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Ceighlee Fennel, Arts & Culture Editor

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Senior Farewell: Ceighlee Fennel

Senior Farewell: Ceighlee Fennel

May 15, 2020

The coronavirus may have postponed graduation, but us seniors are still technically graduating and moving on. It feels like the rug was swiped out from...

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Converse are his go to shoes because they go with everything.

[Photo] Scene at State: Red Corduroy and Converse

March 17, 2020

Converse are his go to shoes because they go with everything.

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In the food sections, eating healthy foods you love is key to creating a healthy habit.

How to switch resolutions to healthy lifestyles

January 22, 2020

Do any of your New Year’s Resolutions involve losing weight? Exercising more? Sneaking more self care into your day?  If any of these apply to you,...

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Students lined up to play Nintendo games during the promotion of the Nintendo Switch Lite.

[Photo] Nintendo Switch tours college campuses

November 25, 2019

Students lined up to play Nintendo games during the promotion of the Nintendo Switch Lite.

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[Photo] Vinyl creates experiences that never die

November 13, 2019

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Can’t carve a pumpkin without pictures

October 30, 2019

The Daily Aztec held a photo contest this past week on Instagram! The winners got a chance to be published on The Backpage of our Oct. 30 issue. Check...

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[Video] DA Beat: Oct. 21, 2019

October 21, 2019

SDSU pushes to break ground in Mission Valley, crime updates, scooter update and much more on this week's Daily Aztec Beat.

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SDSU students shift social media into social change

September 10, 2019

Social media has grown out of the box of confined life updates with friends and family and has become an agent of social change. The fire in the Amazon...

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Musicians had special passes they wore all night. NateyZ performed with Quiet Child as a one night back in San Diego after graduation when they moved to Los Angeles.

Student made app promotes with off campus event

September 10, 2019

Some of San Diego State’s clubs and students showed their support for a student-made app called Tap In last Saturday at a promotional event in an event...

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Illenium’s new album delivers beautiful lyrics with epic drops

September 3, 2019

Illenium’s new album, “Ascend,” is causing a buzz in the Electronic Dance Music genre. There are 17 songs total with 15 of them featuring other artists,...

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Gabrielle Budihas plays piano, sings and producers music in her room. She will be performing some of her originals.

[Photo] Student performing first solo set at the first Nooner

August 22, 2019

Gabrielle Budihas plays piano, sings and producers music in her room. She will be performing some of her originals.

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

Trending room décor for move-in season

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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Taylor Bennett, Chance the Rapper’s brother, performed on the first day on the festival on the main stage, Lands End.

Outside Lands rolls into San Francisco

August 14, 2019

Outside Lands opened up in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco this weekend, in case you didn’t see all the Instagram posts. For most, it was a magical...

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Womyn’s Outreach Association President Shelby Rodich led the Take Back the Night march on campus.

Campus sexual assault resources push to reach the ill informed

May 8, 2019

Targeting uninterested students is a hard task that sexual awareness and violence prevention programs try to constantly tackle. They are constantly using...

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Montage on College opened to students last semester.

Montage on College apartments provide accommodating option for off-campus living

March 6, 2019

Montage on College was a new addition to the College Area’s housing stock last semester. It was built last year and opened to students this past fall...

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Three groups seek to grow SDSU's a cappella community

Three groups seek to grow SDSU’s a cappella community

February 6, 2019

A cappella performers make up a subculture at San Diego State represented by three groups of students, which came together for a mixer at Hepner Hall on...

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ASUB holds Block Party to welcome students

ASUB holds Block Party to welcome students

September 5, 2018

The Aztec Students Union Board brought the party to campus Wednesday, Aug. 29. Grass replaced the cement plaza in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union...

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21 and under: fun activities to do on and off campus

August 24, 2018

Fun activities can be found everywhere and anywhere. People just have to be creative and hungry for adventure. It may seem like much of the fun of living...

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[Video] These SDSU graduation photos are a mess

April 27, 2018

San Diego State students take graduation photos with glitter and champagne creating potentially dangerous and environmentally harmful messes.

