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Friendship Park divided by border wall

by Ana Ceballos

March 9, 2011

Filed under News

At a time of commotion concerning immigration and a constant battle with drug trafficking across the border, the wall dividing the United States and Mexico is now accompanied by an additional 18-foot wall, which travels through...

Professor provides chiming soundtrack

by Jake Keeney

March 9, 2011

Filed under News

Sometimes somber, sometimes lively, the bells that ring across San Diego State lend a hint of personality and charm to the campus. When thinking of SDSU and bells, many will be reminded of Hepner Hall’s own iconic set. But the bells...

Missing student found dead in Madrid

by Holly Pablo

March 9, 2011

Filed under News

Authorities in Spain discovered the body of San Diego State student Austin Bice yesterday, 10 days after he went missing in Madrid. Bice’s body was pulled from the Manzanares River, near the nightclub where he was last seen. The cause of death is unknown but an autopsy is scheduled for ...

Additional fee to be voted on this week

by Hutton Marshall

March 9, 2011

Filed under News

The Student Success Fee — a Career Services fee aimed at improving services and adding benefits to the College of Business — will be controlled by the students. A recent survey conducted of 5,700 San Diego State students...

BREAKING: Spanish police found body of missing SDSU student Austin Bice

by Ruthie Kelly

March 8, 2011

Filed under News

Authorities in Spain discovered the body of San Diego State exchange student Austin Bice Tuesday, more than a week after he went missing in Madrid. Bice, a Torrey Pines High School graduate and native of Carlsbad, had not...

Student missing abroad

by Sarah Grieco

March 6, 2011

Filed under News

UPDATE: Spanish police found body of missing SDSU student Austin Bice A San Diego State student has gone missing while studying abroad in Spain. Austin Bice, a senior studying international business at Universidad Carl...

Legislation threatens Planned Parenthood funds

by Ana Ceballos

March 3, 2011

Filed under News

At a time when the country’s economy is not doing well and the government seeks to reduce expenses, sexual health care is a victim in the effort of diminishing cost. The Title X Abortion Provider Prohibition Act proposed,...

Ticket scalping causes outrage, concern

by Diana Crofts-Pelayo

March 3, 2011

Filed under News

To say that some San Diego State students were disappointed after not receiving BYU vs. SDSU men’s basketball tickets last Friday morning would be an understatement. The fact that some students went online to sell the t...

SDSU MONTH: NBC reporter stays close to roots

by Hutton Marshall

March 1, 2011

Filed under News

Emmy-winning NBC reporter Artie Ojeda graduated from San Diego State in 1985, yet his enthusiasm for the school has not wavered. Patiently waiting at Starbucks to start this interview, the “power bracelet” on his wrist is noticeable. Ojeda is an avid marathon runner, and on this particular morning, he woke up at 6 a.m. t...

SDSU MONTH: SDSU Events

by Staff

March 1, 2011

Filed under News

March 1: Nooner Concert — Yael Mayer Location: Aztec Center Patio Time: Noon - 1 p.m. March 4: Student Research Symposium (March 4 - 5) Location: Aztec Center March 5: Finish Chelsea’s Run - 5K Run / Walk in Balboa Park ...

SDSU MONTH: Ancient book brings history to library

by Jake Keeney

March 1, 2011

Filed under News

San Diego State is known for many things, but few would ever guess there is an astonishingly rare book available to view in the library. Available in the SDSU Special Collections section of Love Library is a first edition of...

SDSU MONTH: Ancient book brings history to library

by Jake Keeney

March 1, 2011

Filed under Daily Aztec Stories, News

San Diego State is known for many things, but few would ever guess there is an astonishingly rare book available to view in the library. Available in the SDSU Special Collections section of Love Library is a first edition of...