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Students create Project Lunchbox to help Syrian refugees

by Kelly Kerrigan, Staff Writer

December 9, 2016

Filed under Arts & Culture, Arts & Lifestyle

Since the civil war broken out in Syria in 2011, 11 million refugees have fled to other countries such as Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon and Egypt living in poor conditions and without shelter. The refugees are often deprived of th...

The stages of Thanksgiving break

by Thalia Bernal, Contributor

November 22, 2016

Filed under Arts & Culture, Arts & Lifestyle

Oh Thanksgiving, the time for turkey and great company. If you're a student like me, you are most likely spending the days leading up to this holiday trying to figure out if anything is due before your mind completely checks...

A turkey-hater’s Thanksgiving struggle

by Cami Buckman, Staff Writer

November 23, 2015

Filed under The Back Page

'Tis the season for family feasting and overeating. While we all prepare to stretch our stomachs for many activities that Thanksgiving entails, I can’t help but loathe the pilgrims and their choice of food. To the pilgrims...

SDSU from the perspective of a Turkish student

by Jimmy Janszen, Staff Columnist

October 21, 2015

Filed under Arts & Lifestyle

San Diego State is an incredibly diverse campus. The school was even ranked No. 18 in the nation for campus diversity, according to U.S. News & World Report.  With students from so many different backgrounds at SDSU, it’s...

Aztecs abroad in Istanbul

Aztecs abroad in Istanbul

September 16, 2015