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Boiling mud is one of several instances of geothermal activity at Námafjall in Iceland.

Lessons learned from traveling the world

by Lauren J. Mapp, Staff Writer // October 10, 2018

At a 2013 conference in Cliza, Bolivia, I sat drinking chica (a fermented corn beverage), snacked on corn and had a conversation with someone in multiple...

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Studying in Paris after terrorist attacks

Studying in Paris after terrorist attacks

by Adriana Millar, Senior Staff Writer // October 12, 2016

Although France remains in a state of emergency following a series of major terrorist attacks in the past year, 27 San Diego State students are currently...

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Letter: Study abroad programs should be optional, not mandatory

January 27, 2016

I am an American student, originally from Iraq. I was born and raised in Baghdad, Iraq until my family and I escaped to Syria, hoping that this would...

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Aztecs narrowly miss Paris attacks, decide to stay in France

Aztecs narrowly miss Paris attacks, decide to stay in France

by Torrey Bailey, Assistant News Editor // December 2, 2015

Despite the attacks in Paris that killed more than 130 people on Friday, Nov. 13, San Diego State students in France have opted to finish the remainder...

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SDSU gifts flag to France as symbol of solidarity

SDSU gifts flag to France as symbol of solidarity

by Natalia Xibille, Contributor // December 2, 2015

San Diego State’s School of Art and Design presented a French flag with students’ signatures and condolences to a university in France on Tuesday as...

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Aztecs in France reported safe after Paris attacks

Aztecs in France reported safe after Paris attacks

by Quinn Owen, News Editor // November 16, 2015

San Diego State has confirmed all 34 student studying abroad in France are alive and uninjured after a devastating terror attack in Paris. Eight of...

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Notebook: SDSU pass rush leads the way against Wyoming

Notebook: SDSU pass rush leads the way against Wyoming

by Patrick Carr, Sports Editor // November 14, 2015

It seemed like every time University of Wyoming senior quarterback Cameron Coffman dropped back on third down, he had to pick himself up off the ground...

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Paris and Bangkok offer an entrepreneurial study abroad experience

Paris and Bangkok offer an entrepreneurial study abroad experience

by Conor Nordberg, Staff Writer // February 27, 2015

San Diego State has long had a penchant for great study abroad programs, having been rated in the top 25 universities nationwide by the Institute of International...

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