The Daily Aztec

East County’s outdoor adventures prove challenging

June 25, 2012

Now that it’s summer, students finally have time to explore San Diego. There’s no better way to do that than to try a few new hikes in East County. Many students trekked through Torrey Pines State Reserve and Mission T...

Military event auctions ‘A Few Good Men’

by Ani Araya

March 14, 2012

Spring doesn’t officially begin until Tuesday, but love is already in the air for active military bachelors who participated in the first annual “A Few Good Men” Bachelor Auction at Pacific Beach Shore Club. The event was sponsored by the Veterans Research Corporation and sought to raise money for military medical research w...

I Heart My Balls teste-fies for vital research

by Chris Pocock

March 14, 2012

San Diego State student Josh Delgado and his brother Jacob have done something extraordinarily unconventional. At ages 22 and 24 respectively, they’ve created their own start-up business and are hoping to get the support of students on campus. But what’s truly unconventional about this start-up? It’s an organization that inte...

SDSU student freshens pages of Seventeen

by Stephanie Schauer

December 12, 2011

San Diego State freshman, Rebecca Romero, anticipated the start of a new chapter in her life: college. However, the exciting wake-up call she received during the summer from the New York City offices of the popular teen maga...

SAE race team accelerates competition

by Kambra Potter

October 26, 2011

A need for speed combined with powerful ingenuity is quickly accelerating at San Diego State. Car enthusiasts with a competitive edge may find the Aztec Racing Formula SAE Team is just the type of organization they’ve been looking for to fulfill their dreams of building and racing ca...

Organization elects for variation in politics

by Brittany Fasano

October 26, 2011

Election season may only be a distant blip in students’ consciousness, but soon enough, registered voters will have to make the choice of which politician they love, or simply dislike the least. In a country of more than 300 million people dispersed throughout 50 geographically and culturally...

Student honored for work with refugees

by Kambra Potter

October 11, 2011

It is no secret San Diego is often considered a paradise. However, for thousands of Somali refugees, San Diego is literally a paradisiacal escape. This city is the second largest Somali and East African refugee community in the nation. Nearly...

Walu idea offers villages a cleaner reality

by Sydnee Brooker

April 28, 2011

In 2007, best friends Zack Parker and Taylor Paul arrived in Lido, Papua New Guinea in search of the perfect wave. Although the young travelers were ecstatic to find what they were looking for, they were distraught by what they did not find — el...

TailGate Beer brews craft flavor into a can

by Miranda Adler

April 28, 2011

TailGate Beer, founded by San Diego State alumnus Wesley Keegan, is stirring things up in the world of craft beer. San Diego’s first craft beer offered in a can, TGB is nonpareil in its original flavor, portability and price, created for the e...

Kardashian venture competes for online gamers

by Miranda Adler

April 28, 2011

All it takes to keep up with Rob Kardashian is a gaming console and Internet connection. Kardashian’s newest business venture,, is an online gaming platform where console gamers compete against each other with the latest PlayStatio...

A hybrid of sustainability with business on SDSU campus with e3

by Amy Devito

February 20, 2011

The Enviro-Business Society has strived to make San Diego State more sustainable by implementing positive contributions and empowering students to become involved in their environment. Students can utilize e3’s resources and accomplishments as an avenue ...