The Daily Aztec

Special commentary: Equal education for minorities still lacking, needs to be addressed

by Ana Vazquez

May 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Special Commentary

There are times when I walk to class, and I pay close attention to the faces I pass. I focus closely on the movements they make, their eyes, their hands and their hair. There are times when I walk to class, and I look at the w...

SDSU graduation rate growth proves advancements made over the past few years

by Cassidy McCombs, Senior Staff Writer

April 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Many seniors have their eyes locked on graduation, juniors are debating the final planning stages of their last year and other San Diego State students are continuing to build their resumes with internships and work experience...

U.S. is in crisis and turning to European ideals can be the solution

by Ryan Price, Contributor

March 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

It was apparent after I spent a semester in Germany how negatively Americans are perceived by Europeans right now. Talking to a diverse range of Europeans made it clear people from all over the world are losing trust and resp...

Letter: Colleges need to hire more Conservative professors

by Wayne Lela

January 24, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The San Diego State College Republicans have put out a list of 15 professors they say students should avoid because they have an agenda when presenting course material. Kudos to the College Republicans. This should be happening on...

Unreasonable backlash against new ‘Black Minds Matter’ course at SDSU lacks tact

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Writer

September 13, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Many people like to think that K-12 schools in America are the pillars of fairness. However —  for young black men and boys — statistics show otherwise. According to the National Education Association black boys are ...

New prep program aids future educators

by Georgina Vargas, Staff Writer

January 18, 2017

Filed under News

San Diego State is being awarded close to $750,000 in grants to expand its education program and create a four-year teacher preparation program. SDSU received three grants from the Commission on Teacher Credentialing, the most out ...

Prop 58 important for multilingual learners

by Andrea López-Villafaña, Assistant Mundo Editor

October 19, 2016

Filed under Mundo Azteca, Opinion

In November, voters will decide on Proposition 58, the “English Proficiency and Multilingual Education Initiative.” If passed, it would give California school districts the ability to teach non-native English speakers with...