blaire.

Campy and cringe ‘Night Teeth’ totally bites

October 21, 2021

Campy thriller teen movie? Vampires, again? Bella, where the hell have you been, loca? The new movie "Night Teeth" was released on Netflix on Oct. 20.  “Night...

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Adobe Creative Cloud Pro available to students and staff at no cost

Adobe Creative Cloud Pro available to students and staff at no cost

October 20, 2021

Adobe Creative Cloud Pro is now available to San Diego State students, faculty and staff with active SDSU IDs according to a university-wide email released...

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Elizabeth Bushnell is using her voice to fight for more accessibility at Blvd 63 apartments.

Grad student fights for more housing accessibility

October 20, 2021

Doing laundry, swimming in a pool and taking the shuttle to school are everyday tasks many students partake in. While these tasks are second nature to...

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SDSU has both the highest percentage of vaccinated students and the highest case count.

COVID update: the good, bad and ugly

October 13, 2021

One year ago today, San Diego State announced there had been a total of 1,157 COVID-19 cases, over 400 being on campus and 726 from students off-campus.  Since...

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Students walk past the corner of Fraternity Row located on 55th Street.

Interfraternity Council adds new positions

September 15, 2021

Fraternities and sororities have started recruitment for the year, starting with tabling, house events and tours. After a year of being completely virtual,...

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Steps to follow after testing positive for the coronavirus

September 15, 2021

As students return to campus, classes and to their social events COVID-19 cases have been on the rise. This news was expected because, although 95.2% of...

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Gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom speaking during a bus stop rally on Nov. 2 at San Diego State.

Recall election projected results

September 14, 2021

The polls for the California recall election of Governor Gavin Newsom closed at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 14. According to the New York Times, the recall...

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2021 national suicide prevention week

2021 national suicide prevention week

September 8, 2021

Anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts are common mental health issues among young adults. Moving out, attending college and establishing a career are...

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University police station located next to campus.

Police presence increases on campus in lieu of parties

August 31, 2021

San Diego State has increased law enforcement on campus due to an increase in reckless behavior. Students who participate in illegal behavior will face...

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Wellness Kiosk located on SDSU main campus.

SDSU reaches 15 COVID-19 cases, Wellness Kiosks installed

August 31, 2021

San Diego State has installed 20 vending machines in various locations throughout campus called Wellness Kiosks that dispense self-administered COVID-19...

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Teen shot near SDSU campus after weekend parties, SDPD to launch investigation

August 25, 2021

A fight in the College West area resulted in a 16-year-old being shot in the face on Saturday Aug. 21 around 11:50 p.m. Two shots were fired during...

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Electric scooter located on campus near Hepner Hall.

SDSU lifts ban on electric scooters, bikes and skateboards

August 25, 2021

After about two years San Diego State has updated the ban on micro-mobility on campus in a University Senate meeting on May 6. Bird scooters and other...

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Quarantine Hotels reported as successful

Quarantine Hotels reported as successful

August 13, 2021

The San Diego State Institute for Public Health released a review of San Diego county’s COVID-19 Hotels where it was determined they helped prevent the...

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What to expect for first in-person semester, latest COVID-19 policies

August 13, 2021

As students return for their first in-person semester after more than a year of virtual instruction, Student Health Services teams, Housing Administration...

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SDSU ha puesto rótulos de segurancia de la salud por todo el campus.

SDSU actualiza sus políticas de COVID-19 al preparar para el semestre de otoño 2021

August 13, 2021

Los estudiantes de la Universidad Estatal de San Diego regresan para su primer semestre en persona después de más de un año de instrucción virtual...

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Zura Residence Hall

Freshmen move-in checklist essentials

August 12, 2021

For students preparing to move onto campus for the first time, it can be overwhelming to remember everything you need. To make that transition easier,...

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Students disagree on new on-campus mask requirements

Students disagree on new on-campus mask requirements

July 14, 2021

San Diego State announced new COVID-19 safety guidelines for students returning to campus for the Fall 2021 semester in a university-wide email on Friday,...

