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Montage on College opened to students last semester.

Montage on College apartments provide accommodating option for off-campus living

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer // March 6, 2019

Montage on College was a new addition to the College Area’s housing stock last semester. It was built last year and opened to students this past fall...

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Three groups seek to grow SDSU's a cappella community

Three groups seek to grow SDSU’s a cappella community

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer // February 6, 2019

A cappella performers make up a subculture at San Diego State represented by three groups of students, which came together for a mixer at Hepner Hall on...

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ASUB holds Block Party to welcome students

ASUB holds Block Party to welcome students

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer // September 5, 2018

The Aztec Students Union Board brought the party to campus Wednesday, Aug. 29. Grass replaced the cement plaza in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union...

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These SDSU graduation photos are a mess

April 27, 2018

San Diego State students take graduation photos with glitter and champagne creating potentially dangerous and environmentally harmful messes.

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David Picariello, Francesca Morabito, Mario Roberge-Reyes, Megan Mackenzie and Alana Cooper speak at the Speak About It event on April 10 in Montezuma Hall.

Take Back the Night brings awareness to campus

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer // April 11, 2018

Sexual violence and assault awareness has had an increase in visibility due to movements like #MeToo. These movements tie into San Diego State’s fourth...

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Chase Schlein and Victor Karagiozov relax in their living room.

Transitioning from dorm to apartment living isn’t so bad

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer // March 7, 2018

Transitions can be rough. It’s like going from a cute kid to an awkward teen, or jumping from a hot tub to a freezing pool. There are so many other...

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Exploring San Diego: A guide to the best hiking and adventure spots for newbies

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer // February 28, 2018

Hiking doesn’t have to be difficult in San Diego. At first glance, there doesn’t seem to be many spots, but after closer inspection, there are a ton...

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A skateboarder rides on a footbridge where it is not allowed.

Letter: Skateboarders deserve worse than tickets

February 10, 2018
When I see one of them speed down a hill around a blind corner and eat it and crash, or run into someone, or hit a rock or crash into my state vehicle, it actually brings a smile to my face.
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Opinion: Haters hate; Skaters skate

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer // February 7, 2018

Attention all skaters: San Diego State police are cracking down on skating by handing out tickets left and right. At the beginning of every new semester,...

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The fish taco is one of the most popular items on El Valdeor Seafood's menu.

REVIEW: El Valedor Seafood stand out in sea of food trucks

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer // December 7, 2017

In a vast sea of food trucks, El Valedor Seafood stands out in the College Area. The menu has a variety of seafood dishes that include fish tacos,...

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Surfing finds its wave at state

Surfing finds its wave at state

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer // November 16, 2017

San Diego has a large surfing community and industry that thrives off the big waves and beautiful beaches. San Diego State is incorporating this key aspect...

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Located in the SDSU University Gallery, art displayed in the Wiggle Room exhibit showcases the work of graduate students.

Wiggle Room exhibit displays graduate art

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer // October 4, 2017

San Diego State School of Art and Design graduate students have “wiggled” their way into the Wiggle Room. The annual art exhibition showcases the...

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