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Police issue ATM theft warning

October 18, 2010

It was thought that a student?s credit card had been scanned by a device, resulting in an ATM advisory. A crime report was released last week, advising...

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MATT-ER OF FACT: Get to know the best team in San Diego

October 18, 2010

The San Diego State football team is off to a historic start this season but is only averaging 33,050 fans per game. Now, if you're a student and you regularly...

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CSU Trustees increase fees

July 1, 2010

David J. Olender / Photo EditorCalifornia State University Trustees have given students yet another reason to keep an eye on their personal finances.The...

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FEELING TRUTH AT YOU: Gregory Canyon Landfill plan flawed

July 1, 2010

The U.S. has taken the environment out back for a relentless beating as of late. The largest oil spill the nation has ever seen has been splashed all over...

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The ins and outs of health insurance and its perks

July 1, 2010

Earlier this year, the government passed a massive bill that will overhaul our country's health care industry within the next several years. Soon, those...

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TODAY @ STATE: 7-6-2010

July 1, 2010

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BETWEEN THE COVERS: ?SNL? writer Simon Rich debuts first novel

July 1, 2010

Courtesy of Random House Publishing GroupTo "Saturday Night Live" writer Simon Rich, high school and the game Monopoly have a lot in common. To Elliot...

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FICTION: A NASCAR holiday season

July 1, 2010

Jim Bob didn't just want that 55-inch flatscreen with surround sound &- he needed it. NASCAR wasn't the same without it. The roar of the circuit needed...

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SDSU Accelerated nursing program cancelled

July 1, 2010

David J. Olender / Photo EditorSlashes to the San Diego State budget caused the cancellation of an accelerated nursing program on June 18."The proposed...

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FREEDOM HAWK: Obama doubles down on Afghanistan victory

July 1, 2010

MCT CampusPresident Barack Obama deserves praise from all Americans, both left and right, for his recent handling of the leadership shake-up in the war...

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Responsible dietary supplement consumption

July 1, 2010

When choosing among the many dietary supplements on the market today, consumers should keep a few things in mind to ensure the products are high quality...

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BETWEEN THE COVERS: New autobiography buzzing with humor

July 1, 2010

Courtesy of Simon & SchusterFemale comedians have been making a comeback as of late. First Kathy Griffin published her tell-all last November, then Sarah...

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SPOTLIGHT: Research winner dives into Goth community

April 28, 2010

Courtesy of Heather KingstonRobert Pattinson, who plays Edward from the "Twilight" series, wears all black, makeup, boots and a melancholy expression....

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POPE’S DOCTRINE: Leave me to my turtles

April 28, 2010

So Arizona has been a hot topic lately 8212; as it should be. I mean, the events there are really just tragic. I don't really keep track of current events,...

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Tips for creating your own professional brand

April 28, 2010

By Andrea Mora, Senior Staff Writer Graduation is just weeks away for many San Diego State students. This momentous accomplishment may have many students...

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Four industries looking to hire this year

April 28, 2010

MCT CampusIt's no secret that the American economy has been unstable, but is a secret to many which industries are surviving and which jobs are thriving....

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SPOTLIGHT: Professor floods the world with music

April 28, 2010

Stephen Finlayson / Staff PhotographerLeaving one's footsteps across the world is an honorable lifetime wish. And for many professors, their traces stand...

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FEATURED THIS WEEKEND: 4-29-10

April 28, 2010

Thursday April 29Wine Tasting & Art Exhibit FundraiserPrice: $10Phone: 619-501-9831When: 7 to 10 p.m.Where: Air Conditioned Lounge, 4673 30th St.What:...

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FLAMING LIBERAL: Whitburn, best choice for student interests

April 2, 2010

Courtesy www..stephenwhitburn.comCollege students are infamous for being unaware of our neighborhoods and what important social services are needed to...

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CAMPUS CRIME: 4-5-10

April 2, 2010

VandalismApril 2 8212; The San Diego State Police were dispatched to assist security officers with a man who was reportedly being combative at Aztec Corner...

