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Akshay Pottathil and Andre Skupin

SDSU opens research, tech center

September 11, 2014

San Diego State opened a new center in August to keep up with changing technological innovations in our community and worldwide. The Center for Information...

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SDSU researchers bring sea-quencer aboard

SDSU researchers bring sea-quencer aboard

September 2, 2014

A group of San Diego State researchers who succeeded in bringing a DNA sequencer onboard a ship to analyze DNA samples onsite recently published an account...

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College of Business Administration appoints new chair

August 25, 2014

San Diego State's College of Business Administration appointed a new chair for its Management Information Systems department last Monday. Annette...

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Pre-med exam to include additional sections

Pre-med exam to include additional sections

August 11, 2014

Pre-medical students will have a new test to study for when the new version of the Medical College Admission Test goes into effect next spring. The...

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Welcome halfway home to the Union

Welcome halfway home to the Union

February 11, 2014

The official ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony for the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union will take place on Friday, March 7. Although a celebratory...

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Know your city, make it an SD year

January 23, 2014

Study at the San Diego Public Library A New Year’s resolution to study more this semester can be calculated with great time management and a great...

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No excuse for fat-shaming fashions

December 2, 2013

Size does matter. Fashion retailers are no strangers to this outdated and offensive ideology. One size doesn’t fit all, and if you don’t fit this mold...

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Protect yourself from revenge porn

November 13, 2013

Breakups are bittersweet and painful. People are constantly reminded of past relationships when browsing through their smartphones. Memories and the happy...

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Feminism must engage insidious online attacks

Feminism must engage insidious online attacks

October 28, 2013

Women in the U.S. have grown accustomed to the freedoms granted to them throughout the years. With this new sense of security, many women have taken the...

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Progressive pope leads the way in new reformation

Progressive pope leads the way in new reformation

October 1, 2013

In the world of Catholicism, homosexuality has never been right. Point blank, without interpretation, the Bible characterizes homosexuality as a sin, and...

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Students need wage increase

September 23, 2013

Minimum wage increasing to $10 per hour in California might be a one-way ticket out of poverty for many individuals trying to make ends meet. An increase...

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Celebs should promote safety

Celebs should promote safety

September 9, 2013

The privileged teenagers of 2013 who receive Mercedes-Benz G500s on their birthdays are endangering our streets. To these individuals, turning 16 only...

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Coach marches Aztecs to victory

“Coach” marches Aztecs to victory

August 12, 2013

When you hear the band playing the fight song, you know it’s game time.  The excitement and thrill, which come from attending home games at Qualcomm...

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Hashtags enhance Facebook experience

July 8, 2013

Hashtags are a necessary evil. Although I cringe at the sight of them on a Facebook post, their purpose is to enhance the social media experience. With...

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Job market “likes” social media networking

April 21, 2013

Red cups mounted on top of a table, girls crouching to pose in the background and Johnny College right in front chugging beers. Unfortunately, what looks...

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Take a break from unhealthy habits and spring into shape

March 29, 2013

Spring break is right around the corner, and students are planning their vacations and getting ready to take a break from their everyday schedules. Many...

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Learn about LGBT community during Culture Week

March 5, 2013

Walking through the white arches of Hepner Hall heading to and from class, it’s easy to notice great examples of diversity of ethnicities, religions...

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