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Project Rebound gives formerly incarcerated students a second chance

by Brandon Balayan, Contributor // October 5, 2020

During COVID-19, being confined to the four walls of our homes may be a new experience. However, the students of Project Rebound are all too familiar with...

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SDSU mandatory housing is overpriced

by Catherine Van Weele, Opinion Editor // August 14, 2019

Dorm-life is a staple of the college experience. It is supposed to be a fun and exciting time when you can make new friends and learn how to be independent.  Perhaps...

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How to be successful as a freshman

How to be successful as a freshman

by Ellyse Logan, Contributor // August 14, 2019

Another school year begins as the summer heat continues to burn us out. Oddly enough, I am excited for school to start and to hangout with the friends...

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Sophomore Success Program strives to prepare underclassmen

by Maya Al Zaben, Renae Wallace // October 5, 2018

San Diego State implemented a new program called Sophomore Success this Fall 2018 semester. This program requires Freshmen and Sophomores to live on campus...

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Getting transfer students involved is key to their success

by Jimmy Janszen, Contributor // October 1, 2015

The average weighted GPA of an admitted transfer student at San Diego State for fall 2014 was 3.20, according to the university. But even with academic...

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