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Will Fritz

Will Fritz, Editor in Chief

Will Fritz is the editor in chief of The Daily Aztec for the 2018-19 academic year. A fourth-year journalism major, he's a weekend breaking news reporter for City News Service, an editorial intern at Voice of San Diego and president of SDSU's chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Follow him on Twitter at @fritzed_, and contact him directly at (619) 594-4190 or editor@thedailyaztec.com.

All content by Will Fritz

JMS classes aren’t doing enough

May 9, 2019

Most of the graduating seniors on The Daily Aztec’s editorial board are students in JMS. We know the territory. We know what’s taught in these classes. There...

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Senior Farewell: Will Fritz

Senior Farewell: Will Fritz

May 8, 2019

So I have absolutely no clue how to write this. I know it’s such a cliché to say things like this, but if you had told me on Aug. 20, 2015, that I...

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BREAKING: Person Fatally Shot Near Campus

May 2, 2019

A man was shot and killed not far from San Diego State's campus early Thursday morning, police said. It happened around 6:30 a.m. in the 6600 block...

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From left to right: former A.S. president Chimezie Ebiriekwe, A.S. president-elect Christian Onwuka and current A.S. President Chris Thomas celebrate Onwuka's victory at Montezuma Hall Thursday night. The Vote SDSU slate, headed by Onwuka, swept this year's A.S. elections.

[Photo] Vote SDSU slate sails to victory in 2019 A.S. elections

March 28, 2019

From left to right: former A.S. president Chimezie Ebiriekwe, A.S. president-elect Christian Onwuka and current A.S. President Chris Thomas celebrate Onwuka's...

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Pedestrian fatally struck by car near SDSU

March 22, 2019

A woman was dead after a crash just south of San Diego State's campus Friday night. A driver struck a pedestrian just after 7:40 p.m. on College Avenue...

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Blog: Bella Ross named editor in chief for 2019-2020

Blog: Bella Ross named editor in chief for 2019-2020

March 22, 2019

Bella Ross, The Daily Aztec's current news editor, has been named editor in chief for the 2019-2020 academic year. Ross is a junior majoring in journalism...

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Presidential candidates Mariya Nadberezhna and Christian Onwuka debate in Montezuma Hall on Wednesday, March 20. The debates were moved out of the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union due to inclement weather.

[Photo] A.S. presidential candidates face off in last day of debates

March 21, 2019

Presidential candidates Mariya Nadberezhna and Christian Onwuka debate in Montezuma Hall on Wednesday, March 20. The debates were moved out of the Conrad...

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A.S. vice president of external affairs candidates Stephanie Estrada (left) and Angelica Espinoza face off in the second day of A.S. election debates at the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union on March 20.

[Photo] Candidates for A.S. vice president of external relations, executive vice president face off in second day of debates

March 20, 2019

A.S. vice president of external affairs candidates Stephanie Estrada (left) and Angelica Espinoza face off in the second day of A.S. election debates at...

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Vice President of Financial Affairs candidate Dustin Atkins, who's running unopposed, addresses students at the Student Union.

[Photo] A.S. VP of university affairs, VP of financial affairs candidates kick off election season at first day of debates

March 19, 2019

Vice President of Financial Affairs candidate Dustin Atkins, who's running unopposed, addresses students at the Student Union.

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Mr. President, my trans mom is fit to serve

January 30, 2019

Disgust. Anger. Exasperation. These are some of the things I felt when my phone buzzed on Jan. 22 to notify me the Supreme Court had lifted the injunctions...

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A vehicle flipped into a ditch near campus during an accident on Oct. 28.

[Photo] Car careens into ditch near campus

October 28, 2018

A vehicle flipped into a ditch near campus during an accident on Oct. 28.

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Sigma Nu was removed from campus by their national chapter after confirmed violations to the chapter's alcohol policy.

[Photo] Sigma Nu fraternity ousted from campus by national chapter

October 23, 2018

Sigma Nu was removed from campus by their national chapter after confirmed violations to the chapter's alcohol policy.

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Students line up for meningitis vaccinations outside of Viejas Arena on Oct. 8 after this year's first meningitis scare.

