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I took the GRE and passed, here’s what you should know

I took the GRE and passed, here’s what you should know

by Jake Greenfield, Contributor // September 15, 2020

For those that don’t know, the Graduate Record Exam, or GRE, is a four-hour, $200 hoop ambitious students looking to further their education after obtaining...

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Music can be a helpful tool for studying

Music can be a helpful tool for studying

by Ryan Hardison, Staff Writer // March 22, 2020

The impact of music in our daily lives is well known, but many people don’t realize the educational benefits of music. A 2010 study done by the University...

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Perfect places to study and relax on campus

Perfect places to study and relax on campus

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Staff Writer // August 16, 2018

On a campus with over 35,000 students, it can be challenging to find a quiet space to study, let alone a peaceful place to relax. However, hidden in some...

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An SDSU student smokes a cigarette on campus — where smoking is prohibited.

SDSU study addresses concerns about indoor smoking bans

by Bella Ross, Staff Writer // February 7, 2018

Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the study looked into effects of outdoor smoking bans, rather than indoor. A collaborative...

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SDSU scientists discover new way for viruses to fight bacteria

SDSU scientists discover new way for viruses to fight bacteria

by Jasmine Bermudez, Staff Writer // November 6, 2015

New research from a team of San Diego State scientists has the potential to prevent the spread of dangerous bacteria in the human body. Their work was...

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New site allows students to share notes

New site allows students to share notes

by Maria Del Carmen Huerta, Contributor // September 30, 2015

The company StudyMode has created a shareable portal where students can upload and access class notes from various courses. The system is in its early...

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Aztecs abroad in Istanbul

Aztecs abroad in Istanbul

by Jamie Ballard, Staff Writer // September 16, 2015

Editor’s Note: This story introduces a series of reports from our correspondent studying in Istanbul, Turkey, an eclectic city on the border of the world’s...

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SDSU tracks adult autism 

SDSU tracks adult autism 

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer // August 26, 2015

More than 3.5 million Americans live with autism spectrum disorder. Between 2002 and 2010 autism has increased between 6 and 15 percent each year. Despite...

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SDSU study: eating times may lead to healthiness

SDSU study: eating times may lead to healthiness

by Adriana Millar, Staff Writer // April 13, 2015

According to a new San Diego State study, the time someone eats may be as important as what he or she eats. The new study, recently published by...

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Millennials prove to be progressive

Millennials prove to be progressive

by Emily Brennan, Staff Writer // February 2, 2015

Millennials are the most confident, connected, open-minded and progressive generation, according to recent studies. "Millennials, A Portrait of Generation...

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