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Freshman Louisa Oldeland performing at Open Mic Night in the Aztec Student Union on Sept. 21.

[Photo] Open Mic Night gives San Diego performers a chance to shine

September 30, 2021

Freshman Louisa Oldeland performing at Open Mic Night in the Aztec Student Union on Sept. 21.

(L to R) SANDRA OH as JI-YOON and JAY DUPLASS as BILL in episode 106 of THE CHAIR

‘The Chair’ is a smart satire of academia with ample room to grow

August 31, 2021

Amanda Peet almost winced at the idea of timing the topics of her show. “I really just so badly wanted to make a romantic comedy, a workplace, office...

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2021 Grammy Awards serve as a moment of musical escape and reflection

2021 Grammy Awards serve as a moment of musical escape and reflection

March 17, 2021

It was ethereal. It started on a close frame – lit with a deep cerulean blue, Taylor Swift’s blonde hair looked almost black. As the camera pulled...

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The Oscar trophy that has become synonymous with the Academy Awards could be in the hands of some historic figures soon.

While historic, Oscar ‘firsts’ are long overdue

March 17, 2021

It’s kind of weird and awful that any firsts are still happening, right? The 2021 Oscar nominations were announced on Monday, March 15. There are...

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Column: Top ten ways to spend your rest and recovery days

Column: Top ten ways to spend your rest and recovery days

March 10, 2021

If you’re following anyone on social media, you know how excited everyone is that spring break has been changed to a series of “recovery days” on...

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Minari tells the story of a Korean-American familys adjustment to change as they move to a rural lifestyle in Arkansas.

Review: Lee Isaac Chung’s “Minari” explores Korean-American family’s adjustment to new lifestyle

March 9, 2021

“Remember what we promised each other when we got married?” Jacob Yi, played by Steven Yeun, asks his wife in a doctor’s office waiting room. “We...

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Ariana Grande, Aminé, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny and The Strokes are the artists that round out our picks for part two of 2020s Albums of The Year.

DA Staff Picks: The Best Albums of 2020, Part Two

December 22, 2020

As the year comes closer to an end, here is the second installment of the DA Staff picks for best albums of 2020. Check out Part One. Ariana Grande –...

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Both the Biden and Trump campaigns have ubiquitous branding that will outlive this years presidential race.

Candidates show their true colors with political yard signs

November 3, 2020

The weather was picturesque on Oct. 28 in Coronado, a reminder that in many ways, the earth is oblivious to the constant chatter of election season amidst...

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Disneys live action remake of Mulan faced backlash when lead actress Liu Yifei retweeted a post in support of Hong Kong protests.

Review: Disney’s live-action “Mulan” remake misses the mark

October 6, 2020

With the 2020 release of Disney’s live-action “Mulan,” little is left desired in the way of grandeur.  The movie glistens with stunning costumes,...

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