Breaking: Walgreens to re-administer meningitis vaccines after improper dosage temperature

October 18, 2018

Update: Oct. 19, 11:15 a.m. In a statement, university officials said they are working with Walgreens and the County of San Diego Health and Human...

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Multiple injuries reported in crash near SDSU

October 4, 2018

Two people were injured in a crash involving a car and a motorcycle near San Diego State's campus Thursday evening. The collision was reported around...

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I’m the editor-in-chief. Here’s my unsolicited advice to freshmen.

August 22, 2018

You can do anything you can put your mind to. And never stop fighting. I know these sound like clichés, and that’s because they are. But they still...

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File photo. Governor Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed the state budget for fiscal year 2019, giving the CSU system an almost-$200 million increase.

Governor signs 2019 budget, CSU to get increase of almost $200 million

June 27, 2018

The California State University will receive much more funding during the coming fiscal year than initially proposed at the start of state budget negotiations...

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Governor’s ‘May revision’ budget proposes additional $100 million for CSU deferred maintenance

May 11, 2018

The California State University system may receive an additional $100 million for deferred maintenance in fiscal year 2019. California Gov. Jerry Brown's...

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Police on the lookout for two men who tried to steal student's phone

Police on the lookout for two men who tried to steal student’s phone

May 3, 2018

Police were searching for two people suspected of trying to steal a cellphone from a San Diego State student Thursday. It happened about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday...

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Brandon Jones, now-former president of SDSU College Republicans, near the Education and Business Administration building on April 23.

What’s next for San Diego State’s controversial College Republicans leader?

April 25, 2018

You’re arguably the most prominent College Republican right now. What’s it like being in the news so much? I would say it’s interesting. You know,...

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Why the arrest of a ‘Smallville’ star has me completely shook

April 25, 2018

I can’t remember how old I was when I watched “Smallville” for the first time. The show, which premiered in 2001, depicts the life of a teenage Superman....

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San Diego State's Aztec Warrior mascot – now to be called a

Faculty union condemns Aztec mascot

April 23, 2018

The union representing most California State University faculty voted last week to condemn San Diego State’s mascot, as well as those of two other CSU...

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CSU Chancellor Timothy White said earlier this month that the only refunds students would be getting would be for parking, meal plans and residence halls.

No tuition increase for 2018-19, chancellor says

April 20, 2018

Tuition levels will remain the same at California State University campuses next year, the chancellor’s office announced today. The CSU Board of Trustees...

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Firefighters battle a brush fire on SDSU's campus Wednesday morning.

Firefighters respond to small brush fire on campus

March 21, 2018

Firefighters made quick work of a small brush fire on the east side of San Diego State's campus Wednesday morning. The blaze — about 20 feet by 40...

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Suspect in Friday morning robbery near campus turns self in

March 20, 2018

A man suspected of being involved in a robbery near San Diego State's campus turned himself in, university police said Tuesday. The robbery occurred...

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Write-in candidates join A.S. presidential race

March 20, 2018

Two write-in candidates have jumped into the race for Associated Students president at the eleventh hour. Alexander Pearson and Megan Mueller both completed...

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Police searching for man suspected for robbery near campus

March 16, 2018

Police are searching for a suspect involved in a robbery near San Diego State's campus Friday morning. Just after 11 a.m., an unknown man approached...

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Chapultepec residence hall in 2015.

[Photo] Chapultepec has a fire alarm problem, residents say

March 16, 2018

Chapultepec residence hall in 2015.

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A.S. presidential candidate Chris Thomas

A.S. presidential candidate Chris Thomas

March 14, 2018

Name: Chris Thomas Position: president (unopposed) Year: senior Major: kinesiology Why do you want to run for president? I love what I’ve...

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Fraternities hammered with ‘social moratorium’

March 12, 2018

San Diego State’s Interfraternity Council placed all 15 of its active member fraternities on a social moratorium late Friday. The moratorium prohibits...

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A rendering of the proposed Aztec Recreation Center expansion.

Students to vote on ARC expansion referendum

February 28, 2018

Students will vote on a referendum to nearly double the size of the more-than-20-year-old Aztec Recreation Center this week. The idea behind the referendum...