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Winners ready for next year

April 2, 2010

Kallie Larsen / Staff PhotographerStudents visited WebPortal two weeks ago to vote for their favorite Associated Students candidates and the results came...

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Bittersweet ending

April 2, 2010

Glenn Connelly / Photo EditorThe term "scrappy" may come across as condescending, but it's hard to avoid the adjective when talking about the 11-seeded...

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CHELSEA’S LIGHT: Community unites to ‘Finish Chelsea’s Run’

April 2, 2010

On the morning of March 20, a lively and determined community took back its park that was tragically taken from it more than three weeks prior.Marred by...

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WATER POLO: SDSU?s final push for the win drowns out Cal Baptist

April 2, 2010

David J. Olender / Assistant Photo EditorWith a minute remaining before halftime, the San Diego State water polo team trailed Cal Baptist by three goals.SDSU...

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BASEBALL: Aztecs face tough loss

April 2, 2010

Glenn Connelly / Photo EditorThe San Diego State baseball team's second game against TCU opened with fireworks, but didn't end with them.Despite a home...

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SOFTBALL: SDSU can’t catch up to cross-town opponents

April 2, 2010

File PhotoSophomore first baseman Justeen Maeva was unstoppable at the plate Friday night against the University of San Diego; the problem was her San...

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CHELSEA’S LIGHT: Brent and Kelly King talk after the tragedy

April 2, 2010

One day before the four week anniversary of their daughter's, Chelsea King's, disappearance and murder, The Daily Aztec was fortunate enough to talk with...

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TWISTED WIT: 2010 Winter Olympics Woes

March 7, 2010

Fellow students, I am happy to announce the Winter Olympics have finally ended. Sometime between watching U.S. figure skater Johnny Weir emasculate himself...

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LOOKING THROUGH OUR LENS: Crystal pier

March 7, 2010

Staff Photographer Jeff Lewis captured this serene moment in Pacific Beach of the Crystal Pier Hotel as the clouds rolled in across the sun-setting sky....

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Top-selling contraceptive stirs controversy

February 11, 2010

By Andrea Mora, Senior Staff Writer Many women have relied on contraceptives to prevent unplanned pregnancy for more than half a century. And in 2006,...

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Fitness gadgets pump up workout routines

February 11, 2010

Bryan Koci / Staff PhotographerMany students strive to be physically fit. With the help of high-tech fitness gadgets, staying active and in shape can be...

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Grant money to fund study

December 8, 2009

The San Diego Prevention Research Center was recently awarded with $1.4 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for a four-year study...

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Organization continues to aid New Orleans

December 8, 2009

MCT CampusIn 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated the U.S. Gulf Coast, killing around 2,000 Americans and leaving thousands who did survive homeless. More...

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POINTS TO PONDER: 12-8-09

December 8, 2009

Change in Life Expectancy in 2020 due to Smoking and ObesityLife expectancy gain due to decreased smoking rates: 0.31 yearsPredicted decrease in smoking:...

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SDS-VIEW: December downpour

December 8, 2009

Photo Editor Glenn Connelly captured this rainy scene of students in front of Love Library. Weather forecasts predict more rainy days throughout the week.

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A GUEST’S PERSPECTIVE: SDSU faculty Senate fails to act

December 8, 2009

The current state budget deficit has provided a great opportunity for those in power to make drastic changes, à la Reichstag Fire. While the California...

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SDS-VIEW: Rain, rain go away

December 8, 2009

Photo Editor Glenn Connelly snapped a shot of the rainy weather sweeping through San Diego, which left most students cold and wet.

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DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN: Flaw revealed in Jessica’s Law

December 8, 2009

Nobody is perfect. So, because laws are made by people, then laws can be imperfect, despite their intentions.After a recent report from the San Diego State-based...

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HUMOR: Setting the record straight

December 8, 2009

The semester is grinding to a halt, which means it's time to reflect on the post year. On news channels, the year is summarized with images that are collected...

