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Tory Lanez throws it back with his fifth Chixtape

Tory Lanez throws it back with his fifth Chixtape

by Johann Derek Oribello, Senior Staff Writer // December 4, 2019

On Nov. 15, rapper and singer Tory Lanez released “Chixtape 5,” an album that flips popular favorites from the past decade into a new sound for the...

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Associated Student President J. Cole reflects on legacy

Associated Student President J. Cole reflects on legacy

by Kellie Miller, Contributor // March 23, 2015

He wears a suit and tie, holds his head high and greets almost everyone passing on campus. His name generates a buzz and has impacted everyone here at...

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Master Rapp eager to help students succeed

Master Rapp eager to help students succeed

by Conor Nordberg, Staff Writer // March 19, 2015

Michael Rapp, often referred to as Master Rapp, Michael or just Rapp, is the large lecture professor of Communications 103 and one of the most recognizable...

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Forensics is in it to win it

Forensics is in it to win it

by Christine Whitman, Staff Writer // February 6, 2015

Forensics, more commonly known as the San Diego State speech and debate team, features different types of events for students of every age and experience...

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Then and now: Reminiscing Past First Days

by Christine Whitman, Staff Writer // August 25, 2014

Welcome back fellow Aztecs! The time has come once again to start school, whether some of you like it or not. You remember the drill, but you don’t want...

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The Aztec's St. Patrick's Day guide

The Aztec’s St. Patrick’s Day guide

by Victoria Valenzuela // March 13, 2014

Emerald. Lime. Jade. Whatever shade you prefer, it’s time to break out the green. For those of Irish descent and those who use the day as an excuse to...

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'Best Thai Food' lives up to name

‘Best Thai Food’ lives up to name

by Christine Whitman // March 6, 2014

The most important question at the end of a long day of classes and exams at San Diego State is what you’re going to eat for dinner. As an Aztec, you...

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Student finds solace in free-running parkour

Student finds solace in free-running parkour

by Rosaura Wardsworth // April 10, 2013

Imagine racing through a concrete jungle, heart pounding to the beat of every footstep. Sweat drips down the nape of your neck. The wind...

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Phó Ca Dao is a ‘pho-nominal’ experience

by Caitlin Johnson // February 26, 2013

When considering Vietnamese food in San Diego, East County is probably the last area that comes to mind. Those of us who call the area home must typically...

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