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Dana Tsuri-Etzioni, Engagement Editor

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Senior Farewell: Dana Tsuri-Etzioni

Senior Farewell: Dana Tsuri-Etzioni

May 15, 2020

I’m sitting here writing this, and I never imagined it would be under these circumstances. I started writing for The Daily Aztec my freshman year, and...

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Dr. Coker moves food into multiple buildings for students who may be going hungry. They can come get food at the pantries for free.

Professor creates food pantry for struggling students

December 11, 2019

Professor and Director of the San Diego State School of Theater, Television and Film, Dr. Niyi Coker, implemented a food security operation this semester...

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Opinion: Universities need to hold student abusers accountable

Opinion: Universities need to hold student abusers accountable

May 8, 2019

Universities need to do better. Hold students accountable for their crimes. In 1991, Kurt Cobain said, "The problem with groups who deal with rape...

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The Daily Aztec among nine college media outlets selected by Poynter for 2018-19 College Media Project

The Daily Aztec among nine college media outlets selected by Poynter for 2018-19 College Media Project

September 19, 2018

On Sept. 17, the Poynter Institute announced The Daily Aztec was included among the nine student media organizations selected for the 2018-2019 College...

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‘A Quiet Place’ can help pave the way for people with disabilities in Hollywood

April 18, 2018

A Quiet Place was released into theaters with rave reviews. While the film is an excellent thriller and is not an overly-stereotypical alien movie, the...

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Why students should vote ‘no’ on ARC Referendum and how it will hold AS accountable

February 28, 2018

>Read the case for 'yes' here. On the surface, the Aztec Recreation Center Referendum seems like ideal progress for San Diego State. The gym gets...

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All manipulators need to be condemned

January 31, 2018

Recently, people in the entertainment industry have shown more solidarity than ever before, however, this solidarity is because of terrible circumstances. Attendees...

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Hugh Hefner wasn’t a feminist, and we should stop crediting him for being one

October 4, 2017

Hugh Hefner was the ultimate advocate for the objectification of women, and with his death ends an era. But is the end of this era, one that includes the...

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BLVD63 on El Cajon Boulevard. File photo

Expensive to be a guest at BLVD63

September 5, 2017

Almost every person living in a city can relate to any traffic related issue — more specifically, parking hassles.     San Diego is a large city...

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There is no second chance for a first (year) impression

August 21, 2017

  The first year of college is an anxiety inducing yet exciting time, filled with decisions and new experiences. Everything is new and the first...

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Materialism causes divide between people

May 3, 2017
It’s important to keep in mind what materialism can do to individuals and societies as a whole.
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Students pay for their dorms, so why are they locked out during breaks?

April 19, 2017

San Diego State requires non-local freshmen to live on campus during their first year. The new “Sophomore Success” program will also require non-local...

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Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ puts taboos to the test

March 22, 2017

“Be our guest, be our guest, put our service to the test,” goes the famous line from Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast.” Disney took it literally...

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Israel-Palestine not an all-or-nothing issue

February 15, 2017

The situation in the Middle East is complicated, and as someone from Israel who visits every year, I can confirm the conflicts are not as black and white...

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OPINION: Halting refugee resettlement on Holocaust Remembrance Day tone deaf, insensitive and abhorent

February 1, 2017
The U.S. is a diverse nation, and among it population are people whose families who have been affected by a previous generations’ refusal to admit refugees.
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What to choose when career and relationship goals aren’t compatible?

January 18, 2017
While love might seem like the best choice, love and commitment are not guaranteed to last.
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An SDSU student pedals across campus

SDSU, College Area would benefit from bike-share

December 14, 2016

Many San Diego State students use bicycles, skateboards or scooters to navigate campus and as efficient options for getting to class. SDSU has a bike lane...

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