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Chabad House vandalized for a second time, Rabbi Boudjnah will press charges this time

July 10, 2021

The San Diego State Chabad House was vandalized once again on June 25 around 1:40 a.m. This time, two women ripped a Jewish banner hanging on the side...

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Friends reunion special brings nostalgic memories to fans and cast

‘Friends’ reunion special brings nostalgic memories to fans and cast

July 6, 2021

“The one sentence pitch is it is about that time in your life where your friends are your family,” co-creator and executive producer of Friends, David...

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Afuera del Black Resource Center en las afueras del campus de SDSU.

Dra. Bonnie Reddick anuncia su resignación a través de Instagram

June 25, 2021

El 2 de junio, la Dra. Bonnie Reddick renunció a su puesto como Directora del Centro de Recursos Negros y como miembro de la facultad de la Universidad...

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Dr. Reddick announces resignation from SDSU via Instagram

Dr. Reddick announces resignation from SDSU via Instagram

June 14, 2021

On June 2, Dr. Bonnie Reddick resigned from her positions as the Director of the Black Resource Center and as a San Diego State faculty member. Her resignation...

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The thieves pose in a photo showing the items they stole from the Chabad House.

Rabbi gives thieves who stole from Chabad House a second chance

May 24, 2021

On April 15 at approximately 2:30 a.m., four individuals broke into the Chabad House. Two San Diego State students and one person visiting from Hawaii...

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SDSU dining will be fully operational for the 2021-22  academic year, original meal plans reinstated

SDSU dining will be fully operational for the 2021-22 academic year, original meal plans reinstated

May 5, 2021

Dining options on campus over the past year have been limited due to the circumstance brought on by COVID-19. San Diego State plans to reopen nearly all...

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Two groups marched through Downtown Tuesday evening.

Derek Chauvin found guilty, San Diego streets alive with marchers

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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(L-r) GODZILLA battles KONG in Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Legendary Pictures’ action adventure “GODZILLA VS. KONG,” a Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures release. (© 2021, Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures)

Review: “Godzilla vs. Kong: packs action that’s worth a watch

April 14, 2021

“Godzilla vs. Kong” starring Millie Bobby Brown, Julian Dennison, and Brian Tyree Henry hit open theaters and HBO Max on March 31.  This movie...

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Granada Apartments

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

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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Viejas para su función de vacunaciones el 30 de junio

[Photo] SDSU prepares to make vaccines available to students

April 14, 2021

Viejas para su función de vacunaciones el 30 de junio

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Applications for the Womens Resource Center Fellowship Program are now open

Applications for the Women’s Resource Center Fellowship Program are now open

March 31, 2021

Applications for the Women’s Resource Center Fellowship Program will be open until April 12 at 5 p.m. The WRC Fellowship Program will be a paid internship...

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San Diego State women’s basketball senior guard Téa Adams drives for a layup during the Aztecs 79-77 win over Fresno State on Feb. 20, 2021 at Viejas Arena.

Highlighted by 809 career points, Adams leaves legacy at SDSU

March 30, 2021

San Diego State women’s basketball lone senior guard Téa Adams played her final collegiate game in the Mountain West Conference Tournament on March...

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The top photo shows a fully-equipped weightroom at the NCAA men’s basketball Tournament in Indianapolis, while a poorly-accomodated exercise area (bottom) was present at the women’s NCAA Tournament in San Antonio.

Disparity between men’s and women’s basketball tournament budgets draws controversy

March 30, 2021

The NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments were unorthodox this year, as news of the dramatically different accommodations for men and women...

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Ashley Tejada and Bella Martelino, both candidates running to be A.S. President, debating on Zoom.

Candidates for A.S. President debate

March 22, 2021

Associated Students presidential candidates Bella Martelino and Ashley Tejada debated about issues that most affect the San Diego State student body on...

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A.S. vice president of university affairs candidate Jennifer Schenkenfelder

A.S. vice president of university affairs candidate Jennifer Schenkenfelder

March 22, 2021

Position: Vice President of University Affairs Name: Jennifer Schenkenfelder Year: Junior Major: Cellular and Molecular Biology, Minor in Cognitive...

