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Día de los Muertos Returns to SDSU

by Noé Sandoval, Mundo Azteca Editor // November 5, 2021

Mundo Azteca Editor Noé Sandoval speaks to the organizers of SDSU's Day of the Dead celebrations.

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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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SDSU President’s Lecture Series was meant to foster diplomacy, but was more like propaganda 

SDSU President’s Lecture Series was meant to foster diplomacy, but was more like propaganda 

by Brandon Balayan, Staff Writer // March 26, 2021

There are stark differences between promoting diplomacy and propaganda, and San Diego State seems to have difficulty discerning between the two.  On...

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Good people skills are a sign of effective leadership

Good people skills are a sign of effective leadership

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // November 29, 2020

A survey of U.S. adults by Lead2Feed, the nation’s largest free student leadership program, found that 91% of Americans say that students are more successful...

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Martin Luther Kings message resonates with SDSU students

Martin Luther King’s message resonates with SDSU students

by Devin Whatley, Staff Writer // January 22, 2020

As students enjoyed one of their final days of winter break on Monday, they also recalled the message of Martin Luther King Jr., a civil rights icon whose...

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Must-see artworks on campus

Must-see artworks on campus

by Devin Whatley, Staff Writer // November 20, 2019

San Diego State’s campus is home to many different types of arts. They are seen by students everyday, but can often go unnoticed. Here are some notable...

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Special Commentary: A world class SDSU west campus would benefit all

by Dave Smith // November 8, 2017

For the past several months, the San Diego State Alumni With a Vision have been trying to get the SDSU leadership to consider reusing the existing SDCCU...

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Sustainability forum aims to promote campus environmentalism

Sustainability forum aims to promote campus environmentalism

by Adriana Millar, Senior Staff Writer // December 7, 2015

San Diego State’s PowerSave Campus team held a sustainability forum last week  in an effort to increase communication between environment-focused student...

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Campus club hopes to fix rape culture

Campus club hopes to fix rape culture

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer // December 4, 2015

Aztecs for Awareness, an organization started by FratMANners, is bringing awareness to the resources available for sexual violence on campus. The organization...

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Hate crime at SDSU: Police sketch tweeted

Hate crime at SDSU: Police sketch tweeted

by Quinn Owen, News Editor // November 20, 2015

San Diego State Police are searching for a man who assaulted a Muslim student in what they are calling a hate crime. An artist’s sketch of the man was...

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New class to transform grass areas on campus

New class to transform grass areas on campus

by Sean Horgan, Staff Writer // November 13, 2015

Next semester, Diana Richardson, lecturer in the geography department, and Tom Abram, assistant director in facility services, will convert a piece of...

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SDSU Crime and Incident Report: Suspicious men on campus

by Alex Piscatelli, Staff Writer // November 11, 2015

Suspicious men on campus On Thursday Nov. 5 around 5 p.m., a suspicious man was reported in parking structure 4. He was following women and asking...

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