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Steps to follow after testing positive for the coronavirus

by Katelynn Robinson, News Editor // September 15, 2021

As students return to campus, classes and to their social events COVID-19 cases have been on the rise. This news was expected because, although 95.2% of...

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Graphic of teacher on the left wearing mask and teacher on the right not wearing mask.

Students and faculty discuss instructors’ choice to wear or not wear masks

by Sara Rott, Senior Staff Writer // August 31, 2021

After a fully virtual year of classes, San Diego State returned back to in-person classes on Aug 23. COVID-19 guidelines have been updated and enforced...

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A firetruck drives along Campanile walkway around 1 p.m. on Nov. 12 during a campus power outage.

Power outage occurs across San Diego, SDSU classes canceled

by Kaitlyn Little, News Editor // November 12, 2019

Update: Nov. 12, 5:53 p.m. Power has been returned to most on-campus residential communities except South Campus Plaza North and South, Huāxyacac and...

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Campus officials investigate flooding in the basement of the Physical Sciences building, which they referred to as the cause of a power outage in five buildings on Oct. 31.

Flooding leads to power outage in five campus buildings

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Engagement Editor // October 31, 2019

Students, faculty and staff were left wondering if they were caught in the middle of a Halloween prank after several San Diego State campus buildings lost...

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San Diego States new partnership with Lyft provides discounted rides for students between midnight and 4 a.m. Sunday through Thursday.

University’s partnership with Lyft provides late night rides for students

by Daniel Farr, Staff Writer // September 4, 2019

A recent Lyft partnership with San Diego State — the Late-Night Ride program — now provides another resource for getting around campus with an emphasis...

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University police launches new active shooter response training

by Olivia Li, Staff Writer // April 16, 2019

University police have released the new campus-wide Active Shooter Safety Response Initiative in hopes of educating the San Diego State community on how...

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The PSFA building on the west end of campus will shut down temporarily on March 13 after fumes from construction on the roof reportedly caused some faculty members to become sick.

PSFA building set to shut down temporarily after construction fumes led faculty members to fall ill

by Bella Ross and Lauren J. Mapp // March 12, 2019

This story was updated at 6:50 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12 with an official statement from the university. The Professional Studies and Fine Arts building...

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Three robberies hit College Area in 8-day span

Three robberies hit College Area in 8-day span

by Kaitlyn Little, Senior Staff Writer // March 6, 2019

Within the last two weeks of February, three robberies took place in the College Area. The incidents kicked off on the night of Feb. 20 when two people...

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RAs find themselves doubling as dorm security in recent trespassing incidents

RAs find themselves doubling as dorm security in recent trespassing incidents

by Kaitlyn Little, Staff Writer // December 13, 2018

A man followed a group of girls into Zura Residence Halls earlier this month, marking the third trespassing incident into freshman housing at San Diego...

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A vehicle flipped into a ditch near campus during an accident on Oct. 28.

Car careens into ditch near campus

by Bella Ross, News Editor // October 28, 2018

A driver lost control of his car and ended up in a ditch just off San Diego State’s campus Sunday evening. The crash occurred just before 4:45 p.m....

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The new Lyft program offers low-cost rides to students from academic buildings on campus.

New Lyft service replaces safety escort program

by Johann Derek Oribello, Contributor // October 17, 2018

Following the retirement of the safety escort program, the university has partnered with the ride service Lyft to provide students with low-cost rides...

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SDSU students gathered with SDSUPD and Associated Students for Campus Safety Week from Sept. 18 to 21.

Students talk campus safety with SDSUPD

by Daniel Guerrero, Contributor // September 26, 2018

Associated Students hosted the second ever Campus Safety Week from Sept. 18 to 21 in an attempt to raise awareness of campus safety procedures ranging...

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