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Pride Center provides safe space for LGBTQ+ students amid pandemic

Pride Center provides safe space for LGBTQ+ students amid pandemic

by Isabel Smith, Staff Writer // April 28, 2021

Since its opening in 2014, the Pride Center at San Diego State University has provided a safe space for students of all sexual and gender identities to...

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First Rest and Recovery Day receives criticism from students

First Rest and Recovery Day receives criticism from students

by Alexa Oslowski, Photo Editor // March 3, 2021

Last December, San Diego State’s University Senate voted to remove spring break and replace it with four “rest and recovery days” spread throughout...

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Nina West, who was on the eleventh season of RuPaul's Drag Race, was the guest star of the event.

Aztec Nights kicks off spring semester with “Under the Big Top”

by Isabel Smith, Staff Writer // January 28, 2021

Aztec Nights have always been a favorite among San Diego State students as a way to kick off the semester with free late-night events and entertainment.  Despite...

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SDSU has good intentions in creating rest and recovery days

SDSU has good intentions in creating rest and recovery days

by Sara Rott, Contributor // January 27, 2021

Rest and Recovery days are often used in terms of exercise. Getting enough rest after a high-level performance gives the body time to repair and strengthen...

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Consider taking a leave of absence

Consider taking a leave of absence

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // December 10, 2020

As the semester is quickly drawing to a close, there is one thing all students can agree on: online learning has been a challenge. I get distracted...

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GreenLove launches “Confronting a Rising Tide” to promote wildlife protection

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Senior Staff Writer // December 8, 2020

Green Love, the sustainability commission of Associated Students, is set out to raise awareness on the state of marine ecosystems. The “Confronting a...

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Women's Resource Center Hosts

Women’s Resource Center Hosts “Decolonizing Attraction” Series

by Kiana Sujishi, Staff Writer // December 7, 2020

There are many different factors that can impact personal relationships in our lives, and they are often difficult to navigate on our own. This is why...

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A set of instructions for how to make Native Frybread.

Cooking with Chefs experiments with Native Frybread

by Ryan Hardison, Senior Staff Writer // December 7, 2020

Looking for a tasty traditional meal? Or a savory dessert to warm you up as the days get colder? Well, look no further than to Native frybread. For...

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F*** Fast Fashion is urging students to rent or thrift a costume for Halloween this year.

Club Corner: F*** Fast Fashion promotes thrifted costume challenge for Halloween

by David Ahumada, Contributor // October 30, 2020

Halloween night is rapidly approaching, the F*** Fast Fashion club urges students to thrift or reuse a costume before buying another one.  “We buy...

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SDSU Ambassadors have started conducting tours via a virtual platform due to most classes and students being online.

SDSU Ambassadors take on-campus tours to the virtual world during COVID-19

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // October 21, 2020

For high school students or college-bound individuals in the process of evaluating colleges, admissions professionals strongly recommend scheduling campus...

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Club Corner: Ad Club, Photography Club and MEChA endure changes during COVID-19

Club Corner: Ad Club, Photography Club and MEChA endure changes during COVID-19

by David Ahumada and Maya Rodriguez // September 14, 2020

As the spring 2020 semester came to a complete halt, campus life was suspended for an undetermined amount of time. Groups, clubs and activities stopped...

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Three students get free shirts in Montezuma Hall during one of the Aztec Nights events in 2017. This year Aztec Nights events will also give away free items and food on campus.

Aztec Nights begins fall events with a virtual twist amidst COVID-19

by Cristina Lombardo, Contributor // September 11, 2020

This Fall, San Diego State welcomed students back to campus, but in a different way – mostly online. As a result, Aztec Nights, the popular free,...

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