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Obama and the first family will be sorely missed

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Columnist // January 18, 2017
Though a significant historical marker for the entire country, President Obama’s election was of particular importance to black families.
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Timeline: Post election at SDSU

Timeline: Post election at SDSU

by Emely Navarro, News Editor // November 16, 2016

Tuesday Nov. 8 At the Associated Students Rock the Vote viewing party students waited for the results of the election. Kim Johnson said the results...

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Parole for non-violent criminals approved

Parole for non-violent criminals approved

by Georgina Vargas, Staff Writer // 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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Global students discuss the 2016 election

Global students discuss the 2016 election

by Spencer White, Staff Writer // November 8, 2016

Leading up to the 2016 election, everyone was buzzing about the presidential campaign and propositions, but the opinions of San Diego State international...

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Millennial Trump supporters should realize what that says about them

by Sydney Sweeney, Staff Columnist // November 3, 2016
Progressives are embroiled in a battle against the return of the type of society Trump and his supporters envision, one in which everyone other than white men were worse off
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Tu voz: las elecciones del 2016

Tu voz: las elecciones del 2016

by Nancy Moeller, Escritora // November 2, 2016

¡Las elecciones se acercan y el semestre va que vuela! Ser un estudiante en SDSU es estupendo, pero lo es más cuando nos involucramos en la política...

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Measure G an important step in holding police accountable

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Columnist // October 19, 2016

Who polices the police? In many cases, no one. Currently, the San Diego Police Department is responsible for investigating themselves. There is...

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Rock the Vote urges student registration

Rock the Vote urges student registration

by Jocelyn Moran, Staff Writer // October 19, 2016

Since fewer than 20 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds voted in the 2012 election, San Diego State Associated Students and political groups on campus are rallying...

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Republicans doomed unless attitude towards women changes

by Talia Raoufpur, Contributor // October 19, 2016

This campaign season has been corrupt, unprofessional and downright annoying. Both the Democratic and Republican nominees are among the most disliked in...

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Prop 58 important for multilingual learners

by Andrea López-Villafaña, Assistant Mundo Editor // October 19, 2016

In November, voters will decide on Proposition 58, the “English Proficiency and Multilingual Education Initiative.” If passed, it would give California...

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Trump takes a drink during the first 2016 presidential debate.

San Diego State College Democrats and Republicans evaluate presidential nominees

by Will Fritz, Senior Staff Writer // October 7, 2016

Ahead of election day on Tuesday, Nov. 8, the political positions of members of the San Diego State University College Republicans and College Democrats...

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Trump takes a drink during the first 2016 presidential debate.

Trump sniffles, stumbles against Clinton in first debate

by Julianna McDowell, Staff Columnist // October 5, 2016

Chock full of interruptions, fact-check-worthy sound bytes, laughter, verbal assaults and sniffles, the first 2016 presidential debate between Democratic...

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