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Activists for Palestine hold national conference at SDSU

Activists for Palestine hold national conference at SDSU

by Adriana Millar, Staff Writer // October 16, 2015

San Diego State hosted activists from across the country for the Fifth Annual Students for Justice in Palestine National Conference last weekend. Nearly...

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Farmers' Market

Local farmers’ markets flourish in San Diego

by Denise Chang, Contributor // March 25, 2015

Farmers’ markets are just about 50 shades of green. They thrive in California because of the optimal conditions for growing fresh produce. However, markets...

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Local theaters perfect for any occasion

by David Dixon, Staff Writer // September 4, 2014

Though there are first-rate theatrical productions presented on campus at the Don Powell and the Experimental Theatres, those new to San Diego should also...

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SAE Fraternity House

SAE pledge elimination raises questions for Greek system

by Hannah Beausang // May 9, 2014

A recent policy change banning the traditional pledging process for all national Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity chapters has stirred controversy about...

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At SDSU, there’s been a recent influx in community college transfers

by Julia Rear // May 7, 2014

A recent report showed more local community college students are transferring to San Diego State after receiving their associate of arts and sciences degrees...

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Aztecs walk out for May Day fee protest [VIDEO]

by Michelle Monroy // May 5, 2014

Co-authored by Jessica Santos A walkout ended in San Diego State President Elliot Hirshman’s office as more than 200 students marched from Scripps...

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Student detects eatery air pollution

Student detects eatery air pollution

by Elisse Miller // May 5, 2014

The air in East Commons may fail U.S. Environmental Protection Agency pollution standards, according to student research. Public health senior Kathryn...

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SDSU commemorates MLK speech

SDSU commemorates MLK speech

by Camille Lozano // May 5, 2014

Willie Horton Jr. was a student at San Diego State in 1964 when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke in what is now the campus’ open air theater. The civil...

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San Diegans recycle less than what the state requires

by Adriana Millar // May 4, 2014

Less than a quarter of San Diego residents recycle, according to a study from San Diego's Environmental Services Department released last week. The...

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Aztecs plan National City’s future

by Lawson Navarro // May 1, 2014

A diverse group of San Diego State students came to Montezuma Hall on Monday to present their proposals on how to improve National City. “Growing...

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Kearny Mesa spices up San Diego

by Michelle Monroy // April 24, 2014

The Kearny Mesa area is about a 15 minute drive from campus. With more than 20 coffee places, grocery stores and eateries within a mile of each other,...

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Easy living down by the beach

by Hannah Beausang // April 24, 2014

As a Northern California native, the idea of living near the beach was always a distant dream until I got my acceptance letter to San Diego State. Even...

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