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A daughter’s search for daddy

by Matt Doran

January 27, 2011

Filed under Daily Aztec Stories, The Back Page

Two months ago I received an e-mail from omnitrace.com. It was in my junk folder and sandwiched between “Rare naked pictures of Marlon Brando” and “I’m a Nigerian prince, and I need your help.” The subject read: “Adopted?...

Leave your mark on the world

by Staff

January 24, 2011

Filed under The Back Page

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Spring break Qatar 2022

by Matt Powers

January 24, 2011

Filed under The Back Page

I’m sure you’re not familiar with Qatar unless you’ve been staring at your globe with a microscope in your spare time. It’s a little peninsula of land extended into the Persian Gulf that FIFA believed would be best suited...

Not so cuddly furry creature

by Ty Thompson

January 20, 2011

Filed under The Back Page

Every month or so, a loosely affiliated student group of hoodlums and lowlifes releases a nefarious creature among the unsuspecting student body of San Diego State. These nearly illiterate miscreants, in their reckless disregard...

HUMOR: To the winter class of 2010

by Staff

January 13, 2011

Filed under The Back Page

By Matt Doran, Assistant Features Editor In 1979, President Jimmy Carter gave a televised address that came to be known as his Crisis of Confidence speech. He beseeched Americans to buy less, to be less materialistic, less self-center...

7 2 OFF SUIT: I just need a green stop sign

by Staff

December 7, 2010

Filed under The Back Page

By Kristen Ace Nevarez, Senior Staff Columnist According to Webster’s dictionary, stress is a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense. According to me, stress is the loop of Queen and David Bowie’s “Under Pressur...

HUMOR: Dealing with the animals

by Staff

December 6, 2010

Filed under The Back Page

By Allie Daugherty, Managing Editor Most people don’t know what noise a peacock makes. I didn’t, until I got a job at the zoo last summer. The cool thing about the San Diego Zoo is it doesn’t cage its peacocks. I...

FICTION: What the end of love looks like

by Staff

December 5, 2010

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By Kristen Ace Nevarez, Senior Staff Columnist When I eat alone at a restaurant I can tell people are wondering: Am I waiting for someone? Did I get stood up? Am I a loner? Once a man offered to join me, as if he was afr...