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Discovering mi familia and myself in Guatemala

Discovering mi familia and myself in Guatemala

by Jocelyn Moran, Mundo Azteca Editor // February 21, 2018

As the sun set, we looked out to the lake, engulfed on the horizon by three volcanoes. We had arrived at a restaurant, anxious to finally eat after a three-hour...

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Monsieur Jean-Michel smiles at his lemonade stand at the La Jolla farmer’s market Dec. 10.

Lemonade, olive oil and flowers: a guide

by Chesiree Katter, Staff Writer // December 13, 2017

Over the summer I got a job at a bakery and cafe, selling bread and working as a barista. The bakery has been around since 1988, from the days when a good...

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Studying abroad is a necessary college experience for all

by Talia Raoufpur, Senior Staff Writer // September 3, 2017

A regret many adults have following their college education may be not having spent time abroad. Whether it be studying, interning or working in another...

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Study abroad requirement creates hardships for students

by Cassidy McCombs, Staff Columnist // April 26, 2017

Studying abroad is the new black. What used to be a program required for international majors has now become a stereotypical experience for most college...

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Aztecs travel the world over winter break

Aztecs travel the world over winter break

by Jamie Ballard, Managing Editor // January 18, 2017

As many college graduates can attest to, having a long winter break is a luxury that ceases to exist in “the real world.” Several SDSU students took...

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SDSU student has experience of a lifetime at 2016 Summer Olympics

SDSU student has ‘experience of a lifetime’ at 2016 Summer Olympics

by Julianna Ress, Staff Writer // August 29, 2016

College is often considered a time for growth, learning to be responsible and figuring out what people want to do for the rest of their lives. But it can...

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Don’t hesitate, just travel abroad and study

by Cassandra Kaawaloa, Contributor // April 6, 2016

One of the many opportunities San Diego State offers its students is the chance to study abroad. SDSU is nationally ranked 15th in the number of students...

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SDSU hosts Lessons from Abroad conference

SDSU hosts Lessons from Abroad conference

by Natalia Xibille, Staff Writer // February 24, 2016

More than 100 students from across Southern California attended the Lessons From Abroad conference on Sunday, Feb. 21 at San Diego State. The Lessons...

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Mountain trail running in the North Cascades

SDSU alumnus runs online sports network that connects travelers across the world

by Alissa Kasawdish, Staff Writer // February 11, 2016

Living in San Diego makes it easy and enjoyable to be active and spend the day outdoors. Sports particularly are a great way to do so and bring people...

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Students abroad witness Syrian refugee crisis first-hand

Students abroad witness Syrian refugee crisis first-hand

by Jamie Ballard, Staff Writer // December 2, 2015

A young girl in a dirty, pink sweater walks up to a young couple, her hands cupped and her big brown eyes already teary. The couple avoids looking at her,...

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Programs make studying abroad a priority

Programs make studying abroad a priority

by Marissa Ochoa, Staff Writer // October 21, 2015

Studying abroad is an enriching component from which all students can benefit. However, contrary to popular belief, it isn’t a vacation. It’s an opportunity...

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Longer study abroad opportunities heighten cultural understanding

Longer study abroad opportunities heighten cultural understanding

by Maddy Perello, Staff Columnist // October 21, 2015

San Diego State’s Study Abroad Office is “committed to building a global learning community … (and) preparing students for an increasingly globally...

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