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Local artists use San Diego as inspiration for latest music video

by Jacob Sullivan, Contributor // February 25, 2021

Mission Beach, San Diego, a neighborhood famed for its bustling tourist sector, picturesque beaches and vibrant eatery options is synonymous with San Diego...

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Then-freshman infielder Brian Leonhardt steps on home plate to score a run during the Aztecs 9-8 loss to San Francisco on Feb. 16, 2019 at Tony Gwynn Stadium.

Aztecs win five-hour slugfest in walk-off fashion

by Andrew Finley, Staff Writer // February 21, 2021

A day removed from a 14-7 victory, San Diego State baseball found itself in another high scoring affair on Saturday, Feb. 20 versus the University of San...

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The dying, yellow grass is the most obvious sign that SDCCU Stadium's days are numbered as demolition is set to begin October 2020.

Writer’s roundtable: Memories of the Murph

by Breven Honda, Senior Staff Writer // February 5, 2021

The concrete stadium in Mission Valley opened for the first time 54 years ago and was used as a multi-purpose stadium for baseball, football, soccer, motocross...

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Back in October, when this photo was taken, the massive parking lot had been torn up. Today, a large chunk of the stadium is gone.

Reflections on the demolition of SDCCU Stadium

by Bradley Gonzales, Staff Writer // February 4, 2021

The stadium in Mission Valley has been known by many names, San Diego Stadium, Jack Murphy Stadium, Qualcomm Stadium, and SDCCU Stadium. Though since 1967,...

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Lawn signs scattered down College Avenue and a website are just some of the indications Del Cerro residents aren't happy with a proposed mega-church development in their neighborhood.

Del Cerro residents campaign to ‘save’ neighborhood from ‘mega project’ development

by David Ahumada, Staff Writer // February 3, 2021

A group of Del Cerro residents continues to mobilize against a new church development near San Diego State.  “Save Del Cerro” was created by a...

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SDCCU Stadium was one of two buildings in San Diego to win a national award from the American Institute of Architects. It won for its innovative use of concrete forms.

Coaches roundtable: Memories at the Murph

by Breven Honda, Senior Staff Writer // January 30, 2021

November will mark three years since San Diego voters passed Measure G which allowed the City of San Diego to sell the Mission Valley stadium land to San...

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Racial Justice, transportation, housing among top priorities for council candidates

by Alexa Oslowski, Photo Editor // November 3, 2020

District 1 - La Jolla, Carmel Valley, Torrey Pines Joe Lacava Joe Lacava is a San Diego State graduate and is a native San Diegan. According to his...

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Human trafficking is closer to home than you may think

Human trafficking is closer to home than you may think

by Grace Brady, Contributor // September 25, 2020

There are more than 4 million human trafficking victims worldwide, according to the United Nations International Labour Organization, with 99% of these...

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An aerial rendering of SDSU's proposed multi-use stadium at the site of its Mission Valley expansion.

SDSU moves forward in Mission Valley, eyes 2020 completion date for new stadium despite pandemic

by Jadyn Brandt and Michael Cline // May 9, 2020

San Diego State’s proposed timeline to construct a 35,000 seat multi-use stadium in Mission Valley is moving forward as planned, despite potential setbacks...

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Supporters of Congressional candidate Ammar Campa-Najjar cheer on as candidates make their way around the media round robbin.

Sanders wins California Democratic primary, local races still too close to call

by Michael Cline, Assistant News Editor // March 3, 2020

UPDATE (March 4, 9:45 a.m.): The races to become San Diego's next mayor and representative from the 53rd Congressional District are still too close to...

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Rapid 215 currently connects SDSU and downtown using El Cajon Boulevard.

New bus-only lanes help transit commuters to SDSU

by Katelynn Robinson and Michael Cline // January 29, 2020

San Diego Metropolitan Transit System has unveiled a bus-only lane along three miles of El Cajon Boulevard in an effort to improve traffic conditions and...

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Australian rocker Tame Impala is set to perform at Pechanga Arena on March 9 after the release of his anticipated album

Spring concert guide for San Diego

by Kelly Kerrigan , Senior Staff Writer // January 22, 2020

San Diego is bringing lots of musical talent this upcoming spring. Large acts hit hot spots in San Diego such as the Observatory, SOMA, Pechanga and San...

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