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SDSU theatre, dance unite in play

SDSU theatre, dance unite in play

December 2, 2015

San Diego State’s University Dance Company is collaborating with the School of Theatre, Television and Film and the School of Art and Design for the...

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Campus bicycle stand repairs solo

Campus bicycle stand repairs solo

November 10, 2015

On Thursdays at the San Diego State farmers’ market, environmental engineering senior Chad Larrieu works on a bicycle mounted on a stand. His hands are...

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Eatery is Asian food lovers’ dream

Eatery is Asian food lovers’ dream

October 14, 2015

There’s a reason why fast food is every college student’s best friend. Craving a burger? Go to In-N-Out. Chinese? Head over to Panda Express. A...

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Tasty Tuesday: Hipsters convene at Young Hickory

Tasty Tuesday: Hipsters convene at Young Hickory

September 29, 2015

Something about the sound of a coffee-bean grinder hard at work gets the average caffeine junkie feeling jolly. Young Hickory serves craft beer and good...

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Aspiring artists unite with Aztec Music Group

Aspiring artists unite with Aztec Music Group

September 23, 2015

In a saturated music industry, aspiring artists usually have one major challenge besides working on their own art: promoting it and making money for it....

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Ward works her way to the top

Ward works her way to the top

May 8, 2015

She begins her morning with breakfast, a prayer, meditation and the ambition to empower the students of San Diego State. She walks down Campanile Walkway...

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Students commute to save money

Students commute to save money

April 23, 2015

San Diego State students work hard and look forward to getting home and embracing a warm bed at the end of a long day. For those who live on campus, it...

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Love at SDSU: A storybook romance

Love at SDSU: A storybook romance

April 6, 2015

It is rare to find two people who truly understand one another; someone to call a partner in the crime called life. It may take four years, or it may take...

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Farmers Market

Local farmers’ markets flourish in San Diego

March 25, 2015

Farmers’ markets are just about 50 shades of green. They thrive in California because of the optimal conditions for growing fresh produce. However, markets...

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The exterior of The Granada on Hardy Avenue, a campus apartment complex that had previously been reserved for sophomores and upper division students.

Student housing expands with purchase of new complex

November 3, 2013

San Diego State has recently taken ownership of The Granada on Hardy apartment complex as part of its strategic planning to expand housing opportunities...

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SDSU approves Pride Resource Center

SDSU approves Pride Resource Center

October 7, 2013

Come January, San Diego State will open the doors of its new Pride Center, a resource service center to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer...

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Photo Courtesy of the SDSU Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education.

LabZone engages community schools

October 3, 2013

San Diego State’s Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education and Lemon Grove Academy of Sciences and Humanities have partnered for the...

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