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Signs outside of a construction zone by the SDSU Gateway Center warn about the dangers of COVID-19 and how to stay safe.

$130 million in projects suspended at SDSU to mitigate impacts of coronavirus

by Kaitlyn Little, News Editor // May 7, 2020

San Diego State has decided to suspend $130 million in projects in an attempt to mitigate the financial impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, according...

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Construction is the answer to San Diegos housing crisis

Construction is the answer to San Diego’s housing crisis

by Dylan Meisner, Staff Writer // March 4, 2020

San Diego is currently in the midst of a housing situation that can only be described as a crisis. This crisis is made up of two parts: the rise and continuation...

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Christian sorority pushes university to reconsider plans to demolish their house

by Jack Molmud, Senior Staff Writer // April 10, 2019

If construction plans pull through, the only Christian sorority at San Diego State will soon be without a home. Alpha Delta Chi was notified by the...

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Student Success Specialist for PSFA Renee Rodriguez-Merino works in a temporary office space on the fourth floor of Adams Humanities after dangerous fumes in the PSFA building have deemed the area unsafe for faculty.

Dangerous fumes force faculty out of PSFA building

by David Santillan, Assistant News Editor // March 6, 2019

Fumes from renovations in the Professional Studies and Fine Arts building have prompted at least one department to temporarily relocate their offices to...

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Reported gas leak determined a false alarm

Reported gas leak determined a false alarm

by Bella Ross, News Editor // July 10, 2018

Reports of a gas leak on San Diego State's campus turned out to be a false alarm Tuesday afternoon. SDSU students and parents started receiving texts...

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Construction continues at San Diego State University.

Construction continues on campus

by Lauren J. Mapp, Staff Writer // October 20, 2017

Construction projects throughout the San Diego State campus are continuing this semester, with some completion dates set for the end of this year and the...

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Campus construction continues through fall semester

by Jasmine Bermudez, Senior Staff Writer // September 7, 2016

New Recreation Field A new recreation field located behind Storm Hall West opened on Aug. 29. The field belongs to Aztec Recreation and includes turf...

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A.S. update: Council reviews student worker requirements

A.S. update: Council reviews student worker requirements

by Jacob Sisneros, Senior Staff Writer // November 23, 2015

In a joint meeting of the College Life Council and University Council, Associated Students members reflected on their work this semester and got a visit...

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Construction begins for Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex

Construction begins for Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex

by Jacob Sisneros, Senior Staff Writer // November 10, 2015

Construction officially began for the Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex at San Diego State on Friday, Nov. 6. Nearly 250 people, including...

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Zura Hall surfers embrace sustainability

Zura Hall surfers embrace sustainability

by Sierra Egasani, Contributor // September 24, 2015

The Zura Hall residential living community focused on sustainability and surfing attended the Sustainable Stoke Conference along with several important...

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Zura renovation revamps dorm life

Zura renovation revamps dorm life

by Kalah Siegel, Staff Writer // April 23, 2015

San Diego State students know the residence halls are at the center of the freshmen experience. They are the setting for all-nighters, new friendships,...

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Plan for College Avenue sparks debate

by Emely Navarro, Staff Writer // March 16, 2015

The San Diego State mix-use project South Campus Plaza has spurred debate among San Diego organizations and the community. The project, currently under...

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