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Straight allies should do more to advocate for LGBTQ+ students on campus

Straight allies should do more to advocate for LGBTQ+ students on campus

by Alexa Oslowski, Photo Editor // April 28, 2021

It’s no secret that 2021 is set to become the worst year for legislative attacks against LGBTQ+ people.  Viral videos have circulated of trans elementary...

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Some of the featured artists include Hayley Kiyoko, Lady Gaga, Little Richard, Freddie Mercury and Janelle Monaé

A timeline of LGBTQ+ influence in music

by Ryan Hardison and Jacob Sullivan // April 27, 2021

There’s a long-standing saying that goes “history is told by the victors.” Usually, it’s applied to entire nations and the regrettable atrocities...

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We need more gender-neutral restrooms

We need more gender-neutral restrooms

by Catherine Van Weele, Senior Staff Writer // April 27, 2021

Gender-neutral restrooms are becoming more commonplace, as they should. It is an important step to be inclusive of people who are transgender and non-binary...

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The Pride Center offers weekly events for LGTBQ+ students to connect with others in the campus community.

Pride Center provides important virtual connections for campus LGBTQ+ community

by Alexa Oslowski, Photo Editor // March 31, 2021

It’s easy to feel isolated from your community during a completely online world. However, resource centers are an amazing space to connect with other...

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Yna Pineda performing an original song accompanied with graphic design illustrations from Kenzie Barnickle. Screenshot courtesy of More Than Music.

Aztec Music Group, SDSU Rotaract team up for ‘More Than Music’ festival

by Catlan Nguyen, Social Media Editor // February 23, 2021

The flashing lights.  The feeling of excitement and anticipation in the air.  Being connected to your community. These are all aspects regular...

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Black transgender lives are the backbone of the queer community and still continue to experience discrimination in the United States

Black transgender lives are the backbone of the queer community and still continue to experience discrimination in the United States

by Jessica Octavio, Staff Writer // June 30, 2020

Black transgender lives matter.  This Pride Month, it would be inappropriate to celebrate or educate ourselves about the LGBTQ+ community without recognizing...

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Presentadores drag queens se presentaron en el evento de OSTEM.

Tributo a Selena en barbacoa LGBTQ+

by Lucelis Martínez, Escritora // November 20, 2019

La organización oSTEM de la Universidad Estatal de San Diego brindó una bienvenida especial a sus miembros. Esta gran barbacoa anual fue dedicada para...

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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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This month, celebrate black trailblazers

by Karlene Sanchez, Contributor // February 13, 2019

In honor of Black History Month, we must not only honor and celebrate historic events that took place in the U.S., but, we must also take into consideration...

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Campus-wide email reinforces university's support for trans, non-binary students

Campus-wide email reinforces university’s support for trans, non-binary students

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // December 5, 2018

San Diego State Chief Diversity Officer J. Luke Wood and Dean of Students Randy Timm publicly supported transgender and non-binary members of the campus...

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Rising pop vocalist Kim Petras to perform at SDSU with Troye Sivan

Rising pop vocalist Kim Petras to perform at SDSU with Troye Sivan

by Julianna Ress, Arts & Culture Editor // October 17, 2018

Troye Sivan is one of 2018’s biggest breakout pop stars with the release of his second album, “Bloom,” and for the tour in support of the record,...

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An example of undocumented LGBTQ activist Julio Salgado's art work. Photo from @CultureStrike

Undocumented, LGBTQ activist to speak at Student Union

by Jocelyn Moran and David Santillan // April 18, 2018

Julio Salgado, one of the founders of DreamersAdrift and manager of the CultureStrike project, will be at the Montezuma Theater inside of the Conrad Prebys...

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