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Gian Matteo Sacchetti

Gian Matteo Sacchetti, Staff Writer

Gian Matteo Sacchetti is journalism senior at San Diego State. He hopes to pursue a career in broadcast or print journalism. He is an international student from Novara, a small town next to Milano in Italy.

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[Video] Dr. Mary Joyce Juan discusses sexual assault and campus resources

May 9, 2019

Dr. Mary Joyce Juan talks with The Daily Aztec reporter Stephan Early about what sexual assault is and how to seek help.

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[Video] SDSU Adaptive Athletic Sports seek to take athletes to the Paralympics

March 12, 2019

Paralympic hopefuls get one-on-one training and mentorship from SDSU Adaptive Athletic sports *An early version of this video was uploaded and taken...

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[Video] AD: Tour of Campus Village near SDSU

March 8, 2019

AD: Join us for a tour of Campus Village, an apartment complex near SDSU campus with a variety of amenities for their residents.

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The sophomore housing application process, explained

The sophomore housing application process, explained

March 6, 2019

As the Sophomore Success Initiative, which requires all non-local sophomores to live on campus, is set to begin its first year of full implementation,...

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[Video] SDSU students and faculty collect letters from detained migrants

February 13, 2019

San Diego State students and faculty participated in a research project aimed at depicting the conditions detained refugees and migrants are living...

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President Adela de la Torre addresses audience at Morteza Mehrabadi's naming event on Friday, Jan. 25 in the engineering building quad.

[Photo] Engineering Fab Lab takes name of late dean

January 30, 2019

President Adela de la Torre addresses audience at Morteza Mehrabadi's naming event on Friday, Jan. 25 in the engineering building quad.

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[Video] Women’s March San Diego hosts third annual march

January 22, 2019

Women's March holds their third annual march on Jan. 19 to advocate for women and human rights, social justice and access to healthcare.

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[Video] SDSU’s Running Club gives tips for a better run

December 10, 2018

With the new year approaching, many students might have running as their New Years' resolution. The Running Club at San Diego State University gives some...

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Students, faculty and community members who worked on the Aztecs Rock Hunger celebrated a record number of food donations in the student union on Nov. 15.

Aztecs Rock Hunger again collects record high number of food donations

November 19, 2018

The Aztecs Rock Hunger campaign made it out big this year in food donations, surpassing all previous years’ totals and setting a university record. In...

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Psychology professor Jennifer Thomas won the MERIT award for her research into the reversal of the effects of prenatal alcohol syndrome.

Professor seeks solution to prenatal alcohol exposure, wins prestigious award

November 19, 2018

Psychology professor Jennifer Thomas won the prestigious MERIT award for her research on how to reverse alcohol’s effects on young people’s brains. The...

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SDSU alumnus Tyson Walters won a bid on the show

Alumus finds success on ‘Shark Tank’ with Shed Defender

November 7, 2018

When his St. Bernard was leaving a mess everywhere, Tyson Walters, CEO and founder of Shed Defender, never thought the solution to his would bring him...

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[Video] Campus vigil honors those killed in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

October 30, 2018

The crowd of university and community members, sitting silently among one another in a moment of reflection, joined hands. “We will build a better...

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[Video] SDSU partners with San Diego Opera

October 24, 2018

San Diego State and the San Diego Opera created a new joint program for the schools of music and dance to help students get professional experience.

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SDSU applicants brace for stiff admissions competition

SDSU applicants brace for stiff admissions competition

October 17, 2018

Last year, San Diego State saw the number of incoming applications soar to a record of 93,610. With undergraduate applications having opened Oct. 1, students...

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Despite numerous cases, the meningitis vaccine is not required. Why?

Despite numerous cases, the meningitis vaccine is not required. Why?

September 19, 2018

Despite the prevalence of meningitis cases on college campuses, freshmen at San Diego State have never been required to be vaccinated for what can often...

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