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The Sony Playstation 5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X both provide options that students can't go wrong with getting.

Battle of the Consoles: PS5 vs XBOX Series X

by Jason Freund, Staff Writer // November 23, 2020

Let the console wars begin – again. Seven years after the release of the PS4 and Xbox One, Sony and Microsoft announced their next generation of video...

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Review: Chromeo’s Quarantine Casanova echoes feelings of love and hope during pandemic

by Kayla Brown, Staff Writer // November 23, 2020

With life moving from in-person interactions to online platforms because of COVID-19, the dating scene has looked quite different since last March. For...

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Ramm’s artistic style is heavily influenced by the Renaissance and Rococo movement.

Student artists endure creating from the comfort of their own home

by Maya Rodriguez, Staff Writer // November 22, 2020

COVID-19 has affected the lives of students in many ways, and some are student artists.  Tyler Young is a fourth-year Applied Design Major with an...

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Turning Point USA at SDSU, a student political organization on campus, agrees that polarization has been prominent in politics, especially following the 2020 election.

With the 2020 election over, SDSU Democrats, Republicans and political scientists see polarization rising

by Brandon Balayan, Staff Writer // November 22, 2020

If one were to observe Newton’s cradle, they may notice the outer spheres are creating the continual momentum, and the ones in the middle remain still....

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Maple Coffee Smoothie.

The Bite: New Vegan-Friendly food to ring in the fall season

by Aaliyah Alexander, Staff Writer // November 12, 2020

Fall is the time for cool weather, colorful leaves, cozy sweaters, lifetime movies, and most importantly, delicious food. To honor this special season,...

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Quick Take: Music to Ease Your Mind During Exams

by Ryan Hardison, Senior Staff Writer // November 12, 2020

Midterm season is upon us, and though many students have already braved through the storm of exams, essays and Zoom lectures, there’s a lot of work left...

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Celebrities flex their influencer power by urging people to vote, endorsing candidates

by Kirstie Burgess, Staff Writer // November 3, 2020

As the 2020 Election comes to a close, celebrities throughout America are encouraging their fans to vote as well as endorsing candidates.  There is...

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Lebron James’ ‘More Than A Vote’ organization seeks to mobilize, empower Black voters in 2020

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // November 3, 2020

More Than a Vote, a voting rights organization led by NBA star LeBron James, recruited over 10,000 volunteer poll workers, achieving a pivotal milestone...

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Both the Biden and Trump campaigns have ubiquitous branding that will outlive this year's presidential race.

Candidates show their true colors with political yard signs

by Devin Whatley and Emily Forschen // November 3, 2020

The weather was picturesque on Oct. 28 in Coronado, a reminder that in many ways, the earth is oblivious to the constant chatter of election season amidst...

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F*** Fast Fashion is urging students to rent or thrift a costume for Halloween this year.

Club Corner: F*** Fast Fashion promotes thrifted costume challenge for Halloween

by David Ahumada, Contributor // October 30, 2020

Halloween night is rapidly approaching, the F*** Fast Fashion club urges students to thrift or reuse a costume before buying another one.  “We buy...

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A screenshot of the SDSU Native Resource Center's Community Check-In event. It was held virtually via Zoom for the first time ever on Oct. 13.

Native Resource Center hosts Community Check-In as part of “Week of Action”

by Flower Smith, Staff Writer // October 26, 2020

In celebration of Indigenous People's Day, San Diego State's Native Resource Center held a Community Check-In on Oct. 13 via Zoom as part of their Indigenous...

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Review: Do-It-Yourself Starbucks Drinks with a vegan twist

by Aaliyah Alexander, Staff Writer // October 26, 2020

It’s that time of year where the leaves start changing, the air starts cooling and the distinct feeling of fall is around us. With the arrival of this...

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