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Students deserve longer Thanksgiving break

Students deserve longer Thanksgiving break

by Taylor Harris, Contributor // November 22, 2021

The holiday season is right around the corner and for many, the holidays are an excuse to spend time with family, watch movies, eat good food and sip hot...

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SDSU, its time to let freshmen have cars

SDSU, it’s time to let freshmen have cars

by Taylor Harris, Contributor // September 22, 2021

Freshmen are the new kids on the block.  Leaving home for the first time can be scary and exciting at the same time.  You may be scared to leave...

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Ways to overcome homesickness easily

Ways to overcome homesickness easily

by Aaliyah Alexander, Opinion Editor // August 26, 2021

“Leaving the nest” is a big deal in our society.  In a way, it's a rite of passage — a time where parents or guardians get to see the little...

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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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One night of fun isnt worth contracting COVID-19

One night of fun isn’t worth contracting COVID-19

by Catherine Van Weele, Senior Staff Writer // September 17, 2020

Humans are social beings.  College students in particular crave human interactions.  This is a period in life when many young people leave their...

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Why I decided to attend SDSU

by Hannah Goldstone, Staff Writer // August 14, 2019

Congratulations, you’ve made it into San Diego State. Whether or not SDSU was your dream school, your backup school or just happened to be the closest...

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Why I don’t play post-date texting games

by Cassidy McCombs, Staff Writer // October 11, 2017

Last weekend I met a guy. Well, I’ve met him a few times over the course of this year. But last Saturday night my friend convinced me that this guy was...

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Studying abroad is a necessary college experience for all

by Talia Raoufpur, Senior Staff Writer // September 3, 2017

A regret many adults have following their college education may be not having spent time abroad. Whether it be studying, interning or working in another...

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Testing my comfort zone abroad

Testing my comfort zone abroad

by Zach Engberg, International Staff Writer // April 26, 2017

If someone told me two-and-a-half years ago that I would be spending this semester in Rotterdam, I don’t know if I would have believed them. Despite...

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SDSU needs more major-specific courses, less explorations courses

by Mackenzie Boss, Staff Columnist // February 10, 2016

I remember sitting in a high school math class thinking, “I can’t wait until I never have to take another math class again in my life.” Little did...

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