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Proposed ordinances could mean hefty fines and less housing for SDSU students

Proposed ordinances could mean hefty fines and less housing for SDSU students

October 19, 2016

The San Diego District 9 office, led by City Council President Pro Tem Marti Emerald, is proposing two ordinances to the City Council that will affect...

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Defense for Children International Palestine advocates at San Diego State

October 13, 2016

Beth Miller, a U.S. advocacy officer for the Defense for Children International Palestine, spoke at a Students for Justice in Palestine event on Monday,...

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International Coffee Hour allows students to showcase different cultures at SDSU

International Coffee Hour allows students to showcase different cultures at SDSU

October 11, 2016

Every Friday from noon to 1 p.m., the International Student Center hosts International Coffee Hour where students present about their different countries...

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Individual counseling scarce at San Diego State

Individual counseling scarce at San Diego State

October 5, 2016

Counseling and Psychological Services offers many programs for students, faculty and staff at San Diego State: a Center for Well-Being, counseling services...

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San Diego State Rotaract chapter focuses on community service

San Diego State Rotaract chapter focuses on community service

October 5, 2016

Many clubs at San Diego State have community service requirements, the members of Rotaract view their volunteer opportunities not as a burden, but as a...

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SJP hosts movie screening after controversy with scheduled speaker

SJP hosts movie screening after controversy with scheduled speaker

September 30, 2016

On Thursday, Sept. 29, Students for Justice in Palestine held a film screening of “Roadmap to Apartheid,” a documentary on the oppression of Palestinians...

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Women’s fraternity Kappa Alpha Theta returns to campus

September 23, 2016

Kappa Alpha Theta rejoined the College Panhellenic Association this semester after San Diego State removed the social sorority in spring of 2011. When...

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Sigma Nu returns to campus this fall

September 23, 2016

This story was updated at 3:32 PST to reflect the reason Sigma Nu was kicked off campus in 2012. The Interfraternity Council welcomed back Sigma Nu...

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SDSU campaign raises $107 million

SDSU campaign raises $107 million

August 29, 2016

San Diego State raised a record $107 million through The Campaign for SDSU during the last academic year. The campaign has raised over $714 million...

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IFC hosts philanthropy events

IFC hosts philanthropy events

May 5, 2016

The weekend of Friday, April 29 to Sunday, May 1 was a philanthropic weekend for the Interfraternity Council. Phi Delta Theta held “Ball for Life,”...

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Alpha Kappa Psi hosts 5K for Tijuana orphanage

Alpha Kappa Psi hosts 5K for Tijuana orphanage

April 26, 2016

Alpha Kappa Psi at San Diego State held a 5K fundraiser on Saturday, April 23 that raised $1,984, or 34,897.17 pesos, for the Eunime orphanage in Tijuana,...

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Its Not All Black and White examines Israel-Palestine relations

‘It’s Not All Black and White’ examines Israel-Palestine relations

April 22, 2016

Political activist Tshediso Mangope, 29, spoke at San Diego State on April 19 about his experiences with the South African apartheid and issues in Israel. The...

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Student orgs team up to aid disabled veterans

Student orgs team up to aid disabled veterans

April 18, 2016

On Saturday, April 9, San Diego State hosted Ex 4 Vets, an hour long physical fitness fundraiser that raises money to help disabled veterans in San Diego. Over...

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Provosts lecture series kicks off

Provost’s lecture series kicks off

April 18, 2016

San Diego State hosted Nobel Laureate Dr. Richard R. Schrock on Wed. April 6,  as the inaugural speaker for the Provost Distinguished Lecture Series. Over...

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Kappa Delta holds Shamrock run, teams up with Delta Gamma for fundraiser

Kappa Delta holds Shamrock run, teams up with Delta Gamma for fundraiser

March 25, 2016

Kappa Delta held its fourth annual Shamrock 5K on Sunday, March 20, at the Naval Training Camp Park in Point Loma. The money raised will be donated...

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SDSU Engineers Without Borders raises $4,800 for Nicaragua

SDSU Engineers Without Borders raises $4,800 for Nicaragua

March 2, 2016

San Diego State’s Engineers Without Borders hosted a fundraiser Saturday, Feb. 27 at the Francis Parker School, Linda Vista Campus, where they raised...

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Spring Into Diversity showcases SDSU organizations

Spring Into Diversity showcases SDSU organizations

February 9, 2016

Spring Into Diversity, a two-week series at San Diego State which addresses some of the issues faced by marginalized groups, kicked off Monday, Feb. 1,...

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Series on women empowerment comes to SDSU

Series on women empowerment comes to SDSU

November 2, 2015

San Diego State’s Panhellenic Association organized a Women’s Empowerment Series with several speakers and a movie screening last week. The series...

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Sexual assault education course offered to sororities at SDSU

Sexual assault education course offered to sororities at SDSU

September 10, 2015

A new course offered at San Diego State is geared to put a stop to sexual assault and rape culture. SISSTER, Sororities Invested in Survivor Support,...

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Students taking advantage of the new perks the remodeled Library Computing Hub has to offer.

Library Computing Hub: remodeled and reopened

September 2, 2015

The newly renovated Library Computing Hub reopened for students to use this semester.  “This remodel was a high priority for students,” Love Library...

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Buddhist Greek life comes to campus

Buddhist Greek life comes to campus

August 26, 2015

For the first time, a Buddhist fraternity and sorority are coming to the San Diego State campus. This year, the Delta Beta Theta sorority and Delta...

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