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Grammy-winning musician Bill Yeager leads SDSU jazz studies through experience

Grammy-winning musician Bill Yeager leads SDSU jazz studies through experience

by Angelica Wallingford, Staff Writer // October 24, 2018

The generic phrase “be prepared for anything” is often met with a sigh and eye roll from those who hear it. In the case of San Diego State’s Director...

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New Spider-Man video game impresses

New Spider-Man video game impresses

by Angelica Wallingford, Staff Writer // September 26, 2018

Coming off the massive hits at the box office, the folks at Marvel decided to dust off the controller and team up with Insomniac Games and Sony PlayStation...

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Seth Mallios surveys old movie set sites from the 1920s and 30s at Buttercup Dunes in Imperial County, CA.

Students dig archaeology professor

by Angelica Wallingford, Staff Writer // April 25, 2018

It began as a childhood experience cracking open shale on the side of a mountain in Monterey that started a lifelong love affair with history. “I...

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 D.J. Hopkins will be stepping down as the director of the School of Theatre, Television and Film.

Schools in PSFA announce new directors

by Angelica Wallingford, Staff Writer // April 2, 2018

Two schools in the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts will have new directors for the fall 2018 semester. Charles Friedrichs and J.D. Hopkins,...

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One character in Detroit: Become Human lays down the dead body of a character he just killed.

Why are new video games still being scrutinized for violence while other mediums aren’t?

by Angelica Wallingford, Staff Writer // January 17, 2018

Quantic Dream, a gaming developer responsible for hits such as “Heavy Rain” and “Beyond: Two Souls,” released a trailer for its game “Detroit:...

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The players custom character blasts through the Park Avenue level of Sonic Forces.

GAMING REVIEW: ‘Sonic Forces’ brings a new twist to an old classic

by Angelica Wallingford, Staff Writer // November 28, 2017

Following the events of the 16-bit masterpiece “Sonic Mania,” SEGA and Sonic Team have bounced back from a slew of epic 3D failures with “Sonic Forces,”...

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