The Daily Aztec

Trolley system allows safety to coast by

by Anna Waletzko, Staff Columnist

April 9, 2015

It’s well known that San Diego State isn’t located in the safest part of the city. For many factors, some of which are uncontrollable, our campus is in the scene of frequent crimes. In a 2012 study by Business Insider,...

Safety policies need freshening

by Anthony Berteaux and Courtney White

April 9, 2015

Each year, incoming students have many initial perceptions about the institution they are about to become a part of. San Diego State is often associated with having a beautiful campus, an infamous reputation for being a party...

Crime alerts: racism or reality?

by Anthony Berteaux, Senior Staff Columnist

September 22, 2014

Nearly 50 years after the Civil Rights movement, without a doubt, our country is still at war with itself when it comes to racial and injustice issues resulting from race-based discrimination. Hundreds of years of structural oppre...

Crime alerts: racism or reality? (II)

by Marissa Ochoa, Staff Columnist

September 22, 2014

My phone vibrates with the most recent alert, I receive an email with the subject line reading “SDSU Crime Alert.” Random emails continually pop up from the SDSU Police Department informing the student body of any recent crimes...