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Admissions under review

December 8, 2009

Recent changes have prompted San Diego State University Senate to create a task force to review how new admissions policies are being implemented.Almost...

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PATI’S TAKES: Life after Facebook: a how-to

October 19, 2009

For the past few months, I have been living in a shack made out of particle board and plastic. Every surface has been painted white to hide the marks of...

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LOOKING THROUGH OUR LENS: A Flight of the Seagulls

October 19, 2009

Staff Photographer Nicholas Santiago captured a flock of seagulls in motion as it took off in flight at a local beach.

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LOOKING THROUGH OUR LENS: Not-So-Silent Music Awards

September 15, 2009

Tempo Editor Anya Moberly captured The Silent Comedy's performance before the band won the award for Best Pop Album at the 19th Annual San Diego Music...

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POINTS TO PONDER: 4-22-09

April 21, 2009

Annual U.S. consumer prices fall for first time since 1955Decrease in U.S. industrial production last month: 1.5%Decrease in consumer price index last...

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Athletic jobs on the rise

April 21, 2009

MCT CampusDespite the current economic slump and increase in unemployment nationwide, jobs in athletic training with increasing salaries seem to be flourishing....

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BASEBALL: Aztecs win in ninth

April 8, 2009

David J. Olender / Photo EditorJunior outfielder Pat Colwell had a long walk back to the dugout. This walk, however, was not after a swing-and-miss strikeout....

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SOFTBALL: Camello blossoms into everyday player

April 8, 2009

David J. Olender / Photo EditorOut on the softball diamond, Jessica Camello enjoys the game just like the rest of her teammates on the San Diego State...

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IF YOU’RE NOT WEIRD, YOU’RE WEIRD: When talk-show hosts battle for best advice

November 30, 2008

Newspaper writers strive to bring in experts as sources for their columns, while others have discovered the ultimate specialist known as www.Ask.com. As...

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POPE’S DOCTRINE: Burns makes changes

March 10, 2008

Let me take you back to a time long ago.This was a time before iPods and a time when Flavor Flav was still considered washed-up. It was a time before the...

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SPORTS: It’s tourney time

March 10, 2008

Photo Editor Glenn Connelly captured SDSU's Paris Johnson putting up a shot against UNLV last month. See how the team is preparing for this week's Mountain...

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: SDSU seeks revenge against Wyoming

March 10, 2008

Glenn Connelly / Photo EditorThe 2007-08 campaign has been a season of firsts for the San Diego State women's basketball team.SDSU recorded its first winning...

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Free legal advice part of fee increase

March 10, 2008

It's very expensive to attend college, and throwing legal trouble on top of that could lead to absolute financial crisis. With lawyers seemingly price-gouging...

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CSU plan near end

March 10, 2008

The two-year long process to draft the California State University's blueprint for the next decade is nearing its end - on time and under budget.Yesterday...

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JOHN P. GAMBOA: You can’t use Drudge’s news

March 10, 2008

Matt Drudge is known for only a handful of things. One of which is that he owns a news Web site self-titled the "Drudge Report." The second is that he...

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CARTOON: 3-12-08

March 10, 2008

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RUTHIE KELLY: Vote ‘yes’ on the library referendum

March 10, 2008

You've been standing second in line for exactly nine minutes, anxiously checking your watch as you wait for someone, anyone, to vacate a computer so you...

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Taking it beyond a college education

March 9, 2008

shane mathiasEight degrees north of the equator stands a hot and humid town with a population of no more than 500 people. This place is known as Los Asientos,...

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Giving residents something to celebrate

March 9, 2008

MCT campusIt's a city that's meant to reflect a simpler time, a time of innocence - community, in a traditional sense. It's called Celebration, Fla., and...

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REVVING THE FLUX CAPACITOR: Working down from 10

March 9, 2008

Every December is a magical time for me. Not because of the holiday season, but because of the endless top 10 lists that flood the news world. I just can't...

