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Bella Ross

Bella Ross, Editor in Chief

Bella Ross is an SDSU senior double majoring in journalism and political science. She started working at The Daily Aztec in the news section in Fall 2017 and started to make videos for the newspaper in the Spring. She also works as an intern for Voice of San Diego and does some freelance work. In the past, she's worked at KPBS, inewsource and The San Diego Union-Tribune. She is hoping to report on national politics for a large newspaper one day. Follow her on Twitter @BellaMayaRoss.

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Senior Farewell: Bella Ross

Senior Farewell: Bella Ross

May 15, 2020

College felt like it lasted exactly two seconds. I truly can’t believe it’s almost been four years since I moved into Zura as a freshman at San Diego...

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SDSU students begin receiving CARES Act disbursements

SDSU students begin receiving CARES Act disbursements

May 8, 2020

Updated: Monday, May 11 at 1:30 p.m. San Diego State has confirmed the disbursement of CARES Act funding to students and released the criteria officials...

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Signs outside of a construction zone by the SDSU Gateway Center warn about the dangers of COVID-19 and how to stay safe.

[Photo] $130 million in projects suspended at SDSU to mitigate impacts of coronavirus

May 7, 2020

Signs outside of a construction zone by the SDSU Gateway Center warn about the dangers of COVID-19 and how to stay safe.

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CSU Chancellor Timothy White said earlier this month that the only refunds students would be getting would be for parking, meal plans and residence halls.

Students sue CSU over lack of refunds for mandatory campus fees

April 30, 2020

A class action lawsuit was filed Monday against the California State University system, demanding prorated refunds for mandatory campus fees that provide...

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San Diego State’s Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex recently earned its LEED Gold certification.

Some departments unable to apply credit/no credit courses toward graduation requirements

April 29, 2020

Editor's Note: This story incorrectly says ABET, an accrediting body for engineering programs, does not permit grading alterations in light of COVID-19....

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Data: Freshmen, transfer graduation rates at SDSU among highest in CSU system

Data: Freshmen, transfer graduation rates at SDSU among highest in CSU system

April 17, 2020

Data on graduation rates across the California State University system places San Diego State toward the top of the bunch when it comes to students who...

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SDSU extends deadline for withdrawing from courses, offers limited credit/no credit option

SDSU extends deadline for withdrawing from courses, offers limited credit/no credit option

April 15, 2020

San Diego State is extending the course withdrawal deadline to May 7 and offering a credit/no credit option for qualifying classes in an attempt to provide...

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Diplo is one of the many artists on Instagram who is partaking in live shows online amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

[Photo] Music industry moves online with livestreams, fundraisers

April 14, 2020

Diplo is one of the many artists on Instagram who is partaking in live shows online amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Brenden Tuccinardi will serve as The Daily Aztecs editor in chief for the 2020-2021 school year.

Blog: Brenden Tuccinardi named editor in chief for 2020-21

April 8, 2020

Brenden Tuccinardi, a former engagement editor for The Daily Aztec, has been named editor in chief for the 2020-2021 academic year. Since Fall 2017,...

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Candidates from Serve SDSYOU and SDSU 2020 Vision set up signs outside Hepner Hall as part of their campaigns, despite the campus being largely empty as a result of COVID-19.

[Photo] The Daily Aztec endorses Christian Holt for A.S. president, members from both slates for other positions

March 24, 2020

Candidates from Serve SDSYOU and SDSU 2020 Vision set up signs outside Hepner Hall as part of their campaigns, despite the campus being largely empty as...

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A.S. presidential candidate Christian Holt ran for executive vice president last year and lost. He is now reusing his previous campaign account for his new slate, putting SDSU 2020 Vision hundreds of followers ahead of Serve SDSYOU.

SDSU 2020 Vision recycles old Instagram account, putting them hundreds of followers ahead of competitors

March 22, 2020

Not even a week before candidates in this year’s Associated Students elections were able to launch their campaigns, San Diego State’s campus went from...

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San Diego State will no longer host in-person courses due to coronavirus concerns, although online learning is set to continue for the remainder of the semester.

[Photo] Everything we currently know about the coronavirus at SDSU

March 18, 2020

San Diego State will no longer host in-person courses due to coronavirus concerns, although online learning is set to continue for the remainder of the...

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San Diego State will no longer host in-person courses due to coronavirus concerns, although online learning is set to continue for the remainder of the semester.

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March 18, 2020

San Diego State will no longer host in-person courses due to coronavirus concerns, although online learning is set to continue for the remainder of the...

