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President Ashley Tejada pulls from Peruvian roots as student leader

by Jayne Yutig , Assistant Multimedia Editor // October 13, 2021

Associated Students President Ashley Tejada is the ninth woman to represent over 33,000 students that make up the San Diego State student body since 1921....

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The Food Pantry is available to students and community members on the second floor of the student union.

On-campus Food Pantry combats hunger disparities

by Lucelis Martinez, Staff Writer // October 6, 2021

According to the official page, the Food Pantry is located in the North-East landing on the second floor of the Aztec Student Union and is open on Wednesdays,...

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Students Return To SDSU Campus For The First Time Since 2020

by Jadyn Brandt and Jayne Yutig // August 31, 2021

Students attending San Diego State return to campus for in-person classes and events after more than a year of virtual learning.

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University Senate resolution will create new SDSU mascot

University Senate resolution will create new SDSU mascot

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // May 4, 2021

On Tuesday, May 4, the San Diego State University Senate passed a resolution urging SDSU President Adela de la Torre and the administration to begin the...

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Straight allies should do more to advocate for LGBTQ+ students on campus

Straight allies should do more to advocate for LGBTQ+ students on campus

by Alexa Oslowski, Photo Editor // April 28, 2021

It’s no secret that 2021 is set to become the worst year for legislative attacks against LGBTQ+ people.  Viral videos have circulated of trans elementary...

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Social media star Bretman Rock featured at influencer spotlight event

by Aleah Jarin, Senior Staff Writer // March 10, 2021

San Diego State welcomed 22-year-old social media beauty guru and YouTuber Bretman “DaBaddest” Rock at the Aztec Student Union Board's first-ever influencer...

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Aztec Adventures encourages student wellness with virtual hiking competition

by Kayla Brown, Staff Writer // March 8, 2021

With COVID-19 keeping students cooped up inside, there is a significant need to get outdoors. San Diego State’s Aztec Adventures is hosting a second...

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Credit/No Credit option extended indefinitely for duration of pandemic

Credit/No Credit option extended indefinitely for duration of pandemic

by Catlan Nguyen, Social Media Editor // February 11, 2021

The decision to extend the credit/no credit policy indefinitely during the pandemic was approved at the San Diego State Academic Senate meeting on Feb....

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Op-Ed: Shared governance is not alive and well at San Diego State

Op-Ed: Shared governance is not ‘alive and well’ at San Diego State

by Robson Winter, Contributor // February 2, 2021

There is a serious disconnect between the students at San Diego State and the university’s administration. This is not necessarily unheard of. Students,...

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Commentary: Student voices need to be heard

Commentary: Student voices need to be heard

by Fabiola Morena Ruelas, Contributor // February 2, 2021

What happened at the public senate meeting was one example of how shared governance is nothing but a phrase unless it is actively demonstrated by the administration...

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Associated Students gave voice to students concerns and asked President de la Torre to reinstate Spring Break.

A.S. sends letter to President de la Torre demanding Senate decision be reversed

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // December 4, 2020

In an evening meeting on Dec. 4, the Associated Students Board of Directors drafted and approved a letter to San Diego State President Adela de la Torre...

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How Rock the Vote registered thousands of people online

by Patrick Doyle, Staff Writer // November 3, 2020

Before every election, Associated Students hosts a Rock the Vote campaign to register as many students as possible to vote and make sure they know how...

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