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Visit these must-see spots before graduation

by Miranda Adler // February 20, 2011

Graduation is quickly approaching. Whether that fact evokes feelings of excitement, relief or impending doom varies among individuals. San Diego...

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Dive into SD’s plentiful coves and kelp beds

by Kristen MacBride // February 20, 2011

Exploration has been the defining characteristic of human history. Boundaries have been pushed and new places discovered. The mountains and valleys...

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Explore Catalina Island’s rich coast

by Kristen MacBride // February 7, 2011

Catalina Island is a destination where visitors choose the experience. The island offers countless activities that appeal to vacationers of all ages...

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Find affordable lodging when skiing

by Sydnee Brooker // February 7, 2011

It’s that time of year when people hit the slopes more often than the beach. However, seasonal changes come with a price. On top of gas, the cost...

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Take a safari through the famous SD Zoo

by Michael Misselwitz // February 3, 2011

Last week, a hippo was born in San Diego. The newborn of San Diego’s beloved hippo Funani is the latest addition to the family of more than 4,000...

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Delve into Balboa for Museum Month

by Miranda Adler // February 1, 2011

San Diego is home to the largest urban cultural park in the nation. Rich and available to the aesthetic and historical interests of all, Balboa...

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The exciting history of SD’s oldest park

by Emma Secker // January 31, 2011

San Diego’s Balboa Park got its name in 1910,  replacing its original title, “City Park.” The comparatively bland name was swapped as an homage...

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Embrace the cultural beat at Balboa Park

by Sydnee Brooker // January 30, 2011

Heading north on Park Boulevard just past Inspiration Point, visitors will come to an establishment that honorably supports Balboa Park’s reputation...

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‘Hanging’ with the skies above San Diego

by Rachel Verbits // January 24, 2011

It’s no secret there are countless ways to explore America’s Finest City. Hiking by land, boating by sea and even exploring by air. The concept...

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New networking site is just for students

by Staff // December 6, 2010

By Amy DeVito, Staff Writer San Diego State students are finding new ways to connect online with the local college community. Breaking into the...

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Poor regions of China learn English

by Staff // December 5, 2010

By Ana Ceballos, Staff Writer It has been approximately five years since San Diego State began taking part in the Summer Service Learning Program...

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NEIGHBORHOODS: Holiday parade lights up San Diego harbor

by Staff // December 5, 2010

As the seasonal celebrations near, the Parade of Lights gets the party started By Rachel Verbits, Staff Writer There's no better way to welcome...

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