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Students learn about global poverty through The Borgen Project

Students learn about global poverty through The Borgen Project

by Devin Whatley, Arts & Culture Editor // July 14, 2020

The Borgen Project, a nonprofit organization known for highlighting the issue of worldwide poverty in the U.S., held an informational event via Zoom on...

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Students protesting at the Climate Strike held on campus.

Student participation in politics has the power to make a change

by Oliver Krvaric, Contributor // October 16, 2019

One of the travesties of modern electoral politics is the observation that the cohorts of society that are most liable to inheriting the outcomes of ongoing...

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SDSU research center fosters student feminist activism

SDSU research center fosters student feminist activism

by Nicole Sazegar, Senior Staff Writer // March 14, 2016

The phrase “bread and roses” was the rallying cry of female workers on strike in the 20th century. The political slogan became an iconic reminder about...

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SDSU study suggests minimum wage increase may also increase welfare use, unemployment

SDSU study suggests minimum wage increase may also increase welfare use, unemployment

by Maria del Carmen Huerta , Senior Staff Writer // March 4, 2016

California’s minimum wage increased to $10 per hour on the start of the new year, which also extended to San Diego State student workers this semester....

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No excuses for poor student-voter turnout

No excuses for poor student-voter turnout

by Kenneth Leonard // November 19, 2013

This newspaper has run coverage of the special election taking place today, but what are the powers that will ensure a high turnout among college-age voters...

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