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The San Diego State football practice field next to the SDSU Sports Deck was empty on June 7 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although football is back, the practice field will be empty yet again on Nov. 3 as student-athletes are encouraged by the NCAA and SDSU to exercise their right to vote.

In accordance with NCAA, SDSU gets Election Day off to encourage student-athletes to vote

by Breven Honda, Senior Staff Writer // October 29, 2020

In June, the NCAA announced the first Tuesday in November will be a day off so athletes can vote in the upcoming election.    As a result, San Diego...

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“All In: The Fight for Democracy” sheds light on voter suppression tactics

by Aleah Jarin, Staff Writer // September 28, 2020

Amazon Studios’ latest documentary film “All In: The Fight for Democracy,” directed by Lisa Cortes and Liz Garbus, dives into the history of voter...

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Why every student should vote ‘yes’ on ARC Referendum and how it will improve SDSU

by Mayer Pohold, Staff Writer // February 28, 2018

>Read the case for 'no' here. The time is fast approaching for San Diego State’s student body to vote on the ARC Referendum that would expand the...

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Letter: Recent decision to make Aztec identity task force anonymous is unwarranted

February 21, 2018

“The single most important ingredient in the recipe for success is transparency because transparency builds trust,” said Denise Morris, President &...

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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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Vote for candidates because of their ideals, not their gender

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Columnist // February 10, 2016

Hillary Clinton and her run for presidency ties feminists from all across the country closer together and it fills those who fought for women’s rights...

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Students overlooked by voter ID laws

by Maddy Perello, Contributor // August 5, 2015

Voters in Pennsylvania received a mailer before the 2012 election that warned them they might not be eligible to vote in the upcoming election due to new...

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No excuses for poor student-voter turnout

No excuses for poor student-voter turnout

by Kenneth Leonard // November 19, 2013

This newspaper has run coverage of the special election taking place today, but what are the powers that will ensure a high turnout among college-age voters...

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Students must bring change to government

by Kenneth Leonard // October 14, 2013

The U.S. Congress has a 90 percent incumbency rate and a historically low approval rating of five percent. This means members of Congress are almost universally...

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