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Trey Pulliam (4) goes up against two Boise State players on February 25

SDSU basketball adds powerhouse Michigan to 2021 schedule

by Austin Tarke, Contributor September 6, 2021

San Diego State basketball added a big contender to its schedule with the addition of an East Coast trip to Ann Arbor against the potentially top-ranked Michigan Wolverines on December 4. The matchup provides...

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Activists host Afghanistan citizen human rights protest

by Adam Correa, Contributor August 31, 2021

On Saturday, Aug. 28, a global movement took place in 41 cities and 17 countries around the world. One of those cities was San Diego. About 250 people took to the streets chanting “Free Afghanistan”...

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Students take action against hate speech

by Trinity Bland, Managing Editor August 31, 2021

On Aug. 25, students gathered in an intense confrontation with an individual promoting hate speech on San Diego State’s campus.  In the courtyard near Hepner Hall, the individual held up a sign with...

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Students Return To SDSU Campus For The First Time Since 2020

by Jadyn Brandt and Jayne Yutig August 31, 2021

Students attending San Diego State return to campus for in-person classes and events after more than a year of virtual learning.

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Fall San Diego State Football Preview

by Jenna Meyer, Senior Staff Writer August 30, 2021

Senior staff writer Jenna Meyer previews what to expect from San Diego State Football ahead of their season opener at Dignity Health Sports Park and how students can secure roundtrip bus tickets to Carson,...

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Michael Gerdes conducting the SDSU orchestra in a performance of Edward Elgars Enigma Variations in March 2020.

How SDSU music majors navigated through the COVID-19 pandemic

by Marian Cuevas, Contributor August 25, 2021

The pandemic affected students in many ways. With campus shutting down and moving, music majors were particularly gloomy. Around the corner of each hallway, many mourned their canceled performances...

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Enrollment in sciences and public health increases

Enrollment in sciences and public health increases

by George Liao, Contributor August 14, 2021

With the return of in-person instruction for the Fall 2021 semester and enrollment in sciences rising, optimism and caution combine as instructors prepare for classes to begin on Aug. 23. This comes after...

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Quarantine Hotels reported as successful

Quarantine Hotels reported as successful

by Katelynn Robinson and Catlan Nguyen August 13, 2021

The San Diego State Institute for Public Health released a review of San Diego county’s COVID-19 Hotels where it was determined they helped prevent the spread of COVID-19 however, the staff were under...

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What to expect for first in-person semester, latest COVID-19 policies

by Catlan Nguyen and Katelynn Robinson August 13, 2021

As students return for their first in-person semester after more than a year of virtual instruction, Student Health Services teams, Housing Administration representatives and more explain the updated COVID-19...

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Production Night is The Daily Aztecs weekly news podcast that is pulling back the curtain on San Diego States student newsroom. Writers, editors and guests will discuss the weeks biggest stories and invite listeners into the action.

Production Night: The stage is set

by Sara Rott and Jessica Octavio August 9, 2021

The Daily Aztec podcast host and senior staff writer Sara Rott is joined by opinion senior staff writer Jessica Octavio in the latest episode of Production Night. Featured on the latest episode, Octavio...

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A community-based approach to COVID-19 vaccine distribution is beneficial

A community-based approach to COVID-19 vaccine distribution is beneficial

by Jessica Octavio, Senior Staff Writer August 3, 2021

Under the guidance of anthropologist Dr. EJ Sobo and School of Public Health co-lead Noe Crespo, San Diego State University researchers have gained valuable insights on the barriers preventing San Diegans,...

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SDSU requires COVID-19 vaccine, no longer pending FDA approval

SDSU requires COVID-19 vaccine, no longer pending FDA approval

by Trinity Bland, Managing Editor July 27, 2021

On July 27, the California State University (CSU) system declared the COVID-19 vaccine will be required for students, faculty and staff, including auxiliary employees in order to access campus this fall....

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