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Kvantaliani created her own company called Sublyme.

Sublyme art company created by interior design student

by Natalie Wilson, Contributor // November 20, 2019

  “Thank you for the tragedy. I needed it for my art,” Kurt Cobain said.  Interior design junior Lile Kvantaliani said this quote resonates...

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The instructor gave tips on how to paint the example.

Paint paired with drinks makes for a sipping time

by Callista Hensen, Staff Writer // November 20, 2019

San Diego State University’s Associated Students hosted its bi-annual Sip and Paint event Wednesday night, Nov. 13, for students to immerse themselves...

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Nick Mora draws, paints and photographs art in different ways.

Student artist uses a darker outlook when creating diverse artworks

by Sofia Longo, Contributor // November 20, 2019

Film fifth-year Nick Mora is an artist with many talents. Deeply invested in painting, drawing, and photography, Mora shows a more darker take at life...

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The journey of an SDSU art student

The journey of an SDSU art student

by Nicole Menges and Christine Whitman // November 18, 2015

Art starts here The visual and performing arts learning community on campus is not just a residence hall but a safe haven for student artists to express...

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Art classes give students space to express

Art classes give students space to express

by Cami Buckman, Staff Writer // November 18, 2015

San Diego State offers a handful of unique courses among its variety of classes for students to fulfill their artistic needs. Tucked inside the intricate...

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Arts Alive caters to SDSU programs

Arts Alive caters to SDSU programs

by Alissa Kasawdish, Staff Writer // November 18, 2015

The good thing about art is that one doesn’t have to be an artist to be a part of something creative. Arts Alive San Diego State allows students all...

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Park puts improvisation skills to use

Park puts improvisation skills to use

by Kalah Siegel, Staff Writer // November 18, 2015

In the theatrical production of “Wizard of Oz,” stuffed animal Toto isn’t scripted to unceremoniously fall out of Dorothy’s basket. This was, however,...

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Students bond over appreciation for anime

Students bond over appreciation for anime

by Liliana Cervantes, Staff Writer // November 18, 2015

Whether it’s cosplaying as Goku from “Dragon Ball Z” or a member of the Survey Corps ready to defend humanity against giant Titans, some San Diego...

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SDSU tells stories of Italian migrants

SDSU tells stories of Italian migrants

by Lilly Glenister, Senior Staff Writer // November 18, 2015

Beginning in mid-November until fall 2016, San Diego State will host a photography exhibition in the Love Library that emphasizes aspects of the migrant...

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Alumna finds home in San Diego improv scene

Alumna finds home in San Diego improv scene

by Joe Gilmore, Staff Writer // November 18, 2015

For San Diego State graduate Jewell Karinen, improvisational theater not only gives her the opportunity to act on a regular basis but also a chance to...

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Student choreographs for a cause

Student choreographs for a cause

by Nicole Sazegar, Staff Writer // November 18, 2015

Dance junior Edrian Pangilinan only joined his middle school dance program to be in the same class as his girlfriend at the time. Although that relationship...

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Exhibit expands beyond paintings

Exhibit expands beyond paintings

by Nancy Kirk, Staff Writer // November 18, 2015

As people admired the selection of paintings at the opening reception of the art exhibit “Presence” last week, a less traditional form of art may have...

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