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Perspective: I still dont know what I want in life and thats okay

Perspective: I still don’t know what I want in life and that’s okay

by Roxanna Boren , Contributor // September 22, 2021

Every individual has their own perception of what their final loss of childhood and final fleeting moments of youth are.  Some think it’s turning...

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Virus may push Spring 2020 commencement ceremony to December

Virus may push Spring 2020 commencement ceremony to December

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Staff Writer // July 14, 2020

Recent San Diego State graduates may have to wait even longer for an in-person commencement ceremony.  In a campus wide email, SDSU announced possible...

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Despedida de Diane López asistente de Mundo Azteca

Despedida de Diane López asistente de Mundo Azteca

by Diane López, Asist. de Mundo Azteca // May 16, 2020

Y aquí se termina este capítulo de mi vida… Estoy agradecida por todo lo que Mundo Azteca me ofreció y por hacerme creer en mí misma. Además...

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SDSU seniors react to the realities of a virtual graduation

SDSU seniors react to the realities of a virtual graduation

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Staff Writer // May 7, 2020

San Diego State seniors will be turning their tassels behind their computer screens this May, as this year’s graduation marks the first-ever digital...

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CSU: Commencement ceremonies to be postponed, virtual platforms adopted system-wide

by Bella Ross, Editor in Chief // March 17, 2020

All campuses within the California State University system are planning to postpone commencement ceremonies due to coronavirus concerns, according to an...

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SDSUs graduating seniors plan their next steps

SDSU’s graduating seniors plan their next steps

by Nakia Richardson, Staff Writer // May 8, 2019

As another school year comes to a close, San Diego State seniors are gearing up for graduation. With every group of graduates, there are always different...

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Students will soon be able to use their preferred names on their diplomas in lieu of their legal ones

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // April 17, 2019

Students who don’t identify with their birth or legal names will soon be able to have a preferred name printed on their diplomas from San Diego State. Starting...

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Preparing for graduation amidst industry layoffs

Preparing for graduation amidst industry layoffs

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // February 6, 2019

Senior year was supposed to be an exciting time. Between sessions of working on my multimedia capstone project and practicing my photojournalism and video...

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Graduation fee increases, becomes one-time payment

Graduation fee increases, becomes one-time payment

by Shauny Silas, Staff Writer // January 30, 2019

San Diego State’s graduation fee and process have been updated to include a one-time $100 fee starting the December 2019 graduation filing period. The...

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SDSU releases top 10 majors for class of 2018

by Bella Ross, News Editor // May 10, 2018

With commencement around the corner for thousands of San Diego State seniors, the university this week announced the top 10 majors for the class of 2018. First...

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These SDSU graduation photos are a mess

April 27, 2018

San Diego State students take graduation photos with glitter and champagne creating potentially dangerous and environmentally harmful messes.

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Champagne, confetti, balloons and a graduation gown near Hepner Hall.

Graduation season leads to confetti blitz

by Lauren J. Mapp, Staff Writer // April 25, 2018

Students in white dresses, black graduation gowns and red San Diego State sashes have filled the walkways near Hepner Hall on weekend afternoons all month....

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