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A photo of Roxana Becerril from her trip to Lake Tahoe, CA.

[Photo] Senior Farewell: Roxana Becerril

December 9, 2020

A photo of Roxana Becerril from her trip to Lake Tahoe, CA.

The Daily Aztec took home second place in the Best College Newspaper category at the San Diego Press Club's annual awards.

The Daily Aztec wins second place for ‘Best College Newspaper’ in 47th Annual Excellence in Journalism Awards

November 2, 2020

The Daily Aztec added one more recognition to its growing list of awards this week: second place for “Best College Newspaper” in the 47th Annual Excellence...

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Ways to support the Black Lives Matter movement without attending protests

Ways to support the Black Lives Matter movement without attending protests

June 30, 2020

On May 25, George Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man accused of buying cigarettes with a counterfeit $20 bill, took his final breath while handcuffed and pinned...

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Students with disabilities voice concerns about virtual learning accommodations

Students with disabilities voice concerns about virtual learning accommodations

May 7, 2020

It has been more than a month since San Diego State transitioned from in-person instruction to virtual learning platforms, and students with disabilities...

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Protestors gather in Downtown San Diego in opposition to California Governor Gavin Newsom's stay-at-home order on April 18. The protest persisted despite local regulations limiting large gatherings.

Opinion: Protests against stay-at-home orders put public health at risk

April 22, 2020

It was an ordinary day in quarantine for me on Saturday, April 18. As a firm believer of stay-at-home orders and the importance of flattening the curve...

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This is an example of an organized and creative workspace you can do at your own residence.

Tips for working at home and being productive while under quarantine

April 8, 2020

Loud neighbors, slow wifi and a pet that’s too cute to ignore are just a few of the obstacles that might stand between you and the work that has to be...

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SDSU asks chronically ill, older adults to stay home; ARC to close temporarily

SDSU asks chronically ill, older adults to stay home; ARC to close temporarily

March 15, 2020

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has issued new restrictions for California, according to an email sent by President Adela de la Torre on Sunday night. The...

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Xavier Viramontes created the

[Photo] Celebrating 50 years of art activism with print exhibit

February 25, 2020

Xavier Viramontes created the "Boycott Grapes" poster.

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Here are a couple examples of gifts you can get for people who love words of affirmation.

Gifts for the five love languages

December 11, 2019

The time of the year when gift guides saturate the internet has officially arrived.  Lists of best-selling pajamas to gift the entire family and...

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Philosophy group toasts to locals’ unique experiences 

Philosophy group toasts to locals’ unique experiences 

December 8, 2019

In a white picket-fenced home in South Park, a community organization called Toast joined together on Nov. 18 to celebrate the life philosophy of Adriana...

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'Chicana Stardust' rompe estereotipos

‘Chicana Stardust’ rompe estereotipos

December 4, 2019

La comunidad de San Diego asistió al estreno de 'Chicana Stardust', cortometraje independiente, dirigido y escrito  por los cineastas Benjamin Huerta...

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San Diego's first Wonderfront Festival where land and sea met art and music

San Diego’s first Wonderfront Festival where land and sea met art and music

December 4, 2019

It was a three-day wave of art and music at the first-ever Wonderfront Music and Arts Festival. Using the area where the San Diego Bay meets the city...

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[Video] SDSU community members attend premiere of “Chicana Stardust”

December 1, 2019

Digital Gym Cinema holds the premiere of a short sci-fi film called "Chicana Stardust." SDSU students and alumi attended the event.

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Their pottery takes on natural body figures.

Student finds self-love through “Naked Ceramics”

November 20, 2019

The most recurring love stories often deal with a similar narrative: a connection between two people sparks, grows and they eventually fall in love.  After...

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Women’s Resource Center encourages healing through creativity

November 13, 2019

San Diego State’s Women’s Resource Center opened its doors for its “Healing Through Crafts” event on Thursday, Oct. 7 to encourage students...

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Students made veggie bowls.

C.H.E.F. offers free cooking classes to students with healthy recipes

November 6, 2019

For some college students, life on campus may be a confined space with limited cooking appliances, such as a microwave and mini fridge. Depending on creativity...

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Maria Amor hablando con invitados que atendieron su 
presentación en SDSU el sábado, 19 de octubre.

La importancia de conquistar el corazón del consumidor Latino en EEUU

October 30, 2019

El pasado 19 de octubre, Maria Amor, vicepresidente de Havas Formulatin, una agencia hispana de relaciones públicas, realizó una presentación sobre...

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Over 30 people attended the opening ceremony for Luis Gonzalez Palma's new exhibit.

Latin American artist creates stories with photos and string

October 23, 2019

Over 250 attendees brought the inauguration of Luis González Palma’s solo show to life,  experiencing art from his Latin American perspective at...

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Economics senior Kevin Woods shops at the new Trader Joe's in South Campus Plaza.

Trader Joe’s tours promote well-being and healthy eating

October 16, 2019

In a nation where the cuisine is arguably dominated by fast-food chains, committing to a diet that is both nutritious and affordable might sound like a...

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Tacos from the Crack Taco Shop.

Crack Taco Shop cooks up its famous “crack tri-tip” tacos

October 9, 2019

Taco Tuesdays are a weekly festivity taken very seriously in my Mexican household. Although postponed to a Thursday, my latest “Taco Tuesday” took...

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