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Belles de Jour

By Angela Zhang, Staff Writer

October 12, 2010

For devoted GG fans, last season’s finale left a plethora of disgustingly juicy plotlines untied, inducing nervous nail-biting for audience members everywhere (including myself) anticipating the plot to unfold once again. Personally, the season opener couldn’t have been more exciting. The series...

Welcome To High Fashion

By Natalya Ballard, Staff Writer

October 12, 2010

The premiere of “America’s Next Top Model” cycle fifteen aired on Sept. 8 and audiences across the country were once again able to indulge in the petty dramas of a model’s life. However, along with a new season, the program seems to be trying to head in a new direction. Throughout the episode...

Romeo and Juliet

By Elisa Figueroa

October 8, 2010

“Two households, both alike in dignity…” The stage lights reveal a man standing in a burial vault. He speaks of the famous pair of star-crossed lovers. But something is different…Is the man wearing tattoo sleeves?  “Is this the right show?” The audience wonders. “There must be some mi...

Be Mused

By Kaylin Greene, Opinons Editor

October 7, 2010

Three huge, gray buildings loomed under the ceiling of SDSU’s Viejas Arena. Standing cold and institutional in front of a sold-out stadium, they symbolized another type of “Resistance,” led by the band Muse, who played in San Diego Sept 22. Passion Pit opened, warming up the anticipating crowd...


Comic Con attendees show off their creativity with their costumes

By Jocelyn Lee, Photo Editor

October 2, 2010

Hear that? Ryan Murphy is spilling on some spoilers for the next season of “Glee.” See that? Those people are all dressed up in an assortment of costumes for the Masquerade Ball. Smell that? These people just don’t know what deodorant is. San Diego Comic Con is something that I look forward...

Intrepid Shakespeare Company

By Elisa Figueroa, Staff Writer

October 2, 2010

Sean Cox, co-founder of the Intrepid Shakespeare Company, talks about the company and the new internship program at SDA.  The Intrepid Shakespeare Company relocated to the Roundabout Theater at the beginning of the school year, and are performing “Romeo and Juliet” until Oct. 17. Q: When and...


By Cassia Pollock, Staff Writer

October 1, 2010

“My friend was working on one for college so I thought why not here? They’re really sick,” said Steven Forsythe, senior, when asked about his inspiration to create an internet radio for SDA called SDA Air. He’s even paying $50 for it out of his own pocket. “It’s slightly expensive but I have...