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San Diego State suspends study abroad exchange program for fall semester, citing global pandemic

San Diego State suspends study abroad exchange program for fall semester, citing global pandemic

by Jadyn Brandt, Senior Staff Writer // April 13, 2020

San Diego State has decided to suspend all university inbound and outbound study abroad exchange programs for the fall 2020 semester due to the ongoing...

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Study abroad requirement creates hardships for students

by Cassidy McCombs, Staff Columnist // April 26, 2017

Studying abroad is the new black. What used to be a program required for international majors has now become a stereotypical experience for most college...

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Belgium, a small and diverse nation

by Emely Navarro, International Staff Writer // March 13, 2017

Belgium is a city best known for chocolate, waffles, fries and beer. A friend I made in Spain found cheap flights to Brussels and invited me to go. I...

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Bélgica es un país con mucho que ofrecer

Bélgica es un país con mucho que ofrecer

by Emely Navarro, Escritora internacional // March 13, 2017

Bélgica, un país conocido por el chocolate, gofres, patatas fritas y cerveza, no me llamaba la atención de visitar pero terminó siendo una gran decisión. La...

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Viaje a Cuba, una experencia única

Viaje a Cuba, una experencia única

by Monserrat Torres, Escritora // November 30, 2016

Departamentos académicos de San Diego State University ofrecen programas para estudiar en el extranjero, el Departamento de Estudios Latinoamericanos,...

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Low-income students have options for studying abroad

by Kemi Giwa, Contributor // October 28, 2015

Within minutes of walking into my American institution class, my professor begins to burst with excitement about the opportunity available for students...

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International students assess SDSU

by Nicole Sazegar, Staff Writer // October 21, 2015

American high school seniors spend a year choosing the perfect college to attend. They consider education quality, professors, classes and location...

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Coli on cloud nine with summer internship

by Nicole Menges, Contributor // October 21, 2015

This past summer, San Diego State business marketing senior Allison Coli finished her first marketing internship in Silicon Valley. Coli interned for...

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Study abroad programs abound for SDSU students

Study abroad programs abound for SDSU students

by Christine Whitman, Senior Staff Writer // October 21, 2015

A plethora of students are required to study abroad during their time at San Diego State, but choosing a program might not be the easiest task to complete. According...

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International food caters to academics

International food caters to academics

by Cami Buckman, Staff Writer // October 21, 2015

Food is a common thing that all people enjoy, but depending where in the world a student on campus may be from, he or she brings a unique perspective on...

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Students lead a 'pura vida' lifestyle

Students lead a ‘pura vida’ lifestyle

by Cami Buckman, Staff Writer // September 23, 2015

There is a term used in Costa Rica known as “pura vida,” or pure life. Its spiritual and cultural meaning is not easily translated. Put simply, living...

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SDSU junior documents Italy study abroad experience

SDSU junior documents Italy study abroad experience

by Ali Isenberg, Contributor // February 20, 2015

Elli Brown, a kinesiology junior at San Diego State visited Italy for the first time through a winter study abroad program earlier this year. Because she...

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