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

[Photo] Students remember chaos, uncertainty of coronavirus dorm closures last year

March 17, 2021

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

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Just a few days before SDSU shut down most campus operations, students practiced social distancing at the Starbucks in the student union. The location had about half the tables it normally would in an attempt to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

[Photo] Opinion: Health should be our main concern, not productivity

March 24, 2020

Just a few days before SDSU shut down most campus operations, students practiced social distancing at the Starbucks in the student union. The location...

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group of graduates holding diploma

CSU: Commencement ceremonies to be postponed, virtual platforms adopted system-wide

March 17, 2020

All campuses within the California State University system are planning to postpone commencement ceremonies due to coronavirus concerns, according to an...

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Non-essential campus workers asked to stop coming to work, library closes indefinitely

Non-essential campus workers asked to stop coming to work, library closes indefinitely

March 17, 2020

A late-night email from campus leaders asked any non-essential campus employees who can do their jobs remotely to stay home in an effort to slow the spread...

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SDSU to go online-only starting Friday, cancels most events until April 8

SDSU to go online-only starting Friday, cancels most events until April 8

March 12, 2020

Effective Friday, March 13, all face-to-face instruction aside from lab classes will be halted to prevent the spread of coronavirus, superseding an announcement...

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SDSU suspends all spring break, summer study abroad programs to prevent coronavirus spread

SDSU suspends all spring break, summer study abroad programs to prevent coronavirus spread

March 9, 2020

San Diego State has chosen to suspend all spring break and summer study abroad programs in an effort to reduce student exposure to the coronavirus, according...

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Jan. 18th, 2020 - San Diego Womens March

[Photo] We still need feminism to enact social change

January 22, 2020

Jan. 18th, 2020 - San Diego Women's March

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New details come forth about investigation into death of SDSU freshman

New details come forth about investigation into death of SDSU freshman

January 20, 2020

San Diego State is being forced to address questions surrounding the November death of freshman Dylan Hernandez following the release of details from a...

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People across San Diego show up to the march, along with groups like Planned Parenthood and pro-reproductive and LGBTQIA+ rights organizations.

[Photo] Fourth annual Women’s March takes place in Downtown San Diego

January 18, 2020

People across San Diego show up to the march, along with groups like Planned Parenthood and pro-reproductive and LGBTQIA+ rights organizations.

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Released photo of the man suspected of inappropriately exposing himself in a campus parking lot on Dec. 14.

Police searching for man suspected of indecent exposure on campus

December 16, 2019

Campus police are actively searching for a man suspected of exposing himself inappropriately in a campus parking lot this weekend, according to a community...

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Students, faculty members, teachers, parents and other supporters took to California campuses and streets March 2010 to protest fee increases and funding cuts.

Top SDSU stories of the 2010s

December 11, 2019

2009-2010: Students Approval Student Union Remodel The white-and-teal behemoth that now serves as SDSU’s student union was once subject to the kinds...

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Dylan Hernandez, a freshman at SDSU, died on Nov. 8 after falling off his bunk bed in his dorm room. He had attended a fraternity party before the incident.

University announces members of task forces to investigate alcohol, student safety

November 27, 2019

San Diego State has announced the members of two presidential task forces to study alcohol and substance abuse, as well as student safety generally, after...

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Residents of Aztec Corner have turned to the internet to petition living conditions and long maintenance repair times.

[Photo] Aztec Corner residents blast student housing, maintenance for ‘god awful conditions’

November 19, 2019

Residents of Aztec Corner have turned to the internet to petition living conditions and long maintenance repair times.

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Biology professor Chris Glembotski meets with his students outside Student Services East due to a campus power outage on Nov. 12.

[Photo] Power outage occurs across San Diego, SDSU classes canceled

November 12, 2019

Biology professor Chris Glembotski meets with his students outside Student Services East due to a campus power outage on Nov. 12.

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All 14 IFC-affiliated fraternities suspended following incident at chapter party

All 14 IFC-affiliated fraternities suspended following incident at chapter party

November 8, 2019

San Diego State President Adela de la Torre has suspended all Interfraternity Council chapters after SDSU Police launched an investigation into an incident...

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A screenshot of the College Republicans Twitter page, a key part of the organizations rebrand.

College Republicans lean into right-wing rebrand in return to campus

October 30, 2019

After a rough start to the calendar year, the San Diego State College Republicans are looking to make a comeback on campus. But the organization’s...

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Bombero sofoca incendio de maleza al este del campus y causó evacuaciones.

