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SDSU extends credit/no credit grading option, keeps spring break

SDSU extends credit/no credit grading option, keeps spring break

by Patrick Doyle, Staff Writer // November 10, 2020

In a Nov. 10 meeting, the San Diego State University Senate voted to extend the deadline to register for the credit/no credit grading option to Dec. 10...

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Racist 'Zoom bombing' attack disrupts University Senate meeting

Racist ‘Zoom bombing’ attack disrupts University Senate meeting

by Katelynn Robinson and Jadyn Brandt // June 23, 2020

As the University Senate began their first-ever Expanded Senate Executive Committee meeting on June 4 – in response to the murder of George Floyd and...

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University Senate passes resolution to improve training of future law enforcement officers

by Devin Whatley, Arts & Culture Editor // June 5, 2020

On June 4, the San Diego State University Senate unanimously approved a resolution to address the training of campus police officers and law enforcement...

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University Senate approves resolution to better support women faculty of color

by Jadyn Brandt, Senior Staff Writer // May 19, 2020

A resolution to hire and support more women faculty of color was approved to the University Senate on May 5. The resolution — titled "Creating a More...

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University Senate debates academic relief measures in wake of COVID-19 pandemic

University Senate debates academic relief measures in wake of COVID-19 pandemic

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Senior Staff Writer // April 8, 2020

San Diego State students are still holding their breath as the university continues to debate academic relief measures aimed to help students confront...

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University Senate votes to waive study abroad graduation requirement amid coronavirus outbreak

by Kaitlyn Little, News Editor // March 4, 2020

The San Diego State University Senate approved a waiver for the international experience requirement, which requires students to study abroad, due to the...

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Editorial: SDSU should have listened to students before banning motorized scooters

Editorial: SDSU should have listened to students before banning motorized scooters

by The Editorial Board // October 9, 2019

San Diego State has a nasty track record when it comes to transparency, and this isn’t the first time we’ve had to take to our opinion pages to discuss...

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SDSU President Adela de la Torre speaks about the university's long-term vision at the Strategic Planning Team kickoff event.

SDSU launches Strategic Planning Team to develop long-term vision

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Contributor // September 25, 2019

San Diego State launched a Strategic Planning Team to invite students to help determine the future of the university during a period of development. The...

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Editorial: University has a clear transparency problem

Editorial: University has a clear transparency problem

by The Editorial Board // February 21, 2018

The issue: SDSU's administration has become resistant to transparency and accountability under President Sally Roush. When it said it would not name the...

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Editorial: Alumni reaction to mascot resolution defies university’s values

by The Editorial Board // November 15, 2017

The issue: A University Senate resolution to retire the Aztec Warrior mascot has galvanized alumni against the current generation of students and led...

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University Senate vote reinvigorates Aztec Mascot controversy

November 9, 2017

On Nov. 7, the University Senate voted in favor of a resolution to be passed on to the University President that re-examines the Aztec mascot. The resolution...

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University Senate proposes separate Honors College

by Jessica Santos // March 11, 2014

San Diego State’s University Senate discussed proposals for the instatement of a University Honors College at its monthly meeting last Tuesday. The...

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