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College students juggle psychological whiplash

January 21, 2015

When thinking about attending college for the first time, most students are met with the initial excitement of getting away from rules, obligations and...

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Donors favor student athletes

December 1, 2014

With the basketball season taking over most of San Diego State students’ time recently, the importance of sports is apparent on this campus. It’s become...

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SDSU puffs smoking ban in the right direction

November 25, 2014

Walking from class to class, dozens of skateboarders can be spotted on a daily basis, half  nearly causing collisions. Since the recent bans on smoking...

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Fresh living requires fresh pricing

Fresh living requires fresh pricing

October 31, 2014

As a freshman, living in dorms has been a completely different experience than I expected. For one, I’ve never gotten sick so many times in a period...

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Gender protest misses the mark

Gender protest misses the mark

October 30, 2014

If you were in front of Hepner Hall last Tuesday, then you likely noticed something odd. Students nonchalantly read newspapers while sitting on a row of...

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Die-in protests shed light on important topics

October 16, 2014

Imagine witnessing the death of innocent people all around you. Now, imagine being a family member of one of the victims in Gaza. On Thursday, Oct. 2,...

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Obesity study blankets problem

October 13, 2014

In Oct. 2011, San Diego State was one of the three grant recipient sites for a research project studying childhood obesity in Imperial County. The Centers...

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Flush fees down the toilet

October 6, 2014

A $25 fee  for everyone living on the floor because someone didn’t flush the toilet. How is it even possible to file against that? A floor meeting was...

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Yik Yak paves way for bullying-prone channels

October 4, 2014

Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are all tools that market to a school based on the demographic’s of the student body. The newest app making noise around...

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Escort service falls short

Escort service falls short

September 18, 2014

At approximately 11:40 p.m., my friend and I decided to head back to our dorms. Since we live in Chapultepec, I decided to call the San Diego State Police...

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