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SoulMUCH combats food waste, one cookie at a time

SoulMUCH combats food waste, one cookie at a time

April 11, 2018

After incessant nights of watching the True Food Kitchen staff throw out bins of untouched brown rice and quinoa, food science and nutrition senior Reyanne...

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Thulani Kachingwe performs at the Aztec Dance Marathon in February 2018.

Student producer discusses his music and career aspirations

April 3, 2018

“Get involved” is a statement students constantly hear upon starting college, and the words have become a broken record for many. Interdisciplinary...

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Yosimar Reyes spoke to students on March 14 about his art and his activism in the undocumented community.

UndocuQueer artists tackle media representation and empowerment

March 21, 2018

This semester, the Latin American Studies Student Association and the Center for Latin American Studies curated a four-part series titled “Undocu Series.”...

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The crowd at a prior Greenfest. File photo.

GreenFest sustains the campus community with a week of events

February 21, 2018

GreenFest, presented by San Diego State's Associated Students and SDSU's Enviro-Business Society, kicks off another year of its GreenFest Week, Feb. 25-Mar....

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SDSU Flowers displays Valentines Day products.

Celebrating Valentine’s Day for every budget

February 14, 2018

Cupid is making their way down to the sunny city on Wednesday. In honor of the day of love, here are a few things to do in San Diego for every budget: These...

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Members of Vetusta Morla pose in a group photo.

ALBUM REVIEW: Alt-rock Spanish band brings energy and heart in its newest album

January 29, 2018

Composed with a melody of percussion, strings and vocals, Vetusta Morla’s fourth studio album, “Mismo Sitio, Distinto Lugar,” evokes unique Spanish...

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A kiosk in Chicano Park, Barrio Logan after danzantes performed and left offerings.

Barrio Logan residents were right to fight attempted gentrification

November 29, 2017

In early October, Jenny Niezgoda, a white travel blogger better known as The Barefoot Bohemian on Instagram, released a Kickstarter and video stating her...

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Large crowds gathered during the Low End Theory DJ set at Tropicália Music and Taco Festival on Nov. 11.

Music enthusiasts indulge in tacos and tunes at Tropicália festival

November 15, 2017

Music festival season was thought to be over, but Long Beach thought differently. On Nov. 11, the waterfront city held Tropicália Music and Taco Festival...

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The Estamos Aquí art exhibition located in the School of Art and Designs downtown San Diego gallery showcases the U.S. and Mexico transborder experience.

‘Estamos Aquí’ art gallery shares U.S. and Mexico border experiences

October 20, 2017

The San Diego State School of Art and Design offers four galleries for students and faculty to share their art with the public and the SDSU community. The...

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The Por Vida storefront, located on Logan Ave., features graffiti style art.

Por Vida serves cultura and café in Barrio Logan

October 1, 2017

San Diego is home to a slew of Instagram-worthy coffee shops. From walls of succulents to rainbow lattes, there is something for every trend seeker and...

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New anthology “Chicana Tributes: Stories for the New Generation,” is displayed outside of an organized panel discussion in Love Library.

New SDSU published anthology pays tribute to local Chicana activists

September 18, 2017

Students, children, staff, faculty, community members and activists of all ages gathered on the fourth floor of Love Library to attend the San Diego State...

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Coaching Corps members table at the University of California Berkeley for a team captain retreat last year.

Coaching Corps trains through athletics and inspiration

September 13, 2017

A year ago, marketing freshman Zara Wehrung encountered a flyer posted in her residence hall inviting students to join an organization —Coaching Corps—...

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