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Give international students a chance

by Tori Hahn, Staff Columnist

October 2, 2015

It's no secret that international students flock to palm tree-studded and sunshine-suffocated San Diego State to live out their study abroad dreams. But their expectations may fall short when the American students of SDSU seem...

Aztec mascot debate could make a return

by Maddy Perello, Contributor

September 18, 2015

The Washington Redskins have been a controversial mascot yearly, but this year a federal judge ordered the cancellation of the trademark. Though it will be a lengthy appeals process, the team could be forced to change their name. A...

Interview with San Diego street artist Mario Torero

by Staff

December 5, 2010

Mario Torero is a San Diego artist who became a prominent leader during the Chicano movement in the 1970s. He has become a highly influential muralist during the last 40 years. Daily Aztec: What year did you graduate from San...

Allow street art on walls of new Aztec Center

by Staff

December 5, 2010

Courtesy of Leo Castaneda Call it the working man's art exhibit: a pandemic of posters featuring a stark black and white face staring grimly outward; a vibrant space invader tiled underneath a freeway overpass; an image of the pop...

The US must bring civics into the classroom

by Staff

December 5, 2010

Most of us weren't even in high school when the Twin Towers fell. Since then, our country has faced many crises. Hurricane Katrina, corporate corruption, the great recession and the BP oil spill are just a few of the disasters we...

Proposing the big question

by Staff

December 5, 2010

Artwork courtesy of Taylor Stookey It's the day every girl dreams of. Church bells, a beautiful white gown and the person you're devoted to spending the rest of your life with is standing proudly by your side. All eyes are on ...

SDSU competes with UC research

by Staff

November 30, 2010

Thanks to San Diego State's dedicated researchers, students and faculty, the boat of our "trade school" reputation has been seriously rocked. Our BioScience Center has implemented practical futuristic technology in its medical st...

Credit card debt plagues college students

by Staff

November 30, 2010

Sean Moyer dreamed of attending law school. He was a National Merit Scholar, studying at Oklahoma University. When Moyer was just a freshman, he reached for the common credit card crutch to try to support himself through school. Wi...

Illegal immigrants allowed in-state tuition

by Staff

November 30, 2010

It's nothing new: California is in the throes of a major budget crisis. There have been numerous attempts and countless theories attempting to pull us out of the hole we've fallen into. The next big thing: Recruitment of out-of-state st...

Opinion Cartoons: 12-1-10

by Staff

November 30, 2010

CUT THE BULL: Facebook Places threatens personal privacy

by Staff

September 12, 2010

Facebook stalking has seriously been updated to Peeping Tom status. While one of the major functions of Facebook is its seemingly unlimited potential to share personal information, the border of common decency was crossed wi...