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Shauny Silas

Shauny Silas, Staff Writer

Shauny Silas is an SDSU senior majoring in public relations and minoring in marketing. She started writing for the news section of the Daily Aztec in January 2018. Shauny works as a content creation and social media associate at events.com and as a marketing intern for a fintech company. She hopes to go into content marketing for social media after she graduates.

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Graduation fee increases, becomes one-time payment

Graduation fee increases, becomes one-time payment

January 30, 2019

San Diego State’s graduation fee and process have been updated to include a one-time $100 fee starting the December 2019 graduation filing period. The...

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CSU considers implementing meningitis vaccine requirement for all students

CSU considers implementing meningitis vaccine requirement for all students

November 26, 2018

Following a campus meningitis outbreak earlier in the semester, San Diego State is considering mandating that all students receive the Meningitis-B vaccine...

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Grease fire damages College Area McDonald’s

October 26, 2018

Firefighters responded to a grease trap fire early Friday morning at the McDonald’s near San Diego State. San Diego Fire Department dispatchers received...

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The fraternity recruitment process, explained

The fraternity recruitment process, explained

October 17, 2018

Fraternity recruitment is held the first week of fall and spring semester every year, giving students the chance to become part of one of the 15 Greek...

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An Ofo bike thrown into a tree near West Commons on Wednesday.

Dockless bikes hit with vandalism on campus

September 28, 2018

Some Ofo bikes on campus found a new home up in the trees on Wednesday as part of a recent string of vandalizations. The dockless bike share company...

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M.E.Ch.A guides path to SDSU for underrepresented high school students

September 26, 2018

For the Chicano student organization Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlan de SDSU’s 50th anniversary, the group plans to continue its legacy of guiding...

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Poke One N Half is one of five South Campus Plaza restaurants that now accept meal plan.

South Campus Plaza dining options now on meal plan

September 5, 2018

Nearly a year and a half after the opening of the dining and housing complex, some South Campus Plaza restaurants will be added to student meal plans. The...

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SDSU students pose with a Border Patrol union representative pose near the Tijuana River Valley. From left to right: Anna Waletzko, Bo Chen-Samuel, Paige McParland, Amanda Enriquez, Border Patrol union representative Christopher Harris and student Jerralyn Belinda. Photo courtesy of Anna Waletzko.

Class creates awareness campaign for Tijuana River Valley sewage spills

May 8, 2018

A class of San Diego State journalism students has taken to social media this past semester to help the environmental group Citizens Against Sewage spread...

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SDSU ranked 97th safest college campus by national organization

SDSU ranked 97th safest college campus by national organization

April 18, 2018

San Diego State was recently ranked the 97th-safest college campus in the United States, according to the National Council for Home Safety and Security....

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Vice president of university affairs candidate Anya Shutovska, third from left, reacts to the results of the 2018 A.S. elections while President-elect Chris Thomas consoles her.

Students wonder why A.S. elections included three unopposed candidates

April 14, 2018

This year’s 2018 Associated Students elections began with three out the five executive positions candidates running unopposed. Less than a week before...

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Sustainability a key goal, housing administration says

Sustainability a key goal, housing administration says

March 16, 2018

Officials at San Diego State’s Office of Housing Administration say they’re on a more sustainable future that promotes a greener campus, offers sustainable...

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San Diego States Maya (pictured) and Olmeca residence halls will be renovated starting this summer. Neither building has undergone renovations since construction in 1960.

University to renovate Maya and Olmeca residence halls

March 6, 2018

Renovations are set to begin on the Maya and Olmeca residence halls this summer, according to the San Diego State Office of Housing Administration and...

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Student Health Services organized free flu shots for students through appointments and pop-up clinics.

Student Health Services offers tips to fight the flu

February 8, 2018

Student Health Services at San Diego State is working to inform and protect students during one of the most severe flu seasons in nearly 10 years. The...

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