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Music brings conflicts to rest

by Ilgin Karlidag

October 22, 2012

The Jewish Studies Program at San Diego State presented a musical event on Oct. 17 called , “The Songs of Sarajevo: Music of the Jews, Muslims and Christians,” showing music has the power to connect people despite rel...

Aztecs learn how to detect breast cancer early on

by Ana Ceballos

October 22, 2012

On Oct. 18, San Diego State became the first university affiliated with an event promoting prevention and early detection of breast cancer. Think Pink @ SDSU took place inside the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center, wit...

Cultural orgs silently protest A.S. restructuring

by Arturo Garcia Sierra

October 22, 2012

Student members of San Diego State cultural organizations and the Resi- dence Hall Association demonstrated against Associated Students’ governmental restructure at last week’s A.S. Council meeting by wearing red du...

SDSU upsets Nevada in overtime

by Hilal Haider

October 22, 2012

The San Diego State football team entered Saturday’s game against the University of Nevada. Reno ready to show the nation and the Mountain West Conference its previous two blowout victories in the last two weeks were not flukes. ...

SDSU has hidden geocaches on campus

by Stephanie Saccente

October 18, 2012

The popular outdoor adventure game known as geocaching connects participants around the world with a modern treasure hunting expedition. Members of the geocaching community hide caches of treasures in abstract places for ...

Retired professors donate $2.4 mil

by Alicia Chavez

October 18, 2012

San Diego State’s Musical Theatre program received a $2.4 million donation from professors emeriti, Carey Wall and Terry O’Donnell, last week. The two joined forces to make the contribution in order to help the program...

Use public transit to reduce gas dependence

by Caitlin Johnson

October 17, 2012

I had a epiphany recently as I stood at the gas pump, numbers eat away at my bank account. I realized this trend of rising gas prices isn’t going to disappear. It might make gradual descents sometime in the near future, but h...

Office Hours: Jennifer Imazeki, economics

by Leonardo Castaneda

October 17, 2012

This week, The Daily Aztec is starting a new series called Office Hours, featuring interviews with San Diego State professors discussing current news topics. These experts explain everything from local elections to international...

Newest Aztec Warrior talks to DA

by Stacey Oparnica

October 17, 2012

San Diego State welcomes its newest Aztec Warrior, 20-year-old Kyle Anderberg. Originally from San Jose, the civil engineering junior competed against four other finalists on Oct. 1 at the Parma Payne Alumni Goodall Center a...

Texan student sues university

by Tara Millspaugh

October 17, 2012

Abigail Fisher, a 22-year-old white woman from a long family line of Texas Longhorns expected to receive her acceptance letter in the mail from University of Texas. When she was denied enrollment, Fisher sued UT on the basis...

Art comes alive at Chicano Park

by Christian Benavides

October 17, 2012

Unity, pride, culture—all words flowing through the concrete walls of Chicano Park. Chicano Park, located near the intersection of Logan Avenue and Cesar E. Chavez Parkway, is more than a typical neighborhood park wi...

Taking more than 16 units may cost more

by Donna P. Crilly

October 17, 2012

Students who plan to sign up for more than 16 units in the spring semester may have to pay additional fees. In November, the California State University Board of Trustees will vote on whether to charge an additional $372 per...