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Being undocumented at San Diego State University

Being undocumented at San Diego State University

October 26, 2016

Several universities in the California State University and the University of California system have stated their commitment to supporting undocumented...

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Mock Trial Team prepares for competition

Mock Trial Team prepares for competition

October 5, 2016

The San Diego State Mock Trial Team gives Aztecs a glimpse into the legal profession while presenting court cases in front of judges. The Mock Trial Team...

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On-campus passport office now open

On-campus passport office now open

April 7, 2016

San Diego State students, faculty and staff looking to obtain their passport can look no further than the new passport acceptance facility located next...

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SDSU students attend International Womens Day March and Rally in LA

SDSU students attend International Women’s Day March and Rally in LA

March 14, 2016

Several San Diego State students and faculty attended the International Women’s Day March and Rally in Los Angeles on March 6, through the sponsorship...

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SDSU study suggests minimum wage increase may also increase welfare use, unemployment

SDSU study suggests minimum wage increase may also increase welfare use, unemployment

March 4, 2016

California’s minimum wage increased to $10 per hour on the start of the new year, which also extended to San Diego State student workers this semester....

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Zahn Innovation Center gets new name, becomes a Launchpad for new ideas

Zahn Innovation Center gets new name, becomes a Launchpad for new ideas

January 27, 2016

The Zahn Innovation Center, an on-campus incubator for aspiring entrepreneurs, was renamed this semester as the Zahn Innovation Platform (ZIP) Launchpad....

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SDSU faculty and students demand more from its Hispanic-Serving Institution

SDSU faculty and students demand more from its Hispanic-Serving Institution

January 20, 2016

The U.S. Department of Education last year released provisional data that reported Latino students at universities have increased by more than 20 percent...

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Homecoming court goes gender-neutral

Homecoming court goes gender-neutral

November 10, 2015

San Diego State will not recognize a homecoming king or queen this year. Instead, the honorees will be referred to as “royals,” a gender-neutral term. During...

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Task force responds to on-campus homelessness and food insecurities

Task force responds to on-campus homelessness and food insecurities

November 4, 2015

Food insecurity, homelessness and economic crisis have been prevalent topics of discussion on the San Diego State campus. A family experiences food...

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Zahn Challenge allows alumni submissions for the first time

Zahn Challenge allows alumni submissions for the first time

October 28, 2015

Applications for the Zahn Innovation Center’s annual competition closed this week. This time around, alumni were allowed to apply to the Zahn Challenge,...

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New site allows students to share notes

New site allows students to share notes

September 30, 2015

The company StudyMode has created a shareable portal where students can upload and access class notes from various courses. The system is in its early...

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$12.5 million added to research funds

$12.5 million added to research funds

September 23, 2015

San Diego State researchers saw an increase in funding of $12.5 million in the most recent fiscal year. That’s a total of $120.6 million, up from...

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Graduate students top charts

Graduate students top charts

September 2, 2015

The class of San Diego State graduate students starting fall 2015 is among the most academically accomplished in SDSU history. This year SDSU received...

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California court makes CSU pay

California court makes CSU pay

August 26, 2015

The California Supreme Court ruled earlier this month that the California State University Board of Trustees inadequately approved a San Diego State expansion...

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SDSU astronomers discover new planet

SDSU astronomers discover new planet

August 24, 2015

At the 29th International Astronomical Union General Assembly on August 14, San Diego State astronomy professors William Welsh and Jerome Orosz announced...

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Photo courtesy of Gamma Rho Lambda

Get involved: Gamma Rho Lambda

September 25, 2014

San Diego State is home to many sororities and fraternities that have established years of tradition and culture on campus. Gamma Rho Lambda is the...

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Success Fee to fund student programs

September 18, 2014

Aztecs have the opportunity to make use of $300,000 funded through the Student Success Fee this year by submitting a grant proposal by Sept. 24. The...

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Then and now: Famous Aztec graduates

Then and now: Famous Aztec graduates

August 25, 2014

Kevin Faulconer San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer graduated from San Diego State in 1990. During his time at SDSU, he served as president of Associated...

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