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Lolita's Mexican Food is set to open at South Campus Plaza fall 2019.

Lolita’s to open at South Campus Plaza this fall

by Daniel Farr, Contributor // August 21, 2019

Trujillo's Taco Shop and Señor Pancho’s have new competition on the east side of campus.  The San Diego-based Lolita’s Mexican Food will open...

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The Den closed over winter break and will soon undergo construction to become Plant Power, a vegan fast food restaurant.

The Den, Culinary Kitchen shut down over winter break

by Aretha Matsushima, Staff Writer // February 6, 2019

Two San Diego State dining options – The Den by Denny’s and the East Commons Culinary Theatre – will no longer be operating as restaurant competition...

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Dorms impose new security measures in response to cases of unauthorized entries

Dorms impose new security measures in response to cases of unauthorized entries

by Olivia Li, Staff Writer // November 7, 2018

After two people were caught trespassing in first-year residence halls, San Diego State Housing and Residential Education Administration has responded...

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Unauthorized guests cause security issues in residence halls

Unauthorized guests cause security issues in residence halls

by Aretha Matsushima, Contributor // October 4, 2018

Security risks at two campus residence halls have caused residential education staff to take action against the threat of unauthorized guests. Two non-residents...

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Poke One N Half is one of five South Campus Plaza restaurants that now accept meal plan.

South Campus Plaza dining options now on meal plan

by Shauny Silas, Staff Writer // September 5, 2018

Nearly a year and a half after the opening of the dining and housing complex, some South Campus Plaza restaurants will be added to student meal plans. The...

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Special Commentary: Some university public spaces need a transformation

by Tim Briggs // April 18, 2018

The University has ambitious plans for the future of the San Diego State campus.  San Diego voters will be asked to approve a ballot initiative authorizing...

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Maya and Olmeca have poor living conditions, yet students pay same price as those in new dorms

by Chelsey Crowne, Contributor // April 4, 2018

Not all living situations are equal, and none are more aware of this than the residents of Maya and Olmeca, two of San Diego State’s freshman dorms. Neither...

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Special Commentary: Housing office shouldn’t have neglected students in Maya

by Gianna Wood // January 31, 2018

Here is how the Maya mold situation happened. It all started one day in the beginning of December when a pair of girls moved out of their dorms because...

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Economics senior Kevin Woods shops at the new Trader Joe's in South Campus Plaza.

University offers new dining options

by Maya Carter, Staff Writer // September 6, 2017

The beginning of the fall 2017 semester comes with new dining options for SDSU students and faculty on campus. The first of these is Dickey’s Barbecue...

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Dining Services director gives update

Dining Services director gives update

by Spencer White, Staff Writer // May 3, 2017

As the academic year comes to a close, a number of changes are coming to on-campus dining options. San Diego State Dining Services Director Paul Melchior...

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New construction impacts students

by Nicole Badgley, Staff Writer // March 1, 2017

South Campus Plaza opened on Jan. 15 to house a portion of freshmen living in the dorms. One of the freshmen resident dorms, Tenochca, closed over winter...

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South Campus Plaza Tour

February 15, 2017

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