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AAVE should be taught in schools

AAVE should be taught in schools

by Gaby Jose, Staff Writer // February 9, 2021

In 1996, the Oakland School Board passed a resolution that recognized African American Vernacular English (AAVE) as its own language as a way of catering...

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Just a few days before SDSU shut down most campus operations, students practiced social distancing at the Starbucks in the student union. The location had about half the tables it normally would in an attempt to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Opinion: Health should be our main concern, not productivity

by Jessica Octavio, Staff Writer // March 24, 2020

Before the entire planet was concerned about a widespread viral pandemic, I could show up to class with a stuffy nose, headache and cough and be fine....

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Music can be a helpful tool for studying

Music can be a helpful tool for studying

by Ryan Hardison, Staff Writer // March 22, 2020

The impact of music in our daily lives is well known, but many people don’t realize the educational benefits of music. A 2010 study done by the University...

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Don't wait to stop your habit of procrastination

Don’t wait to stop your habit of procrastination

by Catherine Van Weele, Opinion Editor // January 29, 2020

As college students, I think we can all agree that each and every one of us has procrastinated at some point in our academic careers—and I’m fairly...

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Hands on projects can create valuable learning opportunities

by Catherine Van Weele, Opinion Editor // November 25, 2019

For me, school is about showing up to class and getting all my assignments done. It is not something that is learning- focused. I attend all my classes...

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We should learn the signs of mental illness

We should learn the signs of mental illness

by Adriana Horne, Contributor // November 25, 2019

Mental illness is a health condition involving changes in emotions, thinking, behavior or any combination thereof. They are associated with distress and...

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Imposter syndrome can hold people back

Imposter syndrome can hold people back

by Catherine Van Weele, Opinion Editor // November 20, 2019

It is not uncommon, especially among college students, to feel like they are unworthy or subpar – like they are an imposter. This type of mindset can...

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Balancing work and school obligations is challenging

Balancing work and school obligations is challenging

by Karlene Sanchez, Staff Writer // November 20, 2019

To all the  college students with debt, bills to pay, a family to support or a general lack of financial stability, I know the struggle.  By the struggle,...

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SDSU's graduating seniors plan their next steps

SDSU’s graduating seniors plan their next steps

by Nakia Richardson, Staff Writer // May 8, 2019

As another school year comes to a close, San Diego State seniors are gearing up for graduation. With every group of graduates, there are always different...

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Health and wellness special issue: SDSU's nursing program

Health and wellness special issue: SDSU’s nursing program

by Christine Whitman, Senior Staff Writer // February 17, 2016

According to San Diego State’s School of Nursing, the nursing profession “has its foundation in the biophysical and behavioral humanistic sciences,...

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Class time is a terrible thing to waste

Class time is a terrible thing to waste

by KC Stanfield // April 14, 2014

I’m going to take a leap of faith by claiming that some of you pay quite a bit for college—this statement is brought to you by Captain Obvious. Even...

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