The Daily Aztec

Opinion: Haters hate; Skaters skate

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer

February 7, 2018

Filed under Arts & Culture, The Back Page

Attention all skaters: San Diego State police are cracking down on skating by handing out tickets left and right. At the beginning of every new semester, there always seems to be a revamp of security and signs to dissuade skaters f...

Revisiting my hometown through ‘Lady Bird’

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer

November 29, 2017

Filed under Arts & Culture, The Back Page

In April 2013, the Sacramento Kings were preparing to pack up and permanently relocate to Seattle, after a prolonged combination of embarrassing seasons, disappointing draft picks and poor ownership, much to the frustration of its...

The Doctor will see you now

by Ahmad Dixon, Staff Writer

September 27, 2017

Filed under Arts & Lifestyle, The Back Page

Premiering in November of 1963, “Doctor Who” is one of the longest running television shows in the history of the medium. First conceived as an educational program for young children, the show would go through several transformations,...

Twin Peaks: The Return’s transcendent interpretation of time

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer

September 20, 2017

Filed under Arts & Culture

“What year is this?” Special Agent Dale Cooper asks an alternate-reality Laura Palmer, who has no memory of Twin Peaks, Washington and only knows herself as Carrie Paige, as he staggers in the middle of the street in front...

A tale of two Taylors

by Mary York, Digital Sports Editor

September 8, 2017

Filed under Arts & Culture

Taylor Swift’s new single “Look What You Made Me Do” is being decried by every cynic and crowd-following coward as proof that our perfect country princess has finally gone totally nuts. “Has anyone checked on Taylor lately?”...

A tale of two Taylors

by Mary York, Digital Sports Editor

September 6, 2017

Filed under Arts & Culture

Taylor Swift’s new single “Look What You Made Me Do” is being decried by every cynic and crowd-following coward as proof that our perfect country princess has finally gone totally nuts. “Has anyone checked on Taylor lately?”...

Confessions of a starving college student

by Mary York, Digital Sports Editor

August 26, 2017

Filed under Arts & Culture

From the time we are pencil-pushing middle schoolers, we are told the end goal of our young lives is to make it to a university somewhere. In high school, through movies and media (and our older sibling’s friends at that...

Hip-hop offers needed ray of light

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer

December 7, 2016

Filed under Arts & Culture, Arts & Lifestyle, The Back Page

Let’s face it, it’s been a year of L’s. With an excruciating election, a number of heartbreaking celebrity deaths and the lamest summer movies in recent memory dominating the news cycle, everyone has been eagerly waiting f...