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A.S. vice president of financial affairs candidate Austin Barber

A.S. vice president of financial affairs candidate Austin Barber

March 22, 2021

Position: Vice President of Financial Affairs Name: Austin Barber Year: Sophomore Major: Finance and Political Science, double minor Honors Interdisciplinary...

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[Video] 2021 AS Election Debate: Executive VP

March 20, 2021

Moderated by The Daily Aztec’s Assistant News Editor Katelynn Robinson and Social Media editor Catlan Nguyen, the two candidates for Executive Vice President...

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[Video] 2021 AS Election Debate: VP University Affairs

March 17, 2021

Moderated by The Daily Aztec’s social media editor Catlan Nguyen and assistant news editor Katelynn Robinson, the candidates for Vice President of University...

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Anti-Semitic vandalism reported at South Campus Plaza North

Anti-Semitic vandalism reported at South Campus Plaza North

March 11, 2021

San Diego State issued a statement of support for the university’s Jewish community after anti-Semitic vandalism appeared on the exterior walls of a...

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Opinion: SDSU, stop confiscating pepper spray from students

Opinion: SDSU, stop confiscating pepper spray from students

March 10, 2021

As an incoming freshman at San Diego State, I remember expecting to learn more about class registration, student organizations and my housing portal. I...

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San Diego State President Adela de la Torre walks toward guests after a flag raising ceremony in June 2018.

Adela de la Torre’s triennial review approaches

March 1, 2021

Every three years the president of a California State University is required to have their triennial review. This year it is President of San Diego State,...

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Production Night is The Daily Aztecs weekly news podcast that is pulling back the curtain on San Diego States student newsroom. Writers, editors and guests will discuss the weeks biggest stories and invite listeners into the action.

Production Night: AS election season is here and other news…

February 18, 2021

Applications for Associated Students positions closed today kicking off an election that is anything but ordinary. The entirely virtual environment presents...

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Perspective: Different police response to Capitol Riot and Black Lives Matter protests evidence of two Americas

Perspective: Different police response to Capitol Riot and Black Lives Matter protests evidence of two Americas

February 15, 2021

History was made on Jan. 6 as Trump supporters stormed the nation’s Capitol with ease.  As America watched the news unfold that fateful morning the...

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The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity

The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity

February 13, 2021

The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity is the Black History Month theme for this year. The Black Resource Center at San Diego State...

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(Top l-r) DARRELL BRITT-GIBSON as Bobby Rush, DANIEL KALUUYA as Chairman Fred Hampton and ASHTON SANDERS as Jimmy Palmer in Warner Bros. Pictures’ “JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release.

Warner Bros. Studios hosts roundtable for new film “Judas and the Black Messiah”

February 10, 2021

Fred Hampton is a name some people would not recognize, but many should. He was the Chairman of the Black Panther Party chapter stationed in Illinois and...

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Sophomore guard Isabela Hernandez faces a New Mexico defender during the Aztecs 65-48 loss to the Lobos on Feb. 5 at Viejas Arena.

Aztecs drop fifth straight in 65-48 loss to New Mexico

February 6, 2021

In an aggressive scramble for the win, San Diego State women’s basketball once again put up a fight against New Mexico but fell short, losing 65-48 on...

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Freshman center Kamaria Gipson attempts a layup over four Air Force defenders during the Aztecs 59-54 win over the Falcons on Jan. 23 at Viejas Arena.

Gipson, Staples shine in home win against Air Force

January 23, 2021

San Diego State women’s basketball secured a win against Air Force with a score of 59-54 on Jan. 22 at Viejas Arena.  The Aztecs started off slow,...

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San Diego State womens basketball will become the tenth team in the country to rep Jordan Brand.

Women’s basketball to wear Jordan Brand in 2021-22

January 21, 2021

The San Diego State women’s basketball team will don a new look in 2021-22, joining just nine other women’s programs throughout the United States. The...

