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Celebran 15 años del festival Enero Zapatista lleno de cultura, música

Celebran 15 años del festival Enero Zapatista lleno de cultura, música

by Alejandra Luna, Editora de Mundo Azteca // January 30, 2019

La comunidad de San Diego celebró los 15 años del festival anual Enero Zapatista en el Centro Cultural de la Raza con vendimias, música en vivo, bailes...

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Historical sites to visit in San Diego

Historical sites to visit in San Diego

by Lauren J. Mapp, Staff Writer // August 15, 2018

Tourists often think to surf at the beaches, enjoy the Gaslamp nightlife scene, check out Comic-Con, and learn about wildlife at the zoo during a vacation...

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Protesters march from Balboa Park to Horton Plaza as part of a

‘Rally Against Hate’ marches through San Diego

by Gustavo Cristobal, Contributor // August 30, 2017

Several hundred protesters, including San Diego State professors and students, marched from Balboa Park to downtown San Diego as part of a “Rally Against...

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Comic books were  a popular form of zine at this year's festival.

Zine Fest encourages self-expression

by Nicole Badgley , Contributor // October 5, 2016

Music was blaring from Centro Cultural de la Raza in Balboa Park Oct. 1. Inside, over 50 individual booths displayed an array of creative works, each...

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San Diego adventures bond freshmen new to city

San Diego adventures bond freshmen new to city

by Alek Sanchez, Staff Writer // April 6, 2016

Moving out of the house for the first time is one of the first life-changing moments college brings. Some Aztecs travel far to come to school in San Diego....

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Balboa Park art show astounds locals

Balboa Park art show astounds locals

by Nicole Sazegar, Staff Writer // November 11, 2015

For four days from Nov. 5-8, the Balboa Activity Center transformed into the contemporary art show, Art San Diego. Held once a year in Balboa Park, the...

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SDSU student organization hosts event to fight childhood obesity

SDSU student organization hosts event to fight childhood obesity

by Alissa Kasawdish, Staff Writer // October 23, 2015

It's easy to neglect a gym membership and a healthy diet as a busy college student, but the Student Nutrition Organization at San Diego State can help...

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San Diego spots offer adventure

San Diego spots offer adventure

by Kalah Siegel, Staff Writer // August 19, 2015

Welcome (or welcome back) to America’s finest city – San Diego. Incoming freshmen or returning “in-the-know” upperclassmen, there are a few San...

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Balboa museum hosts emotionally moving multimedia exhibit

Balboa museum hosts emotionally moving multimedia exhibit

by Sarah Tanori, Senior Staff Writer // May 4, 2015

Walking into the Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park, there is a video mosaic taking up 46 feet of its back wall with hundreds of people talking....

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Entertainment Editor’s Weekend Picks

by Nick Knott, Entertainment Editor // April 15, 2015

The semester's end is looming, it's something no Aztec can deny. As the struggles of studying, writing papers, crashing the library's 24/7 section and...

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Courtesy of Jim Cox

See the ‘Grinch’ at The Globe

December 8, 2014

The Grinch is back at The Old Globe in Balboa Park. Directed by James Vásquez, the show is running for its 17th year on the Donald and Darlene Shiley...

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Classic animal friends visit SDSU

Classic animal friends visit SDSU

by Brittney Pickei // April 29, 2014

Doing an adaptation of a beloved children’s book could be a risky move, but Margaret Larlham’s version of “Jungle Book” was nothing short of incredible...

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