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The decrease in the number of humanitites courses required to graduate has led to outrage on other CSU campuses where some students claim this decision will limit students’ exposure to varying cultural perspectives.

CSU implements changes to GE humanities requirements

by Aretha Matsushima, Contributor // October 17, 2018

California State University-wide changes to general education requirements, which have not yet been implemented at San Diego State, mean students will...

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SI leaders help students in general education STEM courses learn complicated concepts.

STEM students see success with Supplemental Instruction tutoring program

by David Santillan, Assistant News Editor // August 22, 2018

The tutoring program known as Supplemental Instruction has proven to be successful in helping students with difficult general education classes. The...

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SDSU offers new financial literacy class next fall

SDSU offers new financial literacy class next fall

by Nicole Sazegar , Senior Staff Writer // April 27, 2016

The minute high school is over, the umbilical cords attaching students to their parents are cut, and they’re left to fend for themselves in the real...

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History of Motown class offers rich insight on modern pop music

History of Motown class offers rich insight on modern pop music

by Scarlet Keolanui, Contributor // March 2, 2016

Motown music began as the Motown record label in the 1960s and evolved into its own  sound, a style of soul music with pop influences that’s still prevalent...

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SDSU history of prime-time television course bridges generations of media

SDSU history of prime-time television course bridges generations of media

by Julianna Ress, Contributor // February 29, 2016

Professor Stuart Voytilla had his eye on teaching the history of prime-time television for some time. Now he’s making the class his own. History of...

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SDSU needs more major-specific courses, less explorations courses

by Mackenzie Boss, Staff Columnist // February 10, 2016

I remember sitting in a high school math class thinking, “I can’t wait until I never have to take another math class again in my life.” Little did...

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Are GE classes really worth it?

Are GE classes really worth it?

by Staff // March 10, 2014

by Erik Sena, Staff Columnist and Sabrina Shahawi, Staff Columnist  General education classes are a traditional part of an overall college education....

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