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Three students get free shirts in Montezuma Hall during one of the Aztec Nights events in 2017. This year Aztec Nights events will also give away free items and food on campus.

Aztec Nights begins fall events with a virtual twist amidst COVID-19

by Cristina Lombardo, Contributor // September 11, 2020

This Fall, San Diego State welcomed students back to campus, but in a different way – mostly online. As a result, Aztec Nights, the popular free,...

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Outside of the Don Powell Theatre at SDSU.

A career in entertainment is possible

by Trinity Bland, Staff Writer // October 30, 2019

Over the years, the entertainment industry has been trashed in the press yet romanticized in countless movies and television shows.  Despite the mixed...

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Dancer means business

Dancer means business

by Christine Whitman, Senior Staff Writer // May 4, 2016

At 8, Carlo Di Dio discovered dance, more specifically—ballet. At 14, he became a professional ballet dancer, falling in love with its challenges. “You’re...

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Best album of 2016 goes to the 1975

Best album of 2016 goes to the 1975

by Ryo Miyauchi, A&L Editor // May 4, 2016

Out of the many albums released so far in 2016, no album fascinates me more than The 1975’s “I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet...

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Students promote their film

Students promote their film “Enamored” in Cannes

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer // April 27, 2016

Chelsea Best, a theater, film and new media sophomore was anxious submitting her short film, Enamored, to Campus Movie Fest. The movie festival is the...

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Glen Wilson, Universal Pictures, MCT

An epic ‘neighbor’ war between Seth Rogen and Zac Efron

by Alek Sanchez // May 9, 2014

Frathouse comedies have always been the source of good times and good laughs, from “Animal House” to “Old School.” Now, “Neighbors” is ready...

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Kevin Patrick

Weekend Picks: Events for the Summer

by Ryo Miyauchi // May 9, 2014

Alek’s picks Pete Tong The godfather of house makes his way back to San Diego. Pete Tong will play an intimate show this Saturday, May 10 at the...

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SDSU grads finding success in Hollywood

SDSU grads finding success in Hollywood

by Jamie Ballard // May 9, 2014

For those in the creative arts, it can be daunting knowing that industries like film are tediously difficult to break into and that job security is merely...

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CD release party gets irie at SDSU

CD release party gets irie at SDSU

by Josselyn Molina // May 8, 2014

On Friday, May 2, the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre was invaded by the multitude of San Diego’s reggae music scene. Two San Diego-based bands,...

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Dutch DJ van Buuren spins into San Diego

Dutch DJ van Buuren spins into San Diego

by Jamie Ballard // May 7, 2014

Since he began his career in 1995, Armin van Buuren has been a creative force on the EDM scene. He’s been selected as the world’s number one DJ five...

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Dr. House jazzes audiences on American tour

Dr. House jazzes audiences on American tour

by Jamie Ballard // May 7, 2014

If you watched the Fox series "House M.D.," it might be difficult for you to imagine the snarky, self-rightous titular character as a passionate jazz musician...

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Child of Light is beautiful and a delight

Child of Light is beautiful and a delight

by Jordan Pollock // May 6, 2014

This year has been great for role-playing games, or RPGs for short. On the Nintendo 3DS we were treated to the excellent "Bravely Default,” and then...

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