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Seth Mallios surveys old movie set sites from the 1920s and '30s at Buttercup Dunes in Imperial County, CA.

Students dig archaeology professor

by Angelica Wallingford, Staff Writer // April 25, 2018

It began as a childhood experience cracking open shale on the side of a mountain in Monterey that started a lifelong love affair with history. “I...

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Seth Mallios conmemora los 120 años de SDSU a través de plática

Seth Mallios conmemora los 120 años de SDSU a través de plática

by Elizabeth Barboza, Escritora // November 15, 2017

Frente a un público de estudiantes, graduados y profesores, el profesor de antropología Seth Mallios se presentó el 9 de noviembre para conmemorar los...

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SDSU celebrates 120 years of history with author and anthropologist Seth Mallios

SDSU celebrates 120 years of history with author and anthropologist Seth Mallios

by Diana Guevarra, Staff Writer // November 13, 2017

As part of SDSU’s 120th anniversary celebration, anthropologist and author of “Hail Montezuma!: The Hidden Treasures of San Diego State,” Seth Mallios...

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SDSU unveils historic rock 'n' roll mural

SDSU unveils historic rock ‘n’ roll mural

by Kelly Hillock, Editor in Chief // November 5, 2015

San Diego State unveiled the restoration of a campus rock n' roll mural in the Love Library on Thursday, Oct. 29. The mural was originally at the old...

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Anthropology Department Chair Seth Mallios

Q&A with Anthropology Department Chair Seth Mallios

by Kelly Hillock // March 7, 2014

The Aztec Center was the original campus living room, fortifying the legacy of our community-oriented campus. Approved for funding in 1963, it opened its...

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