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Americans will be reluctant to a hasty COVID-19 vaccine

Americans will be reluctant to a hasty COVID-19 vaccine

by Sebastian Mendoza, Contributor // November 30, 2020

Last December, the first Coronavirus case was reported in China, which at the time seemed like a small inconvenience but would soon turn into a major international...

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Opinion: Asian American students deserve more support from the university

Opinion: Asian American students deserve more support from the university

by Jessica Octavio, Staff Writer // April 19, 2020

On Friday, April 10, San Diego States’ Filipinx cultural organization, Andrés Benficio Samahan, was violated and harassed in a xenophobic attack during...

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Opinion: The term ‘people of color’ fails to be properly inclusive of the black community

by Trinity Bland, Staff Writer // April 14, 2020

As a black woman, I naturally look for inclusive spaces and it is beneficial for both my mental health and spiritual development for me to conduct this...

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Special commentary: Equal education for minorities still lacking, needs to be addressed

by Ana Vazquez // May 2, 2018

There are times when I walk to class, and I pay close attention to the faces I pass. I focus closely on the movements they make, their eyes, their hands...

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President Adela de la Torre can be an advocate for women and minorities at SDSU

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Writer // February 7, 2018

San Diego State has just named Adela de la Torre as the university’s new permanent president. In addition to being only the ninth person to serve this...

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A kiosk in Chicano Park, Barrio Logan after danzantes performed and left offerings.

Barrio Logan residents were right to fight attempted gentrification

by Stacy Marquez, Staff Writer // November 29, 2017

In early October, Jenny Niezgoda, a white travel blogger better known as The Barefoot Bohemian on Instagram, released a Kickstarter and video stating her...

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Prejudice and racism: They differ more than you might think

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Columnist // January 27, 2016

Racism describes a system built to keep a race or ethnicity away from success and evolution — a systematic disadvantage based solely on race. By that...

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Initiative helps minorities

Initiative helps minorities

by Quinn Owen , Staff Writer // August 4, 2014

The Minority Male Community College Collaborative, started by two San Diego State professors in 2011, is now operating on a national level to improve the...

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