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F*** Fast Fashion is urging students to rent or thrift a costume for Halloween this year.

Club Corner: F*** Fast Fashion promotes thrifted costume challenge for Halloween

by David Ahumada, Contributor // October 30, 2020

Halloween night is rapidly approaching, the F*** Fast Fashion club urges students to thrift or reuse a costume before buying another one.  “We buy...

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Green Love committee to submit climate action framework to administration

Green Love committee to submit climate action framework to administration

by Ashley Na, Staff Writer // October 30, 2019

The Green Love Climate Action Committee, an Associated Students sustainability commission at San Diego State, is currently in the process of drafting a...

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Big corporations are to blame for climate change

Big corporations are to blame for climate change

by Oliver Krvaric, Contributor // October 30, 2019

The ongoing dialogue surrounding the urgency of the looming threat of climate change has been successfully derailed into a conversation that places the...

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Environmental science senior Christopher Davis discusses environmental justice and his experience studying abroad in Bali.

‘Sustainability Has No Borders’ event explores environmentalism in global context

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Staff Writer // October 27, 2019

San Diego State’s Office of Sustainability makes consistent efforts to promote environmentalism on campus, but their latest event aimed even further...

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We must be realistic when drafting climate change plans

by Miles Streicek, Staff Writer // October 23, 2019

Both our nation and the world have recently been rocked by large scale protests against perceived inaction on the subject of greenhouse gas emissions leading...

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Our politicians must act on climate change

Our politicians must act on climate change

by Catherine Van Weele, Opinion Editor // September 25, 2019

Climate change and the negative ramifications on our planet are undeniable. There is an abundance of scientific evidence and research to support this potentially...

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SDSU community takes part in global climate strike

by Jadyn Brandt, Contributor // September 21, 2019

On Sept. 20, the San Diego State community marched for climate reform in the Global Climate Strike inspired by 16-year-old climate activist, Greta Thunberg. Students,...

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Time to act on climate change

by Catherine Van Weele, Staff Writer // January 23, 2019

The United Nations came out with a report in October warning us if we don’t get our act together soon, the damage climate change will have on our planet...

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Students demonstrate on campus following the election of Donald Trump.

Daily Aztec columnists react to election

by Julianna McDowell, Kemi Giwa, Maddy Perello, Aulani Capuchin, and Talia Raoufpur // November 17, 2016
Somehow Trump was able to grab women where it mattered — their ballots.
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Leonardo DiCaprio sparks climate change conversation

Leonardo DiCaprio sparks climate change conversation

by Jocelyn Moran, Staff Writer // August 24, 2016

Several San Diego State researchers recently studied the correlation between Leonardo DiCaprio’s 2016 Academy Award speech and public engagement around...

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The real loser in Nat Geo’s sale is science

by Maddy Perello, Staff Columnist // October 7, 2015

In a $725 million deal announced Sept. 9, National Geographic Society and 21st Century Fox joined forces to create a new for-profit media company, National...

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Consider climate change a serious threat

by Maddy Perello, Staff Columnist // September 16, 2015

Human use of natural resources coal, oil, and gas could melt all the ice on the planet in as little as 5,000 years, according to National Geographic’s...

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