Brush fire near SDSU sparks road closure, apartment evacuations

September 15, 2019

UPDATE: 5:40 p.m. A campus-wide email from university police around 5:30 p.m. said the fire is now fully contained. The email did not identify a...

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Some science labs and offices remain open in the Professional Studies and Fine Arts building at San Diego State University as renovations continue, July 25, 2019.

SDSU put students, faculty in harm’s way when construction project went awry, records show

August 26, 2019

Faced with a deadline to finish $2.5 million in renovations to a San Diego State University building or risk losing most of the funds, campus officials...

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[Video] Hundreds march to protest migrant detention centers in San Ysidro

July 12, 2019

Activists gathered to protest the living conditions of the migrant detention centers, abolish ICE and raise awareness.

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The PSFA building on the west end of campus will shut down temporarily on March 13 after fumes from construction on the roof reportedly caused some faculty members to become sick.

PSFA to reopen next week, could see another two years of improvements

May 23, 2019

A campus-wide email sent on Wednesday afternoon said the Professional Studies and Fine Arts building – heading into the 10th week of its temporary closure...

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Womens Resource Center issues campus-wide apology after sharing disrespectful pro-Palestine photo

Women’s Resource Center issues campus-wide apology after sharing ‘disrespectful’ pro-Palestine photo

May 16, 2019

The Women’s Resource Center at San Diego State sent a campus-wide email on Thursday afternoon apologizing for featuring a “disrespectful” image on...

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Year in review: Meningitis outbreak, Greek life suspensions, racism on campus

Year in review: Meningitis outbreak, Greek life suspensions, racism on campus

May 8, 2019

Meningitis Outbreak One of the first big news stories of the year landed when a student attending sorority rush events on the weekend of Sept. 1 contracted...

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El Alma: Letter from the editor

El Alma: Letter from the editor

May 8, 2019

The only thing that could make the process of producing a magazine more exhausting would be focusing the entire thing on the issue of sexual assault. I...

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Carley Fischer, the lead singer of San Diego punk band Creature Culture, performing at the Che Cafe on April 19.

[Video] Local San Diego music scene gets a taste of cancel culture

May 8, 2019

Note: This story includes explicit descriptions of sexual assault. In 2018, NPR reported in a podcast that fans of the hardcore music scene in Richmond,...

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PSFA debacle prompts de la Torre to improve university communications

PSFA debacle prompts de la Torre to improve university communications

May 1, 2019

President Adela de la Torre acknowledged what she described as the failure of San Diego State’s communications department to nimbly and transparently...

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[Video] NFL draft prospect from SDSU accused of emotional, physical abuse

April 24, 2019

Note: This story includes explicit descriptions of domestic violence. He’s 6 feet 6 inches tall and 312 pounds. He’s a 2019 NFL draft prospect and...

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Speech, language and hearing sciences freshmen Ashley Vanderpan and Serena Godson share a meal at Plant Power, including an avocado wrap and a burger.

[Photo] Plant Power attracts over 1,100 customers on first day of business

April 17, 2019

Speech, language and hearing sciences freshmen Ashley Vanderpan and Serena Godson share a meal at Plant Power, including an avocado wrap and a burger.

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Students line up for meningitis vaccinations outside of Viejas Arena on Oct. 8 after this years first meningitis scare.

‘Probable case’ of meningitis reported after Greek life events, clinics scheduled for this week

April 17, 2019

A “probable case” of meningococcal meningitis has been reported at San Diego State, with possible ties to Greek life events that occurred over the...

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The Black Resource center experienced a break-in sometime between Friday, April 12 and Sunday morning.

Police investigating vandalism at Black Resource Center

April 14, 2019

An incident of vandalism that hit San Diego State's Black Resource Center over the weekend has prompted a police investigation. University spokeswoman...

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President Adela de la Torre addresses Viejas Arena, filled with university community members, at her inauguration on April 11.

Adela de la Torre’s inauguration focuses on fostering curiosity, courage and compassion

April 11, 2019

As if 10 months on the job wasn’t enough to make it official, President Adela de la Torre celebrated her official inauguration in an April 11 ceremony...

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San Diego State President Adela de la Torre walks toward guests after a flag raising ceremony in June 2018.

Preview: President Adela de la Torre’s inauguration planned for April 11

April 10, 2019

After joining the San Diego State community in June 2018, President Adela de la Torre will have her official inauguration on Thursday, April 11. The...

