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Guía de votación para las propuestas de California

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Jadyn Brandt, and Katelynn Robinson // 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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CSU to sue Trump administration over ICE regulations

CSU to sue Trump administration over ICE regulations

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, along with California State University Chancellor Timothy White and California Community Colleges Chancellor...

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Senior midfielder Morgan Taylor attempts to secure possession of the ball during the Aztecs' 19-18 win over Arizona State on Feb. 20 at Aztec Lacrosse Field.

Lacrosse earns second victory of season with win against California

by Devin Whatley, Staff Writer // March 2, 2020

San Diego State lacrosse beat California 16-11 on Feb. 28 at Aztec Lacrosse Field. The Aztecs (2-2) earned their second win of the season thanks to...

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Rent control will worsen California’s housing crisis. Vote ‘no’ on Prop 10

by Catherine Van Weele, Staff Writer // October 31, 2018

Prop 10 will be on California’s ballot this November. If passed, it will repeal the 1995 Costa-Hawkins Act. This act prevents the implementation...

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File photo. Governor Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed the state budget for fiscal year 2019, giving the CSU system an almost-$200 million increase.

Governor signs 2019 budget, CSU to get increase of almost $200 million

by Will Fritz, Editor-in-Chief // June 27, 2018

The California State University will receive much more funding during the coming fiscal year than initially proposed at the start of state budget negotiations...

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University emergency services director talks fire preparedness 10 years after 2007 fires

University emergency services director talks fire preparedness 10 years after 2007 fires

by David Santillan, Social Media Editor // October 28, 2017

In the midst of the California fire season and on the 10th anniversary of the 2007 wildfires, San Diego State officials say they are prepared to evacuate...

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California cities need to take initiative in recreational marijuana sales

by Chance Page, Contributor // October 18, 2017

California voters approved Proposition 64 legalizing recreational marijuana last November. There is one complication — cities and counties must approve...

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City minimum wage does not apply at SDSU

City minimum wage does not apply at SDSU

by Jamie Ballard, Managing Editor // November 28, 2016

Why doesn’t San Diego State University pay all student employees the city minimum wage? Psychology sophomore Kiana Wiley has worked in the serials department...

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Bilingual education allowed in K-12

Bilingual education allowed in K-12

by Jocelyn Moran, Senior Staff Writer // November 9, 2016

Parents and schools in California will have more say in whether to incorporate bilingual education in K-12 schools after Proposition 58 passed on Nov....

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El DMV Relega a los Mixtecos en CA

El DMV Relega a los Mixtecos en CA

by Jose Guzman-Quirino, Editor de Mundo Azteca // September 7, 2016

La comunidad indígena mixteca en California tiene muchos retos este 2016. Aunque se supone que las cosas serían más fáciles para tramitar licencias...

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California’s minimum wage increase: raising hopes or doubts

by Julianna McDowell, Staff Columnist // April 20, 2016

It is the year 2022. After working my minimum wage paying job in San Diego for 30 hours this week, I receive my paycheck: somewhere around $350 to $400...

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California court makes CSU pay

California court makes CSU pay

by Maria del Carmen Huerta, Contributor // 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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