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[Video] Avia’s Story

May 10, 2019

Avis Rose was a freshman when she was sexually assaulted by a 30-year-old man she met on Tinder.

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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] Sexual assault on campus: kNOw MORE

May 8, 2019

kNOw MORE takes a look at the sexual assault environment in San Diego State and other college campuses. This is the first of our video series, to learn...

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Senior Farewell: Stephan Early

Senior Farewell: Stephan Early

May 8, 2019

As I begin to navigate this quickly approaching turn in my life’s path, I can’t help but think about the places I’ve had to go through to get here....

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Carley Fischer, the lead singer of San Diego punk band Creature Culture, performing at the Che Cafe on April 19.

[Video] Local San Diego music scene gets a taste of cancel culture

May 8, 2019

Note: This story includes explicit descriptions of sexual assault. In 2018, NPR reported in a podcast that fans of the hardcore music scene in Richmond,...

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Interdisciplinary studies senior and musician Goz performed on campus on April 26.

Student musician showcases collaboration during Nooner performance

May 1, 2019

Student musician and interdisciplinary studies senior Goz performed in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union on April 26 to bring students a show full...

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Writer/comedian Jaboukie Young-White performs stand-up set at SDSU

Writer/comedian Jaboukie Young-White performs stand-up set at SDSU

April 24, 2019

The Daily Show comedian Jaboukie Young-White brought his subtle and nuanced style of comedy to an intimate yet enthusiastic crowd at San Diego State on...

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[Video] University police launches new active shooter response training

April 16, 2019

University police have released the new campus-wide Active Shooter Safety Response Initiative in hopes of educating the San Diego State community on how...

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[Video] The PSFA building closure in a nutshell

April 8, 2019

The Professional Studies and Fine Arts building at San Diego State is closed for the remainder of Spring 2019 semester.

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[Video] Bernie Sanders rallies voters for 2020 campaign

March 23, 2019

Bernie Sanders kicked off his California campaign on Friday in Downtown San Diego at Waterfront park.

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[Video] Ask an Aztec: Mountain West 2019

March 16, 2019

Ask an Aztec: How much do the fans at the Mountain West tournament know about SDSU's team?

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Culture Night highlights sights and sounds of different backgrounds

Culture Night highlights sights and sounds of different backgrounds

March 3, 2019

Cultural sampling came to Montezuma Hall on Feb. 20 as Alpha Pi Sigma and the Latino Student Social Work Association brought food, music and camaraderie...

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[Video] Black Resource Center hosts HIV/Aids event

February 28, 2019

San Diego State's Black Resource Center hosts HIV/AIDS event to bring awareness.

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The Black Resource Center.

Various organizations to host upcoming events through the Black Resource Center

February 27, 2019

This year at San Diego State, Black History Month was loaded with events, workshops, talks and mixers. The Afrikan Student Union along with other campus...

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Student musician extends talents to various genres, projects in local shows

Student musician extends talents to various genres, projects in local shows

February 13, 2019

From deep, stirring tones to upbeat, surf-inspired sounds, San Diego State economics junior Matt Guadagno is expanding his sound by keeping himself busy...

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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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Aztec Adaptive Sports seeks to integrate disabled athletes in competitive sports

Aztec Adaptive Sports seeks to integrate disabled athletes in competitive sports

February 13, 2019

San Diego State is stepping up its game by sitting down for adaptive play. On Sunday, Feb. 10 in Montezuma Hall, Aztec Adaptive Sports held what is hoped...

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Lomaland exhibit in library displays rich local history

Lomaland exhibit in library displays rich local history

January 30, 2019

An exhibit showing the history of one of the city's most popular spots and the legacy of the revolutionary woman who first staked her claim to it is now...

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Neal Brennan will perform his stand-up show Here We Go at San Diegos House of Blues Dec. 14.

