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A screenshot of Jazmine Rogers showcasing the concept of slow fashion to SDSU students.

Sustainable fashion advocate brings awareness to slow fashion

by Aleah Jarin, Senior Staff Writer // April 28, 2021

San Diego-based sustainable fashion and lifestyle advocate, Jazmine Rogers (@thatcurlytop), discussed the interconnectedness of fashion and sustainability...

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This board is a collective intention mural where people wrote how they intend to contribute to the world.

What you need to know for Greenfest

by Juniper Perkins, Staff Writer // March 10, 2020

Greenfest is finally here with a week filled to the brim with exciting events.  This year’s theme: reach with your roots.  “We’ve been planning...

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Battle of the Bands threw down on December 5th.

Bands battle for GreenFest spot

by Aaliyah Alexander, Contributor // December 11, 2019

Battle of the Bands fanatics rushed into Montezuma Hall on Thursday, Dec. 5 to cheer on artists that competed for a spot to be the opening act for...

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Marketing freshman Zoe Swift was victorious the vintage pop-up shop category.

Students reduce, reuse and re-style at GreenFest Enviro-Fashion Show

by Madeleine Schwarz, Staff Writer // March 27, 2019

Illusion jewelry, balaclavas and re-constructed suits were just some of the student-made pieces that strutted down a candle-lit Montezuma Hall runway on...

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Members of the Enviro-Business Society and Associated Students GreenLove. Photo courtesy of Sabrina Laut.

SDSU to play host to Point of Intervention sustainability fair

by Camille Dejoras, Staff Writer // April 16, 2018

On April 23 and 24, A.S. Greenfest and Green Love are partnering with the Post-Landfill Action Network to host their Point of Intervention Tour, a sustainability...

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The crowd at a prior Greenfest. File photo.

GreenFest sustains the campus community with a week of events

by Stacy Marquez, Staff Writer // February 21, 2018

GreenFest, presented by San Diego State's Associated Students and SDSU's Enviro-Business Society, kicks off another year of its GreenFest Week, Feb. 25-Mar....

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The Associated Students University Council convenes for its bi-weekly meeting Sept. 27.

A.S. update: Career fair, new president, mascot task force, upcoming events

by Amber Nelson, Staff Writer // February 2, 2018

The Associated Students Campus Life Council met on Jan. 31 for its first biweekly council meeting of the spring semester. The council discussed Student...

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One of Jackson Deans backup musicians accompanies the R&B singer.

Students Rock out while recycling at GreenFest’s Battle of the Bands

by Kelly Kerrigan, Staff Writer // December 13, 2017

This years Battle of the Bands proved once again how talented the students of San Diego State are. The event, hosted by GreenFest, promoted sustainability...

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Event aims to move students from surviving to thriving

Event aims to move students from ‘surviving to thriving’

by Nicole Badgley, Staff Writer // April 26, 2017

Associated Students’ Green Love and Green Fest hosted keynote speaker Mustafa Santiago Ali to speak at their Environmental Justice in America event....

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Close up photo of Hepner Hall at SDSU

A.S. Update: President Hirshman’s leave, YG paid for performance

by Jasmine Bermudez, Senior Staff Writer // March 17, 2017

Campus Life Council discussed new training proposals and informational campaigns, SDSU President Elliot Hirshman’s announcement to leave, YG’s performance...

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YG did not break $60k contract

YG did not break $60k contract

by Kayla Jimenez, News Editor // March 13, 2017

Despite a report by Complex magazine claiming rapper YG broke a contract with San Diego State by performing “F--- Donald Trump” at the GreenFest concert,...

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YG politicizes Greenfest concert

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // March 8, 2017

In 2017, the lines of politicization have been blurred to the point of nonexistence and understandably so. When the president of the United States is...

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