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The decrease in the number of humanitites courses required to graduate has led to outrage on other CSU campuses where some students claim this decision will limit students’ exposure to varying cultural perspectives.

CSU implements changes to GE humanities requirements

by Aretha Matsushima, Contributor // October 17, 2018

California State University-wide changes to general education requirements, which have not yet been implemented at San Diego State, mean students will...

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New classics and humanities professor focuses on Japanese popular culture

New classics and humanities professor focuses on Japanese popular culture

by Nicole Sazegar , Senior Staff Writer // September 15, 2016

Raechel Dumas grew up loving horror and science fiction. When she got into the literature and humanities field, she realized that none of her professors...

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Student Research Symposium sees record number of participants

Student Research Symposium sees record number of participants

by Adriana Millar, Senior Staff Writer // March 2, 2016

San Diego State’s ninth annual Student Research Symposium will include a record number of 551 students this year. Ashley Rubio, the symposium’s coordinator,...

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Humanities lecture explores issues in digital age

Humanities lecture explores issues in digital age

by Jacob Sisneros, Assistant News Editor // January 28, 2016

A Google executive known as one of the “fathers of the Internet” and an art historian with a heavy background in the humanities came together Tuesday,...

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The Journalism and Media Studies department lowered the passing score of the GSP test.

Humanities leads to more than financial gain

by Simon Shieh // November 18, 2013

Recently, there’s been a surge of statistics and reports suggesting that undergraduate enrollment in the humanities is spiraling into extinction. This...

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