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Students outraged over film professors racially insensitive remarks

Students outraged over film professor’s racially insensitive remarks

by Catlan Nguyen, Social Media Editor // April 15, 2021

On April 13, San Diego State students took to social media to express their outrage over racially insensitive remarks made by film professor Robert Jordan...

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Dr. Coker moves food into multiple buildings for students who may be going hungry. They can come get food at the pantries for free.

Professor creates food pantry for struggling students

by Dana Tsuri-Etzioni, Managing Editor // December 11, 2019

Professor and Director of the San Diego State School of Theater, Television and Film, Dr. Niyi Coker, implemented a food security operation this semester...

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 El equipo de producción graba cortometraje de Chips and Salsa para premios de AT&T.

‘Chips and Salsa’ gana mejor película en español en los premios de cine de AT&T

by Alejandra Luna, Editora de Mundo Azteca // February 20, 2019

“Chips and Salsa”, un cortometraje producido por tres estudiantes de la Universidad Estatal de San Diego,  ganó en la categoría de mejor película...

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Report finds film diversity decrease

Report finds film diversity decrease

by Alex Hall, Staff Writer // January 25, 2017

A report released by a San Diego State professor found a decline in women’s representation in film in 2016. Martha Lauzen, executive director of the...

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Beonica Bullard says her job as a stage manager chose her. Photo by Christian Hicks

Navigating a career in stage management

by Kayleigh Venne , Staff Writer // November 16, 2016

Sometimes our passions find us in the most unconventional and unexpected ways. San Diego State television, film and new media senior Beonica Bullard never...

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Disney animator visits SDSU to share sneak peek of Zootopia

Disney animator visits SDSU to share sneak peek of ‘Zootopia’

by Alissa Kasawdish, Staff Writer // March 16, 2016

Disney jumps back into the wild with its new feature film, “Zootopia,” a tale of animals of all different shapes and sizes in a big city where the...

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SDSU history of prime-time television course bridges generations of media

SDSU history of prime-time television course bridges generations of media

by Julianna Ress, Contributor // February 29, 2016

Professor Stuart Voytilla had his eye on teaching the history of prime-time television for some time. Now he’s making the class his own. History of...

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Diverse selection of shorts to show at SDSU festival

Diverse selection of shorts to show at SDSU festival

by Nancy Kirk, Staff Writer // September 14, 2015

From psycho-thrillers with twist endings to lighthearted rom-coms, the Best of the Best Film Festival at San Diego State will screen a diverse selection...

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Students shine at SDSU Film Festival

Students shine at SDSU Film Festival

by Isabella Place // September 19, 2013

The Television, Film and New Media program at San Diego State held a casual student film festival at the Don Powell Theatre on Sept. 12 and 13. The...

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