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A ranked voting system can be beneficial to ensure a fair election

A ranked voting system can be beneficial to ensure a fair election

by Mary Claire Toth, Contributor // September 22, 2020

From sea to shining sea, America parades its democratic process while bullying skeptics of U.S. elective procedures. The United States has gone so far...

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The media’s constant coverage of the president is exhausting our nation

by Patrick Doyle, Contributor // September 18, 2019

The 2016 election was the first one I paid any attention to.  Starting the year prior, I began to involve myself in the news cycle as I learned to...

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Trump’s nuclear talks are a nice gesture. But denuclearization isn’t going to happen

by Jermelle MacLeod, Staff Writer // January 30, 2019

President Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un will meet for a nuclear summit in late February  — a nuclear summit is aimed at preventing nuclear...

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Young people can make a difference in 2020

by Kemi Giwa, Opinion Editor // January 23, 2019

Alas.  Campaign season has begun. Perhaps a bit early, to some — but for good reason, of course.  The primaries will be crowded, and each Democratic...

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It’s time to consider Constitution reform

by Chance Page, Staff Writer // December 12, 2018

In the midterm elections this past November, one party received 59 percent of the total vote for the US Senate. One party won two more Senate seats than...

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Course with focus on impeachment of President Trump returns

by Sofia Bert, Senior Staff Writer // November 19, 2018

A course that generated controversy last year when it was initially named to suggest it centered around the impeachment of President Donald Trump has returned...

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SDSU renames impeachment class, says focus is not President Trump

by Bella Ross, Staff Writer // March 1, 2018

San Diego State renamed a weekend course after drawing criticism that the class title implied President Donald Trump should be impeached. Previously...

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More than 37,000 joined in downtown San Diego in January 2018 for the second annual Women's March.

San Diego Women’s March: ‘Hear our vote!’

by Bella Ross, Staff Writer // January 22, 2018

Exactly a year after President Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration, thousands took to the streets of San Diego to voice their distaste for the current...

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Public officials should be held more accountable for sexual misconduct

by Chance Page, Staff Writer // December 6, 2017

Many prominent figures have recently been exposed for their sexual misconduct, thanks in large part to the #MeToo movement. This movement has emboldened...

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Fighting to keep net neutrality is fighting for consumer rights

by Gustavo Cristobal, Staff Writer // December 6, 2017

Net neutrality should not be up for debate. The argument to get rid of it is fueled by the greed of special interests — the telecoms. Net neutrality...

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Estudiantes reaccionan ante devastación de Puerto Rico

Estudiantes reaccionan ante devastación de Puerto Rico

by Elizabeth Barboza, Escritora // October 18, 2017

Los noticieros han utilizado términos como devastación apocalíptica, crisis humanitaria y tragedia americana para describir la devastación que el huracán...

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International student Yunjun Yang reads an article about President Donald Trump

International students talk politics

by Alexa Navarro, Staff Writer // October 18, 2017

San Diego State international students are adjusting to U.S. cultural norms and political differences. Innovation management and business development...

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