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Freshmen move-in checklist essentials

by Katelynn Robinson, News Editor // August 12, 2021

For students preparing to move onto campus for the first time, it can be overwhelming to remember everything you need. To make that transition easier,...

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SDSU freshmen conflicted about first semester online

SDSU freshmen conflicted about first semester online

by Patrick Doyle, Staff Writer // December 17, 2020

First-year students at San Diego State have generally found their introductory semester to be much different than they had anticipated. As COVID-19...

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Defensive specialist and libero Nadia Barcklay celebrates after a play while playing club volleyball.

Volleyball freshmen reflect on unusual year, season postponement

by Megan Oytas, Staff Writer // December 11, 2020

When new student-athletes enrolled at San Diego State, they probably did not expect their first collegiate season to be postponed by a pandemic. This is...

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One night of fun isnt worth contracting COVID-19

One night of fun isn’t worth contracting COVID-19

by Catherine Van Weele, Senior Staff Writer // September 17, 2020

Humans are social beings.  College students in particular crave human interactions.  This is a period in life when many young people leave their...

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University email brings SDSU Flex into clearer focus

University email brings SDSU Flex into clearer focus

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // June 8, 2020

In an email blast Monday morning, San Diego State President Adela de la Torre provided more details about the university’s plan to repopulate campus...

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CSU system suspends ACT/SAT requirement for future applicants due to COVID-19

by Johann Derek Oribello, Senior Staff Writer // April 22, 2020

The California State University system has removed the use of ACT/SAT examinations in determining admission eligibility for all of its 23 campuses for...

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Prospective SDSU students talk to a representative at the Aztec Parents Group table at a previous Explore SDSU event.

Explore SDSU shifts to virtual platform due to coronavirus outbreak

by Catlan Nguyen, Staff Writer // March 21, 2020

Explore SDSU, an annual open house for admitted and prospective students has been canceled due to the coronavirus and recommendations from the Centers...

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Living in dorms helps get freshmen involved on campus

Living in dorms helps get freshmen involved on campus

by Patrick Doyle, Staff Writer // March 4, 2020

Staying in a dorm Freshman year is one of the most important decisions a new college student can make. As a second semester freshman, I’ve been living...

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The club baseball team poses for a group shot after a game.

Club baseball competes for another national title

by Sofia Longo, Staff Writer // January 29, 2020

San Diego State’s club baseball team is preparing for a successful season and potentially another national championship as a talented group of student-athletes...

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We need to talk about freshmen loneliness

by Sam Mason, Contributor // September 25, 2019

I had a lot of different expectations coming in to my first year at San Diego State.  Dorm life, a packed schedule and new friends were all things...

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Representatives from the two faculty and staff unions on campus are raising concerns about the universitys new parking permit policy.

New policy will bar freshmen from having cars on campus

by Aretha Matsushima, Staff Writer // April 10, 2019

A new university policy starting next fall will ban freshman residents from bringing cars to campus unless approval is granted through a waiver. The...

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University hits record number of undergraduate applicants for fall 2019

University hits record number of undergraduate applicants for fall 2019

by Ronald Penh, Staff Writer // February 7, 2019

San Diego State has once again reached a record high in incoming undergraduate applications for the fall 2019 semester, with 69,360 freshman applications...

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