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This sign is one of many markers that separates campus from College Area neighborhoods where SDSU students that make up the majority of positive cases associated with the university live.

San Diego State finds itself caught in the middle between county and state over county COVID-19 case rate

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // September 16, 2020

On Wednesday, San Diego State reported 37 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 among students and 9 new probable cases. Since Aug. 24 there have been 722...

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Students and administration have a dual responsibility to safeguard public health. Both have failed in recent days, but together we can turn things around.

Editorial: This pandemic is killing people and derailing lives but by all means party on, Aztecs

by The Editorial Board // September 1, 2020

There are a lot expletives we could use to describe the current situation the San Diego State community now finds itself in, but we think you can figure...

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On Aug. 29, M@College Apartments notified residents of a positive COVID-19 case at the College Ave. apartment complex.

Covid-19 Update: M@college reports positive case, 3 additional off-campus cases, SDSU beefs up enforcement of health guidelines

by Katelynn Robinson and Brenden Tuccinardi // August 30, 2020

A resident living in M@college apartments has been diagnosed with COVID-19, according to an email sent to residents on Aug. 29. Additionally, three off-campus...

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Mountain West postpones football, other fall sports

by Kyle Betz, Sports Editor // August 10, 2020

The Mountain West Conference announced fall sports have been postponed due to safety concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, according to early reports...

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San Diego State reports $42 million in losses associated with pandemic

San Diego State reports $42 million in losses associated with pandemic

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Senior Staff Writer // April 28, 2020

San Diego State will face new financial realities in the coming fiscal year as the coronavirus pandemic is expected to decrease tuition revenue and bring...

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The Aztec bench celebrates during its 73-60 win over Air Force in the Mountain West tournament quartfinal at the Thomas and Mack Center on March 5.

The time ESPN was supposed to visit SDSU’s campus following Selection Sunday

by Amber Salas, Staff Writer // April 1, 2020

The coronavirus has caused cancellations that San Diego State men’s basketball could have never imagined. Its magical season of going 30-2, with a chance...

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Interfraternity Council President and A.S. presidential candidate Steven Plante issued an apology to the campus community after it was discovered he used a homophobic slur in a GroupMe message in Feburary.

AS Presidential Candidate, IFC President Steven Plante apologizes for using homophobic slur

by Jack Molmud, Live Producer // March 23, 2020

Associated Students presidential candidate and Interfraternity Council President Steven Plante issued a statement Sunday night apologizing for his use...

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A.S. presidential candidate Christian Holt ran for executive vice president last year and lost. He is now reusing his previous campaign account for his new slate, putting SDSU 2020 Vision hundreds of followers ahead of Serve SDSYOU.

SDSU 2020 Vision recycles old Instagram account, putting them hundreds of followers ahead of competitors

by Bella Ross, Editor in Chief // March 22, 2020

Not even a week before candidates in this year’s Associated Students elections were able to launch their campaigns, San Diego State’s campus went from...

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Aztecs senior guard KJ Feagin celebrates cutting down nets after clinching the Mountain West regular-season title against New Mexico on Feb. 11.

Encapsulating the short-lived, yet legendary, career of KJ Feagin at SDSU

by Aaron Tolentino, Sports Editor // March 20, 2020

Before a press conference, there’s only one San Diego State men’s basketball player who would greet the media. It would go something like, “Hello...

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group of graduates holding diploma

CSU: Commencement ceremonies to be postponed, virtual platforms adopted system-wide

by Bella Ross, Editor in Chief // March 17, 2020

All campuses within the California State University system are planning to postpone commencement ceremonies due to coronavirus concerns, according to an...

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Non-essential campus workers asked to stop coming to work, library closes indefinitely

Non-essential campus workers asked to stop coming to work, library closes indefinitely

by Bella Ross, Editor in Chief // March 17, 2020

A late-night email from campus leaders asked any non-essential campus employees who can do their jobs remotely to stay home in an effort to slow the spread...

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SDSU suspends all spring break, summer study abroad programs to prevent coronavirus spread

SDSU suspends all spring break, summer study abroad programs to prevent coronavirus spread

by Bella Ross, Editor in Chief // March 9, 2020

San Diego State has chosen to suspend all spring break and summer study abroad programs in an effort to reduce student exposure to the coronavirus, according...

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