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Student activists hold signs in front of Hepner Hall at San Diego State during the rally on Thursday, April 18, 2019.

SDSU’s black community presents list of demands in response to racial intolerance on campus

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // April 19, 2019

Black students, allies and faculty members marched down Campanile Drive to Hepner Hall during a rally on April 18 where supporters demonstrated their intolerance...

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Members of MEChA de SDSU gathered outside Arts and Letters on March 6 to rally in solidarity with poor students.

MEChA rally leads University Senate to consider economic factors in admissions, extend Compact for Success program

by Johann Derek Oribello, Staff Writer // March 13, 2019

The San Diego State University Senate decided to consider economic factors in the university’s admission process on March 5 in a push toward the inclusion...

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The Sanders rally and all of its hype

by Julianna McDowell, Contributor // April 6, 2016

When I got the email from Bernie Sanders’ campaign, I nearly fell out of my chair. I was hyped. I was more than hyped. Dare I say, I was hella hyped...

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Demonstrators bring Mizzou movement to SDSU

Demonstrators bring Mizzou movement to SDSU

by Jasmine Bermudez, Staff Writer // November 12, 2015

The Africana Studies Major and Minor Association, Concerned Students and other San Diego State student organizations coordinated a rally Thursday in solidarity...

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SDSU fraternity council suspends social activities after sexual assault rally allegations

SDSU fraternity council suspends social activities after sexual assault rally allegations

by David Hernandez and Quinn Owen // November 25, 2014

Following allegations of fraternity members harassing demonstrators rallying against sexual assault, San Diego State’s InterFraternity Council has suspended...

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[VIDEO] Second sexual assault rally gains momentum

by Emily Brennan, Staff Writer // September 29, 2014

Update: Gov. Jerry Brown announced Sunday Sept. 28 that he signed the "yes means yes" bill, making California the first state in the U.S. requiring affirmative...

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Students rally against recent sexual assaults

Students rally against recent sexual assaults

by Emily Brennan, Contributor // September 18, 2014

Approximately a dozen students gathered in front of Hepner Hall today to bring awareness to recent sexual assaults as well as encourage fellow students...

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