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San Diego State has applied to the state Department of Health to be a COVID-19 vaccine distribution site.

SDSU delays in-person instruction to March, applies to distribute vaccine

by Patrick Doyle, Staff Writer // January 26, 2021

San Diego State will soon be distributing COVID-19 vaccines at Calpulli Center pending approval from the state of California. Meanwhile, the university...

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San Diego State students, faculty and staff can get tested for COVID-19 for free by appointment at Student Health Services at Calpulli Center.

SDSU to receive PPE donation from CSU alumna

by Patrick Doyle, Staff Writer // January 5, 2021

The California State University System has received a donation of 50,000 masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) from manufacturers Magic Ice...

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In-person instruction in Spring 2021 will start two weeks after students return from winter break to allow mandatory testing to occur.

Spring 2021 in-person instruction to be delayed two weeks to allow for COVID-19 testing

by Katelynn Robinson, Assistant News Editor // December 10, 2020

San Diego State will delay the start of in-person instruction in Spring 2021 for two weeks following students’ return from winter break, the university...

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The University Senate did not listen to the cries of students who strongly opposed eliminating the traditional Spring Break.

Editorial: How can students be expected to listen to a university that refuses to listen to them?

by The Editorial Board // December 2, 2020

Maybe we’re just naive. Or, maybe we just wish San Diego State would do the right thing by students for once. But the decision made at the University...

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SDSU eliminates Spring Break, adds “recovery days” despite massive student opposition

SDSU eliminates Spring Break, adds “recovery days” despite massive student opposition

by Patrick Doyle, Staff Writer // December 1, 2020

On Dec. 1, with over 700 people in attendance at the peak, the San Diego State University Senate voted 44 to 28 in favor of a change to the academic calendar...

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BREAKING: University Senate to vote on canceling Spring Break

BREAKING: University Senate to vote on canceling Spring Break

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

Spring Break is once again on the chopping block at San Diego State. On Dec. 1, the University Senate will vote on a proposal that will eliminate the...

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Americans will be reluctant to a hasty COVID-19 vaccine

Americans will be reluctant to a hasty COVID-19 vaccine

by Sebastian Mendoza, Contributor // November 30, 2020

Last December, the first Coronavirus case was reported in China, which at the time seemed like a small inconvenience but would soon turn into a major international...

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San Diego State students, faculty and staff can get tested for COVID-19 for free by appointment at Student Health Services at Calpulli Center.

COVID-19 Update: Cases on the rise, testing continues

by Catlan Nguyen, Social Media Editor // November 25, 2020

Since the start of the semester, San Diego State has reported 1,520 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19. This is the highest number reported at any...

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Ramm’s artistic style is heavily influenced by the Renaissance and Rococo movement.

Student artists endure creating from the comfort of their own home

by Maya Rodriguez, Staff Writer // November 22, 2020

COVID-19 has affected the lives of students in many ways, and some are student artists.  Tyler Young is a fourth-year Applied Design Major with an...

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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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SDSU pauses in-person instruction until spring

SDSU pauses in-person instruction until spring

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // November 18, 2020

On the same day that San Diego County reported 718 new cases of COVID-19, San Diego State announced that its remaining in-person courses would transition...

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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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