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Pandora revolutionizing the radio industry

by Staff

March 16, 2010

Stefan Walters / Staff PhotographerInternet radio site www.pandora.com is transforming the way people listen to music. Based on the concept of traditional radio 8212; listening to an externally chosen playlist of songs 8212; Pan...

Telling a new partner about having an STD

by Staff

March 13, 2010

Think StockA couple is going on their third date. They never thought they'd find each other so amazing. After the movies, one of them decides to take it a step further. He decides to confess his feelings and gives hints about wanti...

A second chance may not change the outcome

by Staff

March 6, 2010

Kallie Larsen / Staff PhotographerWell, it happened. It's the news no one ever sees coming, until it finally comes 8212; getting dumped.As anyone who's ever been through this knows, it can be incredibly hard to let go. So difficult that...

Astrological advice for curious couples

by Staff

March 6, 2010

Mariem Bier / Staff Writer"Hey baby, what's your sign?"Most have heard this classic pick up line multiple times. Although some people do find sign compatibility to be reliable, it is not something to base a relationship on.There ...

Students with children struggle for balance

by Staff

February 28, 2010

By Andrea Mora, Senior Staff Writer Like many San Diego State students, criminal justice senior Marjorie Calvillo begins her mornings at 6 a.m. She makes breakfast, gets ready for work and heads out the door. But before clock...

Vancouver during Winter games is its own event

by Staff

February 15, 2010

MCT CampusFeb. 15--VANCOUVER, B.C. -- Vancouver may be the host of the 2010 Winter Games, but it felt more like summer in the city Sunday afternoon, Feb. 14.The sun was shining and the streets downtown were packed with people h...

Top-selling contraceptive stirs controversy

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February 10, 2010

By Andrea Mora, Senior Staff Writer Many women have relied on contraceptives to prevent unplanned pregnancy for more than half a century. And in 2006, one pill claimed to be "beyond birth control," promising to treat acne and pr...

Fitness gadgets pump up workout routines

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February 10, 2010

Bryan Koci / Staff PhotographerMany students strive to be physically fit. With the help of high-tech fitness gadgets, staying active and in shape can be more exciting."Technology tools such as pedometers, heart rate monitors a...

Winter comfort foods without the extra weight

by Staff

February 8, 2010

Think StockComfort foods remind people of childhood. They are craved on a cold, rainy day. Or simply put, they make a person feel good. Because of their enjoyable nature, it is a shame most of these have a large amount of cal...

Dishing up fine wine and cheese pairings

by Staff

February 8, 2010

Maura Ochoa / Staff PhotographerFrance and Italy aren't the only places to find quality wines. San Diego wine connoisseurs should be proud of their roots, as South Coast Winery Resort & Spa in Temecula was awarded Best Winery in...

Organization continues to aid New Orleans

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December 7, 2009

MCT CampusIn 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated the U.S. Gulf Coast, killing around 2,000 Americans and leaving thousands who did survive homeless. More than 1,800 miles away one San Diego State student organization has dedica...

San Diego steps it up in the brewing world

by Staff

December 7, 2009

Courtesy of studioshulz.comSan Diego is known for a lot perks: sparkling beaches, good weather and a world-famous zoo. World-class craft beer, however, is a new addition to the list. Men's Journal recently named San Diego as A...