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The SDSU Library requires student to show their valid COVID-19 clearance in order to study in the building.

SDSU Library implements COVID-19 safety security measures

by Sara Rott, Senior Staff Writer // October 13, 2021

When the pandemic hit, the long 16-month quarantine took this away for many students who used the rich resources to succeed academically. In accordance...

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SDSU has both the highest percentage of vaccinated students and the highest case count.

COVID update: the good, bad and ugly

by Katelynn Robinson, News Editor // October 13, 2021

One year ago today, San Diego State announced there had been a total of 1,157 COVID-19 cases, over 400 being on campus and 726 from students off-campus.  Since...

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Many of SDSUs dining locations are mostly employed by students. Students working in the food industry have faced a unique array of struggles while operating during a pandemic.

Inside look into new challenges for on-campus restaurant workers

by Catlan Nguyen, Editor in Chief // October 6, 2021

San Diego State workers at various East Commons dining locations said challenges during the transition back this semester have included fear of exposure...

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Doctors dismantle dangerous COVID-19 vaccine rumors and address concerns about how the virus spreads.

Misinformation clouding your judgement? Health professionals discuss COVID-19 truths

by Cheryl Akpenyi, Contributor // September 29, 2021

On Wednesday, Sept. 22  The San Diego Association of Black Journalists organization hosted an event called "Myth Busting Covid: Fact or Fiction?" The...

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The APIDA Center has opened for the first time on SDSUs campus. The center was able to host over 300 programs through their virtual platform last school year.

APIDA Center opens in-person for first time ever, called ‘home away from home’

by Brittany Cruz-Fejeran, Contributor // September 29, 2021

Decades in the making, the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Center is finally open in person. The center officially opened during the COVID-19...

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SDSU students vote to keep Gavin Newsom in office

by Catlan Nguyen, Editor in Chief // September 17, 2021

Editor in chief Catlan Nguyen talks to San Diego State students at Viejas Arena about how they voted in the California gubernatorial recall election.

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Steps to follow after testing positive for the coronavirus

by Katelynn Robinson, News Editor // September 15, 2021

As students return to campus, classes and to their social events COVID-19 cases have been on the rise. This news was expected because, although 95.2% of...

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San Diego State reaches 96 COVID-19 cases

by Lucelis Martinez, Staff Writer // September 8, 2021

San Diego State released a university-wide email encouraging students to be mindful of COVID-19 during the Labor Day weekend.  As of Sept. 7, the university...

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Wellness Kiosk located on SDSU main campus.

SDSU reaches 15 COVID-19 cases, Wellness Kiosks installed

by Katelynn Robinson, News Editor // August 31, 2021

San Diego State has installed 20 vending machines in various locations throughout campus called Wellness Kiosks that dispense self-administered COVID-19...

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Graphic of teacher on the left wearing mask and teacher on the right not wearing mask.

Students and faculty discuss instructors’ choice to wear or not wear masks

by Sara Rott, Senior Staff Writer // August 31, 2021

After a fully virtual year of classes, San Diego State returned back to in-person classes on Aug 23. COVID-19 guidelines have been updated and enforced...

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Michael Gerdes conducting the SDSU orchestra in a performance of Edward Elgars Enigma Variations in March 2020.

How SDSU music majors navigated through the COVID-19 pandemic

by Marian Cuevas, Contributor // August 25, 2021

The pandemic affected students in many ways. With campus shutting down and moving, music majors were particularly gloomy. Around the corner of each...

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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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