SDSU student stabbed at fraternity house

Camille Lozano, Assistant News Editor

At around 12:30 a.m. Sunday night, a San Diego State student was stabbed in the back three times while trying to break up a fight during a party at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity house. He was taken to a hospital for...  Read More »

July 21, 2014 • 0 comments

Success fee funds new course sections

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Success fee funds new course sections

Luke Henning, Senior staff writer

The Campus Fee Advisory Committee has released a list of 51 new course sections that will be added during the Fall 2014 semester at San Diego State with funding from the ...  Read More »

July 21, 2014 • 0 comments

New provost to lead academia at SDSU

New provost to lead academia at SDSU

Michelle Monroy , Staff writer

As summer marks the transition from spring to fall semester, San Diego State is preparing for an even bigger transition as Chukuka Enwemeka succeeds 15-year provost Nancy Marlin. Enwemeka received his bachelor’s degree...  Read More »

July 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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Trademarking “I Believe” chant is smart business

Welsey Beights, Video Editor

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Trademarking “I Believe” chant is smart business

Matthew Bain, Senior Staff Writer

ESPN’s Darren Rovell sent sports fans into a frenzy on July 2 when he tweeted that San Diego State could own the trademark to the phrase “I believe that we will win” by Aug. 25, a phrase often heard during the recent...  Read More »

July 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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A big swipe to the left for Tinder

A big swipe to the left for Tinder

Kalah Siegel, Staff Columnist

The men behind the dating app Tinder are totally clueless when it comes to women. This is hardly a headline, considering they’re the face of an app that lets users hide behind a screen to flirt. But Tinder's real disgrace is...  Read More »

July 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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Does distance make the heart grow fonder?

Does distance make the heart grow fonder?

Lainie Fraser, Contributor

Relationships come and go and sometimes they seem to do it at the worst possible time. Maybe life has other obligations or maybe the problem is distance. A ...  Read More »

July 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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Shakespeare’s classic tragedy ‘Othello’ hits Old Globe

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Shakespeare’s classic tragedy ‘Othello’ hits Old Globe

David Dixon, Staff Writer

Barry Edelstein’s interpretation of the popular tragedy “Othello” is a major summer event for The Old Globe. The production features several recognizable actors and it represents the beginning of Edelstein’s run as...  Read More »

July 22, 2014 • 0 comments

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