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OH SNAP(SHOT): red bull

March 9, 2008

Steven Robles, Staff Photographer

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New internship holds court for students interested in law

February 26, 2007

The decision is unanimous: The San Diego State University Judicial Internship Program will begin next semester.The internship is open to students of all...

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New casino Gaming Certificate Program Dealt a Full House

September 27, 2004

College of Extended Studies' new courses provide many students with an opportunity to pursue professional management positions By Stephanie Waits,...

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Playing games With Your Head

September 27, 2004

The Nintendo Fusion Tour isn't about video games corroding your synapses, it's about bands corroding your synapses Tomorrow night's Nintendo Fusion...

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Aztecs sports Calendar

September 27, 2004

Women's Volleyball at Cal-StateFullerton 5 p.m.Men's Golf at Opus NW HuskyIndividual All DayThursdayMen's Soccer at New Mexico 7 p.m.FridayWomen's Volleyball...

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Living out Lies Under the Spotlight

September 27, 2004

SDSU's theatre students bring the plight of domestic abuse to stage By Maggie Grainger, Senior StaffThe San Diego State theatre department has tackled...

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In this Corner: Two Columnists Square Off

September 27, 2004

Sports columnists Jon "The Heartbreak Kid" Gold and Simon "The Rock" Samano go toe-to-toe for five rounds in a heated dispute over all things sports....

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The man Behind the T-Shirt

September 27, 2004

The Motorcycle Diaries explores the makings of a revolutionary By Laura Limon, Staff Writer What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear...

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Tempo Story

September 27, 2004

Originally released in 1989, Steel Magnolias is star-studded withnames such as Julia Roberts, Sally Field and Shirley MacLaine. Thiswas one of Julia Roberts'...

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‘indie’ more Than Just Music

September 27, 2004

Subculture in San Diego helps boost small businesses, local bands and garners strong support for independent hair stylists By Jennifer Kordela, Senior...

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Aztecs rebound From Tough Weekend With Necessary Win

September 27, 2004

SDSU women's soccer team, shut out in Arizona, responds with win and tie in pivotal weekend against local opponents By Nicole Mehta, Staff WriterAfter...

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Greek community Stunned by Tragedy

September 27, 2004

Delta Sigma Phi members remember Douglas R. DeWitt as a friendly person with a bright future By Lydia Osolinsky & Jon GoldSenior Staff Writer & Sports...

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Across the Leaderboard

September 27, 2004

Football (Mountain West Conference) Conference Overall Team (AP Ranking)...

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Sdsu hits the Jackpot in Sin City, Gets Elusive First Win

September 27, 2004

Aztecs strike gold in Las Vegas, notching their first win of the season with physical 2-0 victory over MPSF-rival UNLV By Hector Trujillo, Staff Writer...

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Political cartoons

September 27, 2004

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Bush’s values Lack Plausible Christian Morale

September 27, 2004

Some have said this November's presidential election is the mostimportant election of our lifetime. I know why it's important for me- I want Bush out of...

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Politics no Less Dirty Than Poker

September 27, 2004

By Leonardo Surdo, Staff Writer Poker is a game that rewards coercion and deceit. Imagine fourpeople sitting at a table enjoying a rousing game of "Texas...

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Heat of Global Issue Rises

September 27, 2004

By Ben Tambaschi, Staff Writer Hey, it's a new Fall semester - another year almost over- and Earth is still getting warmer. On Sept. 23, the onlinejournal...

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Aztecs struggle to Continue Momentum of First Victory

September 27, 2004

Injuries plaguing young team, which suffers back-to-back close losses By David Beck, Senior Staff Writer It doesn't matter if you're the Brazilian national...

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Putin’s reform Mirrors Bush’s Attack Doctrine

September 27, 2004

By Jeremy Biane, Staff Writer A new soldier has entered the war on terror. In response toescalating terrorist attacks within his country, Russian PresidentVladimir...