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SDSU says communication about PSFA odor issues was a ‘failure,’ building to remain closed

April 9, 2019

Confusion and annoyance marked the tone of the second open forum about the closure of a campus building on April 8, as former occupants grappled with news...

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Students pass the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts building at San Diego State University on March 28, 2019. The building was closed from odors because of roofing repairs.

Health concerns, complaints over noxious fumes prompt action by SDSU president

April 4, 2019

This story is the product of a collaboration between The Daily Aztec and inewsource. Brad Racino is a senior investigative reporter for inewsource. More...

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A student passes the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts building at San Diego State on March 28, 2019. The building was closed from odors because of roofing repairs.

Noxious odors sickened students, staff at SDSU; county air authorities investigating

April 2, 2019

This story is the product of a collaboration between The Daily Aztec and inewsource. Brad Racino is a senior investigative reporter for inewsource. County...

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A student placed  post-it with words of support on a wooden board in the student union on March 25.

Muslim students stand in solidarity with victims of New Zealand shooting

March 27, 2019

In a display of solidarity following the shooting at a mosque in New Zealand, San Diego State’s Muslim Student Association took a few hours to honor...

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The PSFA building was closed temporarily on March 13 after roof construction resulted in an odor throughout the building. Some faculty members said this odor resulted in health symptoms such as sore throats, itchy eyes, nausea and headaches. Fans were placed throughout the building in an effort to reduce the odor.

PSFA remains closed due to odor issues, but roof repairs completed

March 22, 2019

This story was updated at 11:20 a.m. on March 27 with the most recent information available. The temporary closure of the Professional Studies and Fine...

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Presidential candidates Mariya Nadberezhna and Christian Onwuka debate in Montezuma Hall on Wednesday, March 20. The debates were moved out of the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union due to inclement weather.

A.S. presidential candidates face off in last day of debates

March 21, 2019

At the final Associated Students debate before voting opens next Monday, the candidates for A.S. president faced off through discussion of issues such...

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A.S. vice president of financial affairs candidate Dustin Adkins.

A.S. vice president of financial affairs candidate Dustin Adkins

March 20, 2019

Position: Vice President of Financial Affairs Name: Dustin Adkins Year: Junior Major: Economics and Sociology Slate: Vote SDSU Why did...

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College View Estates is one of many neighborhoods surrounding SDSU where students tend to rent single-family homes to live in with roommates.

[Photo] How to navigate the world of off-campus housing

March 13, 2019

College View Estates is one of many neighborhoods surrounding SDSU where students tend to rent single-family homes to live in with roommates.

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The campus flower stand has transitioned ownership to become SDSU Flowers.

[Photo] Campus flower stand under new ownership

March 13, 2019

The campus flower stand has transitioned ownership to become SDSU Flowers.

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The PSFA building on the west end of campus will shut down temporarily on March 13 after fumes from construction on the roof reportedly caused some faculty members to become sick.

PSFA building set to shut down temporarily after construction fumes led faculty members to fall ill

March 12, 2019

This story was updated at 6:50 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12 with an official statement from the university. The Professional Studies and Fine Arts building...

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Members of MEChA de SDSU gathered outside Arts and Letters on March 6 to rally in solidarity with poor students.

[Photo] MEChA rally leads University Senate to consider economic factors in admissions, extend Compact for Success program

March 13, 2019

Members of MEChA de SDSU gathered outside Arts and Letters on March 6 to rally in solidarity with poor students.

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Student Success Specialist for PSFA Renee Rodriguez-Merino works in a temporary office space on the fourth floor of Adams Humanities after dangerous fumes in the PSFA building have deemed the area unsafe for faculty.

[Photo] Dangerous fumes force faculty out of PSFA building

March 6, 2019

Student Success Specialist for PSFA Renee Rodriguez-Merino works in a temporary office space on the fourth floor of Adams Humanities after dangerous fumes...

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Rillo Moons reacts to the sound of a racial slur being shouted at the Black Resource Center on campus in a video posted to their Twitter.

Viral video captures racial slur being shouted at SDSU’s Black Resource Center

March 4, 2019

This story was updated on March 6, 2019 to include information about the campus healing circles held after the video went viral. A viral video originating...

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Official rendering of San Diego States plans for the SDCCU Stadium site.

SDSU and city of San Diego announce Mission Valley project negotiating teams

March 4, 2019

San Diego State and the city of San Diego are now one step further in the sale process of the SDCCU stadium site after both parties declared their negotiation...

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Rendering of the SDSU Innovation District in Mission Valley.

