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The Harlem Renaissance is worth remembering

The Harlem Renaissance is worth remembering

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // March 10, 2021

While most are well aware of the European Renaissance and some of its prominent participants such as William Shakespeare and Michelangelo, it is rare for...

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Margot Robbie’s production company has a new message for Hollywood

Margot Robbie’s production company has a new message for Hollywood

by Grace Brady, Staff Writer // February 24, 2021

LuckyChap Entertainment is a production company coined as ‘the most exciting company’ in Hollywood.  LuckyChap was founded in 2014 by Margot Robbie,...

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The history of Black female poets is brief and incomplete

The history of Black female poets is brief and incomplete

by Riley Martinez, Contributor // February 24, 2021

It is well known that art forms the heart of America. Whether through movies, music or written media, art is often what binds us together during those...

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LA comedian Simon Gibson performed in the Aztec Student Union on October 16.

Students laugh away the midterm stress at campus comedy night

by Sofia Longo, Contributor // October 17, 2019

The Aztec Union Student Board hosted its first stand up Comedy Night of the year on Oct. 16 in the student union. Comedian Hannah Einbinder from Los...

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Ice cream from Villa Manila, a popular Filipino food destination in Chula Vista.

San Diego serves up multicultural food

by Devin Whatley, Staff Writer // August 14, 2019

With a new school year coming, visitors have a chance to explore what makes the San Diego culinary scene unique. The city features no lack of multicultural...

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Lizzo dropped a new album and will be performing at San Diego State on Thursday, Oct. 24. at the Cal Coast Open Air Theater.

Upcoming semester chock full of concerts

by Kelly Kerrigan, Senior Staff Writer // August 14, 2019

This past summer was not short of new things, like animal prints, colorful makeup, “Euphoria” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” But, most importantly...

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Photo courtesy of @DarlaKAnderson on Twitter.

SDSU alumnus signs multi-year contract with Netflix

by Daniel Guerrero, Staff Writer // March 13, 2019

Golden Globe and Academy Awarding winning San Diego State alumna Darla Anderson has signed a multi-year deal contract with Netflix where she will work...

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Downtown Gallery goes ‘All Natural’

by Danny Dyer , Staff Writer // April 26, 2017

The San Diego State Downtown Gallery ushered in one of its most ambitious art exhibits to date on Thursday, April 20. “All Natural” is a poignant...

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Trump budget proposal an assault on arts and culture

by Sydney Sweeney, Senior Staff Columnist // March 22, 2017

Donald Trump thinks arts and culture are trivial. At least that is what he is communicating to Americans. Last week his administration released a partial...

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Welcoming the dark arts program

by Ahmad Dixon, Staff Writer // November 30, 2016

Not a lot of people know that San Diego State has one of the best dark arts programs in the California State University system. 'Editor’s Note: San...

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Local arts showcase kicks off its first stop in San Diego

Local arts showcase kicks off its first stop in San Diego

by Lilly Glenister, Senior Staff Writer // January 20, 2016

The San Diego chapter of the Los Angeles-based art organization RAW: Natural Born Artists is kicking off the new year with its showcase Futures at 6 p.m....

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VIDEO: What is art?

by Cami Buckman and Emely Navarro // November 18, 2015

The Daily Aztec's first annual arts special issue hits newsstands today, Nov. 18. We asked our fellow Aztecs what art means to them.  

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