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Politicians must stop ‘hispandering’ and start genuinely focusing on Latinx voters

by Trinity Bland, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

The Latinx community in the United States deserves a greater deal of respect and regard than they’ve received from politicians over the course of time.  Historically, it has been said that politicians have struggled to reach this communi...

The GSP exam is a barrier for Latinx students pursuing a journalism major

by Charlie Vargas, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

The Daily Aztec has published various stories on the barriers upheld by the Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation test. Each evaluation brings a valid point to a conversation worth having, but one that is lacking is the obstacle it p...

The Koala is an outlet for students to express themselves

by Anna Fiorino, Contributor

October 2, 2019

I like The New York Times. I read The Paris Review on occasion. I own my fair share of Steinbeck and Fitzgerald. I dabble in Murakami and McEwan. And every time, without fail, I find myself instinctively reaching for a cop...

We need to talk about freshmen loneliness

by Sam Mason, Contributor

September 25, 2019

I had a lot of different expectations coming in to my first year at San Diego State.  Dorm life, a packed schedule and new friends were all things on my radar as I drove down Montezuma Road on move-in-day. While my time her...

It’s time for universities to support abortion care on campus

by Talia Kieu, Contributor

September 25, 2019

Throughout my three years at San Diego State, I have been deeply committed to educating my peers on sexual health and reproductive freedom. I have spent hours distributing condoms and other safe sex supplies at different spots...