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Crime report: Robbery, driving under the influence

September 29, 2017

Robbery Two juveniles were arrested on Sept. 26 at about 8 p.m. for robbery, conspiracy, and possession of stolen property. One man attempted to steal...

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Crime report: Fake ID, purse stolen during sorority rush event

September 21, 2017

Trespassing A man was arrested on an outstanding warrant around 7:20 a.m. on Sept. 14, after he was reported to university police for trespassing at...

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Crime Report: Hydro Flask thefts, public drunkenness

September 14, 2017

Suspicious Person A non-student was arrested and taken to county jail for being under the influence of a controlled substance around 3 p.m Sept. 9,...

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Crime and incident report: Imitation firearm, public intoxication

September 8, 2017

Suspicious Person At 7:39 p.m. on Aug. 31, a bus driver near the intersection of 55th Street and Montezuma Road notified police that a passenger had...

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Crime and incident report: Sexual battery, indecent exposure in the student union

August 31, 2017

Sexual Battery A man was arrested after he allegedly sexually assaulted four San Diego State students between 12 and 1:30 a.m. on Aug. 28. In the first...

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Students walk out for May Day protest

Students walk out for May Day protest

May 3, 2017

San Diego State students brought the nationwide May Day protests to campus Monday when they organized in front of Hepner Hall to oppose President Donald...

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Faculty declines while tuition rises

Faculty declines while tuition rises

March 8, 2017

Over the past few years at San Diego State, faculty numbers have declined while tuition has increased.  SDSU has seen an 8.8 percent decrease in faculty,...

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Sports Nutrition Cooperative guides Aztec athletes

Sports Nutrition Cooperative guides Aztec athletes

February 13, 2017

The San Diego State University Sports Nutrition Cooperative works with the Aztec Recreation Center and Student Health Services to support athletic-minded...

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Resident therapy dog provides helping paw

November 30, 2016

Counseling and Psychological Services offers an array of services to help students throughout the course of the semester. Some services include individual...

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Sorority sisters Fernandez, Sarabia and Tong represent Alpha Phi Gamma.

San Diego State students celebrate homecoming

November 4, 2016

San Diego State students kicked off homecoming week on Monday, Oct. 31 with chalk. The cement walkway near Cal Coast Open Air Theatre was covered with...

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Honors college students connect by painting pumpkins

Honors college students connect by painting pumpkins

October 24, 2016

On Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 6 p.m. the Exercise and Nutritional Sciences field was shrouded in darkness and covered in red. Although the above sounds like...

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Tasty Tuesday: Grinds and Vines serves coffee by day and wine by night

Tasty Tuesday: Grinds and Vines serves coffee by day and wine by night

October 18, 2016

Any San Diego native knows that North Park is the central hub of coffee shops. The area is filled with Instagram-ready hangouts that served hyped-up drinks...

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Transgender comedian visits Montezuma Hall

Transgender comedian visits Montezuma Hall

October 17, 2016

On Monday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. Montezuma Hall hosted Ian Harvie and a night of stand-up comedy. Harvie is an openly-transgender comedian, actor and writer...

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Native American student comments on North Dakota access pipeline lawsuit

Native American student comments on North Dakota access pipeline lawsuit

October 7, 2016

Lane Yazzie is an English senior with an American Indian studies minor at San Diego State University. He is also full Diné, known to the federal government...

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New religious studies professor uses field experiences in the classroom

New religious studies professor uses field experiences in the classroom

September 15, 2016

Rebecca Bartel is well versed in the culture, religion and the economy of Latin America. At just 21 years of age, Bartel traveled to Colombia to earn...

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