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Kyle Betz 9h
Protest outside of Hepner Hall after the Black Resource Center was vandalized last weekend.
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Bill O'Rear 4h
Replying to @billohoops
According to sports writer Mark Zeigler of the San Diego Union Tribune, Sueing will visit SDSU this weekend as the Aztecs try to sign the talented transfer. SDSU is one of five schools chasing the soon-be-ex-Cal Bear.
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Abel Macias Apr 16
I wonder why no one ever talked about the death of a young who died at . He also fell to his death by accident and no one ever talked about it. Try a google search, nothing.
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IAMALLTHATYOUARE 👁 Apr 16
Share! Support! SHOW UP for members of your community. Show US that we are more than numbers and tokens for your Black History Month celebrations! WE ARE HERE, show us that you STAND WITH US, THE BLACK COMMUNITY!
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Bill O'Rear 4h
Aztecs men’s basketball fans are hoping that Cal sophomore Justice Sueing will transfer and play his final two years at SDSU. The athletic 6-foot-7 forward can score in multiple ways, including on 3’s. He must sit out a year before becoming eligible to play.
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H. Cortes Apr 17
⚫️🔴 We see you dude.
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San Diego State University 5h
is proud to announce two newly appointed deans joining the university. Learn more about Eugene Olevsky, the new dean of the College of Engineering and Peggy Shannon, the new dean of . ➡️
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Sarah Honaker 14h
Why does a professor tell the class’ hey you have two essays to do’ never mention the second one again? Why?! I don’t even know what time I have to turn it in by 😫 freaking out so bad
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Josh Bueno 5h
New Selena class at 👌🏼
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Experience SDSU 9h
FRESHMEN & SENIORS are going head to head! Help your class gain the upper hand by completing the NSSE survey sent to your email March 27. Be automatically entered to win great prizes. Freshmen are leading by 4.5 percentage points! Learn more at
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Bill O'Rear 4h
Replying to @billohoops
Sueing averaged 14.7 points and 6.0 rebounds per game this past season and played a key role when struggling Cal upset visiting SDSU. His father was a standout player for the University of Hawaii in the mid-1990s under longtime Head Coach Riley Wallace.
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Bill O'Rear 4h
Replying to @billohoops
The younger Sueing lists Honolulu as his hometown, although he played his final year of high school in California. If Sueing transfers to SDSU, the Aztecs play in a tourney in Hawaii during what would be his first season playing for Coach Brian Dutcher. Perfect fit.
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San Diego State University Apr 16
astronomers have discovered a third planet in the Kepler-47 system, securing the system’s title as the most interesting of the binary-star worlds. See details of their research ➡️  Video courtesy: NASA/JPL‑Caltech/T. Pyle
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Mary Ellen Stout 2h
Standing with my students. "Professor, I did briefly see you from afar at the protest and I wanted to say I really appreciate the support and that you even took time out of your day to come as well.  It means a lot to me and to my friends in the black community."
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Airwrecka Sephiroth 2h
Proud of you 👨🏽‍🎓🌮🤟
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BetinaBB 8h
Tax free day at SDSU’s bookstore today!
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San Diego State University Apr 7
ICYMI: Take Back the Week starts Monday, April 8. is hosting the weeklong series of events to spread awareness about issues surrounding sexual violence and to offer survivor support and resources. See details of the scheduled events. ➡️
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SDSU Dining 7h
Have you tried UTK’s impossible burger? 🍔 Check our latest Instagram post to see what our ambassador had to say about this plant-based delight! 🌿😋 📸:
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Austin Gayle Apr 4
Boise State's Alexander Mattison () single-handedly hammered the then-undefeated Aztecs in 2017. 's defense bounced off of him all night long.
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SDSU CES 7h
Take courses through Open University — attend regular classes if space is still available after SDSU students have registered. Many courses are online. Registration opens May 6; classes start May 28. Learn more at .
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