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History professor Elizabeth Pollard's new course on comic books, Conquering Social Issues Through Comic Studies (HIST-157), begins this fall semester.

History professor creates new course on comic books

by Juniper Perkins, Senior Staff Writer // August 27, 2020

Comic lovers can bring their passion to the virtual classroom with a new history course at San Diego State this year. Conquering Social Issues Through...

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JMS classes aren’t doing enough

Most of the graduating seniors on The Daily Aztec’s editorial board are students in JMS. We know the territory. We know what’s taught in these classes. There...

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More than 37,000 joined in downtown San Diego in January 2018 for the second annual Women's March.

New women’s studies course examines #MeToo movement

by Aretha Matsushima, Staff Writer // November 15, 2018

In the midst of the #MeToo movement, San Diego State’s women’s studies department is stepping aside from their usual curriculum to offer a special...

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Archaeologist shapes the future

Archaeologist shapes the future

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // September 28, 2016

Although Isaac Ullah is a new anthropology professor at San Diego State, he is a seasoned archaeologist using his experiences to drive his teaching. A...

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New stacked courses program encourages collaboration among SDSU's academic departments

New stacked courses program encourages collaboration among SDSU’s academic departments

by Cami Buckman, Senior Staff Writer // February 5, 2016

Like orange juice and toothpaste, there are certain things that should never be paired together. Like this nasty combination, it seems that courses centered...

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Waitlist to end crashing classes

Waitlist to end crashing classes

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer // January 20, 2016

San Diego State implemented a new waitlist feature that will say “goodbye to crashing” forever. Associated Students requested and initiated this...

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Rate My Professors misses the point

by Maddy Perello, Contributor // August 20, 2015

Rate My Professors is an über-popular professor-rating site on which students write reviews based on class quality, easiness and perceived sexiness. Each...

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Don't procrastinate the end of procrastination

Don’t procrastinate the end of procrastination

by Marissa Ochoa // March 26, 2014

I remember the beginning of the semester like it was yesterday. I had my notebooks organized and I told myself this semester was going to be different....

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