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Canciones por los padres

by Louie Centanni

March 17, 2011

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When the violin bursts, all conversation in the coffee shop stops. The barista switches the espresso machine to “Off.” The table of laughing 20 somethings beside the wall mural of a cobblestone village in France hesitate to...

Defending the ‘man code’

by Bill Crotty

March 15, 2011

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Starting with the dawn of time, or maybe just since women’s rights were established, women complaining about men being “creepy” at parties has become an incessant annoyance to the top-ranked team in the battle of the sexes. Apparently...

A falling, shooting star

by Louie Centanni

March 14, 2011

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"It really doesn’t matter where you stand. What does matter is, for that split second when the radiant beam pirouetted across the blackness of the sky, you make a wish.” Leila’s voice was filled with a giddy hopefulness....

On the road with the Aztecs

by Antonio Zaragoza

March 13, 2011

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LAS VEGAS —- This weekend I had the privilege to be on the road with The Daily Aztec sports team to cover the Mountain West Conference Championships. The amount of work required to cover, in detail, the many aspects of the game...

Carpe momento, let loose

by Mason Schoen

March 9, 2011

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You’re good for nothing, you know that?” he whispered. “Your hospital bills and that dog that cost more than my truck. And could you spread your legs once in a while? No. You’re dryer than a drought.” He walked to the...

SDS-VIEW: 03-09-11

by Staff

March 9, 2011

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