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Opinion: Strong global governance is key to addressing COVID-19

by Dylan Meisner, Staff Writer // April 6, 2020

One of the favorite practices of the increasingly jingoistic modern American right is describing things they don’t like as globalism. The term's use...

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SDSU study abroad programs cut short in South Korea in response to coronavirus

SDSU study abroad programs cut short in South Korea in response to coronavirus

by Kaitlyn Little, News Editor // February 27, 2020

San Diego State has decided to cancel the study abroad programs in South Korea for the spring semester due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to a...

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The people of Hong Kong are completely justified in protesting the Chinese government

by Miles Streicek, Staff Writer // September 18, 2019

I am currently studying abroad in Taiwan and since coming to east Asia, the events that recently transpired here seem far less distant and much more tangible.  I...

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The former site of the Confucius Institute at SDSU, which was closed and transferred on June 30.

SDSU launches new Chinese Cultural Center as Confucius Institute closes

by Michael Cline, Assistant News Editor // August 21, 2019

San Diego State is launching a new Chinese Cultural Center to replace the outgoing Confucius Institute at SDSU, which closed earlier this summer, according...

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The U.S. will not survive if military spending is cut

February 13, 2019

The Trump administration announced on Feb. 1 that the United States will opt out of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, and shortly after Russia...

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De intercambio: comparando la cultura occidental con la de China

De intercambio: comparando la cultura occidental con la de China

by Carolina López , Escritora // September 5, 2018

Tras un mes de estancia en China y de regreso a EEUU, me encuentro en una encrucijada por no poder responder a la pregunta tan sencilla de “Y cómo te...

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David Kilgour and David Matas during a panel on human organ trafficking at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center on Nov. 2. Matas and Kilgour are the co-authors of two reports and a book on the state of organ trafficking in China.

Panel criticizes China on organ trafficking

by Lauren J. Mapp, Staff Writer // November 7, 2017

In China, practitioners of a spiritual practice called Falun Gong are arrested without cause, held without trial, tortured, killed and harvested for organs,...

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Tina Lu, Timmy Yin and Bubble Wu bring their international style to the campus of SDSU.

Scene at State

by Madeleine Schwarz, Contributor // October 4, 2017

The diversity of San Diego State’s student body is found in almost every corner of campus. From the Latin melodies dancing out of the music building...

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Fashionista en China

Fashionista en China

by Nancy Moeller , Escritora // December 7, 2016

Este articulo está inspirado en mi reciente visita a Shaghai, China. ¡Vestir bien y con mucho estilo es lo mío, pero vestir para un clima frio es...

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Photo gallery: SDSU water polo defeated by Chinese national team, 17-6

Photo gallery: SDSU water polo defeated by Chinese national team, 17-6

by Ryan Posner, Sports Editor // February 6, 2016

No. 18 San Diego State water polo welcomed a unique opponent to the Mesa Saturday in the Chinese national team and were defeated handily, 17-6, in the...

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SDSU alum Whitney Ashley set for IAAF Championships in Beijing

SDSU alum Whitney Ashley set for IAAF Championships in Beijing

by Jack Haworth, Staff Writer // August 19, 2015

“It’s indescribable, I just have to pause for a moment and realize that’s my child out there competing,” said Angela Washington, mother of 2012...

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Explore exotic lands this summer

Explore exotic lands this summer

by Chelsea Baer // March 13, 2014

Have you always wanted to study abroad, but felt you never had the time in your schedule? This summer is your chance to go international. Take advantage...

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