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The SDSU Symphony Orchestras performance of Firebird Suite was one of the nights highlights.

‘Nothing Gold Can Stay’ concert unites San Diego State’s best symphonic talents

by Marian Cuevas, Staff Writer // November 11, 2021

On Nov. 4, the San Diego State Wind Symphony and Symphony Orchestra performed their “Nothing Gold Can Stay” concert downtown in Balboa Theatre. The...

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9/11 Remembrance Ceremony honors fallen heroes, commemorates 20 years since tragic attack

by Noé Sandoval, Mundo Azteca Editor // September 15, 2021

On Monday, Sept. 13, San Diego State held a remembrance ceremony for the Sept. 11, 2001  attacks by the flagpole in Campanile Walkway in front of Hepner...

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Screen shot shows President Adela de la Torre and senate members on Zoom meeting.

Students and parents strongly oppose faculty request for online switch

by Jadyn Brandt, Senior Staff Writer // September 15, 2021

San Diego State’s University Senate proposed giving faculty the choice to change their courses to fully virtual instruction without dean approval for...

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Students and families gather for convocation in Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre.

SDSU hosts first in-person convocation since 2019

by Adam Correa, Contributor // August 25, 2021

At 5:30 p.m, Friday, Aug. 20 the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre filled with incoming students from the Professional Studies and Fine Arts and...

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Hall of Justice located in downtown San Diego where lawsuit is available for public viewing.

Trial date for lawsuit set regarding freshman death

by Catlan Nguyen and Jayne Yutig // August 25, 2021

On Aug. 6, the San Diego County Superior Court set a trial date for the wrongful death lawsuit of a 19-year-old San Diego State freshman who died in 2019. Initially...

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Production Night is The Daily Aztecs weekly news podcast that is pulling back the curtain on San Diego States student newsroom. Writers, editors and guests will discuss the weeks biggest stories and invite listeners into the action.

Production Night: All Star Debut

by Sara Rott, Staff Writer // July 18, 2021

The Daily Aztec podcast host and staff writer Sara Rott is joined by multimedia assistant editor Jayne Yutig in the latest episode of Production Night. Yutig...

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Construction crews put symbolic final steel beam into Aztec Stadium

by Andrew Finley, Assistant Sports Editor // July 18, 2021

The San Diego State University campus expansion in Mission Valley reached a milestone achievement on July 14 as steel workers inserted the final steel...

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San Diego State University President Adela de la Torre addresses the attendees of her inauguration in 2019.

Letter: In Honor of the 2020 and 2021 SDSU Graduates

by Adela de la Torre, SDSU President // May 5, 2021

To our SDSU graduates, When we honor you later this month, know that you are making history. As much as this last year will be remembered for its many...

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SDSU President’s Lecture Series was meant to foster diplomacy, but was more like propaganda 

SDSU President’s Lecture Series was meant to foster diplomacy, but was more like propaganda 

by Brandon Balayan, Staff Writer // March 26, 2021

There are stark differences between promoting diplomacy and propaganda, and San Diego State seems to have difficulty discerning between the two.  On...

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San Diego State President Adela de la Torre walks toward guests after a flag raising ceremony in June 2018.

Adela de la Torre’s triennial review approaches

by Katelynn Robinson, Assistant News Editor // March 1, 2021

Every three years the president of a California State University is required to have their triennial review. This year it is President of San Diego State,...

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Dylan Hernandez, a freshman at SDSU, died on Nov. 8 after falling off his bunk bed in his dorm room. He had attended a fraternity party before the incident.

San Diego State, CSU, Phi Gamma Delta sued for negligence in death of SDSU freshman Dylan Hernandez

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // December 2, 2020

Content Warning: Detailed descriptions of hazing Last week, the father of Dylan Hernandez – the San Diego State freshman who died last year – ...

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San Diego State womens rowing practices in the fog in Mission Bay.

Women’s rowing program discontinued due to financial impacts, gender equity

by Kyle Betz, Sports Editor // November 20, 2020

Earlier this summer, San Diego State women’s rowing head coach Bill Zack said the program is aiming for its best-ever finish in conference competition. “We...

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