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The Black Resource Center hosted a Sister to Sister luncheon at Tula Community Center on  Feb. 14, where guest speaker Patrice Washington spoke to female members of the black community.

‘Sister to Sister’ luncheon provides community, fellowship for black women on campus

by Katelynn Robinson, Staff Writer // February 19, 2020

A Sister to Sister luncheon, hosted by the Black Resource Center, was held in the Tula Community Center on Feb. 14.   Female members of the black...

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The Koala is an outlet for students to express themselves

by Anna Fiorino, Contributor // October 2, 2019

I like The New York Times. I read The Paris Review on occasion. I own my fair share of Steinbeck and Fitzgerald. I dabble in Murakami and McEwan. And...

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Black Women's Healing Circle fosters valuable community through discussion

Black Women’s Healing Circle fosters valuable community through discussion

by Julianna Ress, Arts & Culture Editor // April 10, 2019

For the past three years, the Black Women’s Healing Circle on campus has worked to create a space for female, trans and non-binary black students to...

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Corporal Mark Peterson from the San Diego State Police Department speaks to the College Area community during an event on Oct. 16.

College Area community members talk dockless scooters, residence hall safety at local forum

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // October 26, 2018

Grievances from local residences and updates from local police units were shared during a College Area Community Council meeting at College Avenue Baptist...

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Two-time “RuPaul’s Drag Race” contestant Shangela co-hosted the Dragstravaganza Aztec Night held in September 2017.

A.S. to host ‘Thursday’s a Drag’, an event showcasing diversity

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Staff Writer // August 24, 2018

As we make our way back into the routines of the school year, Associated Students has some exciting events planned to welcome the students of San Diego...

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A kiosk in Chicano Park, Barrio Logan after danzantes performed and left offerings.

Barrio Logan residents were right to fight attempted gentrification

by Stacy Marquez, Staff Writer // November 29, 2017

In early October, Jenny Niezgoda, a white travel blogger better known as The Barefoot Bohemian on Instagram, released a Kickstarter and video stating her...

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Denis Lim, Le-Hsuan Chen and Chad Arulsamy tabled for their club Aztec Outreach on Oct. 11 outside of the Malcolm A. Love Library.

Campus service club reaches out to community

by Kayleigh Venne, Staff Writer // October 25, 2017

San Diego State offers a variety of philanthropic organizations on campus, however only one donates nearly 90 percent of its funds toward various charities....

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Why we should stop arguing DACA under capitalist ideals

by Cassidy McCombs, Staff Writer // September 13, 2017

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, is the most talked about story in America. DACA was implemented in 2012 and allows certain immigrants...

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How Windmill Farms can steal the hearts of students

by Austin Gayle, Contributor // February 10, 2016

Surviving on a college-student budget, senior Jesse Boyle understands a burrito from Chipotle after class or a Starbucks coffee in the morning sometimes...

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Cultural center discusses privilege with students

Cultural center discusses privilege with students

by Natalia Xibille, Contributor // November 23, 2015

The Center for Intercultural Relations hosted a discussion aimed at promoting self-awareness of privileges and to inspire unity within San Diego State’s...

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Student honored for exceptional philanthropy efforts

Student honored for exceptional philanthropy efforts

by Adriana Millar, Senior Staff Writer // November 20, 2015

San Diego State philosophy freshman Francisco “Panchito” Martinez was recognized as an Outstanding Youth Volunteer by the Association of Fundraising...

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Sorority partnership offers free STD testing on campus

Sorority partnership offers free STD testing on campus

by Quinn Owen, News Editor // October 5, 2015

A San Diego State sorority chapter is organizing free STD testing and a sexual health information session Monday. The Delta Sigma Theta sorority has...

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