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Senior Farewell: Diane López Olea

Senior Farewell: Diane López Olea

by Diane López, Assistant Mundo Azteca Editor // May 16, 2020

It’s hard to go through college when you don’t believe in yourself. As a first-generation student, I never had the resources or someone I could ask...

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Senior Farewell: Alejandra Luna

Senior Farewell: Alejandra Luna

by Alejandra Luna, Mundo Azteca Editor // May 15, 2020

When I moved to San Diego, I always dreamed of going to college to get my degree. I thought that the journey would be too easy as people told me a lot,...

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Encuesta: El amor se debería de festejar solamente un día

by Adriana Horne, Escritora // February 12, 2020

El Día de San Valentín ya está a la vuelta de la esquina, y para muchos es un día lleno de amor pero para otros es un día más.  Es por eso que...

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Located in the SDSU University Gallery, art displayed in the Wiggle Room exhibit showcases the work of graduate students.

Wiggle Room exhibit displays graduate art

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer // October 4, 2017

San Diego State School of Art and Design graduate students have “wiggled” their way into the Wiggle Room. The annual art exhibition showcases the...

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Rubalcaba remixed some of his music with KCR at a Thursday SDSU farmer's market.

Professor Rob connects math to music, art and expression

by Chesiree Katter, Contributor // October 4, 2017

By day, he's a mathematician known as Professor Rob, but by night, he's a raw fish connoisseur and funky-fresh disc jockey. Roberto Rubalcaba, a 1999...

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Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff brings the energy at their North Park show on Sept. 27.

Bleachers uses past to connect with future

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // October 2, 2017

Bleachers opened its show at the Observatory North Park on Wednesday, Sept. 27 with the first song on its most recent record “Gone Now,” called “Dream...

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The Doctor will see you now

by Ahmad Dixon, Staff Writer // September 27, 2017

Premiering in November of 1963, “Doctor Who” is one of the longest running television shows in the history of the medium. First conceived as an...

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Senior farewell: Sports Editor

Senior farewell: Sports Editor

by Anthony Reclusado, Sports Editor // May 3, 2017

This is a newspaper. Not a yearbook or a magazine. This “farewell” is not news, but it’s supposed to be my sentimental goodbye to this paper and...

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Senior farewell: News Editor

Senior farewell: News Editor

by Kayla Jimenez, News Editor // May 3, 2017

Each Tuesday of the past year, I walked past the bright, red The Daily Aztec newsstands on campus and thought to myself -- ‘a new issue will be on stands...

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Senior farewell: Mundo Azteca Editor

Senior farewell: Mundo Azteca Editor

by Andrea Lopez-Villafaña‎, Mundo Azteca Editor // May 3, 2017

If you had told me that I would meet some of my greatest friends in the basement of the Education Business Administration building, I would have given...

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My 'Change of Heart' on The 1975

My ‘Change of Heart’ on The 1975

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // May 3, 2017

As I watched The 1975’s frontman Matty Healy flail his lanky limbs around and sang along to my favorite tracks from last year’s “I Like It When You...

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Photo courtesy of Adriana Heldiz

Senior farewell: Video Editor

by Adriana Heldiz, Video Editor // May 3, 2017

Like most of us, I have never had a problem talking about myself. Talking about myself is probably my third favorite subject to ramble about, right after...

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