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Isabel Quintero habla con la comunidad de SDSU sobre la representación latina en la literatura.

Autora habla sobre la representación latina en la literatura

December 6, 2017

La escritora chicana, Isabel Quintero, vino a hablar a estudiantes de la Universidad Estatal de San Diego sobre la importancia de la representación latina...

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Estudiantes donan sueteres para los que los necesiten

Estudiantes donan sueteres para los que los necesiten

November 20, 2017

El 9 de noviembre, “Lizzy and Me”, un evento que permite a estudiantes pasar y donar suéteres que pueden ser tomados por otros estudiantes o personas...

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Exhibición Estamos Aquí se enfoca en la inmigración entre San Diego y México

Exhibición ‘Estamos Aquí’ se enfoca en la inmigración entre San Diego y México

November 1, 2017

La Escuela de Arte y Diseño, junto con la Galería de San Diego State en Downtown,  presentó la exhibición de fotografías “Estamos Aquí” desde...

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Students share reactions to North Bay Area fires

October 26, 2017

After a series of wildfires devastated much of Northern California wine country, students shared their accounts of what the situation meant to them. When...

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Young Americans for Liberty promote free speech with a ball

Young Americans for Liberty promote free speech with a ball

October 9, 2017

Young Americans for Liberty offered students the opportunity Friday to write whatever they wanted on a giant beach ball in an exercise to encourage free...

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Professor Dae Elliott in her office located in NH-212.

“White privilege” quiz criticized by students

October 3, 2017

One San Diego State sociology professor’s extra credit quiz is drawing national attention. A “white privilege” quiz offered by Professor Dae Elliott...

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Estudiantes caminan hacia West Commons.

Opinión: Es difícil comer bueno y barato

September 27, 2017

Un gran aspecto de ser estudiante de universidad en los Estados Unidos es el vivir fuera de casa, ya sea en el campus o en sus alrededores. En mi caso,...

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Arnelle Sambile, English and communication senior (left), protests with the Muslim Student Association Feb. 7, 2017.

Muslim Student Association provides a sense of community

September 26, 2017

The Muslim Student Association is focusing on providing Muslim students with resources, spiritual guidance and continues to educate the whole campus on...

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Ilyasah Shabazz, autora y  tercer hija de Malcolm X, contesta preguntas de estudiantes.

Autora y hija de Malcolm X visita San Diego State

September 20, 2017

El 14 de septiembre, Ilyasah Shabazz, autora y hija de Malcolm X, visitó San Diego State y dio una plática a los estudiantes en el teatro del Conrad...

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Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X, addresses students at student union theater.

Daughter of Malcolm X gives talk at SDSU

September 20, 2017

On Sept. 14, Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of activist Malcolm X, visited San Diego State’s theater in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union to talk to students...

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A.S. encourages students to apply for office

A.S. encourages students to apply for office

January 31, 2017

The annual election for Associated Students positions opened its applications for the upcoming school year on Jan. 20. Current A.S. President Jamie...

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Preview summer classes on WebPortal

Preview summer classes on WebPortal

January 18, 2017

The summer class schedule is available now for students to plan their courses ahead of time. For the first time, the summer class schedule was made available...

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SDSU 2016: A year review of the top news stories

SDSU 2016: A year review of the top news stories

December 14, 2016

Here is a recap of some of the most important stories reported by The Daily Aztec this year. April 27 San Diego State students protested regarding...

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New York Times reporter talks Trump’s taxes at SDSU

New York Times reporter talks Trump’s taxes at SDSU

December 7, 2016

Susanne Craig, the New York Times journalist who received president-elect Donald Trump’s 1995 taxes in her mailbox, talked to a Journalism and Media...

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SDSU ranked top school for veterans

SDSU ranked top school for veterans

November 30, 2016

San Diego State ranked higher than University of San Diego, University of California Berkeley and the University of Southern California on the Military...

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Women PeaceMakers panel comes to SDSU

Women PeaceMakers panel comes to SDSU

November 7, 2016

Three women from different conflict-affected areas discussed their journeys in making important contributions to improve the everyday lives of their people...

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Death penalty propositions in the California ballot

Death penalty propositions in the California ballot

November 2, 2016

In the last 40 years, California has executed 13 people. There are currently 749 people sentenced to death penalty, as reported by the California Department...

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Improving wildfire evacuation through an app

Improving wildfire evacuation through an app

October 26, 2016

 The Center for Human Dynamic in the Mobile Age department was awarded a $450,000 National Science Foundation grant–funded partnership. The partnership...

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Fall can be a risk period for sexual assault

Fall can be a risk period for sexual assault

October 19, 2016

According to a 2007 Campus Sexual Assault Study conducted by the University of Colorado Boulder, more than 50 percent of college sexual assault cases happen...

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Active Minds brings awareness to suicide and depression

Active Minds brings awareness to suicide and depression

October 6, 2016

Active Minds, a non-profit organization created in 2003 by Penn State student Alison Malmon, promoted the National Day Without Stigma at San Diego State...

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SDSU study links driving dangers to Pokemon Go

SDSU study links driving dangers to Pokemon Go

September 28, 2016

A recent study led by a San Diego State researcher links the hit game Pokemon Go with potential traffic danger. Soon after Niantic released its application...

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The Olive Tree Initiative educates on Middle East conflicts

September 21, 2016

The Olive Tree Initiative is an organization on campus that aims to educate students about conflicts in the Middle East. With many branches throughout...

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Students for Justice in Palestine raise awareness through education

Students for Justice in Palestine raise awareness through education

September 21, 2016

The Students for Justice in Palestine at San Diego State welcome everyone interested in learning more about the issues surrounding the current situation...

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