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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...

Rebuilding after ‘homewreckers’ move in

by Staff

November 28, 2009

MCT CampusSecret lovers, mistresses or homewreckers 8212; most people know who they are from personal experience or know someone who has encountered them. They are individuals who knowingly have romantic affairs with committed...

Don’t let uneasy situations affect your game

by Staff

November 22, 2009

Daniel Meza / Staff PhotographerMost people avoid awkward and uncomfortable encounters, but such situations can be inevitable, even during the most romantic of times. Dating is filled with excitement, fun and first loves. Howeve...

Damage from abuse is more than physical

by Staff

November 22, 2009

Kallie Larsen / Staff PhotographerAn abuser could be compared to a malignant cancer that continuously eats away 8212; it has a permanent presence with no treatment. Relationship abuse is an ongoing issue among youths and adult...

The future of public transportation takes off

by Staff

November 16, 2009

Courtesy of California High-Speed Rail AuthorityLast year, California residents voted in favor of Proposition 1A, which provides funding for a high-speed rail train from San Diego to San Francisco and Sacramento. Today, gover...

An auction win leads to a castle sleepover

by Staff

October 19, 2009

MCT CampusWhat's $27,266 among friends?If you're Jay and Dana Hagan and a few of your closest friends, it's the amount needed for an overnight stay at venerable Hearst Castle on California's central coast.The Kentfield couple an...

Letting the good times roll this Oktoberfest

by Staff

October 19, 2009

MCT CampusAll year long, international beer aficionados wait for the world's biggest outdoor festival and their chance to party with millions of others at Munich, Germany's annual Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest has become one of the wor...

Sam ‘the Cooking Guy’ keeps recipes easy

by Staff

October 19, 2009

Glenn Connelly / Photo EditorSam "the Cooking Guy" Zien is an average Joe when it comes to cooking. He doesn't use fancy ingredients or chef terminology. He has no ridiculously over-the-top recipes, and he even prefers burrit...

Feeding hungry minds across the world

by Staff

October 19, 2009

Bryan Koci / Staff PhotographerDonating money is not easy for most people, even if it is for a good cause. But a San Diego State professor is doing something different for charity despite the economic strain. It does not involve...

Differences in couples are only skin deep

by Staff

October 18, 2009

Kallie Larsen / Staff PhotographerRacial differences are only skin-deep when it comes to relationships. And while some people look for comfort in a partner with the same race and background, they may be surprised to find distinct s...

The blurred gender roles in modern dating

by Staff

October 18, 2009

Courtesy of Liquid LibraryAmerican women are often considered lucky to live in a society that allows them to be equal to men. Women can vote, own property and have careers. But in the dating world, it's rare to see a woman approac...

SPOTLIGHT: Student chemist has the world in her hands

by Staff

September 23, 2009

Courtesy of Lindsey Martin / Assistant Photo EditorLook inside the chemistry labs at San Diego State and you'll find something more profound than an experiment 8212; you'll find a petite brunette who's making a big impact here on...