We finally got the clearest view yet of what San Diego State University leaders really want out of the Qualcomm Stadium site.
The late-night show host picks on a SDSU student for his Huffington Post screed. Plus, what Central Library has planned for Comic-Con, San Diego Book Awards and more.
The hotly contested Student Success Fee has been rolled out in its first tier at San Diego State University. Here’s a closer look at the promises that were delivered and deferred.
As SDSU classes get under way Monday, SDSU President Elliot Hirshman explains his push for entrepreneurial programs on campus, how the school maintains campus diversity and how exactly the university’s strategic plan moves to advance the region as a whole.
As the city and greater world of sports mourn the loss of Tony Gwynn, photos from the SDSU archives show the breadth of the Hall of Famer’s long San Diego career.
A new transportation option is coming to San Diego at the end of the summer. Andrew Keatts and NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia bring you up to speed on bus rapid transit.
SDSU wants to hire 140 new full-time professors by the middle of 2017, and a new fee on students will pay for more than half of them. But there are fewer students on campus to shoulder the bill.
Protests sprang up last week over the new Student Success Fee, which would allow the school to hire tenured professors and bolster class sections. The proposal would raise students’ obligations to $1,694 a year in fees – more than a semester’s tuition for a part-time undergraduate student.
Validation for Steve Fisher’s efforts to rebuild SDSU’s basketball program. Plus, politics and sports merge with a new mayor and the fate of the Chargers’ stadium dreams.
VOSD contributor and noted sports guy Beau Lynott stopped by the studio to talk Aztecs, Padres and last Sunday’s Super Bowl.