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We should embrace new college experience created by COVID-19

We should embrace new college experience created by COVID-19

by Sierra Stallworth , Contributor // August 16, 2021

Going back to school brings out a lot of emotions. For incoming freshmen, worries about being on your own for the first time and making new friends...

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What to expect for first in-person semester, latest COVID-19 policies

by Catlan Nguyen and Katelynn Robinson // August 13, 2021

As students return for their first in-person semester after more than a year of virtual instruction, Student Health Services teams, Housing Administration...

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Despite most classes being virtual because of COVID-19, campus custodians still have to continue the cleanup.

Despite COVID-19, campus custodians still continue the cleanup

by Ryan Hardison, Senior Staff Writer // February 24, 2021

As a student who lived on San Diego State’s campus for the bulk of two years, and attended class in a majority of buildings on campus, I’ll admit that...

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SDSU should bring mailboxes back to campus

SDSU should bring mailboxes back to campus

by Willem Quigley, Contributor // December 10, 2020

Despite maintaining an enrollment of nearly 35,000  students, there is not a single United States Postal Service mailbox on San Diego State’s campus....

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SDSU Bookstore makes changes to accommodate for COVID-19

SDSU Bookstore makes changes to accommodate for COVID-19

by Ryan Hardison, Senior Staff Writer // October 26, 2020

You never truly appreciate things until they’re gone. Before the anxiety and restriction of in-person activities at the beginning of the COVID-19...

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Traffic, lack of campus involvement among issues commuters to SDSU face

Traffic, lack of campus involvement among issues commuters to SDSU face

by Ashley Na, Staff Writer // March 3, 2020

San Diego State kinesiology pre-physical therapy sophomore Natalie Wong can easily get places around campus because she lives on campus.  She is able...

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A.S. update: Smart classroom fees, end-of-year achievements

A.S. update: Smart classroom fees, end-of-year achievements

by Jasmine Bermudez, Staff Writer // April 22, 2016

On April 20, 2016, A.S. members started wrapping up the school year with a University Council meeting and the last Campus Life Council Commission Meeting...

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A.S. voting turnout soars to 20 percent

A.S. voting turnout soars to 20 percent

by Jamie Ballard, News Editor // March 23, 2016

This year’s Associated Students election marked the highest voter turnout rate in A.S. history with 6,056 votes, up from last year’s total of 4,221...

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