New course ‘The Food Environment’ provides hands-on research experience

David Hernandez, News Editor

New course ‘The Food Environment’ provides hands-on research experience

Camille Lozano, Assistant News Editor

This fall, San Diego State students can enroll in a new research-based course offered through the geography department, titled Community-based Geographic Research: The Food Environment. Created by SDSU professors Pascale...  Read More »

August 27, 2014 • 2 comments

SDSU sees record application numbers for fall 2014

David Hernandez, News Editor

This fall semester, San Diego State received a record number of undergraduate admission applications and admitted 8,000 of the applicants. Fall 2014 admission applications from freshmen...  Read More »

August 26, 2014 • 0 comments

Then and now: Famous Aztec graduates

Then and now: Famous Aztec graduates

Quinn Owen and Maria del Carmen Huerta

Kevin Faulconer San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer graduated from San Diego State in 1990. During his time at SDSU, he served as president of Associated Students and was a member of Kappa Sigma, a men’s...  Read More »

August 25, 2014 • 0 comments

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Kaehler shines at annual fan fest

Jenna Mackey, Photo Editor

Young fan high-fives senior defensive lineman Sam Meredith

Kaehler shines at annual fan fest

Ryan Posner, Staff Writer

The San Diego State football team held its 2014 Fan Fest Scrimmage on Saturday, Aug. 16, at Qualcomm Stadium. Fans could lined up hours before gates opened to catch a glimpse of their Aztec warriors playing for the first...  Read More »

August 25, 2014 • 0 comments

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Then and now: Greek

Then and now: Greek

Elpin Keshishzadeh and Emily Alvarenga

It’s no secret that Greek life is one of the most prominent organizations on campus. Having been around since 1899, Fraternal organizations are one of the oldest student organizations at San Diego State, according to Student...  Read More »

August 25, 2014 • 0 comments

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Then and now: Reminiscing Past First Days

Then and now: Reminiscing Past First Days

Christine Whitman, Staff Writer

Welcome back fellow Aztecs! The time has come once again to start school, whether some of you like it or not. You remember the drill, but you don’t want to around frightening freshmen as they run around campus trying to...  Read More »

August 25, 2014 • 0 comments

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Satirical Pageant show hits Cygnet Theatre

Courtesy of Darren Scott

Satirical Pageant show hits Cygnet Theatre

David Dixon, Staff Writer

“Pageant” could be considered a hard musical comedy to pull off. The story needs a director who can handle camp and satire, as well as an ensemble that requires every performer to bring the funny. The good news is that...  Read More »

August 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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