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Ethnic studies key to societal progress

Ethnic studies key to societal progress

by Sierra Stallworth , Contributor // October 6, 2021

There’s a saying, “Before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes.” This quote is very popular and has been repeated in speeches, classrooms, movies...

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Dr. Reddick announces resignation from SDSU via Instagram

Dr. Reddick announces resignation from SDSU via Instagram

by Katelynn Robinson, News Editor // June 14, 2021

On June 2, Dr. Bonnie Reddick resigned from her positions as the Director of the Black Resource Center and as a San Diego State faculty member. Her resignation...

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San Diego State mens soccer head coach Ryan Hopkins runs down the touchline shouting instructions at his players during the Aztecs 2-0 upset over No. 4 Washington on March 28, 2021 at the SDSU Sports Deck.

Seeking inclusivity, Hopkins joins Clive Charles Diversity Hiring Initiative

by Amber Salas, Senior Staff Writer // April 10, 2021

San Diego State men’s soccer announced Wednesday that head coach Ryan Hopkins has joined other college coaches across the nation in the Clive Charles...

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Thank you, Madame Vice President

Thank you, Madame Vice President

by Shalika Oza, Staff Writer // November 25, 2020

Growing up in America, it wasn’t often that I saw South Asian characters in the media, and if I did, they seemed exaggerated and not nearly representative...

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Joseph I. Castro, sitting president of California State University, Fresno, has been named the eighth chancellor of the California State University system.

Chancellor-select Castro announces plans for time as CSU leader

by Cal State Student Wire and Madalyn Amato // October 1, 2020

Chancellor-select Joseph I. Castro said he has no plans at this time to implement a system-wide reduction in tuition costs or fees in a press conference...

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Black Lives Matter co-founder hosts Q&A for SDSU students

Black Lives Matter co-founder hosts Q&A for SDSU students

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Staff Writer // August 30, 2020

Black Lives Matter co-founder, Patrisse Cullors spoke to San Diego State students about Black Lives Matter through a virtual Q&A on August 23. The...

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Opinion: Sen. Harris as Democratic VP Candidate is a big win for the Black and Asian community

Opinion: Sen. Harris as Democratic VP Candidate is a big win for the Black and Asian community

by Jayne Yutig, Contributor // August 20, 2020

The Democratic National Convention took place this week and its virtual stage was outshined by a historic first — the nomination of the first Black and...

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Making travel a priority leads to enriching experiences

Making travel a priority leads to enriching experiences

by Catherine Van Weele, Opinion Editor // February 26, 2020

People are always being encouraged to travel around the world to have new, exciting experiences. With school or work, making plans to travel is not something...

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Black representation matters

by Ellyse Logan, Staff Writer // February 19, 2020

The media reflects the values of the society around it. For the longest time, black voices and stories were not valued or represented. As representation...

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SDSU launches Free Speech site, Inclusivity portal to raise awareness of student rights

SDSU launches Free Speech site, Inclusivity portal to raise awareness of student rights

by Oliver Schacht, Contributor // October 23, 2019

San Diego State has launched two new web-based resources that will provide students with information regarding free speech rights and a mechanism to report...

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Diversity is essential to todays college experience

Diversity is essential to today’s college experience

by Tom Tran, Contributor // August 14, 2019

 College is a time for exploration. During this period, many college students are beginning their journey in self-awareness. Students are exploring career...

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Culture Night highlights sights and sounds of different backgrounds

Culture Night highlights sights and sounds of different backgrounds

by Stephan Early, Staff Writer // March 3, 2019

Cultural sampling came to Montezuma Hall on Feb. 20 as Alpha Pi Sigma and the Latino Student Social Work Association brought food, music and camaraderie...

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