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Perspective: Teachers need to put students first

Perspective: Teachers need to put students first

by Megan Nimtz, Contributor // March 10, 2021

I was once told by my high school math teacher that I would always be a C-student.  Growing up in the American education system, this feedback was...

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I recently applied to graduate school, heres what you should know about obtaining letters of recommendation

I recently applied to graduate school, here’s what you should know about obtaining letters of recommendation

by Jake Greenfield, Staff Writer // October 21, 2020

Applying to any graduate program can be a daunting task.  In my conversations with other students applying to graduate school, many of them noted how...

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Class discussions should cater to all students, not just extroverts

Class discussions should cater to all students, not just extroverts

by Catherine Van Weele, Senior Staff Writer // October 21, 2020

Class discussions have come to play a major role in the classroom. It is supposed to be a way to engage students and help students to develop their public...

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Letter: Colleges need to hire more Conservative professors

by Wayne Lela // January 24, 2018

The San Diego State College Republicans have put out a list of 15 professors they say students should avoid because they have an agenda when presenting...

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Professors requiring their own written work is a conflict of interest

by Talia Raoufpur, Senior Staff Writer // September 13, 2017

It’s that time of year again. Students are faced with high textbook costs and with the pressure to purchase them to avoid a negative grade or feeling...

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Rate My Professors misses the point

by Maddy Perello, Contributor // August 20, 2015

Rate My Professors is an über-popular professor-rating site on which students write reviews based on class quality, easiness and perceived sexiness. Each...

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How to talk to your professors: A primer for freshmen

How to talk to your professors: A primer for freshmen

by Anna Waletzko, Staff Columnist // August 19, 2015

Warning: Despite popular belief, not all professors will wear tweed blazers or be Ted Mosby. And no, they don’t bite. But talking to your professor...

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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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