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SDSU students Cha Cha Rane, Abel Mercado, Kimberly Alli and Victor Uwakwe take part in the “chalking” homecoming event at the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre Oct. 16.

[Photo] Homecoming nominees discuss event proposals

October 18, 2017

SDSU students Cha Cha Rane, Abel Mercado, Kimberly Alli and Victor Uwakwe take part in the “chalking” homecoming event at the Cal Coast Credit Union...

Slack key guitarist Makana is set to bring his unique style to San Diegos Belly Up on Oct. 9.

Hawaiian slack key guitarist Makana set to visit San Diego

October 5, 2017

From traditional to modern, one of Hawaii’s most talented guitarists innovates a sound that has been at the heart of a culture for more than a century. After...

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English indie-pop singer Dan Croll wrapped up his North American tour at the Irenic in San Diego.

Dan Croll makes a stop in San Diego

September 27, 2017

Everyone eventually braves the shift from adolescence to adulthood, but not everyone can sleekly sum up such a rocky leap like Dan Croll. Hailing from...

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Les Femmes International Film Festival comes to San Diego

September 7, 2017

Feminism and filmmaking have steadily intertwined into a powerhouse movement. Such is the same with Les Femmes Underground International Film Festival...

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Tom Gun LIVE: A Mavericks Homage opened at the San Diego Music Box August 27.

“Tom Gun Live: A Maverick’s Homage” entices Tom Cruise lovers through parody

September 6, 2017

He’s a star-spangled movie icon, and now he has his own play. “Tom Gun LIVE: A Maverick’s Homage,” is a spin-off stage parody of the 1980’s...

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Preview: When worlds collide; McGregor vs Mayweather

August 24, 2017

Believe it or not, it is happening. Saturday, Aug. 26 will be one of the most in recent sports history. Wading passed the piled media doubt and flawed...

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Chicano Batman guitarist Bardo Martinez plays passionately during its set.

BeerX festival takes the stage

August 16, 2017

The piercing rays of the San Diego sun were drooping over the Pacific Ocean as local rock group Splavender finished its set. It was one of the six bands...

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Courtesy of Lizbeth Price

Downtown Gallery goes ‘All Natural’

April 26, 2017

The San Diego State Downtown Gallery ushered in one of its most ambitious art exhibits to date on Thursday, April 20. “All Natural” is a poignant...

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MMA fighters risk their lives to ‘make weight’

April 19, 2017

Mixed Martial Arts have ballooned into an international phenomenon over the past decade. Whether it is the cobra-like ground gyrations of Jujutsu, the...

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Courtesy of Alex Dejecacion

Pumphouse works to establish itself

April 5, 2017

San Diego’s music scene added a refreshingly simplistic rock group to its roster in the spring of 2015. Alternative rock outfit Pumphouse hails from...

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Portugal. The Man ignites audience

Portugal. The Man ignites audience

March 22, 2017

A line of impatient music fans slithered down the sidewalk of the North Park Observatory Thursday, March 16. And impatience was understandable, as Portugal....

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Tony Hawk gives advice to student

Tony Hawk gives advice to student

March 22, 2017

Skateboarding has evolved into a global captivation ever since its rocky birth as an action sport. There was the fabled Z-Boys skate team of Dogtown,...

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Photo courtesy of Maclay Heriot

Portugal. The Man shatters silence

March 13, 2017

At long last, Portugal. The Man has shattered its near three-year silence recently with the funk-infused swinger, “Feel It Still.” The band will...

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Residential advisors build a home

March 1, 2017

San Diego State offers a litany of on-campus job opportunities for students of all talents and financial backgrounds. Whether it is managing the front...

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Courtesy of Ken Jacques

A fun reflection on coming of age

February 22, 2017

For more than five days, the Experimental Theater at San Diego State ventured back to the Edo age of ancient Japan in a whimsical stage-telling of the...

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‘Viceland’ is a shallow dive into racial issues

February 15, 2017

Racial confrontation is the selling point for Viceland’s newest documentary series “Hate Thy Neighbor.” Hosted by bearded British comedian Jamali...

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It’s time to erase digital dinosaur Blackboard

January 25, 2017

For students, it is the revealer of grades, an informant for missed lectures and the nerve center of all valuable information. For professors, it is...

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