Voice of San Diego files suit against SDSU

February 27, 2019

After a months-long battle to obtain public records from San Diego State pertaining to its plans for the Mission Valley stadium site, local nonprofit media...

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The Halal Shack is set to replace Dickeys in East Commons by fall 2019.

[Photo] New halal-certified restaurant to open in East Commons

February 20, 2019

The Halal Shack is set to replace Dickey's in East Commons by fall 2019.

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Students can go to the circulation desk at the Malcom A. Love Library to check out textbooks from Course Reserves.

[Photo] Long-underutilized Course Reserves give students opportunity to save on textbooks

February 20, 2019

Students can go to the circulation desk at the Malcom A. Love Library to check out textbooks from Course Reserves.

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The university agreed to lease the apartment complex to accommodate more than 600 sophomores starting fall 2019.

[Photo] University takes over Aztec Corner for sophomore housing

February 20, 2019

The university agreed to lease the apartment complex to accommodate more than 600 sophomores starting fall 2019.

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Plant Power, which is set to replace The Den next year, features an all-vegan menu with items such as hamburgers and shakes.

[Photo] Vegan fast food restaurant set to replace The Den in spring 2020

February 13, 2019

Plant Power, which is set to replace The Den next year, features an all-vegan menu with items such as hamburgers and shakes.

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Senior Jenny Moinard competes during the Aztecs 4-0 win over Cal Poly on Feb. 10 at the Aztec Tennis Center.

[Photo] Women’s tennis dominates during 4-0 shutout over Cal Poly

February 10, 2019

Senior Jenny Moinard competes during the Aztecs 4-0 win over Cal Poly on Feb. 10 at the Aztec Tennis Center.

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Junior Fabian Roensdorf competes during the Aztecs 4-3 loss to Northern Arizona on Feb. 10 at the Aztec Tennis Center.

[Photo] Men’s tennis drops close match to Northern Arizona

February 10, 2019

Junior Fabian Roensdorf competes during the Aztecs 4-3 loss to Northern Arizona on Feb. 10 at the Aztec Tennis Center.

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The Den closed over winter break and will soon undergo construction to become Plant Power, a vegan fast food restaurant.

[Photo] The Den, Culinary Kitchen shut down over winter break

February 6, 2019

The Den closed over winter break and will soon undergo construction to become Plant Power, a vegan fast food restaurant.

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Vending machines will begin accepting OneCards as payment starting this semester.

[Photo] Campus vending machines now accepting OneCards as payment

January 30, 2019

Vending machines will begin accepting OneCards as payment starting this semester.

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Thousands met up in downtown San Diego on Jan. 19 to participate in the third annual Womens March.

[Photo] Thousands take to streets for third annual Women’s March

January 23, 2019

Thousands met up in downtown San Diego on Jan. 19 to participate in the third annual Women's March.

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Economics professor Joseph Sabias college blog has him in trouble, even leading the U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce to cancel a hearing he was set to testify at this afternoon.

Professor accused of writing sexist, homophobic blog posts in his college years

December 12, 2018

The resurfacing of a number of sexist and homophobic blog posts has landed a San Diego State professor in hot water, leading the U.S. House Committee on...

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This semester marks President Adela de la Torres first in the position.

Fall 2018: The semester in review

December 12, 2018

Here are some of the highlights from this semester. SDSU’s New President History was made this year at San Diego State with the inauguration of...

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Border Angels Outreach Coordinator Leticia Guzman displays a photo of migrants in Tijuana on their first days in the city to a class at San Diego State on Dec. 10.

Border Angels event tackles big issues surrounding migrant caravan

December 11, 2018

When walking through a migrant shelter in Tijuana, Mexico, Border Angels Outreach Coordinator Leticia Guzman said those she spoke with would often approach...

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Shake Smart has two locations on campus, one in the Aztec Student Union and one outside of the Aztec Recreation Center.

[Photo] SDSU alumni earn spot on Forbes’ ‘30 Under 30’ list for campus-born company Shake Smart

December 5, 2018

Shake Smart has two locations on campus, one in the Aztec Student Union and one outside of the Aztec Recreation Center.

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The Refugee Holiday Fundraiser will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 5 from 5 to 7:30 p.m.

Preview: School of Public Affairs collecting supplies, monetary donations for Central American migrants

December 3, 2018

In an effort to support the thousands of Central American migrants currently residing just over the Tijuana border, San Diego State’s School of Public...

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Students had the opportunity to enroll for CalFresh in the student union as part of a Nov. 14 event.

