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Nakia Richardson, Staff Writer

Nakia Richardson international business junior with an emphasis on French and western Europe. She's from Olympia Fields, a southern suburb of Chicago, Illinois and plans to pursue journalism and videography in her future career.

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SDSU's graduating seniors plan their next steps

SDSU’s graduating seniors plan their next steps

May 8, 2019

As another school year comes to a close, San Diego State seniors are gearing up for graduation. With every group of graduates, there are always different...

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UCLA professor Robert Teranishi lectured in the Student Union theater on April 25.

UCLA professor lectures on Asian Pacific Islander research

May 1, 2019

In celebration of Asian Pacific Islander Heritage month, Robert Teranishi, professor of social science and comparative education at UCLA lectured on research...

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SDSU School of Music hosts first on-campus music festival

SDSU School of Music hosts first on-campus music festival

April 24, 2019

San Diego State’s School of Music and Dance held its first campus music festival from April 17 to April 20. Pei-Chun Tsai, a violin lecturer at SDSU...

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Women's education activist Shiza Shahid visits campus

Women’s education activist Shiza Shahid visits campus

March 13, 2019

Shiza Shahid, a women’s right activist, CEO and co-founder of the Malala Fund, encouraged San Diego State students to create their own path and advocate...

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The pros and cons of living in an apartment or house

The pros and cons of living in an apartment or house

March 6, 2019

Finding places to live can be a daunting task for students, as it includes a lot of research, time and effort in finding a place which is right for them....

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The Black Resource center experienced a break-in sometime between Friday, April 12 and Sunday morning.

Black 365 campaign seeks to embrace blackness every day of the year

February 28, 2019

The new Black 365 campaign at San Diego State set it’s hopes on encouraging black students to celebrate, create awareness and fight for justice every...

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The Halal Shack is set to replace Dickey's in East Commons by fall 2019.

New halal-certified restaurant to open in East Commons

February 20, 2019

The Halal Shack, a Mediterranean restaurant focused on Muslim dietary needs, is set to replace Dickey’s Barbecue in San Diego State’s East Commons...

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Everbowl, SDSU's newest eatery, opened in South Campus Plaza at the end of January.

SDSU’s newest healthy eatery Everbowl is a hit

February 13, 2019

Everbowl, one of California’s newest startups focused on healthy eating, opened a location in South Campus Plaza on San Diego State’s campus. When...

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Athenian Vase Painting (Credit: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

3D Greek digital photographic library allows researchers to piece together remnants of the past

January 15, 2019

In a tech-savvy world, SDSU’s Classics department is adopting more innovative means in which students can take a look at ancient artifacts - without...

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Latest campus research points to methods for faster, cheaper census gathering

Latest campus research points to methods for faster, cheaper census gathering

December 5, 2018

Researchers may have found a new way of conducting the census that saves money, time and a headache. James Kelly, a masters student at San Diego State,...

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