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Campaigns further fund dry spell

April 23, 2015

The California drought has become a growing problem. In response to a drought that seems to have no end in sight, the state is set to reduce urban consumption...

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Indiana religious freedom law serves slice of equality

April 16, 2015

The lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community has gotten an uproar of both media and legal attention in recent years. More and more individuals,...

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Part-time faculty suffer from budget cuts

April 13, 2015

In a recent pursuit to cut costs within the California State University system, schools such as San Diego State, have participated in a rising trend of...

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College presidents must pledge sexual assault solutions

March 24, 2015

According an aggregate polling website, FiveThirtyEight, there is a wide disparity between college presidents who believe sexual assault is a issue on...

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Religion promotes expired moral values

March 23, 2015

Arguably, the world would be a better place without religion. Many religions place blame for the root of all evil, while multiple religions evidently serve...

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Low voter turnout harms the ticket

March 16, 2015

You may have noticed campaign posters around campus lately — some have names and some have faces plastered all over them. Regardless of their visual...

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Meninism jokes ridicule female oppression

March 9, 2015

Real meninists, otherwise known as men’s rights activists, should believe and support the women’s movement. Real meninists are men who want equality...

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Oggis pizza bar tops off nutritional value

Oggi’s pizza bar tops off nutritional value

March 5, 2015

What is a break between classes without pizza and beer? If you enjoy quality food, Oggi’s Pizza Express is for you. Located in the San Diego State...

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Revenge porn sparks nude awakening

February 23, 2015

Technology allows you check the weather before getting dressed, text a friend weekend plans, send your mom cute puppy pictures and ruin someone’s reputation...

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Purchasing lecture notes smears necessity of attendance

February 13, 2015

If a student can purchase lecture notes, what’s the point of attending lectures? This is a crucial observation this semester as San Diego State becomes...

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White-washed resumes pay the bills

February 8, 2015

It may not be your profanity-riddled Facebook status or incriminating Instagram picture that’s keeping you from your dream job. It can be something...

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New app refreshes campus safety

February 4, 2015

In light of last semester’s sexual assault allegations, attempted kidnappings and thefts, the San Diego State Police Department has received a lot of...

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Minidorms house massive problems for community members

February 3, 2015

Housing in the College Ave. area by San Diego State has people packed in like sardines. This high-occupancy living situation has been popularly dubbed...

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Event parking traffic halts academia

Event parking traffic halts academia

November 29, 2014

“Aztecs – Part of the experience of being an Aztec is the sense of community and engaging in different activities such as sports, theater, the arts,...

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Influential tweeters influencing accuracy

November 5, 2014

San Diego State geography professor Ming-Hsiang Tsou  and communications professor Brian Spitzberg recently collaborated to design a Twitter emergency...

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Professors stranded in meningitis scare

Professors stranded in meningitis scare

October 30, 2014

Students from all around the world go to school at San Diego State. It’s too bad their physicians can’t come with them. Fortunately, the Calpulli Center...

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Spraying the distance with self defense options

October 28, 2014

It has become an all-too-familiar sight: A little pink pepper-spray keychain hanging off of a set of keys on and around college campuses. Pepper spray...

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Gender equality of man and woman on a balance

Feminism: a man’s game

October 13, 2014

Devin T. Robinson X, also known as “Egypt,” the world renowned poet, lectured at San Diego State on Sept. 17 about masculinity and the friend zone....

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Uneven funding leaves SDSU hot and dry

October 2, 2014

Let’s talk money. San Diego State recently reached its fundraising goal of $500 million and has extended its new goal to $750 million. This money is...

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Picket fence won’t fund college education

September 29, 2014

Financial aid, once sacred and coveted, strictly for low-income households, has finally opened up to help the rest of California in an attempt to make...

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Club persecuted by CSUs

Club persecuted by CSUs

September 22, 2014

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, an international Christian group, is a notable club on campus. IVCF requires student leaders to share the same Christian...

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It’s your makeup, your choice

September 2, 2014

While some people wear makeup to create an illusion of perfection and others to impress suitors, some wear it as a form of enjoyment or expression. Whatever...

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