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New memoir details personal story of the #MeToo movement in Hollywood

by Kayleigh Venne, Senior Staff Writer // May 2, 2018

Since October 2017, a hashtag has taken over social media as one of the most viral movements against sexual assault to ever take place. It is comprised...

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Floor three in Zura Hall displays creative information boards.

Snapshot: SDSU Residential Learning Communities

by Kayleigh Venne, Senior Staff Writer // March 7, 2018

Living in the dorms is not only a rite of passage, but also an experience that has a great influence on a student’s freshman year. Fate ultimately...

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Members of the San Diego State Opera perform in the 2017 production of

San Diego Opera teams up with SDSU

by Kayleigh Venne, Senior Staff Writer // January 31, 2018

San Diego State’s School of Music and Dance is expanding this semester by opening a new joint opera director position. This full-time position will...

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Stand-up comedian Drew Lynch performs his infectuous routine in Montezuma Hall as part of DiversAbility Month at SDSU.

Comedian Drew Lynch brings disability awareness through comedy

by Kayleigh Venne, Staff Writer // October 30, 2017

To close out DiversAbility Month at San Diego State, Student Disability Services and One SDSU hosted comedian Drew Lynch. Laughter spread throughout...

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Denis Lim, Le-Hsuan Chen and Chad Arulsamy tabled for their club Aztec Outreach on Oct. 11 outside of the Malcolm A. Love Library.

Campus service club reaches out to community

by Kayleigh Venne, Staff Writer // October 25, 2017

San Diego State offers a variety of philanthropic organizations on campus, however only one donates nearly 90 percent of its funds toward various charities....

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SDSU Mock Trial pleads its case on campus

SDSU Mock Trial pleads its case on campus

by Kayleigh Venne, Staff Writer // October 11, 2017

San Diego State’s Mock Trial organization gives its members the opportunity to experience what it would be like to participate in an actual trial out...

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Jessica Gonzalez, Dr. Dan Stacy, Raquel Funches, Raiyah Harris and Dr. Alan Mobley are some of the current staff members of Project Rebound SDSU.

Project Rebound aims to break the stigmas associated with incarceration

by Kayleigh Venne, Staff Writer // September 27, 2017

San Diego State’s Project Rebound is a restorative special admissions program that aims to support previously incarcerated individuals as they transition...

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Tips on avoiding the freshman 15 and staying healthy in college

Tips on avoiding the freshman 15 and staying healthy in college

by Kayleigh Venne, Staff Writer // August 28, 2017

The first year as an Aztec is memorable. Learning how to exist with a random roommate, getting lost one too many times while searching for lecture halls...

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