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Column: Recent stock market events benefit the young demographic

Column: Recent stock market events benefit the young demographic

by Sebastian Mendoza, Staff Writer // February 1, 2021

Since the start of the year, the price of each GameStop share cruised at around $18 as the company neared its demise but on Jan. 27, Wall Street analysts...

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Diplo is one of the many artists on Instagram who is partaking in live shows online amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Music industry moves online with livestreams, fundraisers

by Johann Derek Oribello, Senior Staff Writer // April 14, 2020

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly every sector of society has been impacted one way or another. Despite immense societal changes in the...

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Money is not a reflection of how successful someone is

Money is not a reflection of how successful someone is

by Shalika Oza, Staff Writer // November 13, 2019

What is success?  To some, it is rising up the ranks in their career and making a boatload of money. To others, it is finding a purpose for their lives....

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Wealth inequality is a growing issue in America, and we need reform

Wealth inequality is a growing issue in America, and we need reform

by Catherine Van Weele, Opinion Editor // September 11, 2019

America is no stranger to wealth disparity. In recent years, the gap between the rich and the poor has escalated to levels similar to those seen before...

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Editorial: de la Torre's $162,000 inauguration was excessive

Editorial: de la Torre’s $162,000 inauguration was excessive

by The Editorial Board // April 17, 2019

We had such great hope when it was first announced Adela de la Torre would be our university’s next president. We knew her Hispanic, working-class...

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Vending machines will begin accepting OneCards as payment starting this semester.

Campus vending machines now accepting OneCards as payment

by Aretha Matsushima, Staff Writer // January 30, 2019

Any time students stop by a campus vending machine from now on, they will now have the option to make their purchase with their SDSUcard. SDSUcard office...

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Graduation fee increases, becomes one-time payment

Graduation fee increases, becomes one-time payment

by Shauny Silas, Staff Writer // January 30, 2019

San Diego State’s graduation fee and process have been updated to include a one-time $100 fee starting the December 2019 graduation filing period. The...

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Letter: Students beware of fraud IRS calls

May 2, 2018

I came out of class one day to find that I had a missing call on my phone. I was not familiar with the number, so I decided to listen to the voicemail...

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Student success fees provide $600,000 to some student groups

Student success fees provide $600,000 to some student groups

by Adriana Millar, Senior Staff Writer // November 12, 2015

A total of $718,000 was given to student groups this semester from the student success fee and additional funding from Academic Affairs. A total of...

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