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Eric Rivera appointed new VP for Student Affairs

Former Acting Vice President for Student Affairs Eric Rivera was appointed vice president for Student Affairs Friday afternoon, President Elliot Hirshman announced via email. Rivera has worked at San Diego State University for ...
by Ana Ceballos
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Aztec Student Union will welcome all in January

On Tuesday, Associated Students announced the events that will take place during the new Aztec Student Union’s grand opening this spring. The $104 million project will conclude its construction period in December of this ...
by Ana Ceballos
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Vampire Weekend hits it bigger than before

The modern vampires of the city returned to San Diego and what a night it was. Last Monday, indie rock band Vampire Weekend stopped by with pop singer Sky Ferreira to perform at SDSU’s Open Air Theater. The band’s previous ...
by Ana Ceballos
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Scholarships open amid map dispute

Two scholarships supporting students enrolled in the Jewish Studies Program at San Diego State were created in collaboration with the San Diego Chapter of Stand With Us, a pro-Israel group. The scholarships, which support stude...
by Ana Ceballos
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San Diego Music Thing was nothin’ but a good thing

This past weekend marks the 6th annual San Diego Music Thing, a two-day stint of daytime speakers and panels and late nights filled with alcohol-fueled shows. The event showcased San Diego at its finest, inundating local haunts...
by Ana Ceballos
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Insidious Chapter 2: A decent spook for the 13th

Horror movies, often reserved for dates for an excuse to touch the person on the side, become worth a while when the spooks are not faked. On Wednesday night my squirmy roommate and I sat and watched 120 minutes of Insidious: C...
by Ana Ceballos
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The map given to students omitting Israel.

Middle East map stirs controversy on campus

On the first week of school San Diego State students enrolled in an Arabic 101 class received a map of the Middle East highlighting Arabic-speaking countries. Days later, a call for action was issued by Stand With Us, a pro-Isr...
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