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Kelly Gardner, Digital Content Editor

Kelly is a senior at San Diego State University studying journalism with an emphasis in public relations and minoring in finance. Kelly previously wrote for the opinion section for two semesters and currently serves as the Digital Content Editor for the 2014-15 academic year.

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[VIDEO] Content of the Week

December 8, 2014

Best news stories of the semester, Study Abroad , Sports and a farewell for winter break! Check out this weeks Content of the Week!

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[VIDEO] Content of the Week

December 1, 2014

News on Skateboarding on campus, Winter break plans, Sports and a rapper donating his proceeds to charity. Check out this weeks 'Content of the Week'!

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[VIDEO] Content of the Week

November 24, 2014

Check out all thats happening this week with The Daily Aztec's Content Of the Week!

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[VIDEO] Content of the Week

November 17, 2014

Find out everything thats coming your way this week, with another edition of Content of the Week!

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[VIDEO] Content of the Week

November 10, 2014

Find out all things coming to you this week from your favorite newspaper The Daily Aztec!

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[VIDEO] Content of the Week

November 3, 2014

Find out whats coming in this weeks video sections!

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[VIDEO] Content of the Week

October 27, 2014

Find out what The Daily Aztec has to offer up this week!

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[VIDEO] Content of the Week (10-20-14)

October 20, 2014

Digital Content Editor Kelly Gardner gives a preview of the upcoming week's video and introduces a week long giveaway of Monster Bash Tickets for San Diego...

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[VIDEO] Content of the Week

October 13, 2014

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[VIDEO] Content of the Week 10-6-2014

October 6, 2014

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[VIDEO] Content of the Week

September 29, 2014

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[VIDEO] Weekly Content Sept. 22

[VIDEO] Weekly Content Sept. 22

September 22, 2014
The Daily Aztec is proud to launch a brand new video campaign, where we're bringing new life to the stories happening around campus. Check out our video page every Monday for a preview of what's to come throughout the week!
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Consumers are the key to driving down costs on green vehicles

July 1, 2014

With gas prices on the constant rise and no end in sight, hybrid and electric cars seem like the simple solution. So when Volkswagen recently released...

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10 things that are worse than your finals

10 things that are worse than your finals

May 8, 2014

As we enter the final stage of this semester, many Aztecs are dreading the inevitable stress, exhaustion and likely mental breakdowns that come with Finals....

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Porn Studies sheds light on taboo subject

‘Porn Studies’ sheds light on taboo subject

April 30, 2014

In March, the British publishing house Taylor & Francis announced the release of a new scholarly reviewed journal titled, “Porn Studies.” Yeah,...

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Students are missing out on essential life skills

Students are missing out on essential life skills

April 23, 2014

The phrase “growing up” entails many things. Usually, the first aspect that comes to mind is responsibility. I’m talking about­­ real, personal...

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Social Security or Social Insecurity? Millennials should watch out for future.

Social Security or Social Insecurity? Millennials should watch out for future.

April 16, 2014

As college students, we are in a transition from young adults with little responsibility to being the next young professionals. And while we might still...

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Watertop parks could be future trash solutions

Watertop parks could be future trash solutions

March 20, 2014

Global warming has caused a noticeable change in the actions and standards of our society. The destructive lifestyle of excessive producing, consuming...

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Women must strive for power to create change

Women must strive for power to create change

March 13, 2014

Women have been fighting for their place in the workforce for decades. And while some progress has undeniably been made, the fight for equality is an ongoing...

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Anti-sexual assault task force is an unsettling wake-up call

February 25, 2014

The stereotypes associated with college campuses have remained relatively consistent throughout the years. The average person would typically visualize...

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Embrace on-campus street art

Embrace on-campus street art

February 3, 2014

In the land of the free and home of the brave, we take pride in our ability to express ourselves. We see self-expression in all different forms, whether...

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Students should take smoking ban seriously

Students should take smoking ban seriously

January 6, 2014

They are small: about three inches long, rolled with white paper and generally come 20 to a pack. Depending on who you are, they may be considered either...

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Aimee Ah Warner, CEO and founder of Cannabis Basics, cooks up a batch of topical medications for pain relief, all legal, September 20, 2013, in Seattle. She has convened a group called Women of Weed because the marijuana industry and movement have long been male dominated. (Alan Berner/Seattle Times/MCT)

Let’s talk about medical marijuana, San Diego

November 24, 2013

During San Diego’s special mayoral election, it seems as if every question possible is being put on the table. One particularly hot topic in San Diego...

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Law school may not be a good idea

Law school may not be a good idea

November 18, 2013

Most students are used to having parents and peers encourage them to pursue the career of their dreams. We all know the saying, “If you love what you...

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Alvarez has potential, but isn’t ready for mayor gig

November 4, 2013

With the special election for San Diego’s next mayor just weeks away, the frontrunners have clearly emerged. Kevin Faulconer is leading the latest polls...

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SDSU needs sensible placement testing

November 2, 2013

Tests, tests and more tests. Sometime it feels as if all you do in college is constantly take exams. Whether its taking a test for a class, or taking a...

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Malala: education is a privilege and a right

October 21, 2013

Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai has been making global headlines recently for her courageous work in standing up for girls’ rights to education....

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Calif. economy needs higher education

Calif. economy needs higher education

October 7, 2013

"Pot, grass, tree, nug, weed, herb, ganja, Mary Jane, bud." People may hear these terms outside of class, but for some students this vocabulary isn’t...

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Education more important than defense spending in 2013

September 30, 2013

The average cost to support one soldier for one year in Afghanistan in 2012 was $850,000. For the same amount of money, 41 students could attend San Diego...

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YOLO mentality leads to false confidence, real regrets

September 18, 2013

Mary Jane walks in the door after a long day of school. Unsurprisingly, the girls are already pre-gaming for a toga party later that night. While taking...

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Censors violate student expression

Censors violate student expression

September 4, 2013

Do you have a voice? Well, feel free to speak up! We are fortunate to live in the U.S., where our right to speak freely is protected by the First Amendment....

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Students shouldn’t pay for fitness

August 29, 2013

As a recent transfer student stepping on to the beautiful San Diego State campus for the first time this fall, I arrived eager to explore the many opportunities...

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