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A community-based approach to COVID-19 vaccine distribution is beneficial

A community-based approach to COVID-19 vaccine distribution is beneficial

by Jessica Octavio, Senior Staff Writer // August 3, 2021

Under the guidance of anthropologist Dr. EJ Sobo and School of Public Health co-lead Noe Crespo, San Diego State University researchers have gained valuable...

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SDSU requires COVID-19 vaccine, no longer pending FDA approval

SDSU requires COVID-19 vaccine, no longer pending FDA approval

by Trinity Bland, Managing Editor // July 27, 2021

On July 27, the California State University (CSU) system declared the COVID-19 vaccine will be required for students, faculty and staff, including auxiliary...

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School of Public Health launches home COVID test program

School of Public Health launches home COVID test program

by Catlan Nguyen, Editor in Chief // July 11, 2021

In preparation for the return of in-person classes, San Diego State’s School of Public Health will distribute 6,000 home testing kits for COVID-19 at...

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Being vaccinated doesn’t prevent you from aftermath of COVID-19

Being vaccinated doesn’t prevent you from aftermath of COVID-19

by Alyssa Phillips , Contributor // July 8, 2021

"My reservations have nothing to do with distrust or an inflated sense of self; instead, the truth behind my uncertainty is this: there’s no vaccination...

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Women's tennis team stronger after unprecedented pandemic season

Women’s tennis team stronger after unprecedented pandemic season

by Jason Freund, Sports Editor // May 22, 2021

The San Diego State women’s tennis team finished up their season on April 20 with a 3-4 loss to the UNLV Rebels. It sure was a journey to get to that...

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SDSU’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement stirs student opinion

by Evelyn Martinez, Staff Writer // April 28, 2021

On April 23, San Diego State announced that immunization against COVID-19 will be required for students, faculty and staff who plan to access the campus...

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Pride Center provides safe space for LGBTQ+ students amid pandemic

Pride Center provides safe space for LGBTQ+ students amid pandemic

by Isabel Smith, Staff Writer // April 28, 2021

Since its opening in 2014, the Pride Center at San Diego State University has provided a safe space for students of all sexual and gender identities to...

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San Diego State football head coach Brady Hoke speaks in front of the media on April 20, 2021 to provide an update on spring practices.

Spring ball update: Upperclassmen show leadership, Aztecs receive COVID-19 vaccine

by Andrew Finley, Senior Staff Writer // April 27, 2021

After a full week of spring practices in the rear-view mirror, SDSU football is starting to fire on all cylinders. An inter-squad scrimmage to end week...

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San Diego State volleyball senior middle blocker Erin Gillcrist high-fives her teammates before the Aztecs' 3-0 win over Colorado State on April 3, 2021 at Peterson Gym.

Two takeaways: Looking back at the 2021 spring volleyball season

by Breven Honda and Megan Oytas // April 26, 2021

In an unprecedented year, San Diego State volleyball wrapped up its season on April 3 with a 3-0 win over Colorado State. The fall season was pushed...

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Opinion: Why you should get the COVID-19 vaccine

Opinion: Why you should get the COVID-19 vaccine

by Sara Rott, Staff Writer // April 21, 2021

It's been a year since what's felt like the world has shut down, a pandemic struck and barriers prevented us from going about our daily lives. Now we...

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SDSU study abroad programs to remain suspended through the summer

SDSU study abroad programs to remain suspended through the summer

by Patrick Doyle, Senior Staff Writer // April 21, 2021

As COVID-19 vaccinations continue to roll out around the world with varying success, San Diego State has confirmed that all faculty-led study abroad programs...

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San Diego State women's soccer junior forward Anna Toohey attempts to work her way around Fresno State defenders during the Aztecs' 2-1 win over Fresno State on March 27, 2021 at the SDSU Sports Deck.

Women’s soccer loses in heartbreak to New Mexico 3-2, Lobos win Mountain West Final

by Devin Whatley, Arts & Culture Editor // April 18, 2021

There’s a common saying that sports bring “the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.” At the UNM Soccer Complex in Albuquerque, the Mountain...

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