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Electric scooter located on campus near Hepner Hall.

SDSU lifts ban on electric scooters, bikes and skateboards

by Katelynn Robinson, News Editor // August 25, 2021

After about two years San Diego State has updated the ban on micro-mobility on campus in a University Senate meeting on May 6. Bird scooters and other...

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Riptide electric skateboards can be used anywhere from Pacific Beach to the SDSU campus.

Student entrepreneur drops into skate industry

by Paula Niederland, Contributor // September 27, 2017

Electric skateboards available in today’s market are created by businessmen who have probably never laid foot on one. This was a problem for television,...

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The legalization of skateboards on campus hasnt stopped accidents

The legalization of skateboards on campus hasn’t stopped accidents

by Chandler Atkins, Contributor // September 29, 2016

San Diego State University has allowed skating on campus in designated bike lanes since 2015, since then 21 skateboard related accidents have been reported. ”Skateboards...

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Balance boards roll out on campus

Balance boards roll out on campus

by Jacob Sisneros, Staff Writer // September 30, 2015

It’s a skateboard. It’s a Segway. No, it’s a brand new development in personal transportation. Commonly referred to as hoverboards, despite not...

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Skateboarder illegally using the Campanile bike lane. | Dustin Michelson, Staff Photographer

SDSU police to allow skateboards in campus bike lanes

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer // September 8, 2015

San Diego State is in the midst of changing its skateboard policy. Currently, skateboards are not allowed on campus and if a police officer sees a student...

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Reinvent the wheel with Reincarnate

Reinvent the wheel with Reincarnate

by Conor Nordberg, Staff Writer // February 23, 2015

Imagine being able to skateboard on the street like the pavement is snow or pure ice. It’s with this and more in mind that San Diego State alumni Jay...

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