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Pints for Knights: Time to Bolt Up

Pints for Knights: Time to Bolt Up

Ricardo Soltero

October 15, 2015

San Diego is vying for craft brewery supremacy. The city has seen an influx of breweries and tasting rooms. With the help of some friendly competition,...

SoundBreak: Heavy Rotation

SoundBreak: Heavy Rotation

May 22, 2015

The spring semester is over and summer is just around the corner, no matter how gloomy it may look outside. Time to sit back and relax after a semester...

A bloody good time

A bloody good time

April 21, 2015

There is something unsettling about the joy some individuals get when they see bones breaking or extreme gore. The snapping of the tendons, the sound of...

Spitting up teeth: Born here in the City

Mark Elliott

April 21, 2015

Editor’s note: This is the first installment of a two-part series on City Boxing. As mentioned in a previous installment of this column, San Diego wasn’t always a place where gyms were around nearly every block. These days, San Diego has a new facet to its identity thanks to fight culture — though that was never the case for our city block. Around our corner from City College is a blue box that promises “this place builds champs." We’re aware of that as we pass it on route to class. Outside that box you may have seen the champs wrapping hands, dragging jump rope or practicing slick rope-a-dope. Some City students among us live that promise firsthand and they’ll tell you-whether you're a 30 day passerby or a seasoned pugilist, City Boxing's aim is to leave you better. When you enter, there is a ring that meets ...

Knight Bites: Dessert classic with a Swedish twist

Knight Bites: Dessert classic with a Swedish twist

Jennifer Manalili, Copy Editor

March 24, 2015

How do you make chocolate cake better? It’s a peculiar question for a treat that’s already notoriously indulgent and delicious but the answer here...

March gaming madness

March gaming madness

March 10, 2015

Some individuals follow college basketball, others like to drink themselves into oblivion on St. Patrick’s Day and some individuals, well, they don’t...

Student Eats: Stella Public House hosts dual dining at a great price

Student Eats: Stella Public House hosts dual dining at a great price

February 28, 2015

Sitting in the middle of new housing developments in East Village, a shining new restaurant stands hidden in the scene of what appears to be a small retail...

Press Start: Free the beast

Press Start: Free the beast

February 24, 2015

The hunter and the hunted. It’s a concept that gamers are too familiar with. From the 1996 PC side-scrolling classic “Hunter Hunted” to Sucker Punch...

Student Eats: Cat Café opens in the Gaslamp

Student Eats: Cat Café opens in the Gaslamp

February 10, 2015

Since opening its doors on Jan. 5, a new café in downtown San Diego has been attracting plenty of locals and tourists a like within just their first month...

Knight Bites: Pie made of apples and festive cheer

Knight Bites: Pie made of apples and festive cheer

December 10, 2014

The holidays are here, can you believe it? That means it’s time for lots of parties and dinners and if you find yourself in a potluck rut, trying to...

Student Eats: Cuisine fresh from South Africa

Student Eats: Cuisine fresh from South Africa

December 9, 2014

After opening its doors almost two years ago on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Broadway, Spike Africa’s Fresh Fish Grill and Bar is constantly full of...

SoundBreak: AKB48’s Team K steps out of the classic J-pop box

SoundBreak: AKB48’s Team K steps out of the classic J-pop box

December 9, 2014

Looking back, 2008 was a very interesting year for music. Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” reached its 25th anniversary, pop punk pioneers The Get Up...

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