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Setting the Scene

San Diego State University  (SDSU) is the oldest higher-education institution in San Diego. As a four-year research university nestled in sunny San Diego, SDSU is known for academic excellence. 127 more words

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The Radical Word

The 1960’s-70’s were a time of protest around the world. Unlike previous generations, these individuals, mostly like-minded college students, were eager to change their world and had the opportunity to do so. 153 more words

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SDSU turns down latest SoccerCity proposal

SAN DIEGO — The development group behind the proposed SoccerCity development in Mission Valley said Thursday they made both land and stadium concessions in an effort to get San Diego State University on board with their project, but the university again turned down the proposal, a Goal SD spokesperson said. 667 more words

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San Diego State ends talks on sharing proposed MLS stadium

SAN DIEGO (AP) — There’s another stadium flap in San Diego, and this one is threatening the future of San Diego State’s football team.

The school said Tuesday it has cut off talks to share a stadium with a group that wants to attract an MLS team as the centerpiece of a billion dollar development at the site of aging Qualcomm Stadium in Mission Valley. 607 more words

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SDSU ends talks with 'Soccer City' investors

SAN DIEGO — San Diego State University announced Tuesday that it has ended negotiations with the group behind the Soccer City development proposed for Mission Valley, and called on the city of San Diego to issue a request for other proposals for use of the Qualcomm Stadium property. 799 more words

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Longtime SDSU administrator named interim president

SAN DIEGO — Longtime San Diego State University executive Sally Roush will become interim president on July 1, following the departure of President Elliot Hirshman, it was announced Monday. 433 more words

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Short Story: Bleached by Seth D. Slater

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Stephanie just stepped out to buy us some time. Tom’s dead; we just got the call. Apparently, a bus full of cheerleaders skidded across some black ice and slammed into his Geo Metro. 2,698 more words

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