[Photo] Students enroll in food assistance program as part of university’s effort to reduce food insecurity on campus

November 21, 2018

Students had the opportunity to enroll for CalFresh in the student union as part of a Nov. 14 event.

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San Diego States Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter house on Nov. 14.

Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, Alpha Phi sorority placed on interim suspension

November 14, 2018

San Diego State's chapters of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and the Alpha Phi sorority were on interim suspension after an incident that took place...

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Ofo bikes are often found damaged around campus, something Associated Students Sustainability Commissioner Cassie Weinberg said has contributed to the end of the universitys partnership with the company.

[Photo] SDSU ends pilot partnership with Ofo

November 7, 2018

Ofo bikes are often found damaged around campus, something Associated Students Sustainability Commissioner Cassie Weinberg said has contributed to the...

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San Diego City and County administrative building.

Everything important that happened in Tuesday’s election

November 7, 2018

Governor Democrat Gavin Newsom was projected to beat Republican John Cox handily. Newsom had 56.9 percent of the vote with 42.8 percent of precincts...

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A rendering of SDSUs proposal for a new stadium in Mission Valley. The university on Thursday announced it had awarded a $250 million contract to Clark Construction for building a new stadium at the SDCCU Stadium site, which a November referendum authorized the city to sell to SDSU.

SDSU West claims final victory over SoccerCity in fight for SDCCU Stadium site

November 7, 2018

After months of debate over who will take over the SDCCU Stadium site in Mission Valley, San Diegans have cast their votes in support of the SDSU West...

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Democrat Susan Davis will face off against Republican Morgan Murtaugh for a house seat in Californias 53rd congressional district in the Nov. 6 midterm elections.

Susan Davis seeks tenth term in California’s 53rd congressional district

November 5, 2018

Despite a vast history with California politics, it would have been unlikely that incumbent Democrat Susan Davis would’ve envisioned herself becoming...

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Gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom speaking during a bus stop rally on Nov. 2 at San Diego State.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom stops by SDSU ahead of midterm elections

November 3, 2018

California Lt. Governor and gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom took some time to talk with students during a quick stop by East Commons at San Diego...

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Breaking down the ballot: What Measure G and Measure E could mean for the SDCCU Stadium site

November 3, 2018

On Nov. 6, voters in the city of San Diego will take to the polls and likely see a ballot full of unfamiliar names, measures and propositions. Measure...

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Casi 2 millones de votantes se registraron en el condado de San Diego durante las elecciones presidenciales de 2020.

San Diego’s 2018 ballot, explained

October 31, 2018

CANDIDATES Senate: Kevin de León, Democrat Kevin de León is a Democratic candidate challenging current U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a fellow...

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Campus vigil honors those killed in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

October 30, 2018

The crowd of university and community members, sitting silently among one another in a moment of reflection, joined hands. “We will build a better...

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A vehicle flipped into a ditch near campus during an accident on Oct. 28.

Car careens into ditch near campus

October 28, 2018

A driver lost control of his car and ended up in a ditch just off San Diego State’s campus Sunday evening. The crash occurred just before 4:45 p.m....

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Two robberies hit College Area within hours of each other

Two robberies hit College Area within hours of each other

October 28, 2018

Early Sunday morning, two robberies were reported in the area near San Diego State's campus within a few hours of one another, police said. Around 2...

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Sigma Nu was removed from campus by their national chapter after confirmed violations to the chapters alcohol policy.

Sigma Nu fraternity ousted from campus by national chapter

October 23, 2018

A little more than two weeks after San Diego State's Interfraternity Council voted to end its party ban, San Diego State’s chapter of Sigma Nu has been...

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CSU Chancellor Timothy White visited SDSU on Oct. 17 and 18 to discuss the Graduation Initiative 2025.

CSU chancellor visits SDSU to discuss graduation initiative goals

October 19, 2018

On Oct. 17 and 18, all 23 CSU university presidents joined Chancellor Timothy White and a number of other CSU leaders in Montezuma hall for the Graduation...

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Former interim President Sally Roush addresses the press to express her support for the SDSU West initiative.

[Photo] San Diego leaders gather to endorse SDSU West initiative

October 16, 2018

Former interim President Sally Roush addresses the press to express her support for the SDSU West initiative.

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Fraternity members attend the lecture Good Greek, Better Neighbor on Sept. 28.

Social moratorium events bring prospect of culture change from fraternities

October 10, 2018

During the seven months the Interfraternity Council social moratorium, or party ban, was imposed on campus social fraternities, chapter members were kept...

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