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Forced out of their lease, Cal Copy closes its doors

Forced out of their lease, Cal Copy closes its doors

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Staff Writer // July 6, 2020

The doors of Cal Copy, the small digital print shop located on College Avenue, closed on June 26, marking the end of a San Diego State staple students...

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Saint Motel makes stop at The Irenic

Saint Motel makes stop at The Irenic

by Lilly Glenister, Senior Staff Writer // April 20, 2015

There’s no better feeling than having your expectations for a band exceeded. Last Wednesday, Saint Motel did just that. Formed in 2009, Saint Motel...

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[VIDEO] UNLV-SDSU postgame recap MW Tournament

March 13, 2015

Assistant Sports Editor Matthew Bain hosts a recap of the SDSU-UNLV showdown after the Aztecs clench victory against the Runnin' Rebels.

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‘Clickbait’ feeds journalistic junk food

by Conor Nordberg, Contributor // March 2, 2015

It happened again: you’re browsing your Facebook feed and you come across a link titled “This Woman Does Something … You Won’t Believe What Happens...

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EDM artist walks to his own beat

EDM artist walks to his own beat

by Jack Haworth, Staff Writer // January 26, 2015

Belgian drum-and-bass producer Netsky performed at House of Blues, San Diego on Nov. 24. The Daily Aztec got to talk to the producer about his recent success,...

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Review: Disney wins big with 'Into the Woods'

Review: Disney wins big with ‘Into the Woods’

by David Dixon, Staff Writer // December 17, 2014

Walt Disney Studios has produced many animated and live action musicals over the years. Oddly even however, the company has never adapted a Broadway masterpiece...

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Electronic music students rock Smith Recital Hall

by Ryo Miyauchi, Asst. Entertainment Editor // December 5, 2014

A modest crowd showed up on Nov. 22 at the Smith Recital Hall for the Electronic Music Marathon. The School of Music and Dance concert showcased a variety...

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Farrelly Bros dumb down sequel

Farrelly Bros dumb down sequel

by Courtney Brown, Staff Writer // November 22, 2014

In 1994, the Farrelly Brothers introduced America’s favorite idiots, Harry and Lloyd, in the smash-hit “Dumb and Dumber.” Two decades later, Jim...

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Seattle trio brings unique musical Flavr to San Diego

Seattle trio brings unique musical Flavr to San Diego

by Reina Valenzuela, Staff Writer // November 19, 2014

The Flavr Blue has been making its way across the music industry with two EPs out and live sets at major music festivals. The Seattle-based electro-pop...

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SDSU alum hits a home run as female sports blogger

SDSU alum hits a home run as female sports blogger

by Cami Buckman, Staff Writer // November 19, 2014

The world of sports coverage is a profession fit for men, right? Not according to San Diego State alumna Jess Ceresino. Ceresino, a 2011 graduate with...

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Run The Jewels

by Ryo Miyauchi, Asst. Entertainment Editor // November 18, 2014

Look no further than Porter’s Pub to host on-point live hip-hop performances. Last Tuesday, Nov. 11, the University of California, San Diego venue impressed...

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German duo transforms from selling records to spinning them

by Reina Valenzuela, Contributor // November 11, 2014

No matter what language we speak, what race we are or where we’re from, music brings people together. This seemed to be the case for the German duo Digitalism. While...

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