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Junior guard Mercades Staples pulls up for a jumper during the Aztecs 68-60 win over Utah State on Jan. 14, 2021. Staples scored a career-high 25 points.

Staples scores career-high 24 points, Adams injured in women’s basketball win

January 15, 2021

Although San Diego State women’s basketball only led for seven minutes and 37 seconds of the game, they ended up on top with a winning score of 68-60...

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Freshman guard/forward Kim Villalobos looks to drive past the UC Irvine defense during the Aztecs 66-55 win over the Anteaters on Dec. 19, 2020 at Viejas Arena.

Women’s basketball earns first conference win of season, splits series with Nevada

January 11, 2021

San Diego State women’s basketball opened up Mountain West Conference play this past weekend, walking away with one win and one loss from a two-game...

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Trump-incited violence at US Capitol stalls Electoral College vote

Trump-incited violence at US Capitol stalls Electoral College vote

January 6, 2021

On Jan. 6, while Vice President Mike Pence presided over a joint session of Congress where newly sworn-in lawmakers gathered to certify the Electoral College...

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In-person instruction in Spring 2021 will start two weeks after students return from winter break to allow mandatory testing to occur.

Spring 2021 in-person instruction to be delayed two weeks to allow for COVID-19 testing

December 10, 2020

San Diego State will delay the start of in-person instruction in Spring 2021 for two weeks following students’ return from winter break, the university...

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Junior guard Sophia Ramos prepares to fire a 3-point shot during the Aztecs 75-71 loss to Cal Baptist on Dec. 2 at Viejas Arena. Ramos led the Scarlet and Black with xx points, including xx makes from beyond the arc.

Three observations: Women’s basketball falls to Cal Baptist, 75-71, in home opener

December 2, 2020

San Diego State women's basketball lost 75-71 to Cal Baptist in its first home game of the 2020-21 season. With the loss, the Aztecs fall to 1-2 after...

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Then-sophomore guard Sophia Ramos looks to drive to the basket while facing a USD defender during the Aztecs 70-47 loss to the Toreros on Dec. 11, 2019 at Viejas Arena.

Women’s basketball ‘excited’ to be back, looks to surprise MWC

November 24, 2020

The San Diego State women’s basketball season is here after an unusual summer.  After last year’s first round Mountain West Conference Tournament...

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ARC renovations progress; scheduled to be completed Spring 2022

ARC renovations progress; scheduled to be completed Spring 2022

November 15, 2020

The Aztec Recreation Center expansion and renovation entered phase three of construction and is scheduled to be completed in Spring 2022.  In March...

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Sophomore forward Mallory Adams jogs down the court after sinking a shot during the Aztecs’ 55-45 win over Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 17, 2019 at Viejas Arena. SDSU president Adela de la Torre (second from left sitting courtside) is seen clapping after the play.

Mallory Adams to return to action in 2020-21 following knee injury

November 13, 2020

San Diego State women's basketball sophomore forward Mallory Adams is nearing the end of recovery from an ACL injury that ended her 2019-20 season early. Adams...

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Viejas Arena was one of many super poll sites operated by the county.

SDSU hosts super poll site at Viejas Arena

November 4, 2020

Students and members of the San Diego community were invited to vote in-person at Viejas Arena located on San Diego State’s campus from Oct. 31 to Nov....

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The Daily Aztec has created this voter guide to help you navigate the 2020 California propositions.

Guía de votación para las propuestas de California

October 26, 2020

Guida traducida por Noé Sandoval y Daniel Guerrero Proposición  14  La Proposición 14 autoriza a los bonos a continuar financiando las células...

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The Daily Aztec has created this voter guide to help you navigate the 2020 California propositions.

DA Voter Guide: California Propositions

October 21, 2020

Proposition 14 Prop 14 authorizes bonds to continue funding stem cell and other medical research. It issues $5.5 billion in bonds to investors and...

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Due to the coronavirus pandemic San Diego State has transitioned to primarily online instruction using Zoom, Canvas and Blackboard.

SDSU online classes disrupted by Zoom, Canvas outage

September 28, 2020

While power outages and broken water mains have cancelled classes in the past, San Diego State faced a different type of outage, the impacts of which were...

