The Daily Aztec

JMS classes aren’t doing enough

by Will Fritz, Kemi Giwa, Jocelyn Moran, Julianna Ress, David Santillan, and Tristi Rodriguez

May 9, 2019

Most of the graduating seniors on The Daily Aztec’s editorial board are students in JMS. We know the territory. We know what’s taught in these classes. There are many things we love about JMS. But we have to be honest — our cl...

Women, let’s be kinder to each other

by Shayne Jones, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

“Oh my god. What is she wearing?” “I would never throw myself at him like she is.” “Why is he talking to her? I’m way prettier than she is.” Ladies, if one of these thoughts has not tiptoed through your ...

College admissions favor wealthy applicants

by Catherine Van Weele, Senior Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

The recent college admissions scandal in which parents of elite families bribed school officials at prestigious colleges to get their children admitted has caught the attention of the country.   Many were surprised and outraged these wealt...

Dear former first lady, not all divorced dads are bad fathers

by Trinity Bland, Contributor

May 1, 2019

When President Trump announced he was running for president of the United States, there was a lot of talk about the possibility of having such a character elected as commander-in-chief. Well, Trump has almost completed a single...

Editorial: Yet again, we find ourselves faced with evil

by The Editorial Board

May 1, 2019

Once again, hate has found its way into our backyard. Just before 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 27, while many San Diego State students were studying, or working, or hanging out with friends, or perhaps still sleeping, a gunma...

Vote for left-wing candidates in 2020

by Chance Page, Staff Writer

April 24, 2019

As the 2020 election nears, the United States enters a crossroads. Since President Donald Trump took office, his administration has conducted itself in a way that harms all Americans, especially those from marginalized gro...

California’s recycling system is broken

by Miles Streicek, Staff Writer

April 24, 2019

The system of recycling in California is broken and in need of reform. Growing up, my family always collected the bottles and cans we used and exchanged it for the CRV refund at our local recycling center. Not too long ago,...

California’s recycling system is broken

by Miles Streicek, Staff Writer

April 24, 2019

The system of recycling in California is broken and in need of reform. Growing up, my family always collected the bottles and cans we used and exchanged it for the CRV refund at our local recycling center. Not too long ago,...

Students, start prioritizing self-care

by Catherine Van Weele, Senior Staff Writer

April 17, 2019

As college students, our schedules are always jammed pack with classes, homework, part-time jobs, clubs, social lives and extracurriculars. We constantly worry about getting good grades, paying the bills and making sure we d...

‘1984’ is quickly becoming our reality

by Jermelle Macleod, Staff Writer

April 17, 2019

“1984” is a dystopian novel forced down the throats of many students during their scholastic career. Due to the book being assigned instead of voluntarily read, the message of the novel goes over the heads of a majority of th...