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SDSU Mission Valley ground breaking ceremony ushers in 'A New Era' for San Diego State

SDSU Mission Valley ground breaking ceremony ushers in ‘A New Era’ for San Diego State

by Kyle Betz, Sports Editor // August 17, 2020

After almost two years of negotiations with the city of San Diego, San Diego State broke ground on the Mission Valley site in an official ceremony Monday. The...

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City council approves conceptual purchase agreement for Mission Valley land

by Jadyn Brandt, News Editor // May 30, 2020

Many members of the San Diego State community have been eagerly awaiting the finalization of the Mission Valley Purchase and Sale Agreement for over a...

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A rendering of public recreation spaces at SDSU Mission Valley.

San Diego State unveils final Environmental Impact Report, new park renderings ahead of critical week of city, state meetings

by Michael Cline, Assistant News Editor // January 20, 2020

San Diego State and Schmidt Design Group, the university’s design partner, have unveiled new renderings of the proposed parkland and recreation spaces...

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Rendering of The Hub, a portion of the planned Mission Valley campus expansion.

City council votes unanimously to move forward with SDSU Mission Valley plan

by Michael Cline, Assistant News Editor // November 18, 2019

The negotiations between San Diego State and the City of San Diego over the university’s expansion plans in Mission Valley moved forward on Monday. In...

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Rendering of the SDSU Innovation District in Mission Valley.

SDSU increases cash offer for Mission Valley site

by Michael Cline, Assistant News Editor // October 30, 2019

San Diego State has submitted a revised proposal to the San Diego City Council to purchase 135 acres of Mission Valley land critical to the university's...

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Rendering of the proposed SDSU West river park and bike trail.

SDSU presents $68.2 million cash offer for Mission Valley site to city council

by Michael Cline, Assistant News Editor // October 15, 2019

The public negotiations between San Diego State and the City of San Diego over the site of SDSU’s Mission Valley expansion officially began on Oct. 14,...

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Rendering of the SDSU Innovation District in Mission Valley.

SDSU to present Mission Valley offer to city council

by Michael Cline, Assistant News Editor // October 13, 2019

After San Diego State awarded a $250 million contract for its new multi-use Mission Valley stadium in February, President Adela de la Torre expressed optimism...

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Breaking down the ballot: What Measure G and Measure E could mean for the SDCCU Stadium site

by Bella Ross and David Santillan // November 3, 2018

On Nov. 6, voters in the city of San Diego will take to the polls and likely see a ballot full of unfamiliar names, measures and propositions. Measure...

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SDSU West and Soccer City are too confusing. Vote ‘no’ for both measures

by Hannah Goldstone, Contributor // October 31, 2018

We’ve seen the signs, the campaigns, everybody urging us to register to vote. There are many important initiatives on the ballot this election season,...

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Former interim President Sally Roush addresses the press to express her support for the SDSU West initiative.

San Diego leaders gather to endorse SDSU West initiative

by David Santillan, Assistant News Editor // October 16, 2018

Former San Diego State Interim President Sally Roush and others came out together in support of SDSU West, or Measure G, during a press conference on Oct....

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SDSU West initiative secures more key endorsements

by Ronald Penh, Staff Writer // October 12, 2018

The SDSU West initiative took home more key endorsements this week in the final stretch before the initiative will face off against the SoccerCity initiative...

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Measure G an important step in holding police accountable

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Columnist // October 19, 2016

Who polices the police? In many cases, no one. Currently, the San Diego Police Department is responsible for investigating themselves. There is...

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