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Turning Point USA at SDSU, a student political organization on campus, agrees that polarization has been prominent in politics, especially following the 2020 election.

With the 2020 election over, SDSU Democrats, Republicans and political scientists see polarization rising

by Brandon Balayan, Staff Writer // November 22, 2020

If one were to observe Newton’s cradle, they may notice the outer spheres are creating the continual momentum, and the ones in the middle remain still....

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Can we have political conversations with our peers without hostility?

Can we have political conversations with our peers without hostility?

by Grace Brady, Contributor // November 17, 2020

In a country where it seems we don’t agree on much, we can all agree on one thing - the first presidential debate was ridiculously laughable. There is...

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IYSSE talks socialism at SDSU panel event

by Ronald Penh, Staff Writer // November 21, 2018

The International Youth and Students for Social Equality held an event at SDSU on Nov. 15 to discuss what they perceive as a class struggle and the possibilities...

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Professor draws ire with controversial Facebook post

by Will Fritz, News Editor // July 25, 2017

A San Diego State professor stirred controversy Friday in a public Facebook post about Arizona Sen. John McCain, who was recently diagnosed with an aggressive...

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Putting a new Twist on education

by David Ayala, Contributor // September 21, 2016

Twenty-sixteen is a big year for political science professor Kim Twist. She moved to San Diego last June, began teaching at San Diego State this fall...

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