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Camille Lozano

Camille Lozano, Assistant News Editor

Camille Lozano is the Assistant News Editor for The Daily Aztec. She started as a news writer in the summer of 2013. Camille will graduate with a B.A. in journalism in May 2015 and aspires to become an investigative and education reporter.

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Senior farewell: Camille Lozano

Senior farewell: Camille Lozano

May 7, 2015

I would not feel like an Aztec without The Daily Aztec. This little but strong student newspaper has made my time here truly memorable and it has been...

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Sexual assault reported to SDSU police

March 22, 2015

A sexual assault was reported to San Diego State police at 5:18 p.m. Saturday, according to a media bulletin. The assault, reported as sexual battery,...

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Camille Lozano, Assistant News Editor

Country bar in cahoots with dancers

March 5, 2015

The first time I ever set foot inside a country bar, the first time I actually took country seriously, was on my second date with my boyfriend nearly two...

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Fire alarm sounds in EBA

Fire alarm sounds in EBA

February 16, 2015

Students, faculty and staff crowded outside the Education and Business Administration building at 2 p.m. today holding personal belongings and emergency...

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SDSU starts sexual assault briefs

SDSU starts sexual assault briefs

February 5, 2015

Today San Diego State’s Sexual Violence Task Force will hold a community briefing on the topic of sexual assault on and near campus, and the current...

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SDSU police boosts transgender training

SDSU police boosts transgender training

January 26, 2015

Last week the San Diego State Police Department underwent sensitivity training to better understand the transgender community. The training, “Getting...

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SDSU experiencing power outage

SDSU experiencing power outage

December 8, 2014

San Diego State is experiencing a power outage on the west side of campus due to an exploded transformer located in Parking Structure 4. No injuries...

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Stone Brewing Co. rocks the craft beer market

Stone Brewing Co. rocks the craft beer market

December 4, 2014

In 1996, a “talented home brewer” and a business owner came together to create the Stone Brewing Co. during a time when less than a dozen breweries...

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SDSU protests Ferguson shooting decision

SDSU protests Ferguson shooting decision

November 25, 2014

Protesters dressed in black met in front of Hepner Hall at San Diego State today to express their disagreement with the grand jury’s decision in...

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Sexual assault on Hardy Avenue reported to SDSU police

November 23, 2014

A sexual assault was reported early Sunday morning to the San Diego State Police Department when the SDSU student assaulted visited Sharp Grossmont Hospital...

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SDSU, First Lady bolster counseling

SDSU, First Lady bolster counseling

November 19, 2014

The White House College Opportunity Convening concluded at San Diego State this past Tuesday. Advocates, school counselors and superintendents from 32...

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SDSU hosts White House counseling conference

SDSU hosts White House counseling conference

November 17, 2014

San Diego State is hosting the White House’s College Opportunity Convening on Monday and Tuesday, bringing together exemplary leaders and advocates of...

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Trans group seeks more bathrooms

Trans group seeks more bathrooms

November 13, 2014

Following the “S--t In” protest held late last month at San Diego State, questions have been raised by the trans* community and concerned parties over...

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Toilet event advocates for gender-neutral bathrooms

Toilet event advocates for gender-neutral bathrooms

October 23, 2014

Five toilets were placed in front of Hepner Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 21 as part of the SDSU S--In demonstration. Students walking by giggled, stared, took...

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Sara Stelzers Facebook profile picture.

Aztec Sara Stelzer remembered through social media

October 20, 2014

San Diego State Aztec Sara Stelzer died this past Friday after battling meningococcal meningitis. The 18-year-old, first-time freshman was from Moorpark,...

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SDSU confirms freshman Sara Stelzer died Friday

October 17, 2014

6:50 p.m. update: SDSU spokesman Greg Block said Sara Stelzer remains on life support because her organs will be donated. He said the statement the university...

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Faculty seek to settle contract on salaries

Faculty seek to settle contract on salaries

October 13, 2014

Nearly a dozen San Diego State faculty members gathered and marched to Manchester Hall last Wednesday, where they delivered letters to President Hirshman...

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Get Involved: Alpha Pi Sigma

September 25, 2014

Alpha Pi Sigma was founded in 1990 and is a Latina-based cultural sorority at San Diego State. The organization’s website states its purpose as “promoting...

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SDSU draws $107 million in grants

September 8, 2014

San Diego State researchers received 731 awards totaling $107.8 million last year to continue their efforts in their individual fields. A total of 243...

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Professor Pascale Joassart-Marcelli

New course ‘The Food Environment’ provides hands-on research experience

August 27, 2014

This fall, San Diego State students can enroll in a new research-based course offered through the geography department, titled Community-based Geographic...

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SDSU student stabbed at fraternity house

July 21, 2014

At around 12:30 a.m. Sunday morning, a San Diego State student was stabbed in the back three times while trying to break up a fight during a party at the...

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Campus construction roadway update

Campus construction roadway update

July 16, 2014

Due to San Diego State campus construction from Monday, July 14 through Sunday, August 24, the roadway from the Facilities Services Building South to...

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Police combat mental illness

June 23, 2014

On June 10, San Diego State University Police Department officers underwent mental health training as part of a California State University system-wide...

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SDSU commemorates MLK speech

SDSU commemorates MLK speech

May 5, 2014

Willie Horton Jr. was a student at San Diego State in 1964 when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke in what is now the campus’ open air theater. The civil...

