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Anti-semitic leaders invited to speak at SDSU slavery reparations summit

Anti-semitic leaders invited to speak at SDSU slavery reparations summit

by Katelynn Robinson and Kaitlyn Little // December 27, 2019

A San Diego State student proposal for a summit to discuss slavery reparations sparked controversy when the list of proposed speakers included accused...

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The Nov. 28 Three Perspectives on Pittsburgh event attracted so many attendees that it had to be relocated from its initial location directly prior to its start.

‘Three Perspectives on Pittsburgh’ event makes connection between domestic terrorism and modern anti-semitism

by Johann Derek Oribello, Staff Writer // November 30, 2018

Three distinguished San Diego State professors gathered on Nov. 28 to analyze the history of anti-Semitism and its connection to the recent shooting at...

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Campus vigil honors those killed in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

by Bella Ross and Sofia Bert // October 30, 2018

The crowd of university and community members, sitting silently among one another in a moment of reflection, joined hands. “We will build a better...

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Jewish students welcome at State

Jewish students welcome at State

by Jasmine Bermudez, Senior Staff Writer // January 18, 2017

The Algemeiner, a Jewish newspaper in New York, named SDSU one of “The 40 Worst Colleges for Jewish Students in 2016” on Jan. 12. Director of Hillel...

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Hillel San Diego dedicates new building

Hillel San Diego dedicates new building

by Ashley Quintero, Staff Writer // October 16, 2014

Hillel of San Diego, a local nonprofit that brings together Jewish students, dedicated the Melvin Garb Hillel Center this past Sunday, the fourth day of...

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Highlighting the word Belief

Religious differences compromise true purpose

by Richard Freeland, Contributor // September 6, 2014

“If a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand.” One would assume a Christian organization, or any religious organization, would...

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