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Traditions should be valued, not ignored

Traditions should be valued, not ignored

by Jermelle Macleod, Staff Writer // April 21, 2021

“Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire.” ― Gustav Mahler  The word “tradition” has an extraordinarily negative...

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Opinion: Generation Z is the generation of nihilism

Opinion: Generation Z is the generation of nihilism

by Jermelle Macleod, Staff Writer // March 3, 2021

"Nihilist” is an ugly word.  Nevertheless, I can’t think of a better word to describe the culture of Generation Z. Nihilism comes from the Latin...

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Christian victim of sexual assault said her values fogged her recovery

Christian victim of sexual assault said her values fogged her recovery

by Kaitlyn Little, Senior Staff Writer // May 8, 2019

Note: This story includes explicit descriptions of sexual assault. Not everyone experiences sexual assault the same way. People have different experiences...

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SDSU production Mass explores a loss of faith

SDSU production ‘Mass’ explores a loss of faith

by Sydney Faulkner, Staff Writer // December 13, 2018

San Diego State’s School of Theatre, Television and Film along with the School of Music and Dance came together Dec. to Dec. 9 to bring Leonard Bernstein’s...

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Religiones se unen con un propósito

Religiones se unen con un propósito

by Monserrat Torres, Escritora // December 7, 2016

Uno de los temas más complicados de tratar es el de la religión ya que no todos compartimos la misma creencia lo cual causa que sea difícil entender...

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SDSU study discovers religious practices continue to decline

SDSU study discovers religious practices continue to decline

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer // April 6, 2016

A recent study by San Diego State researchers found that religious practices among Americans are on the decline. Psychology professor Jean Twenge and...

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Stories from the SDSU street preachers

Stories from the SDSU street preachers

by Natalia Xibille, Staff Writer // February 3, 2016

Many students see them while heading to class or stopping to grab something to eat. They stand with their Bible in hand, preaching the word of God as people...

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On-campus tabling solicits student attention

by Emily Alvarenga , Staff Columnist // April 21, 2015

It seems as though not a day goes by at San Diego State where there isn't some sort of tabling on campus. Whether it is for student organizations or nonprofit...

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Assisted suicide comforts inevitable fate

by Marissa Ochoa, Staff Columnist // November 21, 2014

The mere mention of suicide brings to mind many tragedies that could’ve been avoided. With suicide making the top 10 causes of death in the United States,...

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Highlighting the word Belief

Religious differences compromise true purpose

by Richard Freeland, Contributor // September 6, 2014

“If a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand.” One would assume a Christian organization, or any religious organization, would...

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Couple in church

Why I choose to date Christian men–inserting religion into relationships

by Victoria Valenzuela // April 8, 2014

It’s a general rule that two of the most sensitive topics to keep out of the conversation on a first date are religion and politics. Lucky for my dates,...

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Letter to the Editor: Muemas actions reflect deeper issues

Letter to the Editor: Muema’s actions reflect deeper issues

by Staff // March 5, 2014

This letter to the editor is in response to "Muema takes leap of faith out of NFL combine" by Mike Heral, originally published on Feb. 26, 2014. It was...

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