The Daily Aztec

Letter to the editor: Campus efforts falling short

April 30, 2015

Nassim Moallem Co-Chair of the Student Subcommittee of the Sexual Violence Task Force, President of the Andrea O’Donnell Womyn’s Outreach Association We live in a culture of violence. It means we tend not to think twic...

Survey results: Ignorance

by Elpin Keshishzadeh and Courtney White

April 30, 2015

Sexual assault took center stage at San Diego State last semester, but the latter half of spring 2015 took a surprising turn when the school took its first impressionable step toward combating sexual assault concerns. A sexual viol...

Crime beat: two sexual assaults, unusual 911 call

by Jamie Ballard, Staff Writer

April 29, 2015

A man harassed students outside the library on April 21 at 1:18 p.m., accusing them of being members of the Islamic State, according to a campus police bulletin. Several hours later, at about 6 p.m. in Parking Structure 1,...

A not-so-straight sexual assault dialogue

by Anthony Berteaux, Assistant Opinion Editor

April 16, 2015

The discourse surrounding college sexual assault this past year has addressed valid points about how complicated and pervasive the issue has become across the nation. Some have argued the effectiveness of an affirmative consent bill within the college judicial system, while others have questioned the judicial sys...

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...

Follow Oklahoma’s lead and take action when fraternities get out of hand

by KC Stanfield, Staff Columnist

March 27, 2015

It feels like the cycle was never-ending; a fraternity does something stupid and the university gives a slap on the wrist, and case closed. But this wasn’t the case for Sigma Alpha Epsilon at Oklahoma University. After...