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Menorah vandalized at Chabad House

Menorah vandalized at Chabad House

by Adriana Millar, Senior Staff Writer // October 28, 2015

Two unknown suspects broke a 12-foot-tall menorah in front of the Chabad House on Montezuma Road around midnight on Oct. 22. One student who lives in...

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[VIDEO] Adobe Falls Off Limits

by Wesley Beights , Video Editor // October 14, 2014

Video Editor Wesley Beights spoke to new San Diego State Community Resource Officer Mark Peterson about how and why Adobe Falls became off-limits. Read...

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Surreal art

Local surrealist painter takes art to a new dimension

by Sarah Tanori, Staff Writer // September 26, 2014

A handyman by day and psychedelic painter by night, San Diego surrealism artist Eddy Berducido is perhaps the reincarnation of the great Salvador Dali....

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Embrace on-campus street art

Embrace on-campus street art

by Kelly Gardner // February 3, 2014

In the land of the free and home of the brave, we take pride in our ability to express ourselves. We see self-expression in all different forms, whether...

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New technology catches vandals

by Ana Ceballos // March 14, 2012

During the past few weeks, five juveniles were charged for $25,000 in damages relating to 277 individual tagging crimes covering 3,580 square feet...

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