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Artists such as H.E.R., Beyonce, Lil Baby and Leon Bridges used social justice movements as inspiration for their latest music.

Quick Take: Artists draw inspiration from social justice movements of 2020

by Ryan Hardison, Senior Staff Writer // February 9, 2021

Protesting and music have long overlapped in the United States, dating back to the days of 20th-century union strikes and Billie Holliday’s poetic rendition...

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One of the Twitter polls revealed Kendrick Lamar as a winner.

Wrapping up the last decade with second half of our “Best Albums” poll

by Ryan Hardison, Staff Writer // January 22, 2020

Since our first installment of the decade’s best albums poll in December, followers of the The Daily Aztec Twitter page have continued to vote on their...

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Campus meningitis vaccine clinics to take place in Viejas Arena on Oct. 5 and 8.

A guide to San Diego’s upcoming concerts

by Kelly Kerrigan, Staff Writer // August 19, 2018

Not only is San Diego a great city for its coastal climate, unbelievable beaches and tourist attractions, but it also happens to be quite the hub for concerts....

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Friendship goals as shown by Nicki Minaj and Beyonce

Friendship goals as shown by Nicki Minaj and Beyonce

by Ryo Miyauchi, Assistant Arts & Lifestyle // October 14, 2015

Taylor Swift, congratulations on winning Video of the Year for “Bad Blood” at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards. I’m happy for you, but I got...

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Feminism label has lost its power

by Marissa Ochoa , Staff Writer // December 1, 2014

Like any magazine, Time has been praised and challenged throughout the years for controversial and newsworthy topics. Most recently it has received a considerable...

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Beyonce’s faux feminism hurts the cause

by Briana Alford // May 9, 2014

Recently, TIME magazine issued its 100 Most Influential People issue. There, in all her glory, is Mrs. Beyonce Knowles Carter on the cover. It’s...

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