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While expanded vaccine eligibility offers a glimmer of hope, the country mourns the loss of more than 500,000 lives to COVID-19. The flags in front of Hepner Hall flew at half mast in honor of those lost.

As nation marks grim milestone, San Diego County expands vaccine eligibility

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // February 25, 2021

500,000 more San Diego county residents will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine now that the county has moved into Phase 1B, Tier 1. Individuals...

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Covid-19 Update: Student tests positive, risk to campus remains low

Covid-19 Update: Student tests positive, risk to campus remains low

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // August 21, 2020

Late Thursday night San Diego State Student Health Services Director Libby Skiles informed the campus community in an email that a student had tested positive...

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Students exhibiting any symptoms of mumps are encouraged to reach out to a medical provider.

Mumps outbreak declared at SDSU, cases centered in nearby apartment complex

by Kaitlyn Little, News Editor // February 26, 2020

An outbreak of mumps has been declared at San Diego State by San Diego County Health and Human Services, according to a Feb. 26 campus-wide email from...

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The Comprehensive High Impact Prevention program focused on underserved communities.

San Ysidro Health Clinic provides free HIV testing, information to students

by Ashley Na, Staff Writer // November 12, 2019

The San Ysidro Health Clinic mobile unit was parked outside of the Pride Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Nov. 7 to provide free testing and information...

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A.S. President, students react to proposed student fee increases

A.S. President, students react to proposed student fee increases

by Charlie Vargas, Staff Writer // November 6, 2019

The proposed increase in the Health Services Fee and Instructionally Related Activity Fee in fall 2020 have raised concerns and questions among San Diego...

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El Centro de Salud Calpulli esta disponible para la comunidad de SDSU.

New walk-in health service debuts at Calpulli Center

by Callista Hansen, Contributor // October 30, 2019

A new walk-in health service, intended to help students with minor injuries and illnesses, opened this semester at Calpulli Center.  The services are...

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SDSU provides a number of resources to help SDSU students looking to quit smoking.

SDSU provides resources to help students quit smoking amid rise in vaping-related casualties

by Brenden Tuccinardi , Engagement Editor // October 2, 2019

The news of 12 vaping-related casualties coming out of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has many people worried about their use of e-cigarettes,...

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Students exhibiting any symptoms of mumps are encouraged to reach out to a medical provider.

Student Health Services extends deadline to submit immunization records

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Staff Writer // October 2, 2019

After establishing multiple new vaccination requirements for all incoming students, San Diego State extended the deadline to submit immunization records...

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300 vacunas Moderna contra COVID-19 a llegado a SDSU

Single mumps case confirmed at SDSU

by David Santillan, Assistant News Editor // March 29, 2019

San Diego State officials have identified a case of the mumps virus involving a student. According to a campus-wide email sent Friday afternoon by Cynthia...

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Meningitis vaccination clinics take over Viejas Arena after campus outbreak

by Ronald Penh, Staff Writer // October 8, 2018

A week after a meningitis outbreak was declared at San Diego State, the university partnered with San Diego Public County Health Services to hold the two...

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Student contracts bacterial meningitis

Student contracts bacterial meningitis

by Bella Ross, News Editor // September 5, 2018

University officials on Wednesday were warning students who participated in recruitment activities for the College Panhellenic Association this week to...

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Student Health Services organized free flu shots for students through appointments and pop-up clinics.

Sexually transmitted diseases on the rise among young adults

by Bella Ross, Staff Writer // October 4, 2017

Cases of sexually transmitted diseases have increased among young adults for the third year in a row according to the annual Centers for Disease Control...

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