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Author IDs victims of 1948 plane crash

Author IDs victims of 1948 plane crash

October 11, 2017

On Jan. 28, 1948 more than 100 people witnessed a fiery aircraft spiral out of control and crash into a mountain range in the California Central Valley. On...

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What to expect in Italy, France and England

What to expect in Italy, France and England

October 21, 2015

Prior to this summer, I’d never been abroad. I’d always dreamed of studying abroad, and this summer, vacationing with my family solidified that dream....

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Sororities enforce ‘structural inequality’ by not allowing alcohol

October 7, 2015

When the weekend comes around, people flock to the fraternity houses. There’s a constant stream of foot traffic on frat row as kegs are rolled in,...

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‘More than just food’: SDSU Foodies explore networking opportunities

September 23, 2015

We all know that the food on campus can get tiring, but some students have taken action. Meet the people combining management experience and delicious...

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Pro/Con: Group protects ‘wrongfully accused’

September 18, 2015

Pro By Anthony Berteaux When Title IX was signed into law by President Nixon on June 23, 1972, for all intents and purposes, Title IX had a noble...

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How to talk to your professors: A primer for freshmen

How to talk to your professors: A primer for freshmen

August 19, 2015

Warning: Despite popular belief, not all professors will wear tweed blazers or be Ted Mosby. And no, they don’t bite. But talking to your professor...

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Smart drugs lack in intelligent execution

‘Smart drugs’ lack in intelligent execution

April 20, 2015

We drink a lot of coffee — a not-so-unique self-assessment of college students — and the long lines at Big City Bagels and Starbucks prove it. With...

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Trolley system allows safety to coast by

April 9, 2015

It’s well known that San Diego State isn’t located in the safest part of the city. For many factors, some of which are uncontrollable, our campus is...

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Concealed gun law misses the mark

Concealed gun law misses the mark

April 6, 2015

It’s not uncommon for students to carry pepper spray on key chains to feel a sense of security on campus. However, with newly proposed legislation,...

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Digital era glitches attention span

March 25, 2015

Statistics show that most people probably won’t finish reading this article. Millennials are considered the “lucky generation,” especially when...

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Accessorizing spirituality disrespects faith

March 23, 2015

Identifying more with spirituality than religion is becoming increasingly common, especially among the younger generation. But with this popularity comes...

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College rankings rate low on measures of accuracy

March 11, 2015

According to U.S. News & World Report College Rankings, San Diego State is ranked as No. 149 in the nation.  Every September, this highly anticipated...

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Racial privilege not so black and white

February 9, 2015

“White racism” has recently become a  prominent topic in the United States: from white folks claiming the Obamacare tax on tanning beds is “reverse-racist,”...

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Social media feeds into depression

December 1, 2014

More than one billion people around the world have Facebook accounts. Twitter has 232 million users and Instagram has around 200 million. For many people,...

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The not-so-fresh living conditions of freshmen

The not-so-fresh living conditions of freshmen

October 15, 2014

As a freshman, when I tell someone I’m living in an apartment instead of a dorm they’re usually envious. This reaction surprises me, until I realize...

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