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Over 30 people attended the opening ceremony for Luis Gonzalez Palma's new exhibit.

Latin American artist creates stories with photos and string

by Roxana Becerril, Staff Writer // October 23, 2019

Over 250 attendees brought the inauguration of Luis González Palma’s solo show to life,  experiencing art from his Latin American perspective at...

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Tacos El Gordo becomes a staple for San Diego taco lovers

Tacos El Gordo becomes a staple for San Diego taco lovers

by Aaron Tolentino, Sports Editor // October 16, 2019

There is a general consensus for those who live in or visit San Diego that Tacos El Gordo is the area’s must-hit spot for tacos. Well, the hype is...

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Kelly Shea Kerrigan received a personal note and free front row seats to see one of her favorite bands, Greta Van Fleet.

My golden ticket to see Greta Van Fleet

by Kelly Shea Kerrigan, Senior Staff Writer // October 9, 2019

Picture this: After coming home from spring break, you find a large yellow envelope addressed to you in your mailbox. You cannot seem to remember...

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Members of the SDSU chapter of Campus Curlz sat on the grass by the turtle pond on campus with their matching shirts with the slogan,

Campus Curlz keeps the natural look

by Devin Whatley, Staff Writer // September 17, 2019

No two people on campus have the same hair, but one club is looking to unite them all under one roof.  That club, Campus Curlz, looks to bring San...

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Little Italy's Saturday market from a student's perspective

Little Italy’s Saturday market from a student’s perspective

by Juniper Perkins, Staff Writer // September 10, 2019

Rain or shine, Little Italy’s Mercato farmers’ market kicks off every Saturday by hosting more than 200 local vendors on the streets of downtown San...

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Makeup trends started by

Scene at State: “Euphoria” liberates makeup trends while shining a light on youthful society

by Kelly Shea Kerrigan, Senior Staff Writer // September 4, 2019

After finishing the first episode of HBO’s “Euphoria,” my friends and I sat frozen on the couch, our mouths wide open and our minds in shock.  “What...

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Verhaeghe's rolling closet sits against the far wall in her room.

Trending room décor for move-in season

by Ceighlee Fennel, Arts & Culture Editor // August 21, 2019

As students pack their bags in preparation for moving season, some room décor styles have stuck around while others seem to have been left...

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How music has evolved over my college career

How music has evolved over my college career

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // May 1, 2019

To say I have taken the long route to completing my bachelor’s degree would certainly be an understatement. I started college back in 2003 as a theater...

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Upcoming summer movies to get excited for

Upcoming summer movies to get excited for

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // April 24, 2019

After finals are turned in and the temperature starts to rise, cinephiles will start to make their annual summer pilgrimage to the movie theaters to escape...

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Festival-goers attend the annual music and arts festival in the Coachella Valley, held on April 12-14.

All the things Coachella had to offer this year

by Kelly Kerrigan and David Santillan // April 17, 2019

Following Beyonce’s legendary performance at last year’s Coachella Arts and Music Festival (which is now a Netflix documentary titled “Homecoming”),...

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Theorizing how 'Game of Thrones' will end

Theorizing how ‘Game of Thrones’ will end

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // April 10, 2019

After waiting for almost two years, the much-anticipated final season of “Game of Thrones” will reveal who finally gets to reign from the iron throne....

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Interior architecture senior Shadi Karbasi and business management junior Delfina Glover sell pieces on their Instagram pages, @delfinaglover and @shadi.karbasi.

Scene at State

by Kelly Kerrigan, Staff Writer // March 27, 2019

Vintage and recycled clothing is coming back into style more than ever. People are starting to make conscious efforts to find articles of environmentally-friendly...

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