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David Picariello, Francesca Morabito, Mario Roberge-Reyes, Megan Mackenzie and Alana Cooper speak at the Speak About It event on April 10 in Montezuma Hall.

Take Back the Night brings awareness to campus

April 11, 2018

Sexual violence and assault awareness has had an increase in visibility due to movements like #MeToo. These movements tie into San Diego State’s fourth...

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Chase Schlein and Victor Karagiozov relax in their living room.

Transitioning from dorm to apartment living isn’t so bad

March 7, 2018

Transitions can be rough. It’s like going from a cute kid to an awkward teen, or jumping from a hot tub to a freezing pool. There are so many other...

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Exploring San Diego: A guide to the best hiking and adventure spots for newbies

February 28, 2018

Hiking doesn’t have to be difficult in San Diego. At first glance, there doesn’t seem to be many spots, but after closer inspection, there are a ton...

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Opinion: Haters hate; Skaters skate

February 7, 2018

Attention all skaters: San Diego State police are cracking down on skating by handing out tickets left and right. At the beginning of every new semester,...

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The fish taco is one of the most popular items on El Valdeor Seafood's menu.

REVIEW: El Valedor Seafood stand out in sea of food trucks

December 7, 2017

In a vast sea of food trucks, El Valedor Seafood stands out in the College Area. The menu has a variety of seafood dishes that include fish tacos,...

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Surfing finds its wave at state

Surfing finds its wave at state

November 16, 2017

San Diego has a large surfing community and industry that thrives off the big waves and beautiful beaches. San Diego State is incorporating this key aspect...

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Located in the SDSU University Gallery, art displayed in the Wiggle Room exhibit showcases the work of graduate students.

Wiggle Room exhibit displays graduate art

October 4, 2017

San Diego State School of Art and Design graduate students have “wiggled” their way into the Wiggle Room. The annual art exhibition showcases the...

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Newt Cutcliffe completes a roll tacking maneuver in windy sailing conditions at the South Designate last March.

Anchors aweigh! SDSU sailing club back at sea

September 20, 2017

The sailing club has returned to port after being lost at sea for 20 years. Anthropology junior Gigi Dean, founder and president of the club, developed...

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Marketing senior Lexi Price pours beer at Bubs in Pacific Beach.

SDSU craft beer camp taps into the industry

August 16, 2017

San Diego, located in the self-declared capital of craft beer, fosters education and opportunities for people looking to get a foot in the booming brewing...

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‘Vibe Night’ offers music, rap and poetry

‘Vibe Night’ offers music, rap and poetry

April 26, 2017

On April 20, the Student African American Brotherhood put on an event called Vibe Night from 7 to 9 p.m. in Scripps Cottage. The two main performers of...

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Students win big at open mic night

Students win big at open mic night

February 22, 2017

Talent can show up in the most interesting of places and San Diego State open mic nights just happen to be one of those places. The Aztec Student Union...

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Graduate student crafts jewelry from metals

Graduate student crafts jewelry from metals

November 21, 2016

Lissy Selvius grew up around crafty family members her whole life. As an undergraduate, she was focused on ceramics and eventually wanted to get involved...

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Wind symphony holds free outdoor concert

Wind symphony holds free outdoor concert

October 13, 2016

Wherever the wind takes us is always a tossup. The wind symphony of San Diego State performed a free outdoor concert on Oct. 9 at 4 p.m. at the performing...

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Tasty Tuesday: Dirty Birds serves award-winning wings

Tasty Tuesday: Dirty Birds serves award-winning wings

September 20, 2016

From Pacific Beach to El Cajon Blvd., wings have quite the reputation. Dirty Birds is a locally owned sports bar and grill that offers over 33 different...

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New public health professor wants to end health disparities

New public health professor wants to end health disparities

September 19, 2016

Every year San Diego State gains not only new students, but new faculty as well. This semester Jerel Calzo joins the School of Public Health as an associate...

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