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The Harlem Renaissance is worth remembering

The Harlem Renaissance is worth remembering

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // March 10, 2021

While most are well aware of the European Renaissance and some of its prominent participants such as William Shakespeare and Michelangelo, it is rare for...

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The history of Black female poets is brief and incomplete

The history of Black female poets is brief and incomplete

by Riley Martinez, Contributor // February 24, 2021

It is well known that art forms the heart of America. Whether through movies, music or written media, art is often what binds us together during those...

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They walked so I could run

They walked so I could run

by Aaliyah Alexander, Staff Writer // February 3, 2021

I have the honor and privilege to say I am one of the “lucky ones.”  As a 21st century Black woman, I live in an era where I am free to pursue...

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Awakened and empowered, young Americans will hold politicians accountable

Awakened and empowered, young Americans will hold politicians accountable

by Sebastian Mendoza, Contributor // November 24, 2020

The year 2020 has been but a long series of peculiarities that would leave anyone’s mouth open in disbelief. Political chaos in the United States has...

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History professor Elizabeth Pollard's new course on comic books, Conquering Social Issues Through Comic Studies (HIST-157), begins this fall semester.

History professor creates new course on comic books

by Juniper Perkins, Senior Staff Writer // August 27, 2020

Comic lovers can bring their passion to the virtual classroom with a new history course at San Diego State this year. Conquering Social Issues Through...

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Take the initiative to educate yourself on Black History Month

by Trinity Bland, Staff Writer // February 19, 2020

Black History Month is among us and as a black woman, I am more than grateful to acknowledge this in the spaces in which I find myself. It is truly an...

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Opinion: Remember the true history of colonization this Thanksgiving

Opinion: Remember the true history of colonization this Thanksgiving

by Sam Mason, Staff Writer // November 25, 2019

White people need to be better about acknowledging the true history of this country and the relationship between our ancestors and indigenous people. They...

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Finances shouldn't hold students back from study abroad opportunities

Finances shouldn’t hold students back from study abroad opportunities

by Karlene Sanchez, Staff Writer // September 4, 2019

Studying abroad is a beautiful way to broaden your horizons.  Experiencing the cultures and traditions practiced in another country, whether the people...

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Lomaland exhibit in library displays rich local history

Lomaland exhibit in library displays rich local history

by Stephan Early, Staff Writer // January 30, 2019

An exhibit showing the history of one of the city's most popular spots and the legacy of the revolutionary woman who first staked her claim to it is now...

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Due to the coronavirus pandemic San Diego State has transitioned to primarily online instruction using Zoom, Canvas and Blackboard.

Campus speaker says fact-checking could be a weak spot for new generation of students

by Michael Cline, Staff Writer // November 20, 2018

Despite living in an age where information is easily accessible through technology, a Stanford University professor said he's found that a large number...

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SDSU celebrates 120 years of history with author and anthropologist Seth Mallios

SDSU celebrates 120 years of history with author and anthropologist Seth Mallios

by Diana Guevarra, Staff Writer // November 13, 2017

As part of SDSU’s 120th anniversary celebration, anthropologist and author of “Hail Montezuma!: The Hidden Treasures of San Diego State,” Seth Mallios...

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A peek into the campus archives

by Ahmad Dixon, Staff Writer // January 25, 2017

As a history major, I have a decent amount of access to the San Diego State archives. During my time in the archives, I have found several interesting...

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