San Diego State University

SDSU denies a solely Christian club

Mar 27th, 2012

San Diego State University stood its ground as it refused to acknowledge Alpha Delta Chi, a Christian sorority, and Alpha Gamma Omega, a Christian fraternity, as official clubs on the SDSU campus.

Team returns from California road trip with 3-4 record

Feb 27th, 2012

The baseball team went .500 over the weekend in the San Diego Tournament to make it 3-4 on the season after a 10-day, seven-game road trip in California. K-State played three teams in the tournament, sweeping San Diego State University in two games, an…

BOT chairman awaits senate approval

Feb 22nd, 2012

Herbert Carter, chairman of the Cal State University Board of Trustees, was appointed to the BOT by Gov. Jerry Brown but is still waiting on confirmation by the California Senate.

Five losses puts damper on trip out West

Feb 19th, 2012

After starting the season by winning its first four games, the UCF softball team traveled to San Diego for the San Diego State University Tournament where the Knights (4-5) dropped all five games.

SDSU to join Big West in 2013-2014

Dec 12th, 2011

Fourteen of San Diego State University sports teams will join the Big West in 2013-14.

Slim Pickings for USD concerts, especially compared to SDSU’s fall lineup

Sep 21st, 2011

San Diego State University boasts an impressive lineup of concert performers for the remainder of the semester. Meanwhile, the University of San Diego has yet to reveal the performer for the obligatory fall concert, and we’re all giddy with suspense. W…

SDSU cruises past Northern Colorado

Mar 17th, 2011

and nbsp; For the first time in its men’s basketball program’s history, San Diego State University won a game in the NCAA Tournament, defeating the University of Northern Colorado 68-50.

Student murdered days before graduating

Jan 18th, 2011

While most students were preparing for their last finals and some even preparing to graduate, a murder-suicide occurred on the morning of Dec. 10. According to the San Diego Police Department, Michel David, 22, a San Diego State journalism student who …

Sentence reduced in Gov’s last hours

Jan 18th, 2011

Six months ago, Esteban Nunez received a 16-year prison sentence for voluntary manslaughter and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon. But on his last day in office, former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger reduced Nunez’s sentence to seven ye…

MEN’S BASKETBALL: No. 6 Aztecs still unbeaten

Jan 18th, 2011

The almighty Duke has a loss. So does Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Villanova and BYU. But as students wake up and go to class for the first time in about a month today, the San Diego State men’s basketball team still hasn’t suffered a defeat.

FOOTBALL: Long ready to replace Hoke

Jan 18th, 2011

There wasn’t a team meeting, a farewell press conference or a tearful goodbye. Brady Hoke sent out a mass text message to his players, and with that, he was off. So long San Diego State, hello Michigan.

FOOTBALL: Poinsettia Bowl champs

Jan 18th, 2011

After San Diego State sunk Navy 35-14 in the Poinsettia Bowl, senior running back Brandon Sullivan stood on the field with his helmet in his hands and – tears of joy streaming down his face. But they weren’t just any tears from an emotional running back, …

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