After many nights in the library, many phone calls with mom, and many unforgettable moments… I have finally completed my first year of college. Mostly, I want to dedicate this post to anyone who may be finding themselves spending the rest of the summer biting their nails thinking of their freshman year at college and the amazing journey that they are about to embark… 1,179 more words
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Tonight’s U.S. Senate debate at San Diego State provides the last televised chance for the five top candidates to win over California voters or rip apart their rivals before the June 7 primary election. 198 more words
Is Terrorism 101 part of the San Diego State curriculum?
The past several weeks have been tense at San Diego State University, where posters linking some students to terrorist groups have sparked a campus protest, a lengthy meeting between students and administrators and an organized call for the school’s president to resign. 72 more words
SAN DIEGO — Dozens of students, civil rights groups and social justice organizations are calling for the resignation of San Diego State University President Elliot Hirshman, claiming a lack of response after anti-Muslim fliers were posted on campus last week. 287 more words
Just as this generation passes on its knowledge and achievements to the next, the old-timers of San Diego’s Filipino community will pass on their history and heritage to younger Filipinos. 1,133 more words
SAN DIEGO — The controversy over anti-Muslim fliers posted at San Diego State University resulted in a meeting Monday between students and school officials, in which they agreed to review university policies to ensure a balance between freedom of expression and protection from harassment. 472 more words