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San Diego State's Independent Student Newspaper
Sterling Alvarado


 
Archive for October 7th, 2008
 

 
 

FOR YOUR EARS ONLY: What?s a ?Ting? anyways?

If you're skeptical of the name, you probably speak a dialect of Japanese. One variation of their name means "penis" when transliterated, which unfortunately doesn't have anything to do with their style, unless male genital ...

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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Home streak over

In a season that has seen some inconsistencies and mistakes lead to a sub-.500 start going into conference play, the San Diego State women's soccer team has been able to rely on one thing: solid play at home.

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Transportation has traveled a long way

Transportation can date back to when cavemen were using wheels to roll down hills or even using animals to get around. But the newer inventions, such as cars and planes, were invented in the 1800s. Since then, we have come a...

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The deep blue dive

Many people who reside in San Diego usually travel thousands of miles, be it to Hawaii or the Caribbean for snorkeling and various water adventures. For some people, it may come as a surprise that in the high-end burg of La ...

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DANG, KAT: Burying your head under

Did you know that San Diego State has ostriches?

Yes, as in the creatures known to bury their heads in the ground when frightened, thinking that because they can't see anything around them, they can't be seen eith...

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LOOKING THROUGH OUR LENS: If you’re a bird, I’m a bird

Staff Photographer Kallie Larson captured this photo of a seagull standing in the whitewash at Mission Beach.

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