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Finances shouldn't hold students back from study abroad opportunities

Finances shouldn’t hold students back from study abroad opportunities

by Karlene Sanchez, Staff Writer // September 4, 2019

Studying abroad is a beautiful way to broaden your horizons.  Experiencing the cultures and traditions practiced in another country, whether the people...

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We should celebrate our bodies

We should celebrate our bodies

by Shayne Jones, Staff Writer // August 26, 2019

I hold my stomach when I walk.   Three fingers press tentatively into the supple flesh and hold it firm, as if it were about to run away. I hold my...

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Sophomore Rafael Gonzalez Almazan prepares to swing his racket during the Aztecs 4-3 victory over Nevada at the Aztec Tennis Center on April 13.

International tennis player chases passion across pond

by Cole Hanson, Staff Writer // April 18, 2018

In August of 2016, San Diego State men’s tennis player Rafael Gonzalez Almazan was faced with a decision that would forever change his life: leaving...

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Members of Vetusta Morla pose in a group photo.

ALBUM REVIEW: Alt-rock Spanish band brings energy and heart in its newest album

by Stacy Marquez, Staff Writer // January 29, 2018

Composed with a melody of percussion, strings and vocals, Vetusta Morla’s fourth studio album, “Mismo Sitio, Distinto Lugar,” evokes unique Spanish...

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Lecciones de estudiar en otro país

Lecciones de estudiar en otro país

by Emely Navarro, Escritora internacional // May 3, 2017

Hasta ahora, mis artículos para Mundo Azteca han principalmente criticado otros países que he visitado. Parte de la razón es porque quería pintar...

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Photo of Parc Güell in Barcelona by Emely Navarro

More than stamps on my passport

by Emely Navarro, International Staff Writer // May 3, 2017

Over the past four months I have written several articles as an international staff writer for The Daily Aztec. These articles largely consisted of me...

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El miedo de estudiar en Europa

El miedo de estudiar en Europa

by Emely Navarro, Escritora internacional // February 8, 2017

¿Cómo me siento ahora que estoy en España en una casa que será mi hogar por los próximos cinco meses? Actualmente me siento emocionada, pero si...

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Overcoming political fears in Spain

Overcoming political fears in Spain

by Emely Navarro, International Staff Writer // February 8, 2017

I’m finally in Spain, my home for the next five months. Right now I feel excited, but if you asked me four days ago, I would have said I felt petrified....

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Spain: An emotional journey begins

by Emely Navarro, News Editor // December 14, 2016

I cried writing this article because for the first time this semester it actually hit me like a brick wall: in 48 days I am going to get on a plane and...

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Exploring study abroad options after not meeting language requirements

Exploring study abroad options after not meeting language requirements

by Zach Engberg, Assistant Sports Editor // October 26, 2016

Many students are set on wanting to study abroad in one certain country, like Spain, that they overlook the language requirement and limit themselves to...

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Paris and Bangkok offer an entrepreneurial study abroad experience

Paris and Bangkok offer an entrepreneurial study abroad experience

by Conor Nordberg, Staff Writer // February 27, 2015

San Diego State has long had a penchant for great study abroad programs, having been rated in the top 25 universities nationwide by the Institute of International...

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SDSU Liberal Studies sends students to Spain this summer

SDSU Liberal Studies sends students to Spain this summer

by Emely Navarro, Staff Writer // February 25, 2015

The San Diego State liberal studies department is offering a faculty-led study abroad program in Granada, Spain this summer. This month-long program...

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