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Task force aids struggling students

Task force aids struggling students

May 7, 2015

San Diego State will launch an initiative  to better assist students who are struggling financially. Faculty, staff, students and administrators came...

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Rally at SDSU calls for $15 minimum wage

Rally at SDSU calls for $15 minimum wage

April 20, 2015

Nearly 1,000 people, many of them fast-food workers, marched on and near San Diego State on Wednesday to demand a $15 minimum wage and union rights. In...

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Laurie Garrett speaking at Poptech 2008. Garrett recently came to San Diego State to speak about Ebola. Photographed by Kris Krug.

Panel talks Ebola outbreak origins

April 16, 2015

A Pulitzer Prize-winning science journalist came to San Diego State to discuss the effect culture plays in the spread of Ebola and the stigma attached...

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PSFA hosts egg hunt for kindness

PSFA hosts egg hunt for kindness

April 13, 2015

More than 1,000 eggs were placed around San Diego State's campus on Thursday to promote kindness. The Professional Studies and Fine Arts Civil Core...

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Associated Students elections

SDSU votes to elect 2015-16 Associated Students leaders

March 23, 2015

Associated Students announced its 2015 election results Thursday, March 19, reporting a nearly 15 percent voter turnout and declaring Blaire Ward the first...

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AS announces new representatives, Ward elected president

AS announces new representatives, Ward elected president

March 19, 2015

The results for the spring 2015 Associated Students elections were announced Thursday evening at the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union's Montezuma Hall. Seventy-five...

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SDSU part-time faculty percentage increases

SDSU part-time faculty percentage increases

March 19, 2015

San Diego State is following a growing trend to hire more part-time faculty than tenure-track professors to cut costs. The California State University...

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SDSU researcher finds unauthorized immigrants lack resources

SDSU researcher finds unauthorized immigrants lack resources

February 25, 2015

A San Diego State researcher has found that a lack of resources and medical insurance for unauthorized migrants is prevalent throughout California. SDSU...

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Trans student gets legal help against SDSU

Trans student gets legal help against SDSU

February 23, 2015

A pro bono attorney through the national Transgender Law Center is representing a San Diego State student who was allegedly asked to leave the Aztec...

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Skull bones allow whales to hear

Skull bones allow whales to hear

February 12, 2015

A new study conducted by a San Diego State biologist revealed that baleen whales are able to hear through their skull. SDSU biologist Ted Cranford and...

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Millennials prove to be progressive

Millennials prove to be progressive

February 2, 2015

Millennials are the most confident, connected, open-minded and progressive generation, according to recent studies. "Millennials, A Portrait of Generation...

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SDSU partakes in MLK Parade

SDSU partakes in MLK Parade

January 22, 2015

San Diego State community members came together for the 35th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade last weekend. On Sunday, Jan. 18 approximately...

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War Memorial ceremony honors veterans

War Memorial ceremony honors veterans

November 10, 2014

In honor of Veterans Day, San Diego State held a wreath laying ceremony on Nov. 7 to commemorate fallen Aztecs and add a new name to the SDSU War Memorial. The...

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Panel talks election, gender justice

Panel talks election, gender justice

October 20, 2014

With an election coming up on Nov. 4, San Diego State held a panel to discuss the importance and power of women’s voices in politics. Held on Oct....

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Aztecs Rock Hunger sets new goal

Aztecs Rock Hunger sets new goal

October 16, 2014

This year’s Aztecs Rock Hunger campaign begins tomorrow, Oct. 17. Once again, Associated Students is partnering up with the Jacobs and Cushman San Diego...

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Restaurant Guide: Seafood by the sea satisfies

Restaurant Guide: Seafood by the sea satisfies

October 9, 2014

After spending a day walking the boardwalk at Pacific Beach it is easy to simply just grab some food at the closest restaurant rather than exploring some...

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Latino council states concerns to Hirshman

Latino council states concerns to Hirshman

October 2, 2014

The Chicano Latino Concilio recently presented a vision to San Diego State administrators in an effort to encourage action toward creating a more supportive...

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Gov. Jerry Brown signs affirmative consent bill

September 30, 2014

On Sunday, Sept. 28 Gov. Jerry Brown announced he signed a bill that makes California the first state in the nation to define sexual consent and require...

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[VIDEO] Second sexual assault rally gains momentum

September 29, 2014

Update: Gov. Jerry Brown announced Sunday Sept. 28 that he signed the "yes means yes" bill, making California the first state in the U.S. requiring affirmative...

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San Diego States new Conrad Prebys Student Union

Lecturer explains how to avoid the ‘friend-zone’

September 23, 2014

As part of the One San Diego State Community Speaker Series, Devin T. Robinson X “Egypt” gave a two-hour talk on masculinity Sept. 17 in the Conrad...

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SDSU students advocate California yes means yes bill

SDSU students advocate California “yes means yes” bill

September 22, 2014

Update: A third sexual assault was reported to San Diego State Police Sept. 20. “Consent is hot, rape is not,” read a sign. “Sign the bill,”...

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Students rally against recent sexual assaults

Students rally against recent sexual assaults

September 18, 2014

Approximately a dozen students gathered in front of Hepner Hall today to bring awareness to recent sexual assaults as well as encourage fellow students...

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