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Conor Nordberg, Staff Writer

Conor Nordberg is a business management major with a minor in journalism. He began writing for The Daily Aztec in 2014 and is currently a features staff writer.

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Master Rapp eager to help students succeed

Master Rapp eager to help students succeed

March 19, 2015

Michael Rapp, often referred to as Master Rapp, Michael or just Rapp, is the large lecture professor of Communications 103 and one of the most recognizable...

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Forever binge-watching

March 2, 2015

Americans love doing things in excess. Whether that is overeating, binge-drinking, or just having too much freedom, we’ll always be at the forefront....

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‘Clickbait’ feeds journalistic junk food

March 2, 2015

It happened again: you’re browsing your Facebook feed and you come across a link titled “This Woman Does Something … You Won’t Believe What Happens...

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Paris and Bangkok offer an entrepreneurial study abroad experience

Paris and Bangkok offer an entrepreneurial study abroad experience

February 27, 2015

San Diego State has long had a penchant for great study abroad programs, having been rated in the top 25 universities nationwide by the Institute of International...

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Sunglasses skate into San Diego

Sunglasses skate into San Diego

February 26, 2015

9Five Eyewear, a recently established luxury lensmaker, has become nearly ubiquitous in pop culture fashion. Celebrities such as Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz,...

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Reinvent the wheel with Reincarnate

Reinvent the wheel with Reincarnate

February 23, 2015

Imagine being able to skateboard on the street like the pavement is snow or pure ice. It’s with this and more in mind that San Diego State alumni Jay...

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Pies from the delivery guy

February 16, 2015

And don’t forget the damn ranch next time,” my customer yells as he slams the door shut on me, leaving me with the customary 50 cent tip and an ever-so-warm...

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Online comments cruelty

January 29, 2015

If you had told someone 50 years ago that anyone could have the capability to communicate instantaneously with someone else regardless of distance, they...

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Tasty Tuesday: The Den might not be a grand slam

Tasty Tuesday: The Den might not be a grand slam

January 27, 2015

Early birds and night owls alike can rejoice with the introduction of yet another 24-hour restaurant right by campus: Denny’s, locally titled “The...

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Student-run media agency delivers results

Student-run media agency delivers results

December 9, 2014

Experience is something nearly all employers are looking for in the “real world.” Some students can turn to internships or mentor programs, but faculty...

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The new face of video games

December 8, 2014

How would you feel buying a book only to discover that half of its pages were missing? Or how about sitting down in a movie theater where the sound is...

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Entrepreneurship minor offers vital skills for aspiring professionals

Entrepreneurship minor offers vital skills for aspiring professionals

November 28, 2014

Entrepreneurs are a vital element required for any economy to succeed. They are the movers and the shakers. The ones with the ideas that could reinvent...

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Tasty Tuesday: Discover Vietnamese flavor at OB Noodle House

Tasty Tuesday: Discover Vietnamese flavor at OB Noodle House

October 28, 2014

I love noodles, like really love noodles. Rice noodles, egg noodles, ramen, chow mein, even cup noodle. I love them all. Naturally, I was excited to go...

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The sick sensationalism

October 27, 2014

Step 1: Ebola comes to America. Step 2: The virus spreads. Step 3: The government decides to quarantine the general public for their safety. Step...

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Tasty Tuesday: Miguels satisfies customers

Tasty Tuesday: Miguel’s satisfies customers

October 14, 2014

Miguel’s is just one of the hundreds, if not thousands, of Mexican restaurants in San Diego, but it’s able to set itself apart thanks to its authentic...

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