‘The Daily Show’ comedian Neal Brennan to bring stand-up show to San Diego

December 5, 2018

Comedian and “The Daily Show” correspondent Neal Brennan plans to strictly bring the funny with him on tour for his new stand-up show “Here We Go”...

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Campus Movie Fest returns to SDSU

Campus Movie Fest returns to SDSU

November 16, 2018

Campus Movie Fest returned to San Diego State for the tenth installment of a week’s worth of storyboarding, filming, editing and premiering student-made...

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[Video] SDSU Love library gets a new layout

October 24, 2018

Some of the areas of The Love library at San Diego State are being moved. Including, The Department of Special Collections & University Archives (SCUA)...

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Communications and dance departments provide immersive experiences in Thailand

Communications and dance departments provide immersive experiences in Thailand

October 10, 2018

Many study abroad programs offer the promise of exotic locales and spectacular sights, but  the school of communication at San Diego State is offering...

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[Video] Thinking Out Loud: SDSU West vs. SoccerCity

September 24, 2018

Students voice their opinions on SoccerCity vs. SDSU West before San Diego votes in November.

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Legion M screens crowdfunded debut Mandy

Legion M screens crowdfunded debut “Mandy”

September 19, 2018

Changes in crowdfunding laws are expanding the reach of companies looking to take advantage of this innovative way of raising capital funds. Some companies...

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Students share their top picks for 420 flicks

Students share their top picks for 420 flicks

April 18, 2018

Let he who is without green, choke first, until stoned. It’s 420, time to take the medicine. Be it burned greens, yummy confections or techy vapor...

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Students at the Aztec Art Contest admire the work.

Aztec Art Contest brings color to campus

April 18, 2018

Heavy beats, light snacks, tilted heads and pointed fingers, that’s right, it’s a pop-up art show at San Diego State. Associated Students took advantage...

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Laureana Samonte, Brent Jensen and Willow Lark discuss poetry at the recent poetry club meeting.

SDSU club meets with poetic meaning

March 21, 2018

When poetry finds motion, it is carried by those who hold it in their hearts. Students at San Diego State are coming together to show their love for...

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Senior citizens at SDSU seek to have a voice on campus

Senior citizens at SDSU seek to have a voice on campus

March 14, 2018

Learning isn't a competition. There are countless clichés to describe why it’s okay to go back to school at any age. The variety of ages among students...

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Students share tips on how to be happily single on Valentines Day

Students share tips on how to be happily single on Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2018

Tinder matches got no spark? Fish not so plentiful? Some might say these aren’t good signs – especially around Valentine’s Day. Several San Diego...

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Actors Octavia Spencer and Sally Hawkins seen on the set of The Shape of Water.

‘The Shape of Water’ adds elements of magic to film

November 30, 2017

In 1962 the societal climate in America began to change. The rise of television was causing the decline of the cinematic industry. The Cold War and great...

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Joaquin Junco Jr., AKA “Junco Canché,” spoke with SDSU in Malcolm A. Love Library on Nov. 8.

Political cartoonist discusses his art and inspirations with SDSU

November 17, 2017

Political cartoonist Joaquin Junco Jr., AKA “Junco Canché,”spoke about his experience as a Chicano artist and what his work represents at the Malcolm...

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Montezuma Hall was packed with students at Campus Movie Fests student film screening on Oct. 26.

Campus Movie Fest reels in big wins

October 31, 2017

The mood was festive, the lights were dim and the packed auditorium cheered for the wide genre of student films being screened. Campus Movie Fest returned...

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Students and advisors share tips for those about to study abroad

October 18, 2017

The country has been chosen, the scholarships have been granted and the bags have been packed for weeks, but before students embark on their study abroad...

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New library sci-fi collection brings the force to campus

New library sci-fi collection brings the force to campus

October 12, 2017

Science fiction or comic book collections may be expected at a Barnes and Noble store or online at Amazon, but San Diego State’s Malcom A. Love Library...

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