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Sports Story

September 26, 2004

San Diego State Aztecs Passing Comp....

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Making the Grade

September 26, 2004

SUBJECT MARKS Quarterbacks The key to junior Matt Dlugolecki?s performance during Saturday...

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Scaling the Mountain West

September 26, 2004

By Jon Gold, Kourosh Safavi & Simon Samano (No. 14) Utah Utes (4-0): 49Air Force Falcons (2-2): 35For the first time in this short season, the Utah Utes...

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Embryonic stem-Cell Research Will Only Add to Myriad Societal Ills

September 26, 2004

Millions are suffering. People such as Michael J. Fox, MuhammadAli, Pope John Paul II and Christopher Reeve are suffering fromdegenerative diseases such...

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Dads willing to Go to Great Heights for Their Children

September 26, 2004

By Kinsee Morlan, Staff Columnist The fathers' rights advocacy group, Fathers 4 Justice, has beenbusy in recent weeks. From a Batman appearance on the...

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Looking through Our Lens

September 26, 2004

Derrick Tuskan / Staff Photographer A candlelight vigil was held for 21-year-old San Diego Statestudent Douglas R. DeWitt, who was found dead Saturday...

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Nude student Gets Tazed and Tackled

September 26, 2004

Disoriented man roams around in Love Library By Alana Seifi, Staff WriterA nude student was tackled and tazed by campus police in LoveLibrary Wednesday...

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Aztecs unload Their Frustration After Last Week’s Heartbreaker

September 26, 2004

Stingy defense leads the way, as SDSU steamrolls Nevada Wolf Pack By Simon Samano, Assistant Sports Editor The San Diego State football team's game...

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Trolley will Ensure Safe Rides

September 26, 2004

Surveillance cameras, security office are major components for transit By Laura Vogltanz, ContributorSecurity for the mid-2005 arrival of the trolley...

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Picking the Mountain West

September 22, 2004

Editor?s note: Every week, The Daily Aztec staff picks the winners of the upcoming Mountain West games. Remember: This is for entertainment purposes...

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L.p.

September 22, 2004

Suburban Sprawl and Alcohol Female vocalist L.P. steps it up on her sophomore release with anew band. Lyrically, the album is solid - just check out"Suburban...

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Higher education Failing Students in Affordability

September 22, 2004

For many students, their first home will cost less than theirfour-year college education. Unfortunately, in today's society theonly thing that is possibly...

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Fye

September 22, 2004

FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT So we hearCognac and crustaceans: Actor Edward Furlong was recently arrestedin Florence, Ky., after an attempt to free a case of...

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Do you Remember Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio?

September 22, 2004

Documentary End of the Century celebrates the life and music of The Ramones By Andrew Good, Assistant Tempo Editor With the recent passing of Johnny...

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Unearthing the Warmth Within

September 22, 2004

By Dee Dee Chew, Tempo Editor It is often said that a person's eyes are the windows to his or her soul. If this sentiment is true then singer/songwriter...

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Walking onto the Scene

September 22, 2004

Wide receiver's talent has been revealed this season after years in the shadow By Simon Samano, Assistant Sports Editor When junior wide receiver Robert...

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Aztecs must Capitalize on Poor Run Defense

September 22, 2004

After yet another gut-wrenching loss against a national powerhouse, the San Diego State football team is looking to shake off its 24-21 defeat to Michigan...

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Hard test Awaits Sdsu Runners

September 22, 2004

Aztecs will travel to Stanford for most difficult challenge of season By Devin Kunysz, Staff WriterMidterms have come early for the members of the San...

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Sdsu hopes to Mend Broken Heart

September 22, 2004

By Simon Samano, Assistant Sports Editor When the San Diego State football team takes on the University of Nevada-Reno Saturday night at Qualcomm...

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Aztecs can’t Find Momentum

September 22, 2004

By Willie Bans, Senior Staff Writer Coming off two consecutive road tournaments in which it wasswept, this is not the way the San Diego State women's...

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