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Created by two SDSU alumni and two current students, the Bucket app is flipping the script on the way social media works.

SDSU alumni and current students say ‘buck’ it and launch new social media app ‘Bucket’

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // April 2, 2021

Today’s social media platforms revolve around users’ past experiences. LinkedIn is where people showcase the jobs they’ve had. Instagram is the place...

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La casa de la Familia Barroso fue afectada por la tormenta invernal en Tejas

Tormenta invernal devasta a muchos Tejanos, dejando muchos sin electricidad por dias

by Karina Bazarte, Assistant Mundo Azteca Editor // March 3, 2021

En el mes de febrero, hubo una tormenta invernal en Texas y otras partes del Sur que dejó muchos sin electricidad y agua por más de una semana. La...

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Opinion: America’s youth take our politics by storm

Opinion: America’s youth take our politics by storm

by Sebastian Mendoza, Staff Writer // February 12, 2021

Complicated is undoubtedly one way to describe whatever the year 2020 was.  Hosting a historical health crisis, lack of political stability and the...

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United States division sparked by both sides of the political spectrum

United States division sparked by both sides of the political spectrum

by Nicholas Edabat, Contributor // January 27, 2021

Tensions within the country remain heightened between the radicalized masses of the democratic and republican parties after “The Trump Insurrection,”...

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Blue and red make purple: Social media hijacks America's idea of unity

Blue and red make purple: Social media hijacks America’s idea of unity

by Sebastian Mendoza, Staff Writer // December 17, 2020

Anyone who hasn’t lived under a rock for the last couple of years will agree with me when I say society has progressed exponentially in the way medications...

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The performative nature of social media activism

The performative nature of social media activism

by Riley Martinez, Contributor // November 18, 2020

This year has been a whirlwind, but if there’s something we all have in common – aside from living in the midst of a pandemic – it’s our mutual...

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This coffee is simple to make and delicious for bitter coffee fans.

Dreamy coffee whips up a social media trend

by Aaliyah Alexander, Staff Writer // April 27, 2020

A new coffee trend has recently made its way into the limelight of people’s feeds throughout social media platforms. Dalgona coffee, known as “creamy...

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User opening up the LinkedIn app.

LinkedIn is just as bad as other social media apps

by Anna Fiorino, Staff Writer // November 6, 2019

We hear it again and again: Social media is dangerous. Our Facebooks and Instagrams are the highlight reels of our lives, and this is supposedly the...

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Malia Redmon (L) and Teagan DeLeon (R) using social media.

Comparing yourself to others on social media leads to unrealistic expectations

by Ellyse Logan, Staff Writer // October 30, 2019

Comparison is the thief of all joy.  This statement may seem cliche, but it holds a lot of power. Often college students compare themselves to their...

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What college life is like without a social media presence

by Patrick Doyle, Contributor // September 4, 2019

Major social media platforms such as Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit, along with many others, are avidly used among a large percentage...

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We should celebrate our bodies

We should celebrate our bodies

by Shayne Jones, Staff Writer // August 26, 2019

I hold my stomach when I walk.   Three fingers press tentatively into the supple flesh and hold it firm, as if it were about to run away. I hold my...

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Social media is seriously ruining our relationships

by Cristian Alvarez, Staff Writer // January 30, 2019

As social media grows, it is also beginning to change life as we know it. People are becoming increasingly active on media platforms like Instagram,...

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