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End nears, nothing changes

by Chris Pocock

April 18, 2011

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SAN DIEGO — In another blistery rash of pre-apocalyptic fever, billboards around San Diego are predicting the apocalypse will occur on May 21. Local grocery stores are experiencing hugely increased sales for items such as bottled...

AS: same as it ever was

by Joe Stewart

April 14, 2011

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Mr. Vice President, I won’t bother with addressing your misguided claims against The Daily Aztec, as I feel Ruthie Kelly did a fine job of clarifying the paper’s position. I will instead focus on your weak defense of Associated...

Awake on a day of no phones

by Ty Thompson

April 11, 2011

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It was chaos. Students arose in the morning to find something was missing. Not just an ordinary thing like a backpack or a textbook, but something that connected the students with the rest of the world. Cell phones disappeared....

Opinion Cartoon: 4-11-11

by Staff

April 11, 2011

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I don’t wanna grow up, and you can’t make me

by Matt Doran

April 7, 2011

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It’s come to my attention that I am not a kid anymore. In fact, I’m getting old. I’m, like, a grown-up. I pay taxes and take glucosamine supplements to improve bone density. Being in my late 20s hardly makes me the AARP...

SDS-VIEW: 04-06-11

by Staff

April 6, 2011

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Overcoming the love goggles

by Khris Pecjo

April 6, 2011

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They are everywhere: at grocery stores, local libraries, neighborhood parks and even schools across the country. I’m not referring to serial killers or infamous bank robbers – I’m talking about people infected by the growing...

You put my bed outside …

by Bill Crotty

April 4, 2011

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It was not a dark and stormy night; in fact, it was quite nice outside. I was sitting on my couch, probably playing video games and downloading movies (legally, of course), when a roommate, Tasha,* went outside to smoke a cigarette...