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SDSU responds to the trials of Kyle Rittenhouse and killers of Ahmaud Arbery

SDSU responds to the trials of Kyle Rittenhouse and killers of Ahmaud Arbery

December 7, 2021

The Office of San Diego State’s President Adela de la Torre released a campus-wide email in response to the two separate trials of Kyle Rittenhouse and...

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Ballams posts often feature surprise appearances by his dog Cocoa, who shows his head in the lower left corner.

Outfit of the day account teaches professional dress for students

December 1, 2021

When clicking on the Instagram account named ‘Mark@SDSUFowler,’ which has posts of a professionally dressed middle-aged man sharing the details of...

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Charles Lamden was honored at a ceremony and reception outside the newly named, Lamden Hall.

Building renamed after SDSU alumnus, former business dean Charles Lamden

December 1, 2021

The structure formerly known as the Education and Business Administration Building was officially christened as Lamden Hall during a dedication ceremony...

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This year theres plenty of presents to buy to make any gamer happy.

Level up your gift giving this holiday season

November 20, 2021

Gear up gamers, the 2021 holiday season is fast approaching, and with it comes a slew of new video games being released just in time for gift giving! From...

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The 25th annual wreath laying ceremony took place at the SDSU War Memorial.

Veterans Day ceremony honors former Aztecs who have served

November 17, 2021

San Diego State’s 88th annual homecoming coincided with the observance of Veterans Day on Nov. 11, giving special recognition to the 25th homecoming...

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Social Justice Summit looks to elevate student careers

Social Justice Summit looks to elevate student careers

November 10, 2021

San Diego State’s career services branch of the Division of Student Affairs and Campus diversity held a two-day hybrid social justice summit on Nov....

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Associated students approves new waitlist policy, effective fall 2022

Associated students approves new waitlist policy, effective fall 2022

November 10, 2021

At the University Senate meeting on Nov. 2, the governing body passed a new policy which will change the course waitlist process starting in the fall 2022...

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From left to right: Melissa Parker, Katherine Olenski, Easton Basjec.

‘Scisters Salon’ takes eco-friendly strides

November 4, 2021

When clients walk into Scisters Salon and Apothecary located on University Avenue in La Mesa, one might notice something unique about this salon. Products...

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This years homecoming court theme was Together as One.

88th annual homecoming court announced, themed “Together as One”

November 3, 2021

On Nov. 12 and 13, San Diego State Aztecs will be celebrating the university’s 88th homecoming celebration. This year’s homecoming celebration will...

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(From top to bottom, left to right): Kathleen Brand, Miriam Raftery (ECM), Patricia Dillard, Mejgan Afshan, Laura Lothian

La Mesa special elections for council seat commences on Nov. 2

October 27, 2021

Now through Nov. 2 La Mesa residents will vote in a special election for a replacement for one vacant city council seat. The seat was previously held...

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Gameplay screenshot of Far Cry 6 and the cute puppys name is Chorizo.

‘Far Cry 6’ is not a far cry from political revolutions of today

October 20, 2021

Over three years have passed since zealous gamers have taken down the fanatical cult “The Project at Eden’s Gate” which terrorized fictional Hope...

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Food Studies class on a field trip to Mount Hope Community Garden in Southeast San Diego.

Food Studies minor added to fall 2021 curriculum

October 7, 2021

When students hear that San Diego State has a food studies minor, they may think “What does one even study there...how to bake a soufflé?” However,...

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The Native Resource Center at SDSU opened virtually last school year. This year they are operating in person, spreading awareness and providing support.

Students honor Native lives lost in residential schools, ‘There are still more children that need to be found’

October 6, 2021

On Thursday, Sept. 30,  students on campus might have seen an unusual amount of their peers wearing the color orange. This color was no coincidence, as...

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Climate strikers demand change in front of de la Torre’s office

September 29, 2021

As millions of environmentally conscious people across the globe marched in protest of climate change this past Friday, so did a group of concerned San...

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