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Aleah Jarin

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Senior Farewell: Aleah Jarin

May 5, 2021

If you told me a year ago, when I was contemplating joining The Daily Aztec, that I would get to write stories covering topics I love, have multiple front-page...

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A screenshot of Jazmine Rogers showcasing the concept of slow fashion to SDSU students.

Sustainable fashion advocate brings awareness to slow fashion

April 28, 2021

San Diego-based sustainable fashion and lifestyle advocate, Jazmine Rogers (@thatcurlytop), discussed the interconnectedness of fashion and sustainability...

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A photo of Kinesiology third-year student Jason Santos.

Jason Santos: sharing his story and celebrating LGBTQ+ pride

April 28, 2021

Kinesiology third-year Jason Santos, (he/him), woke up one morning ready to step into his true, authentic self on March 6, 2016. Santos didn’t know what...

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Screenshot from the interview with “Lovecraft Country” production designer Kalina Ivanov conducted by co-host Gabriel Adibe.

School of Journalism and Media Studies’ screening circle addresses social justice issues with “Lovecraft Country” 

March 10, 2021

The School of Journalism and Media Studies (JMS) analyzed scenes from episode one of HBOMax’s “Lovecraft Country” in its first-ever Screening Circle...

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Social media star Bretman Rock featured at influencer spotlight event

March 10, 2021

San Diego State welcomed 22-year-old social media beauty guru and YouTuber Bretman “DaBaddest” Rock at the Aztec Student Union Board's first-ever influencer...

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SDSU Alum’s short film makes it to Sundance Film Festival

February 24, 2021

San Diego State alum Luis Lopez, who graduated with a film production degree in fall 2019, debuted his short film documentary, “Dear Philadelphia,”...

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Graphic by Em Burgess.

You can’t dim my #BlackGirlMagic

February 10, 2021

I am in awe of Black women and everything we encompass.  Our power, our beauty, our resilience. Black women are capable of so many things and I’m...

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Students celebrate Black Pride in a different way in 2021

Students celebrate Black Pride in a different way in 2021

February 9, 2021

Though it’s officially recognized during the month of February, Black history is celebrated by the Black community every single day. However, when February...

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Anna Williams styled in a sweater vest and long sleeve button up combination (Photo credit: Anna Williams).

Column: New year, new fashion trends. Here’s what’s currently trending in the fashion world

January 29, 2021

2020 was an interesting year for fashion. With nowhere to go due to the pandemic, dressing up and putting together a full outfit was put on hold as comfy...

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Chris Alvarado Waipuk (left) and Jake Alvarado Waipuk (right) are looking to promote Kumeyaay nation and their traditions and stories to future generations.

Native Resource Center celebrates Kumeyaay New Year

October 3, 2020

San Diego State’s Native Resource Center celebrated Kumeyaay New Year with a Zoom meeting on Sept. 23 to discuss the significance of the holiday and...

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“All In: The Fight for Democracy” sheds light on voter suppression tactics

September 28, 2020

Amazon Studios’ latest documentary film “All In: The Fight for Democracy,” directed by Lisa Cortes and Liz Garbus, dives into the history of voter...

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SDSU partners with Amazon Studios for virtual premiere screening of “Chemical Hearts”

August 21, 2020

In partnership with San Diego State, Amazon Studios held a virtual premiere screening on August 19 via Amazon Screenings for the studio’s latest coming-of-age...

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A screenshot of the Black Resource Center Director Bonnie Reddick discussing the history of Juneteenth.

Black Resource Center and Afrikan Student Union host virtual Juneteenth celebrations

June 22, 2020

In honor of Juneteenth, a day that signifies the end of slavery in the U.S. as the last enslaved African Americans in Texas were liberated on June 19,...

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Fashion Fiends President has altered clothing to keep her busy during quarantine.

Shopping alternatives to stay styling during quarantine 

April 21, 2020

As stay-at-home orders continue to be upheld, many students are trying to find ways to pass the time. Online shopping is a popular pastime students may...

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The new identity center opened, but the reveal was delayed.

Native American campus community prepares for new Native Resource Center

March 21, 2020

San Diego State's Native American population will now have a home of its own on campus: the Native Resource Center. The Native Resource Center, along...

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Sex in the Dark was an event in the Aztec Student Union for all genders and sexualities.

Students’ sexual questions answered at incognito-mode event

February 27, 2020

Sitting in complete darkness, students of all sexual orientations got to anonymously ask sex educators questions they had related to sex at Planned Parenthood...

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Miles Watkins is afirst year public administration graduate student.

Students celebrate black pride and their experiences

February 19, 2020

Black History Month is a special time to reflect, appreciate and celebrate the many achievements of black figures throughout history and those who are...

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The club took a group photo at their latest meeting.

Fashion Fiends only

February 3, 2020

San Diego State recently gained a new fashion club.   Fashion Fiends is SDSU’s only official fashion organization that revolves around creativity...

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