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Opinion: Why you should get the COVID-19 vaccine

Opinion: Why you should get the COVID-19 vaccine

by Sara Rott, Staff Writer // April 21, 2021

It's been a year since what's felt like the world has shut down, a pandemic struck and barriers prevented us from going about our daily lives. Now we...

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Perspective: Interning at a hospital in a pandemic

Perspective: Interning at a hospital in a pandemic

by Jake Greenfield, Staff Writer // April 14, 2021

In Oct. 2020, many businesses were shuttered and the pandemic raged on. When a friend reached out and asked if I was interested in an internship with the...

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It’s okay to have had an unproductive year in quarantine

It’s okay to have had an unproductive year in quarantine

by Patrick Doyle, Senior Staff Writer // March 17, 2021

It often feels like everyone except ourselves has emerged from this pandemic stronger. Reflecting upon a year of lockdowns resulting in a plethora of...

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Column: Top ten ways to spend your rest and recovery days

Column: Top ten ways to spend your rest and recovery days

by Emily Forschen, Staff Writer // March 10, 2021

If you’re following anyone on social media, you know how excited everyone is that spring break has been changed to a series of “recovery days” on...

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Love Library should reopen with limited capacity

Love Library should reopen with limited capacity

by Willem Quigley, Staff Writer // February 17, 2021

Students living on or near campus in the College Area have no practical place to study outside of their residence hall, apartment or house.  Despite...

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Exercising at home has become the new normal amid pandemic

Exercising at home has become the new normal amid pandemic

by Megan Nimtz, Contributor // February 2, 2021

We are in what seems like a national shortage of happiness.  With a year unlike any other, individuals are turning to alcohol and drugs to boost their...

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SDSU has good intentions in creating rest and recovery days

SDSU has good intentions in creating rest and recovery days

by Sara Rott, Contributor // January 27, 2021

Rest and Recovery days are often used in terms of exercise. Getting enough rest after a high-level performance gives the body time to repair and strengthen...

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The University Senate did not listen to the cries of students who strongly opposed eliminating the traditional Spring Break.

Editorial: How can students be expected to listen to a university that refuses to listen to them?

by The Editorial Board // December 2, 2020

Maybe we’re just naive. Or, maybe we just wish San Diego State would do the right thing by students for once. But the decision made at the University...

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Americans will be reluctant to a hasty COVID-19 vaccine

Americans will be reluctant to a hasty COVID-19 vaccine

by Sebastian Mendoza, Contributor // November 30, 2020

Last December, the first Coronavirus case was reported in China, which at the time seemed like a small inconvenience but would soon turn into a major international...

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The struggle with Zoom fatigue is real

The struggle with Zoom fatigue is real

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // November 12, 2020

For many of us, working from home or having to take part in online classes means we spend a lot of time on video meeting applications like Zoom. We are...

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Distance learning presents students with a number of disadvantages

Distance learning presents students with a number of disadvantages

by Shalika Oza, Staff Writer // October 2, 2020

With San Diego State scaling back operations this March – stopping all but essential research and transitioning the majority of classes online – due...

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One night of fun isn't worth contracting COVID-19

One night of fun isn’t worth contracting COVID-19

by Catherine Van Weele, Senior Staff Writer // September 17, 2020

Humans are social beings.  College students in particular crave human interactions.  This is a period in life when many young people leave their...

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