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El Centro de Salud Calpulli esta disponible para la comunidad de SDSU.

New walk-in health service debuts at Calpulli Center

by Callista Hansen, Contributor // October 30, 2019

A new walk-in health service, intended to help students with minor injuries and illnesses, opened this semester at Calpulli Center.  The services are...

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SDSU provides a number of resources to help SDSU students looking to quit smoking.

SDSU provides resources to help students quit smoking amid rise in vaping-related casualties

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Engagement Editor // October 2, 2019

The news of 12 vaping-related casualties coming out of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has many people worried about their use of e-cigarettes,...

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Students exhibiting any symptoms of mumps are encouraged to reach out to a medical provider.

Student Health Services extends deadline to submit immunization records

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Staff Writer // October 2, 2019

After establishing multiple new vaccination requirements for all incoming students, San Diego State extended the deadline to submit immunization records...

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Student Health Services organized free flu shots for students through appointments and pop-up clinics.

Calpulli offers breast cancer resources

by Camille Dejoras, Staff Writer // October 29, 2017

Now that Breast Cancer Awareness month is almost over, students can still look for information on breast cancer and breast health at San Diego State throughout...

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Student Health Services organized free flu shots for students through appointments and pop-up clinics.

Sexually transmitted diseases on the rise among young adults

by Bella Ross, Staff Writer // October 4, 2017

Cases of sexually transmitted diseases have increased among young adults for the third year in a row according to the annual Centers for Disease Control...

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Alcohol on display at SDSU's Trader Joe's grocery store.

SDSU combats ‘party school’ reputation

by Alexa Navarro, Contributor // September 15, 2017

On the national stage, San Diego State has a certain image. SDSU has been known as a “party school” for decades. The university was ranked No. 3...

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El Centro de Salud Calpulli esta disponible para la comunidad de SDSU.

Health services encourages vaccinations as a result of mumps on campus

by Georgina Vargas, Staff Writer // November 1, 2016

The contagious virus of mumps was found among San Diego State students living off campus, as reported by  Student Health Services. Student Health Services...

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Individual counseling scarce at San Diego State

Individual counseling scarce at San Diego State

by Caitlynne Leary, Staff Writer // October 5, 2016

Counseling and Psychological Services offers many programs for students, faculty and staff at San Diego State: a Center for Well-Being, counseling services...

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De-stigmatizing mental health at SDSU: 'It's up to us'

De-stigmatizing mental health at SDSU: ‘It’s up to us’

by Jamie Ballard and Giovanni Reyes // February 17, 2016

Located on the fourth floor of Calpulli Center, the Counseling and Psychological Services is a hub of resources designed to help students, faculty and...

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High expectations and anxiety hinder student success

High expectations and anxiety hinder student success

by Kalah Siegel, Staff Writer // December 9, 2015

Stress — the all-encompassing word that describes daily life as a young adult. Thank endocrinologist Hans Selye for the term’s modern meaning related...

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SDSU hosts second Let’s Talk briefing

by Christine Whitman, Senior Staff Writer // October 22, 2015

On Thursday, Sept. 24, San Diego State hosted the second event in its monthly series of Let’s Talk briefings at Scripps Cottage. The event featured a...

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Study finds increased levels of depression

Study finds increased levels of depression

by Ali Isenberg, Contributor // February 23, 2015

The mental health of college freshmen has reached an all-time low, according to the University of California, Los Angeles Cooperative Institutional Research...

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