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SDSU requires COVID-19 vaccine, no longer pending FDA approval

SDSU requires COVID-19 vaccine, no longer pending FDA approval

by Trinity Bland, Managing Editor // July 27, 2021

On July 27, the California State University (CSU) system declared the COVID-19 vaccine will be required for students, faculty and staff, including auxiliary...

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University now offering Pfizer vaccine to SDSU community

University now offering Pfizer vaccine to SDSU community

by Trinity Bland, Managing Editor // July 22, 2021

As of July 20, San Diego State will now offer the Pfizer vaccine to increase COVID-19 vaccine access for members of the SDSU community and in preparation...

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Students disagree on new on-campus mask requirements

Students disagree on new on-campus mask requirements

by Katelynn Robinson, News Editor // July 14, 2021

San Diego State announced new COVID-19 safety guidelines for students returning to campus for the Fall 2021 semester in a university-wide email on Friday,...

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School of Public Health launches home COVID test program

School of Public Health launches home COVID test program

by Catlan Nguyen, Editor in Chief // July 11, 2021

In preparation for the return of in-person classes, San Diego State’s School of Public Health will distribute 6,000 home testing kits for COVID-19 at...

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In-person commencement ceremonies reunite students

In-person commencement ceremonies reunite students

by Josh Petrofsky and Jayne Yutig // June 1, 2021

The College of Education and College of Sciences at San Diego State kicked off three days of historic in-person commencement ceremonies at Petco Park on...

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SDSU’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement stirs student opinion

by Evelyn Martinez, Staff Writer // April 28, 2021

On April 23, San Diego State announced that immunization against COVID-19 will be required for students, faculty and staff who plan to access the campus...

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San Diego County moves to orange tier and vaccine eligibility expands

by Josh Petrofsky, Staff Writer // April 14, 2021

San Diego County moved into the orange tier of California’s COVID-19 prevention framework last Wednesday, April 7. The move comes after San Diego County...

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Viejas para su función de vacunaciones el 30 de junio

SDSU prepares to make vaccines available to students

by Sara Rott, Staff Writer // April 14, 2021

It was announced that on April 15, those 16 and older in San Diego County would be eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccines.  San Diego State is providing...

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Fall 2021 to be primarily in-person, San Diego State announces

Fall 2021 to be primarily in-person, San Diego State announces

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // April 7, 2021

San Diego State is planning to offer primarily in-person instruction in the fall and open on-campus housing to thousands of more students, university leaders...

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San Diego County opening vaccination site at Viejas Arena

by Alexa Oslowski, Photo Editor // March 22, 2021

Starting on March 23, Viejas Arena will become San Diego County’s newest vaccine site, according to an email sent by San Diego State President Adela...

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San Diego County expanding vaccine eligibility to general public with high-risk medical conditions

by Josh Petrofsky, Contributor // March 17, 2021

On Monday, March 15, San Diego County opened vaccine eligibility to members of the general public with high-risk medical conditions outlined in Phase 1C...

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San Diego State freshmen move out of campus housing in mid-March amid the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

Students remember chaos, uncertainty of coronavirus dorm closures last year

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Senior Staff Writer // March 17, 2021

This week marks one year since San Diego State students went virtual and on-campus students were given just one day to move out. After classes were...

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