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Final day of commencement for 2020, 2021 graduates

Final day of commencement for 2020, 2021 graduates

by Noelani Sapla, Photo Editor // June 16, 2021

 

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Doctoral candidates from the college of Health and Human Services.

Colleges of HHS, PSFA close out historic 2021 commencement

by Jayne Yutig, Multimedia Assistant Editor // June 13, 2021

On May 27, graduates from the College of Health and Human Services (HHS) and College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts (PSFA) at San Diego State concluded...

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Master's recipients at SDSU commencement in Petco Park

In-person commencement continues by honoring humanities, engineering and business

by Sara Rott and Jayne Yutig // June 7, 2021

On May 26, the 2020-21 graduating classes of the College of Arts and Letters, College of Engineering and Fowler College took the stage at Petco Park for...

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In-person commencement ceremonies reunite students

In-person commencement ceremonies reunite students

by Josh Petrofsky and Jayne Yutig // June 1, 2021

The College of Education and College of Sciences at San Diego State kicked off three days of historic in-person commencement ceremonies at Petco Park on...

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San Diego State football scrimmages in front of an empty Qualcomm crowd.

SDSU needs its own stadium

by Joe Faria, Staff Columnist // August 23, 2017

San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium, also known as “The Q,” opened in 1967 and has served as the home for the then San Diego Chargers, San Diego Padres...

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An aerial view of Qualcomm Stadium.

SoccerCity faces many challenges ahead of 2018 special election

by Mary York, Digital Sports Editor // August 23, 2017

Three trolley stops away from campus, nestled in Mission Valley, is the sports icon of San Diego: Qualcomm Stadium. For more than half a century, the...

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Junior guard Trey Kell (3) stares down his defender, USD sophomore guard Olin Carter III.

Shorthanded Aztecs open 2016-17 season with a 69-59 win over USD

by Zach Engberg, Assistant Sports Editor // November 11, 2016

San Diego State men's basketball began its 2016-17 season with the unveiling of its National Invitational Tournament Semifinalist banner, a stark reminder...

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Men's basketball notes: SDSU's historically bad first half and Pope's shot choice

Men’s basketball notes: SDSU’s historically bad first half and Pope’s shot choice

by Patrick Carr, Sports Editor // December 6, 2015

There are games when a team has an occasional off night. With San Diego State’s men’s basketball team, those off nights come in the forms of off-halves...

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SDSU men's basketball notebook: The challenge of shooting outdoors and City Championship history

SDSU men’s basketball notebook: The challenge of shooting outdoors and City Championship history

by Ryan Posner, Assistant Sports Editor // December 6, 2015

The last time the San Diego State men's basketball team played a game outdoors, it was a forgettable outing. SDSU was defeated by Syracuse University...

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San Diego spots offer adventure

San Diego spots offer adventure

by Kalah Siegel, Staff Writer // August 19, 2015

Welcome (or welcome back) to America’s finest city – San Diego. Incoming freshmen or returning “in-the-know” upperclassmen, there are a few San...

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Hardwell gets EDM fans raving

Hardwell gets EDM fans raving

by Jamie Ballard // April 10, 2014

High temperatures didn’t deter massive crowds from coming to LED’s Hardwell in the Park event on March 23, ready to dance the afternoon away....

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