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SDSU students create new app to “Bridge” others with networking opportunities

by Flower Smith, Staff Writer // April 14, 2021

Today, most college students rely on many social media platforms to network and represent themselves to the public.  One issue presented is that there...

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Love Library should reopen with limited capacity

Love Library should reopen with limited capacity

by Willem Quigley, Staff Writer // February 17, 2021

Students living on or near campus in the College Area have no practical place to study outside of their residence hall, apartment or house.  Despite...

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Opinion: Industries will be transformed by the innovation that comes out of the COVID-19 pandemic

Opinion: Industries will be transformed by the innovation that comes out of the COVID-19 pandemic

by Jessica Octavio, Staff Writer // April 20, 2020

When the rise of new, unprecedented problems meets a scarcity of time and resources: this is where innovation begins. Although the solutions to issues...

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Film Critical Studies major Colton Krob logs into Blackboard.

University continues to implement, troubleshoot SDSUid

by Paulette Villicana, Staff Writer // March 19, 2018

San Diego State is still implementing its new SDSUid system — and ironing out problems, too. After a year-and-a-half process, students can now use...

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Library resources should be fully utilized

Library resources should be fully utilized

by Kasey Foster, Contributor // October 25, 2017

Almost every San Diego State student has tried to maneuver their way through the library. Some end up avoiding the area. However, the library should be...

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Ventajas de tomar clases online

Ventajas de tomar clases online

by Monserrat Torres , Escritora // April 26, 2017

Cursar materias online ayuda a que la cursada se ajuste a las necesidades de cada estudiante, pero para muchos, implica poder aprender desde la comodidad...

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It’s time to erase digital dinosaur Blackboard

by Danny Dyer, Contributor // January 25, 2017

For students, it is the revealer of grades, an informant for missed lectures and the nerve center of all valuable information. For professors, it is...

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Learning glass reinvents classrooms

by Carly Yribarren, Contributor // November 2, 2016

Since its recent expansion in live large lectures this semester, the learning glass has changed the way students learn and develop their understandings...

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CSU data breach exposes SDSU students

by Colleen Larson, Senior Staff Writer // September 9, 2015

A data breach of California State University records has exposed personal information of some San Diego State students. The breach revealed data of...

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Digital era glitches attention span

by Anna Waletzko, Staff Columnist // March 25, 2015

Statistics show that most people probably won’t finish reading this article. Millennials are considered the “lucky generation,” especially when...

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Cyberspace codes ground for social anarchy

by KC Stanfield, Staff Columnist // February 23, 2015

If the Internet was a physical place, it’d be just like the Wild West. The only difference would be that the sheriff is a toddler with a water gun...

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Forget the ‘right to forget’

by Anthony Berteaux, Assistant Opinion Editor // February 23, 2015

The human mind is a complex uncertainty. Our memories, and the process in which we remember and forget, are complicated processes mired in subjective...

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