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SDSU graduation rate growth proves advancements made over the past few years

April 18, 2018

Many seniors have their eyes locked on graduation, juniors are debating the final planning stages of their last year and other San Diego State students...

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SDSU should follow in countys footsteps and initiate straw ban

SDSU should follow in county’s footsteps and initiate straw ban

March 7, 2018

According to a report released by the National Park Service’s Be Straw Free Campaign, 500 million plastic straws are used in the U.S. everyday – this...

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Procrastination can be beneficial, so slow down and enjoy life

February 7, 2018

A moment in time is hard to define these days. An hour feels short one day and long the next, or changes throughout the day based on what is happening....

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Interdisciplinary studies major helps appease student stress

November 8, 2017

What is the point of getting an undergraduate degree? San Diego State prides itself on being a diverse campus – and it is. All students are welcomed....

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Stress is not going away after college, and can’t be ignored

October 25, 2017

What are your plans for after you graduate? College students are feeling the growing stress as the semester hits its midway mark, and the stress of...

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Why I don’t play post-date texting games

October 11, 2017

Last weekend I met a guy. Well, I’ve met him a few times over the course of this year. But last Saturday night my friend convinced me that this guy was...

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Opinion: Like it or not, social media footprints are forever

September 27, 2017

As another news topic blows up social media newsfeeds, so do everyone’s opinions. This weekend the NFL captured America’s attention with their unifying...

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Why we should stop arguing DACA under capitalist ideals

September 13, 2017

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, is the most talked about story in America. DACA was implemented in 2012 and allows certain immigrants...

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Transfer students are San Diego State’s hidden gems

August 21, 2017

  Generally speaking, most college freshmen experience a mixture of anxiety, excitement and anticipation prefacing their first semester. The possibilities...

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Carpools might be the cure for campus congestion

May 3, 2017
Providing a carpool option would be a start to making SDSU an eco-friendly and forward-thinking campus.
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Study abroad requirement creates hardships for students

April 26, 2017

Studying abroad is the new black. What used to be a program required for international majors has now become a stereotypical experience for most college...

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What is the true cost of cheap eats?

April 5, 2017

Who doesn’t want to find a local food joint that serves authentically tasty cheap food? Many online food blogs have grown in popularity by releasing...

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Long-acting reversible contraceptives a safe alternative

March 8, 2017

With administration threats to defund Planned Parenthood and drastically alter the Affordable Care Act, many women are revisiting their birth control options....

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