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San Diego State women's soccer senior midfielder Chloe Frisch shoots the ball during the Aztecs' 3-2 over Nevada on March 5, 2021 at the SDSU Sports Deck.

For women’s soccer, another chance at a Mountain West title is a long time coming

by Devin Whatley, Arts & Culture Editor // April 17, 2021

In August 2020, San Diego State women’s soccer players were undergoing phases of voluntary workouts, preparing for their upcoming fall season and another...

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Houston and Tezino return to the Mesa with hopes of second chance in NFL

by Amber Salas, Senior Staff Writer // April 1, 2021

San Diego State football returned two former players to the practice field on Thursday with hopes of getting a second chance to pursue the opportunity...

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Viejas Arena becomes new COVID-19 vaccination site

by Angela Kurysh // March 23, 2021

The Daily Aztec's multimedia editor Angela Kurysh went to Viejas Arena after San Diego County announced a new vaccination site opening on campus.

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2021 AS Election Debate: Executive VP

by Catlan Nguyen and Katelynn Robinson // March 20, 2021

Moderated by The Daily Aztec’s Assistant News Editor Katelynn Robinson and Social Media editor Catlan Nguyen, the two candidates for Executive Vice President...

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2021 AS Election Debate: President

by Brenden Tuccinardi and Catlan Nguyen // March 20, 2021

Moderated by The Daily Aztec’s Editor in Chief Brenden Tuccinardi and Social Media Editor Catlan Nguyen, the two candidates running for Associated Student...

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2021 AS Election Debate: VP University Affairs

by Catlan Nguyen and Katelynn Robinson // March 17, 2021

Moderated by The Daily Aztec’s social media editor Catlan Nguyen and assistant news editor Katelynn Robinson, the candidates for Vice President of University...

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2021 AS Election Debate: VP External Relations

by Brenden Tuccinardi and Jadyn Brandt // March 16, 2021

Moderated by The Daily Aztec’s editor in chief Brenden Tuccinardi and news editor Jadyn Brandt, the two candidates for Vice President of External Relations,...

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2021 AS Election Debate: VP Financial Affairs

by Brenden Tuccinardi and Jadyn Brandt // March 16, 2021

Moderated by The Daily Aztec’s editor in chief Brenden Tuccinardi and news editor Jadyn Brandt, the two candidates for Vice President of Financial Affairs,...

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Yna Pineda performing an original song accompanied with graphic design illustrations from Kenzie Barnickle. Screenshot courtesy of More Than Music.

Aztec Music Group, SDSU Rotaract team up for ‘More Than Music’ festival

by Catlan Nguyen, Social Media Editor // February 23, 2021

The flashing lights.  The feeling of excitement and anticipation in the air.  Being connected to your community. These are all aspects regular...

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San Diego State baseball players look towards the field from the dugout during the Aztecs' 4-1 win over Iowa on Feb. 21, 2020 at Tony Gwynn Stadium.

New year for SDSU baseball means no fans and newcomers

by Reese Savoie and Jenna Meyer // February 18, 2021

The future is bright for San Diego State baseball.  With opening day just around the corner, the Aztecs have garnered a lot of attention, recognizing...

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Dr. Shirley Weber’s path toward history: From SDSU professor to California Secretary of State

by Jayne Yutig, Staff Writer // February 18, 2021

California Secretary of State Shirley Weber is used to this. The shattering of glass ceilings, the breaking of records and the messages of congratulations....

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Undergraduate, graduate and international students discuss their reasons for taking a leave of absence during the Spring 2021 semester. Weston Robertson (top left), Zoe Jones (top right), Ornella Rossi (bottom left) and Jeannette Espinoza (bottom right).

Students plan to take semester off after first full semester of online learning

by Catlan Nguyen, Social Media Editor // December 10, 2020

As San Diego State students are reaching the end of their first semester amidst a pandemic, many have decided to take next semester off. 971 students...

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