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Hardrick is one of 23 students from California State Universities to receive this award. He also graduated from SDSUs Imperial Valley campus.

Graduate from Imperial Valley earns Scholar Award

by Adam Correa, Staff Writer // September 22, 2021

Lawson Hardrick III, born and raised in San Diego, recently won the Trustee Emeritus Murray L. Galinson Scholar Award. This award was given to him by the...

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Marketing and business freshman Mary Kohaut won Miss San Diego and gained a lot from the experience.

Students win scholarships and crowns in Miss San Diego beauty pageant

by Catlan Nguyen, Staff Writer // March 11, 2020

The glitz and glamour of a pageant is enough to make anybody feel like Sandra Bullock in “Miss Congeniality,” but there’s much more to pageants than...

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SDSU unveiled a new personalized scholarship portal, set to launch spring 2020.

SDSU unveils new personalized scholarship portal for spring 2020

by Aretha Matsushima, Staff Writer // August 21, 2019

San Diego State’s new scholarship portal, set to launch spring 2020, will allow students to apply and search for scholarships through a single application.  The...

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Fund created by SDSU alumna, employee supports students troubled by cancer

by Kaitlyn Little, News Editor // July 15, 2019

On Sept. 1, 2017, Tammy Blackburn was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer. She went into remission less than a year later, but this would be cut short...

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Mortar Board awards scholarship to two worthy students

Mortar Board awards scholarship to two worthy students

by Thane Hale, Staff Writer // February 13, 2015

San Diego State’s Mortar Board Chapter awarded its first ever Merit Scholarship recently. It will be awarded annually to juniors that represent the organization’s...

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Picket fence won’t fund college education

by Emmilly Nguyen, Staff Columnist // September 29, 2014

Financial aid, once sacred and coveted, strictly for low-income households, has finally opened up to help the rest of California in an attempt to make...

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