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Nasatir deemed safe

by Staff

March 18, 2009

Karli Cadel / Staff PhotographerThe university currently has no plans to conduct additional environmental tests on Nasatir Hall, Greg Block, San Diego State director of media relations and new media, said.As reported last week, si...

NCAA dreams dashed

by Staff

March 16, 2009

No NCAA Tournament bid.

NATIONAL NEWS: 2-10-09

by Staff

February 10, 2009

Obama warns delay could deepen disaster The U.S. Senate voted yesterday to halt debate about the unprecedented economic stimulus package; a move that some analysts say virtually guarantees Senate approval in the vote scheduled for...

Parental appreciation

by Staff

February 9, 2009

Karli Cadel / Staff PhotographerParticipating parents are recognizing the San Diego State Children's Center staff this week as a sign of their appreciation.It all began Monday with breakfast for the teachers, followed by toda...

A.S. BRIEF: 2-2-09

by Staff

February 2, 2009

Associated Students electionsFive executive positions and many representative positions will soon be open to a student election.Executive and representative applications became available on Jan. 26 with a submission deadline of...

Finals stress? Take a break!

by Staff

December 14, 2008

The third Midnight Study Break at San Diego State will be held from 9 p.m. to midnight in Montezuma Hall. SDSU staff will be serving free breakfast for the first 500 students who arrive.SDSU Student Affairs, Aztec Parents, Inter...

A.S. BRIEF: 12-15-08

by Staff

December 14, 2008

Petition for Louie's talliedThe petitions' signatures to save Louie's Suds & Sun Pub have been counted and officially accepted by Associated Students. As of now, 1,261 signatures have been verified, A.S. President James Poet said...

NATIONAL NEWS: 12-10-08

by Staff

December 10, 2008

Illinois governor charged with corruptionDemocratic Gov. Rod Blagojevich of Illinois was arrested and indicted on federal corruption charges, yesterday, partly in connection with his upcoming appointment of a replacement for Pres...

WORLD NEWS: Breaking updates

by Staff

December 6, 2008

Hurricane Gustav tears through CubaNo deaths have been reported in Cuba after the enormous Hurricane Gustav ripped through the Isla de la Juventud and Cuba's mainland causing the evacuation of approximately 250,000 people. A Categor...

Department lecturers face cuts

by Staff

December 1, 2008

After seeing class sizes grow because of budget cuts, now lecturers face losing their job.Tutors for the Writing Tutorial Program may have a harder time teaching freshmen students about synonyms next semester. Though the term "l...

A.S. executive elections near

by Staff

December 1, 2008

Associated Students council meetings take place once a week. Executive members run the meetings and organize student government. So you want to be an Associated Students executive?An executive has a very long to-do list, one ...

SDSU clean-up crew

by Staff

November 25, 2008

Peter Kluch/ Staff PhotographerBecause our moms don't come to college with us, San Diego State students and volunteers made sure they cleaned up after themselves last Saturday.SDSU's Good Neighbor Program's Clean Team set out to cl...