Zombie course digests social issues

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Zombie course digests social issues

Ashley Quintero, Staff writer

A class about zombies is helping graduate students better understand social issues such as class, gender and race. On Wednesday, Oct. 29, the class held a discussion about zombies in the context of Halloween. Chicana...  Read More »

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AS employees compete in chili cook-off

Brooke Martell, Contributor

AS employees compete in chili cook-off

Brooke Martell, Contributor

Spectators and participants who came out to San Diego State’s Scripps Cottage Thursday, Oct. 23, were all hungry for one thing: chili. The 12th annual Associated Students Employee Chili Cook-off brought together the...  Read More »

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Alumni donations to increase Brazilian studies

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Alumni donations to increase Brazilian studies

Jaclyn Palumbo, Staff Writer

Two San Diego State alumni, will donate $2.5 million in the next five years as an endowment for a collaborative program with Brazil. The endowment for the J. Keith Behner and Catherine M. Stiefel Program on Brazil, named...  Read More »

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Swimmers, divers defeat Hawaii in dual meet

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Swimmers, divers defeat Hawaii in dual meet

Allison Muhar, Staff Writer

The San Diego State swimmers took first place in 12 of the 14 swimming events in Saturday’s competition against the University of Hawaii. The team proved it was strong all around by having nine different swimmers taking...  Read More »

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Fresh living requires fresh pricing

Tabi Hoshmand, Staff Columnist

As a freshman, living in dorms has been a completely different experience than I expected. For one, I’ve never gotten sick so many times in a period of a month-and-a-half. Secondly, every time I go home, I take more showers...  Read More »

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Heart-pounding hauntings await at The Haunted Hotel

Heart-pounding hauntings await at The Haunted Hotel

Christine Whitman, Staff Writer

If you’re looking for a scare this Halloween, look no further than The Haunted Hotel in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter. The Haunted Hotel is the longest running haunted attraction in San Diego, scaring participants for more...  Read More »

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Gyllenhaal shows versatility in spooky thriller

Gyllenhaal shows versatility in spooky thriller

David Dixon, Staff Writer

Jake Gyllenhaal has proven to be an extremely versatile actor who can portray a variety of roles. However, rarely has Gyllenhaal played a character that is morally repulsive. “Nightcrawler” focuses on the actor as...  Read More »

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