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Random assignments create housing inequality

by Emily Alvarenga // April 29, 2014

Freshmen at San Diego State have to endure the dorms for a year. If we aren’t in SDSU’s local admission boundary, we are required to pick a room type,...

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Debunk the myths of organ donation

Debunk the myths of organ donation

by Sara Tiano // April 24, 2014

When I was about 8 years old, I wrote my first “official” will and testament. I wasn’t in immediate danger of death, but just in case, I wanted to...

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Student Success Fee survey closes with low participation

by Camille Lozano // April 23, 2014

The Student Success Fee survey, which was sent out for the first time April 7th, closed with 2,594 student votes last Friday. This survey was the only...

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Students are missing out on essential life skills

Students are missing out on essential life skills

by Kelly Gardner // April 23, 2014

The phrase “growing up” entails many things. Usually, the first aspect that comes to mind is responsibility. I’m talking about­­ real, personal...

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Coachella is about the music, not outfits and celebrities

Coachella is about the music, not outfits and celebrities

by Sabrina Shahawi // April 23, 2014

There are two three-day weekends in April that are filled with music, a little bit of art, trendy and ridiculous outfits, and some hot celebrities. This...

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'Worst Company in America' contest reveals concerning priorities

‘Worst Company in America’ contest reveals concerning priorities

by KC Stanfield // April 23, 2014

There is another bracket that’s worth some attention during March madness. It’s none other than the annual Consumerist’s Worst Company in America...

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Learning about 'The Fifth Beatle'

Learning about ‘The Fifth Beatle’

by David Dixon // April 22, 2014

Vivek J. Tiwary is the writer of the graphic novel, “The Fifth Beatle,” and a producer of many successful plays and musicals including “American...

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Social Security or Social Insecurity? Millennials should watch out for future.

Social Security or Social Insecurity? Millennials should watch out for future.

by Kelly Gardner // April 16, 2014

As college students, we are in a transition from young adults with little responsibility to being the next young professionals. And while we might still...

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Crime on Campus

by Quinn Owen // April 16, 2014

Attempted Robbery San Diego State police responded to an attempted robbery in an alleyway off Montezuma Road when a man dressed in all black threatened...

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SDSU shows maturity in NCAA pandemonium

SDSU shows maturity in NCAA pandemonium

by Mike Heral // April 15, 2014

Rare is the opinion column in praise of an issue or event. But San Diego State sports fans deserve kudos following a couch-fire season without a single...

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Grant provides opportunities to disabled students

by Katrina Roseli // April 11, 2014

This past January, the Kessler Foundation awarded San Diego State Research Foundation a $437,888 grant for the "Bridging the Gap from College to Careers"...

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Sun Diego burns sting deep

Sun Diego burns sting deep

by Jose Gutierrez // April 10, 2014

You’d be a fool not to enjoy the great sunshine provided by the San Diego sun. You’d be a bigger fool to stand in the sunshine to work on a tan—that...

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