The Daily Aztec

Gauging job market key to major selection

by Brody Burns

February 14, 2012

Choose your major wisely. Whether you are on the Van Wilder track, languidly entering your seventh year as an undergrad with little hope of fruition; or you’re on the boy genius plan, anticipating a doctoral degree prior to...

Californians: Prop 8 is a thing of the past

by Heather Rushall

February 14, 2012

It comes as no surprise that the ban on same-sex marriage was deemed unconstitutional, but there is now a slue of speculation as to what will happen next. Some opponents to same-sex marriage believe the Ninth U.S. Circuit Cour...

A million moms can’t be wrong, can they?

by Kenneth Leonard

February 14, 2012

How do we define “traditional values” nowadays? The American Family Association seems to think “traditional values” are synonymous with pseudo-religious intolerance and bigotry. Recently in the news, there’s been a particul...

College Republicans belittle ‘coming out’

by Leonardo Castaneda

February 14, 2012

  I love political satire. At its best it can make us aware of serious issues in a lighthearted way. At its worst, satire can be an insulting, ineffective way to make a point. The political stunt that San Diego State’s Coll...

Get inflamed about treating sexual health

by Stacey Oparnica

February 12, 2012

Semi-virgins and nymphomaniacs alike, I have a few questions to ask you. Does it burn when you pee? Have you noticed any bumps, growths or abnormal discharge “down there?” Is it ever uncomfortable or painful to have sex? If you answ...

Bishops checkmated in contraception fight

by Kenneth Leonard

February 12, 2012

Remember when archaeologists discovered the secret 11th commandment about how the use of contraceptives was forbidden? Maybe you remember Jesus’ teachings to the assembled masses in Jerusalem regarding the ethical implications...

CSU budget continues to suffer

by Staff

February 7, 2012

Discussion about the California State University budget continued last week during an informational teleconference held by CSU Public Affairs. With the recent victory of the salary cap for all new CSU presidents, it was time...

Local food vital to urban reform

by Randy Wilde

February 7, 2012

Last Tuesday’s San Diego City Council meeting proved to be a critical moment in shaping the future of this city. The council voted unanimously to approve a set of reforms to urban agriculture regulations. The new rules now allow...

M.I.A., flip PTC the bird

by Chris Pocock

February 7, 2012

If you were one of millions of viewers watching Sunday’s Super Bowl game, I’d like to offer my humblest sympathies. No, I’m not talking to you, Patriot fans (the team in the shiny white and blue, for those fellow non-football ...