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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 1, 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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A screenshot of SDSU Rock The Vote's Instagram.

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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Because of COVID-19, Aztecs Rock Hunger had to plan for this year's food drive virtually, which was viewed as a new opportunity.

Aztecs Rock Hunger kicks off 2020 food drive campaign amidst COVID-19

by Jake Greenfield, Contributor // October 5, 2020

It is two months into the fall semester, and you are walking through the busy student union where you pass a tent with some very passionate students asking...

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Screenshot from Grant Jordan's prerecorded performance which was suppose to air in the Virtual Nooner series.

Derailed by miscommunication and misunderstanding, first ‘Virtual Nooner’ cancelled

by Catlan Nguyen, Social Media Editor // September 15, 2020

The first San Diego State Virtual Nooner performance of the semester featuring student musician Grant Jordan was scheduled to air on the Associated Students’...

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Black Lives Matter co-founder hosts Q&A for SDSU students

Black Lives Matter co-founder hosts Q&A for SDSU students

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Staff Writer // August 30, 2020

Black Lives Matter co-founder, Patrisse Cullors spoke to San Diego State students about Black Lives Matter through a virtual Q&A on August 23. The...

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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.

SDSU won’t be issuing refunds for tuition, mandatory campus fees

by Kaitlyn Little, News Editor // April 19, 2020

San Diego State has decided, based on current guidance from the California State University, that it will not be refunding tuition and mandatory campus...

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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

by Katelynn Robinson, Staff Writer // 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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A.S. presidential candidate Christian Holt

SDSU 2020 Vision slate wins four A.S. executive positions in low-turnout election

by Michael Cline and Kaitlyn Little // March 26, 2020

The SDSU 2020 Vision slate claimed victory in the four executive positions it contested in the 2020 Associated Students elections, it was announced Thursday...

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Interfraternity Council President and A.S. presidential candidate Steven Plante issued an apology to the campus community after it was discovered he used a homophobic slur in a GroupMe message in Feburary.

AS Presidential Candidate, IFC President Steven Plante apologizes for using homophobic slur

by Jack Molmud, Live Producer // March 23, 2020

Associated Students presidential candidate and Interfraternity Council President Steven Plante issued a statement Sunday night apologizing for his use...

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