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It’s time to erase digital dinosaur Blackboard

by Danny Dyer, Contributor

January 25, 2017

For students, it is the revealer of grades, an informant for missed lectures and the nerve center of all valuable information. For professors, it is the most accessible platform for widespread communication, a virtual chalkboard...

CSU data breach exposes SDSU students

by Colleen Larson, Senior Staff Writer

September 9, 2015

A data breach of California State University records has exposed personal information of some San Diego State students. The breach revealed data of roughly 79,000 students from eight CSU campuses, including SDSU. Affected ...

Digital era glitches attention span

by Anna Waletzko, Staff Columnist

March 25, 2015

Statistics show that most people probably won’t finish reading this article. Millennials are considered the “lucky generation,” especially when it comes to research. We don’t have to sit in a library, go through catalogs,...

Cyberspace codes ground for social anarchy

by KC Stanfield, Staff Columnist

February 23, 2015

If the Internet was a physical place, it’d be just like the Wild West. The only difference would be that the sheriff is a toddler with a water gun and there are twice as many bandits. Don’t get me wrong, modern technology...

Forget the ‘right to forget’

by Anthony Berteaux, Assistant Opinion Editor

February 23, 2015

The human mind is a complex uncertainty. Our memories, and the process in which we remember and forget, are complicated processes mired in subjective experiences which construct our recollections. In many ways, we hand-pick...

Revenge porn sparks nude awakening

by Emmilly Nguyen, Senior Staff Writer

February 23, 2015

Technology allows you check the weather before getting dressed, text a friend weekend plans, send your mom cute puppy pictures and ruin someone’s reputation at the click or tap of a few buttons. On Jan. 28, a San Diego State...