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Sophomore guard/forward Mallory Adams dribbles near the top of the key during the Aztecs’ 55-45 win over Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 17, 2019 at Viejas Arena.

Women’s basketball reacts to NCAA announcement regarding 2020-21 season start date

September 28, 2020

After months of uncertainty, the NCAA announced Nov. 25 will be the official start date for the women and men’s basketball 2020-21 season. San Diego...

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County residents and business owners gathered at Waterfront Park in front of the county administration at the SD Means Business rally on Sept. 21

‘San Diego Means Business’ rally calls on county supervisors to defy state on reopening

September 21, 2020

A rally was held outside the San Diego County Administration building on Sept. 21 to protest a third county-wide shutdown and encourage county supervisors...

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San Diego State to test all on-campus residents, implement surveillance testing program

San Diego State to test all on-campus residents, implement surveillance testing program

September 15, 2020

All students living on-campus at San Diego State are now required to be tested for COVID-19, the university announced in a campus-wide email Sept. 15,...

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BREAKING: 120 new positive COVID-19 cases reported among SDSU students

September 4, 2020

San Diego State confirmed an additional 120 COVID-19 cases on Sept. 4 following the announcement of a declared outbreak within the community’s undergraduate...

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On Monday, SDSU reported 13 new cases of COVID-19 among students. Three of these were students living on campus at Zapotec, Villa Alvarado and South Campus Plaza North.

BREAKING: 13 new COVID-19 cases reported, including three among on-campus students

August 31, 2020

Thirteen new COVID-19 cases have been reported by San Diego State University on August 31, bringing the total case count since March to 45. For the...

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On Aug. 29, M@College Apartments notified residents of a positive COVID-19 case at the College Ave. apartment complex.

Covid-19 Update: M@college reports positive case, 3 additional off-campus cases, SDSU beefs up enforcement of health guidelines

August 30, 2020

A resident living in M@college apartments has been diagnosed with COVID-19, according to an email sent to residents on Aug. 29. Additionally, three off-campus...

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SDSU urges students to follow COVID-19 public health guidelines

August 27, 2020

San Diego State released an email reminding students to adhere by the school, county, and state safety regulations regarding COVID-19. This comes...

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IFC implements social moratorium due to COVID-19

IFC implements social moratorium due to COVID-19

August 24, 2020

The San Diego State Interfraternity Council announced the implementation of a Social Moratorium on August 21. All fraternities and sororities must abide...

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SDSU Downtown Gallery forced to close due to budgetary constraints

SDSU Downtown Gallery forced to close due to budgetary constraints

August 11, 2020

Due to budget constraints San Diego State’s Downtown Gallery, which occupied a part of San Diego’s historic Electra building since 2011, closed at...

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VP of Diversity and Inclusion, RJ Hullum

IFC selects first Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion

July 23, 2020

In the wake of continued protests against police brutality and challenges to systemic racism, San Diego State’s Interfraternity Council added a new position...

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Breaking: Police investigation into freshman death closed, no charges filed

July 2, 2020

In a campus-wide email, President Adela de la Torre announced the conclusion of San Diego State University Police Department’s six-month-long investigation...

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Racist Zoom bombing attack disrupts University Senate meeting

Racist ‘Zoom bombing’ attack disrupts University Senate meeting

June 23, 2020

As the University Senate began their first-ever Expanded Senate Executive Committee meeting on June 4 – in response to the murder of George Floyd and...

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One dead, one injured in shooting at Aztec Pacific Apartments

One dead, one injured in shooting at Aztec Pacific Apartments

May 28, 2020

One man was killed and another was severely injured during a shooting that occurred at Aztec Pacific Apartments around 7:30 p.m. on May 27, San Diego police...

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SDSU provides information about Disaster Relief for Immigrants Fund

May 24, 2020

San Diego State University announced the implementation of a state program that allows undocumented employees and students to receive COVID-19 relief funds.  California...

