The Daily Aztec

Editorial: Journalism layoffs put democracy in danger

by The Editorial Board

January 30, 2019

The fourth estate, once again, is at stake. This last week was extremely disappointing and discouraging for journalists in the United States. Around 1,000 journalists were laid off by BuzzFeed and other media organizations ow...

Editorial: Greeks need to get it together

by The Editorial Board

November 28, 2018

Greek life at San Diego State is in a crisis. In November 2017, Phi Kappa Theta, which counted A.S. President Chris Thomas among its members, was kicked off campus for a minimum of seven years after repeated violations of the...

Special commentary: Lack of voter involvement in A.S. elections more complex issue than it seems, editorial missed the mark

by Chloe Sension

May 2, 2018

The editorial about Associated Students elections published a few weeks ago fails to recognize the shared blame of the lack of involvement in the A.S. elections this semester, the ineffective A.S. governmental structure and th...

Letter: Public relations and propaganda are not interchangeable

March 7, 2018

The editorial, University has a clear transparency problem, was  great. Just one note, however, that I must raise with you in my capacity as a public relations educator, editor of the Journal of Public Relations Research an...

EDITORIAL: Media will not be intimidated into silence

by The Editorial Board

January 27, 2017

We’re the biggest punching bag in politics, but we can take it. Just don’t expect us not to swing back.

Editorial: We stand by our decision to run the David Horowitz ad

by Editorial Board

May 4, 2016

Recently, several students and members of the media have criticized The Daily Aztec’s decision to run an advertisement purchased by the David Horowitz Freedom Center. The advertisement in question ran in our April 20 issue, shor...

Editorial: Support full-time faculty

by Editorial

September 2, 2015

The California Faculty Association was in negotiations with California State University management to increase faculty pay, but their requests were denied one day after the Board of Trustees voted on a 2-percent salary increase...