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Special Commentary: Associated inaction — the issues that plague our student government

by Armando Sepulveda // February 2, 2018

Public service has been in my blood for as long as I can remember. From a young age I participated in school government, whether it be safety patrol or...

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More than 37,000 joined in downtown San Diego in January 2018 for the second annual Women's March.

San Diego Women’s March: ‘Hear our vote!’

by Bella Ross, Staff Writer // January 22, 2018

Exactly a year after President Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration, thousands took to the streets of San Diego to voice their distaste for the current...

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International student Yunjun Yang reads an article about President Donald Trump

International students talk politics

by Alexa Navarro, Staff Writer // October 18, 2017

San Diego State international students are adjusting to U.S. cultural norms and political differences. Innovation management and business development...

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From left to right: Young Democratic Socialists members Willow Lark, Charles Marks and Joseph Tinglof.

SDSU’s Young Democratic Socialists spread their message

by Mike McDonald, Contributor // September 21, 2017

Inauguration Day 2017 was a turning point for many Americans. For some, it was a call to action to combat a political system they say is failing the American...

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Passive social media responses to Charlottesville inadequate, assertiveness is required

by Mary York, Digital Sports Editor // August 26, 2017

It has been a week and the deluge of social media posts about Charlottesville finally begin to dwindle. Reactions to the violence and bold-faced racism...

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Green Day calls for unity through music

by Julianna Ress , Senior Staff Writer // April 13, 2017

On Saturday, April 8, Green Day took the stage at Valley View Casino Center, and made it clear that the night was about more than just music, it was a...

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Portugal. The Man shatters silence

by Danny Dyer, Staff Writer // March 13, 2017

At long last, Portugal. The Man has shattered its near three-year silence recently with the funk-infused swinger, “Feel It Still.” The band will...

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YG politicizes Greenfest concert

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // March 8, 2017

In 2017, the lines of politicization have been blurred to the point of nonexistence and understandably so. When the president of the United States is...

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‘Nasty women’ uniting through art exhibits

‘Nasty women’ uniting through art exhibits

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // January 25, 2017

On Saturday, Jan. 21 the Nasty Women Art Exhibition opened in Helmuth Projects, San Diego in solidarity with the Nasty Women Exhibition in New York City...

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Trump’s *real* first day in office

by Ahmad Dixon, Staff Writer // January 18, 2017

Sometimes it’s hard to imagine what the job of the President of the United States actually entails, but sometimes we have the opportunity to peer behind...

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SDSU panel discusses gender roles in the 2016 election

SDSU panel discusses gender roles in the 2016 election

by Kayla Jimenez, Assistant News Editor // November 8, 2016

Five days before the general election, a panel of San Diego State professors encouraged students to vote for Hillary Clinton and discussed how gender impacted...

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SDSU College Democrats to co-host congressional town hall

SDSU College Democrats to co-host congressional town hall

by Jocelyn Moran, Staff Writer // May 5, 2016

A Democratic congressional town hall will be hosted by San Diego State College Democrats along with the Veterans Democratic Club of San Diego and San Diego...

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