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group of graduates holding diploma

SDSU hosts first-ever virtual graduation

May 21, 2020

San Diego State University’s graduating class of 2020 traded Viejas Arena for their living rooms on May 16 as they took part in the university’s first-ever...

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Campus sustainability initiative passed by University Senate

May 19, 2020

New guidelines for university policies and procedures surrounding sustainability at San Diego State were approved by vote of the University Senate on May...

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SDSU students begin receiving CARES Act disbursements

SDSU students begin receiving CARES Act disbursements

May 8, 2020

Updated: Monday, May 11 at 1:30 p.m. San Diego State has confirmed the disbursement of CARES Act funding to students and released the criteria officials...

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Residence halls remain open to more than 100 students who were granted exceptions

May 5, 2020

Approximately 160 San Diego State students continue to live on-campus after students were given one day to move out of residence halls in March due to...

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Mechanical engineering professor Kevin Wood, along with master’s students Jack Lucas and Tyler Lestak, created prototypes of ventilators built with materials that can be purchased on Amazon.

SDSU professor designs ventilator prototype that could help coronavirus patients

May 4, 2020

As the fight against COVID-19 leaves hospitals and intensive care units in desperate need of medical supplies, one San Diego State professor has worked...

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University postpones lottery that determines residence hall placements for sophomores

University postpones lottery that determines residence hall placements for sophomores

April 30, 2020

San Diego State has postponed the housing lottery process that determines campus residence hall placement for students who are part of the Sophomore Success...

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Teams formed to weigh academic options for fall semester

April 29, 2020

San Diego State said plans for the Fall 2020 semester are still uncertain, but the decision is planned to be announced in the beginning of May, in a university-wide...

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El Centro de Brasil en SDSU organizó su conferencia virtual con invitados Abner Francisco Sótenos, Monique Paula, y Watufani Poe. Los invitados hablaron sobre los problemas raciales y sociales en Brasil.

Associated Students leaders petition to expand credit/no credit option to all courses

April 16, 2020

A Change.org petition called “Expand SDSU Credit/No-Credit” was started by San Diego State’s Associated Students after the university extended the...

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This is a rendering of what the new Don Powell Theater is expected to look like.

Renovations to come to Performing Arts District at SDSU

April 7, 2020

San Diego State intends to renovate and enhance the Performing Arts District on campus by renovating the Main Stage and incorporating a second stage with...

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Student who lived on campus tests positive for coronavirus, virtual resources expanding

Student who lived on campus tests positive for coronavirus, virtual resources expanding

March 31, 2020

San Diego State has announced a new SDSU community case of coronavirus, along with an expansion of its social distancing period and access to virtual student...

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Public Health program hosts webinar informing students about coronavirus pandemic

March 30, 2020

The Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health hosted a webinar on March 26 to discuss what college students need to know about the COVID-19...

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NCAA officially grants spring athletes extra year of eligibility, winter sports excluded

NCAA officially grants spring athletes extra year of eligibility, winter sports excluded

March 30, 2020

After a vote by the Division I council, the NCAA announced Monday that spring athletes will qualify for an additional year of eligibility. However,...

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Granada Apartments

Smaller roommate groups, more meal plan options among changes to Sophomore QUEST program

March 4, 2020

This semester the Office of Housing Administration implemented changes to the Sophomore QUEST program, which previously allowed for students to create...

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Students and faculty representing the Africans Charge Genocide group protest the potential ban on two guest speakers accused of anti-Semitism.

Pro-reparations group protests potential ban on campus speakers accused of anti-Semitism

February 21, 2020

On Feb. 19, students and faculty of the Africans Charge Genocide group protested the potential ban on formerly selected guest speakers Ava Muhammad and...

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The Black Resource Center hosted a Sister to Sister luncheon at Tula Community Center on  Feb. 14, where guest speaker Patrice Washington spoke to female members of the black community.

‘Sister to Sister’ luncheon provides community, fellowship for black women on campus

February 19, 2020

A Sister to Sister luncheon, hosted by the Black Resource Center, was held in the Tula Community Center on Feb. 14.   Female members of the black...

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