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Natalia Xibille

Natalia Xibille, Staff Writer

Natalia has always loved meeting new people and storytelling, which is what prompted her to pursue a career in public relations at San Diego State University. She has been writing for the news section of The Daily Aztec since fall of 2015. While working for the paper, she has developed a passion for writing and is committed to providing SDSU's student body, staff and faculty with compelling and accurate stories.

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KB Books closing its doors after 32 years in business

April 20, 2016

After 32 years, KB Books will close its doors for good. KB Books CEO and Founder Ken Appel is planning to close all his stores, including the SDSU store...

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Student organization disputes CFA's commitment to professors

Student organization disputes CFA’s commitment to professors

April 8, 2016

As the California Faculty Association has attempted to negotiate higher pay for faculty over the last two years, it has repeatedly stated that one of its...

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SDSU student and UA student to undertake cross country bike ride for charity

SDSU student and UA student to undertake cross country bike ride for charity

March 14, 2016

This summer, San Diego State political science senior Jordan Mishlove and University of Arizona global intercultural understanding senior Joe Previte will...

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A.S. President candidate Jamie Miller

A.S. President candidate Jamie Miller

March 7, 2016

Position: President Name: Jamie Miller Year: Junior Major: Business Why did you decide to run for A.S President? I decided to run for Associated Students...

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A.S. President candidate Ahmad Sanatyar

A.S. President candidate Ahmad Sanatyar

March 7, 2016

Position: President Name: Ahmad Sanatyar Year: First-year graduate student Major: Bachelor’s degree in sociology and criminal justice with a minor...

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Poetry slam national champ headlines event highlighting individual expression

Poetry slam national champ headlines event highlighting individual expression

February 29, 2016

The One SDSU Community held its first Poetry Slam Nooner on Thursday, Feb. 25 in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union courtyard with performances from...

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SDSU hosts Lessons from Abroad conference

SDSU hosts Lessons from Abroad conference

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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SDSU Children's Center encourages outdoor activity with a new classroom

SDSU Children’s Center encourages outdoor activity with a new classroom

February 23, 2016

The San Diego State University Children’s Center has a new addition to its facility: an outdoor classroom. In August 2015, the space known as “Memory...

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Stories from the SDSU street preachers

Stories from the SDSU street preachers

February 3, 2016

Many students see them while heading to class or stopping to grab something to eat. They stand with their Bible in hand, preaching the word of God as people...

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Campus buildings damaged by flooding

Campus buildings damaged by flooding

January 20, 2016

The El Niño rainstorms that pelted Southern California last week took a toll on San Diego State and several buildings were damaged by flooding. The...

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SDSU therapy dog helps students manage final exam stress

SDSU therapy dog helps students manage final exam stress

December 11, 2015

With finals starting, Associated Students and San Diego State’s Counseling and Psychological Services department are helping students manage stress and...

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SDSU gifts flag to France as symbol of solidarity

SDSU gifts flag to France as symbol of solidarity

December 2, 2015

San Diego State’s School of Art and Design presented a French flag with students’ signatures and condolences to a university in France on Tuesday as...

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December 2, 2015

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College Area clean-ups seek to appease community relations

College Area clean-ups seek to appease community relations

November 24, 2015

Nearly 200 students opted to wake up early and participate in the Good Neighbor clean-up event hosted by the Campus Community Commission on Sunday, Nov....

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Cultural center discusses privilege with students

Cultural center discusses privilege with students

November 23, 2015

The Center for Intercultural Relations hosted a discussion aimed at promoting self-awareness of privileges and to inspire unity within San Diego State’s...

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