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Students who live in Mexico cross the border on a daily basis to attend classes at SDSU.

Students cross the border to attend classes at SDSU

by Karelly Vidrio, Contributor // October 13, 2021

San Diego State has a community of Latino students who cross the border between Tijuana and San Diego in order to have an education on campus. Hundreds...

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COVID-19: cómo impacta el cierre parcial de la frontera a sandieguinos

COVID-19: cómo impacta el cierre parcial de la frontera a sandieguinos

by Lucelis Martínez, Escritora // March 24, 2020

Hasta hace tres semanas todo parecía normal en la vida cotidiana de los sandieguinos, pero todo eso cambió cuando EEUU alzó su bandera roja ante la...

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We need to address the ongoing crisis on our border

by Ellyse Logan, Contributor // August 26, 2019

These are trying times in the U.S. People are locked up in cages at the border and children are being left without parents as ICE raids continue throughout...

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Migrant caravan fundraiser event addresses complexities of crisis in Tijuana

Migrant caravan fundraiser event addresses complexities of crisis in Tijuana

by Maya AlZaben, Staff Writer // December 6, 2018

San Diego State’s School of Public Affairs hosted a Refugee Holiday Fundraiser on Dec. 5 to collect warm clothing, tents, blankets and other supplies...

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A migrant child stands in front of Mexican police in Tijuana, Mexico on Sunday, Nov. 25 during a protest at the border.

Port of entry closure poses threats to SDSU’s transborder commuters

by Daniel Guerrero and David Santillan // December 5, 2018

San Diego State officials said they are preparing to offer assistance and resources to students, faculty and staff members who live or work in Tijuana...

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Families share tears, hugs and words in ‘Opening the Door of Hope’ event at Friendship Park

by Jocelyn Moran and Marcela Camargo // November 19, 2017

Tears were shared on both sides of the border as 12 families met and reunited with loved ones on Nov. 18 at Friendship Park in Border Angels' “Opening...

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The Estamos Aquí art exhibition located in the School of Art and Designs downtown San Diego gallery showcases the U.S. and Mexico transborder experience.

‘Estamos Aquí’ art gallery shares U.S. and Mexico border experiences

by Stacy Marquez, Staff Writer // October 20, 2017

The San Diego State School of Art and Design offers four galleries for students and faculty to share their art with the public and the SDSU community. The...

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Baby Kikito looks over the border toward the U.S. from Tecate, Mexico, 40 miles east of San Diego.

Borderless vision unites U.S. and Mexico

by Jocelyn Moran, Mundo Azteca Editor // October 11, 2017

A baby peering over the fence at the U.S-Mexico border from Tecate, Mexico, drew people from both sides of the border to share a picnic around a dreamer's...

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Tijuana YMCA sees decrease in migrants

Tijuana YMCA sees decrease in migrants

by Vladimir Salazar, Staff Writer // March 8, 2017

YMCA centers within the United State are widely known for being recreational areas or facilities where minors can go after school and get involved in various...

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Exhibición de arte con un toque local

Exhibición de arte con un toque local

by Fidel Cadena , Escritor // February 8, 2017

Una galería de arte arribo a la ciudad de San Diego. Esta galería incluye piezas de arte hechas por 36 diferentes artistas. Los artistas fueron elegidos...

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