The Daily Aztec

Finance Beat 10/19/2011

by Chet Galloway

October 18, 2011

Filed under News

San Diego-based health care technology firm Dexcom (DXCM) was trending slightly negatively yesterday morning, down 12 cents at 10.50. A similar medical device firm, NuVasive (NUVA) was also slightly down at 16.60. The Dow Jones...

Man exposes himself in the Library

by Kevin Smead

October 17, 2011

Filed under News

At 1 a.m. yesterday, a female student reported to the SDSU Police Department that a Caucasian male exposed himself to her in the Love Library. The man was seen sitting at a desk touching himself when he asked the female student to join him....

New code brings more security

by Hutton Marshall

October 17, 2011

Filed under News

The Love Library’s administrative staff has found alternative ways to ensure a safe environment for students to study. However, the resources required to periodically staff and patrol every area of the library frequented by students ...

Faculty union says time has come to fight

by Stacy D. Garcia

October 16, 2011

Filed under News

The California Faculty Association has announced it has had “enough” with the California State University administration, after multiple bargaining negotiations failed. On Nov. 17, CFA members will gather at Cal State Doming...

SDSU gets ready to shake

by Alejandra Paz

October 16, 2011

Filed under News

In unity with millions of people statewide, San Diego State will participate in the Great California ShakeOut this Thursday at 10:20 a.m. University safety coordinators said no single event will trigger the drill and there...

Mortar Board gives to troops

by Tara Millspaugh

October 16, 2011

Filed under News

The holidays are all about being with family: However, thousands of military service members deployed around the world, including those in Iraq and Afghanistan, will not be coming home for the holidays. This holiday season...

Commitment to teaching draws award

by Alejandra Paz

October 12, 2011

Filed under News

This year, the San Diego State Alumni Association awarded professor of religious studies and chair of the department of classics and humanities Dr. Rebecca Moore for outstanding teaching, service and research. “She is a superb administrator, h...

Greek Beat 11/13/2011

by Sean Guardian

October 12, 2011

Filed under News

The halftime show of the San Diego State homecoming game featured the announcement of the winners of the Dean’s Trophy, presented to Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and Kappa Delta sorority. The Dean’s Trophy is given to chapters...

Crime Beat – 10/13/2011

by Kevin Smead

October 12, 2011

Filed under News

Drunk in public On Tuesday morning at approximately 12:30 a.m., the San Diego State Police Department responded to a call regarding a large African-American male who was approaching females near the 7-Eleven on College Avenu...

Center for surf research founded at SDSU

by Hutton Marshall

October 12, 2011

Filed under News

Small, ocean-side communities around the globe constantly struggle to generate ways to support themselves, and they often must do so at the expense of the surrounding environment. A newly founded nonprofit, the Center for Surf Research, seeks to offer these small villa...

Awards given on student day

by Diana Crofts-Pelayo

October 11, 2011

Filed under News

Almost 100 students gathered at the first National Student Day at San Diego State, which honored their dedication to community service and social responsibility. The event was a collaborative effort between Associated Students, Azt...

Finance News – 10/12/2011

by Chet Galloway

October 11, 2011

Filed under News

San Diego-based companies Jack in the Box (JACK) and Sony (SNE) were trading down 10 cents at 20.45 and up 38 cents at 19.38, respectively. Stocks were down slightly as of yesterday morning as investors anticipate a key vote...