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SDSU Pep Band Director helps coordinate Super Bowl Halftime Show

March 3, 2021

Music has always been a part of Bryan Ransom’s life. When he was in high school, he had a really good band director and thought he could see himself...

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Ariana Grande, Aminé, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny and The Strokes are the artists that round out our picks for part two of 2020s Albums of The Year.

DA Staff Picks: The Best Albums of 2020, Part Two

December 22, 2020

As the year comes closer to an end, here is the second installment of the DA Staff picks for best albums of 2020. Check out Part One. Ariana Grande –...

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Hearing Double: Taylor Swift drops second surprise album of 2020 with folklore sister album evermore

Hearing Double: Taylor Swift drops second surprise album of 2020 with “folklore” sister album “evermore”

December 21, 2020

In the early morning hours of Dec. 10, Taylor Swift hinted that something was coming by posting nine photos on Instagram to create one whole image. What...

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

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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Review: Taylor Swift explores emotions and relationships in folklore

Review: Taylor Swift explores emotions and relationships in “folklore”

July 31, 2020

On July 23, Taylor Swift released her eighth studio album, “folklore,” in a surprise announcement on social media.  Many artists have dropped surprise...

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While at home, remember increased screen time can have negative side effects

While at home, remember increased screen time can have negative side effects

April 26, 2020

Due to the coronavirus, many people have had to change their homes into spaces for learning and working. One of the downsides of this shift is the negative...

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Myles Watkins dropped his album “Soul - Fi (aka 30 Minutes of Quality Tunes) after graduating from SDSU.

Alumnus releases a lo-fi album, book podcast

March 20, 2020

With a love for lo-fi and a dream, graduate student Myles Watkins, also known as Myles the Squire, recently dropped his first full-length album “Soul...

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This is an old picture of the school where SDSUs campus is now.

Campus Laboratory School demolished for SDSU campus

February 26, 2020

What makes an elementary school unique?  The teachers? The classrooms? The location? For the Campus Laboratory School, all of these elements made...

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Must watch RomComs without the endless scrolling through Netflix

February 12, 2020

Nowadays, there are so many types of romantic comedies to choose from, often resulting in endless scrolling on Netflix and Hulu trying to pick the right...

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