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Cine Latino en Fashion Valley Mall

Cine Latino en Fashion Valley Mall

by Andrea López-Villafaña, Escritora // March 8, 2016

El San Diego Latino Film Festival vuelve al cine AMC Fashion Valley 18 a partir del 10 de marzo. El festival que está celebrando su 23º aniversario durará...

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SDSU study suggests minimum wage increase may also increase welfare use, unemployment

SDSU study suggests minimum wage increase may also increase welfare use, unemployment

by Maria del Carmen Huerta , Senior Staff Writer // March 4, 2016

California’s minimum wage increased to $10 per hour on the start of the new year, which also extended to San Diego State student workers this semester....

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Give international students a chance

by Tori Hahn, Staff Columnist // October 2, 2015

It's no secret that international students flock to palm tree-studded and sunshine-suffocated San Diego State to live out their study abroad dreams. But...

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Sanders’ proposal of free college is a bad idea

Sanders’ proposal of free college is a bad idea

by Jimmy Janszen, Contributor // September 25, 2015

Last May, Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders introduced his College for All Act. This proposal would award $70 billion...

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Tasty Tuesday: Downtown donuts satisfy any sweet tooth

Tasty Tuesday: Downtown donuts satisfy any sweet tooth

by Olivia Litsey, Arts and Lifestyle Editor // September 15, 2015

Just a block west of the San Diego Symphony in downtown sits a small shop that similarly attracts lines of people waiting to witness an exciting production...

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Aztec alumnus thrives in rock n roll industry

Aztec alumnus thrives in rock ‘n’ roll industry

by Lilly Glenister, Senior Staff Writer // August 28, 2015

Not many bands leave lasting musical impressions, but the Nervous Wreckords are among the few that do. With its lead singer’s one-of-a-kind voice, tongue-in-cheek...

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Photo by Jimmy Thibault, Staff Photographer

San Diegans recycle less than what the state requires

by Adriana Millar // May 4, 2014

Less than a quarter of San Diego residents recycle, according to a study from San Diego's Environmental Services Department released last week. The...

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Sexual assault is everyone’s problem

by Morgan Rubin // April 30, 2014

Let’s face it­­­–there are very few places on the planet where we can feel safe. Some people feel safe within their homes, while others find comfort...

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Porn Studies sheds light on taboo subject

‘Porn Studies’ sheds light on taboo subject

by Kelly Gardner // April 30, 2014

In March, the British publishing house Taylor & Francis announced the release of a new scholarly reviewed journal titled, “Porn Studies.” Yeah,...

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GI Bill should be a ticket to State

by Mike Heral // April 30, 2014

Navy veteran Eric Johnson’s denied transfer application to San Diego State for the Fall 2014 term highlights two nationwide university enrollment problems....

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Everyones at fault for Heartbleed debacle

Everyone’s at fault for Heartbleed debacle

by KC Stanfield // April 30, 2014

By now it’s safe to assume Internet privacy is dead. Between stored cookies and the NSA spying on everyone, Internet users are generally being watched...

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Learning opportunities abound abroad

Learning opportunities abound abroad

by Briana Alford // April 29, 2014

America is the home of the brave and land of the free. Yes, on paper, America has great qualities. We were the first modern country to adopt a democracy...

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