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Students who live in Mexico cross the border on a daily basis to attend classes at SDSU.

Students cross the border to attend classes at SDSU

by Karelly Vidrio, Contributor // October 13, 2021

San Diego State has a community of Latino students who cross the border between Tijuana and San Diego in order to have an education on campus. Hundreds...

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The SDSU Latinx Resource Center is located on the first floor of the Love Library.

$15 million awarded to SDSU for Latinx disparity research

by Brittany Cruz-Fejeran, Staff Writer // October 13, 2021

The Faculty United Toward Excellence in Research and Transformational Engagement (FUERTE) program at San Diego State has been awarded a $15 million grant...

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President Ashley Tejada pulls from Peruvian roots as student leader

by Jayne Yutig , Assistant Multimedia Editor // October 13, 2021

Associated Students President Ashley Tejada is the ninth woman to represent over 33,000 students that make up the San Diego State student body since 1921....

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‘En Confianza’ es un grupo de apoyo donde los estudiantes que se identifican como latinx/hispanx pueden recibir
ayuda para mejaror la salud mental.

En Confianza provides fun and safe space for Latinx, Chicanx and Hispanx students

by Lucelis Martínez, Staff Writer // October 13, 2021

En Confianza (In Confidence) is a group focused on offering a safe space for students who identify as Latinx/Chicanx and/or Hispanx, according to the university. The...

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Acknowledge Roberto Clementes legacy this Hispanic Heritage Month

Acknowledge Roberto Clemente’s legacy this Hispanic Heritage Month

by Trinity Bland , Managing Editor // October 13, 2021

With MLB players like Jackie Robinson and Hank Aaron having decorated legacies on constant display, names like Roberto Clemente often find a spot to rest...

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College of Engineering alumna and Solar Turbines, Inc. Manager Daisy Galeana (left) speaks with Dr. Ellen Ochoa (right) at the President’s Lecture Series on Oct. 2.

First Hispanic woman to enter space earns honorary doctorate degree from SDSU

by Brenden Tuccinardi , Engagement Editor // October 3, 2019

Astronaut and San Diego State alumni Dr. Ellen Ochoa can now add an honorary Doctor of Science degree to her already impressive resume.  Ochoa, who...

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Profesor brinda apoyo a minorias en SDSU

Profesor brinda apoyo a minorias en SDSU

by Noé Sandoval , Escritor // October 2, 2019

Las relaciones entre universitarios y profesores en la Universidad Estatal de San Diego es importante para desarrollar las aptitudes para un carrera.   Nathian...

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Angelica Espinoza is the first Latina A.S. executive to serve in 15 years.

First Latina A.S. executive elected in 15 years

by Daniel Farr, Staff Writer // October 2, 2019

Associated Students had not had a Latina executive for 15 years. But that streak has been broken. Last spring, international studies and conflict resolution...

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C.A.F.E. provides community for Central American students at SDSU.

Central Americans for Empowerment provides community for students

by Daniel Guerrero, Staff Writer // October 2, 2019

When social science senior Natalie Martinez arrived at San Diego State, she looked for a place where she could connect with people like her.  Martinez,...

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Campus Life Movie Series brings history to campus

by Joe Gilmore, Contributor // October 12, 2015

At 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 1, the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union theater screened “Delano Manongs: Forgotten Heroes of the United Farm Workers Movement”...

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