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The Daily Aztec Live: Sept. 13, 2019

September 13, 2019

Three fraternities are now barred from social events following alcohol-related incidents, a dangerous warning from the County District Attorney’s office,...

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DA Beat: Sept. 9, 2019

September 9, 2019

PSFA Annex update, season ticket sales for Aztec football decline and more on this week's episode of The Daily Aztec Beat.

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Opinión: Un tiro al blanco como minoría en mi país

by Antonio Márquez, Escritor // August 14, 2019

En las últimas dos semanas han pasado dos tiroteos donde los latinos han sido el motivo principal de odio y el blanco fácil.  La primera vez que...

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Fund created by SDSU alumna, employee supports students troubled by cancer

by Kaitlyn Little, News Editor // July 15, 2019

On Sept. 1, 2017, Tammy Blackburn was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer. She went into remission less than a year later, but this would be cut short...

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President Adela de la Torre addresses Viejas Arena, filled with university community members, at her inauguration on April 11.

Adela de la Torre’s inauguration focuses on fostering curiosity, courage and compassion

by Bella Ross, News Editor // April 11, 2019

As if 10 months on the job wasn’t enough to make it official, President Adela de la Torre celebrated her official inauguration in an April 11 ceremony...

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The media handled the Mueller report very poorly

by Charlie Vargas, Contributor // April 10, 2019

It's now been more than a couple of weeks since the Special Counsel Robert Mueller delivered his report on whether or not the Trump administration colluded...

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Trump says immigrants are criminals. If that’s the case, it’s the United States that’s responsible

by Jasmine Mouzon, Staff Writer // April 10, 2019

The 45th President has made it his mantra to make it known that immigrants are at the root of the problems in America. The president says, “they’re...

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Salvador Hector Ochoa will assume the role of provost on July 2.

University selects Salvador Hector Ochoa to become the next provost

by David Santillan, Assistant News Editor // April 9, 2019

The search for the San Diego State’s next provost is over. University President Adela de la Torre announced in an April 8 campus-wide email that Salvador...

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Students pass the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts building at San Diego State University on March 28, 2019. The building was closed from odors because of roofing repairs.

Health concerns, complaints over noxious fumes prompt action by SDSU president

by Brad Racino, Lauren J. Mapp, and Bella Ross // April 3, 2019

This story is the product of a collaboration between The Daily Aztec and inewsource. Brad Racino is a senior investigative reporter for inewsource. More...

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University police investigating potential arson cases

University police investigating potential arson cases

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // March 15, 2019

The San Diego State University Police Department is investigating two fires that took place within an hour of each other on March 14 as potential arson...

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Senior guard Devin Watson pump fakes the defender during the Aztecs' game against UNLV on March 14.

Aztecs overcome poor shooting to escape with 63-55 win over UNLV, advance to semis of MWC Tournament

by Abraham Jewett, Sports Editor // March 14, 2019

Survive and advance was the name of the game for San Diego State men’s basketball during the quarterfinals of the Mountain West Tournament. SDSU was...

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Redshirt junior center Zayn Dornstauder looks to pass the ball during the Aztecs 87-81 loss to Fresno State on Jan. 23 at Viejas Arena.

Column: Women’s basketball must tinker with rotation for better results

by Daniel Farr, Staff Writer // March 6, 2019

San Diego State women’s basketball needs to shorten their rotation or take minutes away from certain players. SDSU’s ‘big three’ of Najé Murray,...

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