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Make your own day ‘app-ventues’

Make your own day ‘app-ventues’

by Olivia Litsey // April 28, 2014

Finals are coming up fast and there is only so much time a college student can spend in the library, staring at a laptop screen or flipping through flashcards....

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How to spend the day in Tijuana

How to spend the day in Tijuana

by Ana Ceballos // March 31, 2014

When the buck is tight and some serious fun needs to be had, drive down to Mexico. Bring along a couple of friends; ideally, someone who speaks Spanish,...

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Class it up this spring break

Class it up this spring break

by Kelly Hillock // March 27, 2014

Since nearly every day is like spring break in San Diego, this week-long vacation is the perfect time to indulge your classy side, or at least, pretend...

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Downtown Los Angeles

How to spend a day in Los Angeles

by Madison Hopkins // March 27, 2014

This spring break, it’s time to get away. Everyone needs a break now and then, so why not take that break at a new locale with new people? Problem is,...

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Explore exotic lands this summer

Explore exotic lands this summer

by Chelsea Baer // March 13, 2014

Have you always wanted to study abroad, but felt you never had the time in your schedule? This summer is your chance to go international. Take advantage...

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True hikers prefer to get lost

True hikers prefer to get lost

by Richard Freeland // September 25, 2013

Getting lost is a rare and beautiful thing in today’s world. Earth is connected by the Internet and mapped with GPS. Encountering alien situations and...

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Partnership brings new boats to students

Partnership brings new boats to students

by Deborah Eastman // September 2, 2013

Feeling the salty water spraying in your face, the rush of adrenaline pumping through your veins, the collision of fear and excitement converging into...

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Affordable wine tasting at Orfila Vineyards

Affordable wine tasting at Orfila Vineyards

by Laurel V. // January 27, 2013

I used to drink wine in the great race known as, “which of you can give me a buzz first,” because it beat out dull beers and pricey mixed drinks. A...

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“Great Balls of Fire” kicks off Museum Month

“Great Balls of Fire” kicks off Museum Month

by Caitlin Johnson // January 21, 2013

The air is warm and damp. The land is teeming with countless unnamed plant and animal species, all surviving on a day-to-day basis. Life is thriving in...

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Local archers find solace in Rube Powell Range

Local archers find solace in Rube Powell Range

by Ethan Bailey // January 17, 2013

The forest is thick and many different sights, sounds and smells overwhelm your senses. You move quietly to avoid giving away your position. Suddenly,...

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Children’s museum houses youthful nostalgia

by Bridget Chapman // December 4, 2012

Upon entering the New Children’s Museum in downtown San Diego, laughs and excited voices filled the air. These giddy sounds would be expected from...

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Aztecs adventure to Joshua Tree National Park

November 14, 2012

It’s 2:30 p.m. on Nov. 4. I huddle with campers around an Aztec Adventure van in the Aztec Recreation Center turnaround, eager to begin our rock-climbing...

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