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Autism linked to brain circuit immaturity

April 28, 2014

A San Diego State researcher published recent findings on autism spectrum disorder in The Journal of the American Medical Association Psychiatry earlier...

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Divestment bill shot down again

April 28, 2014

The San Diego State Associated Students University Council met this past Wednesday to listen to public comments from Students for Justice in Palestine,...

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San Diego’s next door neighbors

April 24, 2014

East of San Diego State, the cities of La Mesa and El Cajon provide quiet, yet culturally and economically diverse neighborhoods. Less expensive than the...

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Student Success Fee survey closes with low participation

April 23, 2014

The Student Success Fee survey, which was sent out for the first time April 7th, closed with 2,594 student votes last Friday. This survey was the only...

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Pres. Elliot Hirshman appoints new provost

April 12, 2014

President Elliot Hirshman has chosen Chukuka S. Enwemeka to serve as San Diego State’s new Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. The...

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Oggis to decide on alcohol regulations

Oggi’s to decide on alcohol regulations

April 7, 2014

Oggi’s Pizza and Brewing Company is scheduled to open in May. But while construction continues, the company is brainstorming ways to ensure that only...

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Research beat: Ecologist examines viruses

April 6, 2014

A San Diego State professor and world-renowned marine microbial ecologist Forest Rohwer said there are 100 times more viruses in your body than there are...

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Pres. Hirshman and protesters fail to meet

March 6, 2014

More than 20 students concerned with the proposed Student Success Fee assembled at 9 a.m. in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union courtyard hoping to...

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Scientists study nuclear kelp radiation in California

February 17, 2014

Radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant’s triple meltdown in March 2011 has begun to raise concerns among scientists as devastation from the...

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By Kelly Smiley, Staff Photographer

Zura renovation to displace more than 500 students

February 6, 2014

Co-written by Raquel Herriott, staff writer San Diego State  is working with Aztec Shops Ltd. to secure housing space for the more than 550 freshmen...

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SDSU studies the sound of silence

February 3, 2014

Researchers at San Diego State are studying differences between deaf and hearing people, examining topics such as the difference in general brain structure,...

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Common Scholarship Application unites SDSU

February 1, 2014

With the cost of books, tuition and living, students are actively seeking opportunities to cut costs through scholarships. The San Diego Foundation...

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STA Travel leaves San Diego State

STA Travel leaves San Diego State

December 13, 2013

STA Travel, the Student Travel Agency Company currently located in College Square, is closing its doors for the last time on Dec.13. According to STA...

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Study reveals record number of distracted drivers

December 1, 2013

State Farm, an insurance company, recently released a study revealing more motorists are accessing the Internet while on the roadways than ever before. In...

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Crime alerts stir controversy among students

November 13, 2013

The Afrikan Student Excellence Council recently held meetings to discuss the possibility of racial profiling in the San Diego State University Police Department’s...

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Aztecs receive crown at homecoming

Aztecs receive crown at homecoming

October 28, 2013

San Diego State’s  “Rise of the Aztecs” homecoming celebration concluded this past weekend at the football game. Members of this year's homecoming...

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Aztec homecoming court revealed at SDSU

Aztec homecoming court revealed at SDSU

October 21, 2013

As the “Rise of The Aztecs” Homecoming kicks off, the 14 students chosen to represent San Diego State this fall in the 2013 Homecoming Court have been...

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Commuter Center for new Aztec Student Union

Commuter Center for new Aztec Student Union

October 21, 2013

A Commuter Resource Center will be opening in the Aztec Student Union to give commuter students the opportunity for assistance and to experience a source...

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Monica Linzmeier, Photo Editor

SDSU engages students with new media lab

September 9, 2013

The School of Journalism & Media Studies unveiled a new digital media studio to students this semester, coordinating with the journalism and media...

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SDSU safety resources cheat sheet

September 3, 2013

SDSU Police Department Emergency: 911 Non-emergency: 619-594-1991 San Diego State Police Department works to cultivate a safe campus where students...

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SDSU orgs disagree about UC divestment

August 29, 2013

Throughout the past year, student-run organizations across the University of California and California State University systems have protested their schools...

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SDSU introduces new GE classes

August 28, 2013

San Diego State introduced 21 new general education classes this fall. A variety of classes will be offered during this semester, including Anthropology...

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Associated Students at SDSU: How to get involved

August 25, 2013

With approximately 1,200 students involved, San Diego State Associated Students is one of the largest student governance organizations within the California...

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Dorms and meal plans offer variety to students

Dorms and meal plans offer variety to students

August 22, 2013

San Diego State offers a wide variety of residence halls, apartments and meal options to meet students’ needs. Located on the east and west sides...

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SDSU rocks Pride 2013

July 19, 2013

San Diego State showed its support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community last Saturday at the annual San Diego LGBT Pride Parade...

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Book award granted to SDSU sleuth

July 8, 2013

San Diego State anthropology professor Seth Mallios was honored this summer at the San Diego Book Awards. Mallios received the Best Local Interest...

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SDSU honored as top school for Hispanics

June 25, 2013

Hispanic Network Magazine has ranked San Diego State among the “Best of the Best” in colleges and uni- versities for minorities in 2013. The university...

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