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Theorizing how 'Game of Thrones' will end

Theorizing how ‘Game of Thrones’ will end

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // April 10, 2019

After waiting for almost two years, the much-anticipated final season of “Game of Thrones” will reveal who finally gets to reign from the iron throne....

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Songs of ice and fire come to Viejas Arena

Songs of ice and fire come to Viejas Arena

by Spencer White, Staff Writer // September 19, 2018

The "Game of Thrones" concert experience came to San Diego State last Tuesday, complete with a live orchestra, and was welcomed by a packed Viejas Arena....

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The Doctor will see you now

by Ahmad Dixon, Staff Writer // September 27, 2017

Premiering in November of 1963, “Doctor Who” is one of the longest running television shows in the history of the medium. First conceived as an...

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Aimee Holland at a rehearsal for upcoming play, Jesus Christ Superstar. Photo by Lilly Glenister.

Stage manager pursues passions

by Nicole Badgley, Staff Writer // November 16, 2016

Stage managers are some of the first roles to join the process of a play or musical.They are incorporated into auditions, castings, design meetings and...

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‘Blood at the Root’ examines racial injustice

by Cami Buckman, Senior Staff Writer // October 5, 2016

“Southern trees bear strange fruit, blood on the leaves and blood at the root.” A poem written in protest of lynching African-Americans was a catalyst...

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Best of the Best Film Fest returns to campus

by David Ayala, Contributor // September 14, 2016

Lights. Camera. Action. The Best of the Best Film Festival is quickly approaching as the San Diego State School of Theatre, Television, and Film prepares...

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New theatre professor looks to give back to students

New theatre professor looks to give back to students

by Sydney Olmstead, Staff Writer // September 12, 2016

San Diego State’s School of Theatre, Television and Film added a new member to its faculty and staff this year, assistant professor Charles Murdock Lucas. Lucas...

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SDSU history of prime-time television course bridges generations of media

SDSU history of prime-time television course bridges generations of media

by Julianna Ress, Contributor // February 29, 2016

Professor Stuart Voytilla had his eye on teaching the history of prime-time television for some time. Now he’s making the class his own. History of...

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Film student wins national honor

Film student wins national honor

by Alex Piscatelli, Contributor // September 14, 2015

Television, Film and New Media senior Ben Brahem Ziryab won the 2015 KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Award this semester. He received a $1,000...

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If Daryl dies, we riot

If Daryl dies, we riot

by Courtney Brown // March 2, 2014

The following contains spoilers Following of one of its most intense and dramatic finales, AMC’s “The Walking Dead” returns with a tragic plot...

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HBO’s ‘Girls’ divides a generation

by Jamie Ballard // February 19, 2014

Nearly every entertainment outlet and millennial-aimed site (looking at you, Thought Catalog) has published an article or two about the latest season of...

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San Diego's own in new season of 'SNL'

San Diego’s own in new season of ‘SNL’

by Ryo Miyauchi // October 14, 2013

Live from New York, the 39th season of “Saturday Night Live” premiered on Sept. 20, hosted by Tina Fey with musical guests Arcade Fire. This season...

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