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Senior Farewell: Diane López Olea

Senior Farewell: Diane López Olea

by Diane López, Assistant Mundo Azteca Editor // May 16, 2020

It’s hard to go through college when you don’t believe in yourself. As a first-generation student, I never had the resources or someone I could ask...

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SDSU faculty and students demand more from its Hispanic-Serving Institution

SDSU faculty and students demand more from its Hispanic-Serving Institution

by Maria del Carmen Huerta, Senior Staff Writer // January 20, 2016

The U.S. Department of Education last year released provisional data that reported Latino students at universities have increased by more than 20 percent...

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JMS accents Latino media

JMS accents Latino media

by David Hernandez, News Editor // October 9, 2014

San Diego State’s School of Journalism and Media Studies will offer a new course that will allow students to enhance their Spanish writing skills and...

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Latino council states concerns to Hirshman

Latino council states concerns to Hirshman

by Emily Brennan , Staff Writer // October 2, 2014

The Chicano Latino Concilio recently presented a vision to San Diego State administrators in an effort to encourage action toward creating a more supportive...

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SDSU honored for Hispanic Peace Corps volunteer participation

SDSU honored for Hispanic Peace Corps volunteer participation

by Quinn Owen // April 25, 2014

San Diego State was voted no. 1 of the Top 10 Hispanic-Serving Institutions to send volunteers to the Peace Corps. SDSU topped the charts after sending...

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Blanket terms don’t reflect all lifestyles

by Jose Gutierrez // April 1, 2014

The pan-ethnic terms Hispanic and Latino encompass approximately 53 million people in the U.S., but the vague words leave much to be desired. Just what...

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SDSU professor leads largest Latino health research project

by Michelle Monroy // March 25, 2014

An SDSU professor led the largest research study ever conducted on Hispanic and Latino health. Graduate School of Public Health professor Gregory Talavera,...

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