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She only said goodbye with words: happy anniversary Back To Black

She only said goodbye with words: happy anniversary ‘Back To Black’

by Morgan Ray, Staff Writer // November 19, 2021

Fifteen years ago, pop divas came in only one flavor: bubblegum. They were bright, usually in some shade of pink, sweet but never too sticky. Amy Winehouse’s...

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Dear Jesy Nelson: your actions lost you a fan

Dear Jesy Nelson: your actions lost you a fan

by Cristina Lombardo, Assistant Arts & Culture Editor // October 27, 2021

I’ve been a fan of the British girl group Little Mix for a little over a decade.  Little Mix was formed in 2011 on the UK version of the “X-Factor.”...

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Radioheads Spectre was a masterpiece, 007 missed out

Radiohead’s ‘Spectre’ was a masterpiece, 007 missed out

by Morgan Ray, Staff Writer // October 20, 2021

It’s strange how world shattering epiphanies always happen late at night. It was around 11 o’clock on a Saturday night. Earlier that day, my dad...

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The Marching Aztecs: The Sounds and Sights of Aztec Sports

The Marching Aztecs: The Sounds and Sights of Aztec Sports

by Ivan Guzman, Staff Photographer // October 20, 2021

On Friday Oct. 8, The San Diego State Marching Aztecs rehearsed ahead SDSU vs University of New Mexico in Carson, California. The band is celebrating the...

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SDSU ‘Fight Song’ turns 85 this year

by Jayne Yutig, Assistant Multimedia Editor // October 19, 2021

The Marching Aztecs have returned to the field, just in time for the 85th anniversary of the San Diego State “Fight Song.” The classic song has...

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CANDLE$ performing at the Black Cat Bar in City Heights in front of a lively crowd of metal fans on Sept. 18.

Professors put the pedal to the metal

by Ryan Hardison, Arts & Culture Editor // September 23, 2021

Students may think their professors lead boring, clean-cut lives without much substance other than grading papers and giving long-winded lectures. However,...

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Seven songs to spice up your back-to-school playlist

by Madison Miles, Contributor // August 26, 2021

As we jump back into school in-person, we know you need some new jams to get yourself through the semester. Whether you’re dreading going back to school...

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Luke Hemmings performing with 5 Seconds of Summer at The Forum in Inglewood, California.

Luke Hemmings launches solo career with debut singles ‘Starting Line’ and ‘Motion’

by Cristina Lombardo, Assistant Arts & Culture Editor // July 30, 2021

For nearly a decade, Australian pop band 5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS) has given the world multiple chart-topping albums. Starting off as just four friends...

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El album La Niña de Lola Indigo nos muestra el verano chica caliente a través su música

El nuevo álbum de Lola Indigo “La Niña” nos da las vibras perfectas para el verano

by Trinity Bland, Managing Editor // July 18, 2021

Es el mundo de Lola Indigo y todos vivimos en ello.  El 2 de julio, la artista española Lola Indigo lanzó su segundo álbum, “La Niña” que invita...

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Willow Smiths music is underrated and deserves more attention

Willow Smith’s music is underrated and deserves more attention

by Aaliyah Alexander, Opinion Editor // June 30, 2021

"I understand that her music isn’t going to be everyone’s cup of tea but can’t that be said for every artist out there? Olivia Rodrigo’s music...

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A screenshot of J.Balvins new documentary, The Boy From Medellín.

Review: J Balvin’s ‘The Boy from Medellin’ documentary explores his rise to music prominence

by Ryan Hardison, Senior Staff Writer // May 5, 2021

There are more than a handful of monotonous music documentaries. “The Boy From Medellín” is not one of them.   With a protagonist that has doubts...

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Why you should care about sampling

Why you should care about sampling

by Ryan Hardison, Senior Staff Writer // May 4, 2021

Without knowing it, millions of listeners have been exposed time and time again to the ear-catching strings of “Tere Mere Beech Mein,” a Hindi love...

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