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San Diego County residents and SDSU students wait in line to get tested at the county-operated COVID-19 testing center at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center on Nov. 18.

San Diego County is back in the Purple Tier. What does that mean for SDSU?

by Jadyn Brandt, News Editor // November 18, 2020

San Diego County slipped back into the most restrictive tier in California’s reopening blueprint this past weekend, after the county’s case rate was...

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San Diego County has stepped in to control parties at SDSU before Halloween.

Trick or treat? Cease-and-desist orders issued to SDSU residences planning on holding large gatherings

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // October 30, 2020

Like Halloween candy, the San Diego County Health Officer handed out cease-and-desist orders on Oct. 30 to residents of eight off-campus houses located...

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Millions of Californians will be voting by mail. Before you cast your ballot make sure you know what to do.

Do you know how to vote? Don’t worry we’ve got you covered

by Catlan Nguyen, Social Media Editor // October 13, 2020

With the election less than a month away and the nation still gripped by the coronavirus pandemic, voting this year will be very different from what we...

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County residents and business owners gathered at Waterfront Park in front of the county administration at the

‘San Diego Means Business’ rally calls on county supervisors to defy state on reopening

by Katelynn Robinson, Assistant News Editor // September 21, 2020

A rally was held outside the San Diego County Administration building on Sept. 21 to protest a third county-wide shutdown and encourage county supervisors...

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This sign is one of many markers that separates campus from College Area neighborhoods where SDSU students that make up the majority of positive cases associated with the university live.

San Diego State finds itself caught in the middle between county and state over county COVID-19 case rate

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // September 16, 2020

On Wednesday, San Diego State reported 37 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 among students and 9 new probable cases. Since Aug. 24 there have been 722...

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SDSU campuses not expected to experience power shutoffs, email says

SDSU campuses not expected to experience power shutoffs, email says

by Daniel Guerrero, Senior Staff Writer // October 11, 2019

San Diego Gas & Electric service shutoffs are not expected to occur at this time at San Diego State amid expected shutoffs across California, a campus-wide...

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Measure B seeks to expand housing in Escondido

Measure B seeks to expand housing in Escondido

by Will Fritz, Senior Staff Writer // November 3, 2016

A yes vote for Measure B on the San Diego County ballot would amend the county general plan to allow for a housing development in a rural area north of...

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San Diego City Attorney candidate speaks at SDSU

San Diego City Attorney candidate speaks at SDSU

by Tashfina Rahman, Contributor // October 4, 2016

Robert Hickey, a deputy district attorney for the San Diego County, is running for San Diego City Attorney and spoke at an event hosted by the SDSU College...

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City, county honors KCR College Radio

City, county honors KCR College Radio

by David Hernandez, News Editor // April 30, 2015

KCR College Radio, San Diego State’s student-run radio station, received honorable recognition from the city of San Diego on Tuesday. To commend the...

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KCR takes the gold in New York City

KCR takes the gold in New York City

by Alicia Chavez, Senior Staff Writer // April 20, 2015

In March, San Diego State’s student-run radio station, KCR, received the Golden Microphone for Best Online College Radio Station at the Intercollegiate...

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