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Lorena Lazard showcased a piece by Mexican artist Aline Berdichevsky called

School of Art and Design hosts guest lecture series about amplifying solidarity

by Brandon Balayan, Staff Writer // February 25, 2021

As a child, jewelry artist Lorena Lazard enjoyed playing in the mud, and found great pleasure in manipulating the pliable earth to create whatever she...

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Club Corner: National Pan Hellenic Council SDSU Chapter

by David Ahumada, Staff Writer // February 25, 2021

Greek life is one of the many reasons that students choose to attend San Diego State. However, with current pandemic restrictions and no return to campus...

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Aztec Dance Marathon raises money for local children’s hospitals. This photo was taken prior to 2020.

Dance Marathon continues helping out kids in need despite pandemic

by Isabel Smith, Staff Writer // February 25, 2021

Last February, hundreds of San Diego State students danced the night away at the SDSU Dance Marathon with the goal of raising money for patients and families...

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Local artists use San Diego as inspiration for latest music video

by Jacob Sullivan, Contributor // February 25, 2021

Mission Beach, San Diego, a neighborhood famed for its bustling tourist sector, picturesque beaches and vibrant eatery options is synonymous with San Diego...

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Former NFL player speaks about community at Black Resource Center virtual event

by Bradley Gonzales, Staff Writer // February 25, 2021

 The modern professional athlete and spending money are synonymous. It was revealed in an article by CNBC that 78% of former NFL players face bankruptcy...

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Despite most classes being virtual because of COVID-19, campus custodians still have to continue the cleanup.

Despite COVID-19, campus custodians still continue the cleanup

by Ryan Hardison, Senior Staff Writer // February 24, 2021

As a student who lived on San Diego State’s campus for the bulk of two years, and attended class in a majority of buildings on campus, I’ll admit that...

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Here is a screenshot of Luis Lopez's poster for his film

SDSU Alum’s short film makes it to Sundance Film Festival

by Aleah Jarin, Senior Staff Writer // February 24, 2021

San Diego State alum Luis Lopez, who graduated with a film production degree in fall 2019, debuted his short film documentary, “Dear Philadelphia,”...

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Kvantaliani created her own company called Sublyme.

Sublyme art company created by interior design student

by Natalie Wilson, Contributor // November 21, 2019

  “Thank you for the tragedy. I needed it for my art,” Kurt Cobain said.  Interior design junior Lile Kvantaliani said this quote resonates...

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The instructor gave tips on how to paint the example.

Paint paired with drinks makes for a sipping time

by Callista Hensen, Staff Writer // November 20, 2019

San Diego State University’s Associated Students hosted its bi-annual Sip and Paint event Wednesday night, Nov. 13, for students to immerse themselves...

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Nick Mora draws, paints and photographs art in different ways.

Student artist uses a darker outlook when creating diverse artworks

by Sofia Longo, Contributor // November 20, 2019

Film fifth-year Nick Mora is an artist with many talents. Deeply invested in painting, drawing, and photography, Mora shows a more darker take at life...

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The journey of an SDSU art student

The journey of an SDSU art student

by Nicole Menges and Christine Whitman // November 18, 2015

Art starts here The visual and performing arts learning community on campus is not just a residence hall but a safe haven for student artists to express...

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Art classes give students space to express

Art classes give students space to express

by Cami Buckman, Staff Writer // November 18, 2015

San Diego State offers a handful of unique courses among its variety of classes for students to fulfill their artistic needs. Tucked inside the intricate...

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