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  • A.S. members resign over mascot

    A.S. members resign over mascot

    Jasmine Bermudez, Senior Staff Writer

    April 26, 2017

    Following the Associated Students University Council’s April 19 decision to reject retiring the Aztec mascot, 10 students resigned from their positions in A.S. Since then, two more members, the Student Diversity Commission Chair Rachel Muntz and Representative Natalie Martinez, announced their resignations on Facebook. Muntz said she took issue with the University Council’s overruling of her...

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  • Associated Students passes resolution to expand campus food pantry in fall

    Associated Students passes resolution to expand campus food pantry in fall

    Kayla Jimenez and Jocelyn Moran

    April 26, 2017

    After encountering students with food insecurity at San Diego State, alumnus Rachel Beck, along with the Agape House, created a resolution that would make the current mobile food pantry accessible to more students on campus. Beck, who graduated in December 2016, said she remembers going to a fellow student’s house and asking if he had any food. When the student opened his pantry, only Cup Noodles w...

  • Aztecs buck the Broncos in Idaho

    Aztecs buck the Broncos in Idaho

    Raman Sidhu, Staff Writer

    April 26, 2017

    San Diego State walked in fresh off a victory sweep over University of New Mexico from the previous weekend series. Junior catcher Jenavee Peres was named Mountain West player of the week with 12 home runs for the season. Senior pitcher Erica Romero was named MW pitcher of the week with 46 strikeouts against 12 walks this year. The women of the Mesa were tied for second place in the MW standings wi...

    Senior catcher Frankie Orlando following through on her swing after a hit against UCLA.

    Kelly Smiley, Photo Editor

  • Se celebra 47 años de Chicano Park

    Se celebra 47 años de Chicano Park

    Concepcion Guzman, Escritora

    April 26, 2017

    El 22 de abril, se celebró el 47 aniversario del histórico Chicano Park. El parque, el cual es adornado por muchos murales revolucionarios hechos por artistas locales, está ubicado en la comunidad de Barrio Logan justo bajo el puente Coronado. Un día como este en 1970, se conmemora por la comunidad cual tomó poder de esa tierra. El evento comenzó a las diez de la mañana con una larga l...

    Personas de todas edades participaron en la celebración del aniversario de Chicano Park.

    Andrea Lopez-Villafaña

  • State audit finds issues in SDSU athletics

    State audit finds issues in SDSU athletics

    Adriana Millar, Assistant News Editor

    April 24, 2017

    A California state audit report released Thursday, April 20, revealed San Diego State improperly reclassified eight assistant coaches as management personnel, “solely to increase pay,” according to the report. The audit reviewed the level of growth in the number of California State University management personnel, oversight and accountability of CSU’s budget and increases in the compensation...

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SDSUPD faces questions about sexual assault

File Photo

SDSUPD faces questions about sexual assault

Will Fritz, Senior Staff Writer

A San Diego State student said she and two friends were stopped by university police officers and told their clothing made them susceptible to sexual assault the morning of April 13. Business administration freshman Anita Wang ...

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Students speak up about trans issues

Arianna Shier

Students speak up about trans issues

Arianna Shier, Staff Writer

The SDSU Pride Center held a panel titled “Trans-sending Barriers,” on Apr. 19 as part of SDSU’s third annual Trans Week of Empowerment. The panel featured interdisciplinary junior Shane James, multicultural couns...

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Community panel ‘breaks down barriers’

Allyson Myers, Staff Writer

A student honor society, Scholars Without Borders, hosted a panel discussion regarding President Donald Trump’s immigration and travel-ban executive orders in Templo Mayor on Thursday, April 20. The discussion, titled ...

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Social media stars dim the issues

Social media stars dim the issues

Talia Raoufpur, Staff Columnist

Pop culture celebrities who are aware of their popularity on social media are monetizing Hollywood’s toxic culture while their young followers are perpetuating the cycle.

April 26, 2017No Comments

  • Study abroad requirement creates hardships for students April 26, 2017
  • Letter: May Day walk-out advocates for important causes April 26, 2017
  • Greek life is more than just parties April 19, 2017
  • Missing D.C. girls are more than a hashtag April 19, 2017

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Kent running for more than records

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Graduate senior Christine Kent running in the San Diego Collegiate Classic on March 11.

Kent running for more than records

Christina Corona, Contributor

In the era of one-and-done, the term student-athlete is becoming more scrutinized, however for one Aztec, the term is literal. San Diego State track and field’s Christine Kent, who also ran for the cross-country team la...

April 26, 2017No Comments

  • Baseball takes two of three in SB April 26, 2017
  • Aztecs fail to podium in MW tourney April 26, 2017
  • Aztecs buck the Broncos in Idaho April 26, 2017
  • Top-25 state of mind for baseball April 19, 2017

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Event aims to move students from ‘surviving to thriving’

Nicole Badgley, Staff Writer

Associated Students’ Green Love and Green Fest hosted keynote speaker Mustafa Santiago Ali to speak at their Environmental Justice in America event. Ali spoke to SDSU students and faculty on April 19 from 4 to 6 p.m. in...

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  • ‘Vibe Night’ offers music, rap and poetry April 26, 2017
  • Timothy DeLaGhetto visits San Diego State April 26, 2017
  • Mitski resonates with Irenic crowd April 26, 2017
  • Testing my comfort zone abroad April 26, 2017

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Ventajas de tomar clases online

Ventajas de tomar clases online

Monserrat Torres, Escritora

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 de sus casas. Uno...

April 26, 2017

Se celebra 47 años de Chicano Park

Se celebra 47 años de Chicano Park

Concepcion Guzman, Escritora

El 22 de abril, se celebró el 47 aniversario del histórico Chicano Park. El parque, el cual es adornado por muchos murales revolucionarios hechos por artistas locales, está...

April 26, 2017

Taller de crédito busca ayudar a estudiantes

Taller de crédito busca ayudar a estudiantes

April 19, 2017

Roma una ciudad llena de sorpresas

Roma una ciudad llena de sorpresas

April 19, 2017

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