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hi Kappa Psi supports Hashemi and his GoFundMe launch which provides aid to Afghan families.

Student launches ‘Helping Hands for Afghans’

by Jayne Yutig, Assistant Multimedia Editor // October 6, 2021

The United States withdrawal in Afghanistan is complete and with refugee families resettling in San Diego, Phi Kappa Psi fraternity members are donating...

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Students walk past the corner of Fraternity Row located on 55th Street.

Interfraternity Council adds new positions

by Katelynn Robinson, News Editor // September 15, 2021

Fraternities and sororities have started recruitment for the year, starting with tabling, house events and tours. After a year of being completely virtual,...

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SAE fraternity house located at College Place. The fraternity will be suspended in abeyance until Dec. 31. The fraternity will then be under probation for the following semester.

SAE suspended in abeyance due to policy violations including alcohol and hazing

by Catlan Nguyen, Editor in Chief // September 15, 2021

Last month, San Diego State released a report where they found the Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) Fraternity violated seven student organization codes of conduct...

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Hall of Justice located in downtown San Diego where lawsuit is available for public viewing.

Trial date for lawsuit set regarding freshman death

by Catlan Nguyen and Jayne Yutig // August 25, 2021

On Aug. 6, the San Diego County Superior Court set a trial date for the wrongful death lawsuit of a 19-year-old San Diego State freshman who died in 2019. Initially...

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The A.S. Elections Committee found that SDSU Now did not violated any A.S. Elections Codes.

‘SDSU Now’ blackmail accusation tabled due to insufficient evidence

by Catlan Nguyen and Brenden Tuccinardi // April 2, 2021

The complaint alleging Associated Students President-elect Ashley Tejada and her slate, SDSU Now, blackmailed their opponent was tabled indefinitely at...

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On Dec. 14 SDSUs Interfraternity Council announced they had raised $500 for the Toys for Tots foundation.

SDSU’s Interfraternity Council wraps up week-long Toys for Tots fundraiser, raises $500

by Jayne Yutig, Staff Writer // December 20, 2020

San Diego State’s Interfraternity Council wrapped up its week-long Toys for Tots fundraiser supporting families in need and put toys in the hands of...

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IFC hosts month-long blood and plasma drive

by Jayne Yutig, Staff Writer // October 3, 2020

The beginning of October kicks off International Plasma Awareness week and the Interfraternity Council is calling on San Diego State students to donate...

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SDSU urges students to follow COVID-19 public health guidelines

by Katelynn Robinson, Assistant News Editor // August 27, 2020

San Diego State released an email reminding students to adhere by the school, county, and state safety regulations regarding COVID-19. This comes...

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IFC implements social moratorium due to COVID-19

IFC implements social moratorium due to COVID-19

by Katelynn Robinson, Assistant News Editor // August 24, 2020

The San Diego State Interfraternity Council announced the implementation of a Social Moratorium on August 21. All fraternities and sororities must abide...

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VP of Diversity and Inclusion, RJ Hullum

IFC selects first Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion

by Katelynn Robinson, Assistant News Editor // July 23, 2020

In the wake of continued protests against police brutality and challenges to systemic racism, San Diego State’s Interfraternity Council added a new position...

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Interfraternity Council President and A.S. presidential candidate Steven Plante issued an apology to the campus community after it was discovered he used a homophobic slur in a GroupMe message in Feburary.

AS Presidential Candidate, IFC President Steven Plante apologizes for using homophobic slur

by Jack Molmud, Live Producer // March 23, 2020

Associated Students presidential candidate and Interfraternity Council President Steven Plante issued a statement Sunday night apologizing for his use...

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Close up photo of Hepner Hall at SDSU

Presidential task force recommends new policies in light of student death in fall semester

by Michael Cline, Assistant News Editor // January 24, 2020

Members of the Presidential Task Force on Student Activities and Safety, convened in the wake of the death of a San Diego State freshman in the fall,...

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