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Campus-wide email reinforces university's support for trans, non-binary students

Campus-wide email reinforces university’s support for trans, non-binary students

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // December 5, 2018

San Diego State Chief Diversity Officer J. Luke Wood and Dean of Students Randy Timm publicly supported transgender and non-binary members of the campus...

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The Refugee Holiday Fundraiser will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 5 from 5 to 7:30 p.m.

Preview: School of Public Affairs collecting supplies, monetary donations for Central American migrants

by Bella Ross, News Editor // December 3, 2018

In an effort to support the thousands of Central American migrants currently residing just over the Tijuana border, San Diego State’s School of Public...

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CSU extends application deadline into December in light of recent wildfires

CSU extends application deadline into December in light of recent wildfires

by David Santillan, Assistant News Editor // November 30, 2018

The California State University announced it will extend the priority application deadline for prospective students in an attempt to accommodate those...

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A.S. Update: University contemplates approach to supporting transborder commuter students

A.S. Update: University contemplates approach to supporting transborder commuter students

by Kaitlyn Little, Staff Writer // November 30, 2018

The Associated Students University Council met on Nov. 28 to discuss issues regarding the caravan of Central American migrants that has arrived in Tijuana...

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Campus religious group grapples with false sex trafficking rumors

by Kaitlyn Little, Staff Writer // November 14, 2018

Despite being proven false, rumors about a religious group targeting girls for human trafficking are still circulating on social media and some students...

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The decrease in the number of humanitites courses required to graduate has led to outrage on other CSU campuses where some students claim this decision will limit students’ exposure to varying cultural perspectives.

CSU implements changes to GE humanities requirements

by Aretha Matsushima, Contributor // October 17, 2018

California State University-wide changes to general education requirements, which have not yet been implemented at San Diego State, mean students will...

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SDSU moves up in top university rankings

SDSU moves up in top university rankings

by Ronald Penh, Contributor // September 20, 2018

San Diego State has continued its progression through the top university rankings, according to a 2019 release done by the U.S. News & World Report,...

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Burglaries, robberies up; vehicle thefts down at SDSU

Burglaries, robberies up; vehicle thefts down at SDSU

by Bella Ross, News Editor // September 19, 2018

The San Diego State University Police Department has reported significant changes in the prevalence of certain kinds of crimes on campus when compared...

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Eric Rivera will retire in December following many years of commitment to the CSU system.

Eric Rivera to retire in December

by Bella Ross, News Editor // September 13, 2018

After nearly a quarter-century serving the California State University system, Vice President for Student Affairs Eric Rivera will retire at the end of...

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Police: Suspects steal cell phone in second campus-area robbery incident in three days

Police: Suspects steal cell phone in second campus-area robbery incident in three days

by Bella Ross, News Editor // August 28, 2018

Two men made off with a cell phone Monday night in the second robbery incident on the streets near San Diego State's campus since Saturday, police said. Police...

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Car chase ends near SDSU on first day of classes

Car chase ends near SDSU on first day of classes

by David Santillan, Assistant News Editor // August 27, 2018

Three suspects were in custody Monday morning after a police chase ended on San Diego State’s campus. University officials sent out a text alert at...

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The Red and Black Shuttle will now service riders on three lines, some of which have off-campus stops.

Red and Black Shuttle expands off campus, to be accompanied by new transportation options

by Bella Ross, News Editor // August 24, 2018

Big changes are in store for San Diego State’s Red and Black Shuttle service, in an effort to attract more student riders. The shuttle, a service that...

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