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City certifies signatures for SDSU West initiative

by Will Fritz, News Editor // February 16, 2018

The San Diego City Clerk verified signatures in support of the SDSU West initiative Thursday, clearing a hurdle for the project to go to a public vote. Friends...

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Pro-SoccerCity organization garners support from SDSU students

by Bella Ross, Staff Writer // December 8, 2017

Less than a week after the presentation of San Diego State’s plan to expand into Mission Valley, a new pro-SoccerCity organization is looking to kick...

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Editor in Chief Andrew Dyer interviewed San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer Sept. 22.

Q&A: San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer

by Andrew Dyer, Editor in Chief // October 18, 2017

San Diego State is launching a pitched political battle that touches on many of the issues that define life in Southern California — land use, higher...

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An aerial view of Qualcomm Stadium.

SoccerCity faces many challenges ahead of 2018 special election

by Mary York, Digital Sports Editor // August 23, 2017

Three trolley stops away from campus, nestled in Mission Valley, is the sports icon of San Diego: Qualcomm Stadium. For more than half a century, the...

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San Diego State football scrimmages in front of an empty Qualcomm crowd.

SDSU would benefit from shared stadium with MLS

by Mayer Pohlod, Staff Columnist // August 23, 2017

After the newly-dubbed Los Angeles Chargers bolted Qualcomm Stadium for Carson, California, San Diego State quickly turned around with the slogan “One...

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Future of Qualcomm Stadium, grounds crew remain in limbo

by Jacob Sisneros, Editor in Chief // May 3, 2017

Every weekday his hand hits the alarm at 5 a.m. He gets dressed, drinks a cup of coffee and makes the one-hour commute from Temecula, California to...

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Rendering of the proposed SoccerCity event plaza. Courtesy of FS Investors

EDITORIAL: ‘SoccerCity’ earns red card

by The Editorial Board // February 22, 2017
The redevelopment of Qualcomm is a once-in-a-century opportunity for the region — one that shouldn’t be squandered on the first pretty rendering to come along.
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