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College Democrats and College Republicans touched on environmental issues, immigration reform ahead of the California primary. Alison Aiken, pictured left and Oliver Krvaric, right.

College Democrats and College Republicans debate ahead of March 3 primary

by Jack Molmud, Live producer // February 19, 2020

Immigration reform, student loans and reproductive rights were topics of contention Monday afternoon when the San Diego State College Republicans and College...

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A screenshot of the College Republicans Twitter page, a key part of the organization's rebrand.

College Republicans lean into right-wing rebrand in return to campus

by Bella Ross and Brenden Tuccinardi // October 30, 2019

After a rough start to the calendar year, the San Diego State College Republicans are looking to make a comeback on campus. But the organization’s...

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Members of the San Diego State College Republicans table outside Malcom A. Love Library.

California College Republicans threaten formal recognition of SDSU chapter

by Michael Cline, Staff Writer // January 23, 2019

Update: Jan. 24, 11:21 p.m. In a Jan. 24 San Diego State College Republicans meeting, club president Madison Marks-Noble said the chapter voted to voluntarily...

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Ryan Orozco, Divya Sriharan, Jake Siewertsen and Anthony Delgado (left to right) and Armando Sepulveda II (back). Representatives from student political organizations met in the student union on Nov. 5 to discuss political issues, including many that will be on the midterms ballot.

Student political organizations tackle hot button issues at campus debate

by Lauren J. Mapp // November 6, 2018

Associated Students hosted a debate between various political student organizations Nov. 5 to discuss relevant local, state and national issues prior to...

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Brandon Jones, now-former president of SDSU College Republicans, near the Education and Business Administration building on April 23.

What’s next for San Diego State’s controversial College Republicans leader?

by Will Fritz, News Editor // April 25, 2018

You’re arguably the most prominent College Republican right now. What’s it like being in the news so much? I would say it’s interesting. You know,...

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SDSU's Hepner Hall building

SDSU renames impeachment class, says focus is not President Trump

by Bella Ross, Staff Writer // March 1, 2018

San Diego State renamed a weekend course after drawing criticism that the class title implied President Donald Trump should be impeached. Previously...

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College Republicans say university claims about bomb dogs don't pass smell test

College Republicans say university claims about bomb dogs don’t pass smell test

by Will Fritz, News Editor // November 8, 2017

Controversial conservative figure Milo Yiannopoulos did not visit San Diego State last month, and one student group says the university is not being forthright...

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Milo Yiannopoulos

College Republicans, university at odds over canceled Yiannopoulos appearance

by Will Fritz, News Editor // October 5, 2017

Conservative firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos will no longer be coming to San Diego State — at least not according to the event’s organizers. In a statement...

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Professor Dae Elliott in her office located in NH-212.

Opinion: Criticism of professor Dae Elliott’s assignment is unjust

by Talia Raoufpur, Senior Staff Writer // September 27, 2017

San Diego State sociology professor Dae Elliott offered an extra credit assignment that has attracted unnecessary controversy. For the last 23 years, Elliott...

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Editorial: Black minds, like black lives, matter

Editorial: Black minds, like black lives, matter

by The Editorial Board // September 20, 2017

The issue: A "Black Minds Matter" course has drawn criticism from conservative groups on and off campus, who have accused the class of being designed...

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SDSU College Republicans President Brandon Jones speaks on Fox and Friends in September. Jones wrote for Campus Reform about a course on President Donald Trump's impeachment offered by SDSU's College of Extended Studies. The course has since been renamed to remove Trump's name. File photo

SDSU College Republicans stand up for their values

by Will Fritz, News Editor // September 20, 2017

The San Diego State College Republicans are doing their best to make SDSU a more inclusive environment for conservative students, members say. After...

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Students protest President Trump's Sept. 5 decision to end DACA.

Pelosi, Schumer say they’ve reached deal with Trump on DACA

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer // September 13, 2017

UPDATED 1:45 p.m. Sept. 14: President Donald Trump affirmed his support for a law to permanently protect DACA recipients, contradicting an earlier denial...

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