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Federal agents arrest man after drugs are found in ARC locker

February 21, 2018

A man is in jail after drugs and a weapon were found Tuesday in a locker at the Aztec Recreation Center. A search by Drug Enforcement Administration...

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A man portrays the Aztec Warrior mascot at a sporting event in spring 2017.

Despite assurances, university now says Aztec task force members won’t be named

February 19, 2018
A university statement from Jan. 17 was later changed to remove the reference to the Feb. 2 announcement date.
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Man gropes woman walking on campus

Man gropes woman walking on campus

February 16, 2018

A man is suspected of groping a woman on campus Thursday night, university police said. At about 8:45 p.m., a woman walking toward Campanile Walk from...

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City certifies signatures for SDSU West initiative

February 16, 2018

The San Diego City Clerk verified signatures in support of the SDSU West initiative Thursday, clearing a hurdle for the project to go to a public vote. Friends...

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The Hardy Avenue Apartments were burglarized Monday night.

Man burglarizes apartments near campus

February 13, 2018

Police are searching for a man suspected of burglarizing apartments near San Diego State’s campus. Between about 10:20 and 10:45 p.m. Monday, the...

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Two protesters confront one another at Chicano Park on Saturday.

Protesters clash at Chicano Park

February 7, 2018

Two opposing groups of protesters clashed in Chicano Park over the weekend, resulting in three arrests — including one after a police officer was punched...

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Adela de la Torre, vice chancellor of student affairs and campus diversity at UC Davis, will serve as SDSU's new president. Photo courtesy of SDSU Newscenter.

New university president has a diverse background

February 7, 2018

San Diego State’s next president has a history of working with diverse groups of students on a wide range of issues. It’s even in her job description. Adela...

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Adela de la Torre, vice chancellor of student affairs and campus diversity at UC Davis, will serve as SDSU's new president. Photo courtesy of SDSU Newscenter.

CSU Board of Trustees announces new SDSU president

January 31, 2018

Adela de la Torre, vice chancellor of student affairs and campus diversity at UC Davis, will be San Diego State’s next president, officials announced...

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A sign displayed on the former Phi Kappa Theta chapter house the week after the fraternity's expulsion from campus.

University protected fraternity despite violations, emails show

January 31, 2018

A fraternity kicked off campus last semester had a six-year history of violations before the university finally expelled it, documents obtained by The...

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Breaking: University to name new president Wednesday

January 26, 2018

San Diego State's new president will be named Wednesday at 8 a.m., university officials confirmed. The announcement comes after a secretive, 6-month...

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Will Fritz's 1995 Nissan Pickup in Temecula.

Saying ‘goodbye’ to my best friend

January 24, 2018

I didn’t realize how hard it would be to say goodbye. Maybe that was foolish of me. There I was, sobbing uncontrollably as I pulled out of the...

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American Indian Studies Lecturer Oscar

Lecturer who was found to have discriminated against white student no longer teaching this semester

January 17, 2018

The professor who was recently found to have discriminated against a student because of her race by the California Department of Justice will no longer...

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Stories to watch in 2018

January 17, 2018

Presidential search The California State University Board of Trustees has started to narrow down candidates to permanently take over the role of San...

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American Indian Studies Lecturer Oscar

Lecturer who led mascot retirement fight discriminated against white student because of her race, investigation finds

January 4, 2018

A San Diego State lecturer has been found to have discriminated against and harassed a student because of her race, then retaliated against her when she...

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Power outage knocks out Wi-Fi across campus

Power outage knocks out Wi-Fi across campus

December 20, 2017

San Diego State's free Wi-Fi service was disrupted by a power outage Wednesday morning. A small, unplanned power outage took Wi-Fi systems offline about...

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Fires sweep through Southern California

Fires sweep through Southern California

December 13, 2017

A series of wildfires swept through Southern California last week, forcing thousands of families to evacuate and costing many their homes. Fires spread...

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Incendios se desatan en el sur de California

Incendios se desatan en el sur de California

December 13, 2017

La semana pasada, incendios por muchas partes del sur de California se desataron, causando la evacuación de miles de familias y que cientas perdieran...

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Columnist had outside help crafting story, document shows

November 18, 2017

UPDATED 11:15 p.m. Nov. 18 with comments from Alex Safian, associate director of the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America. The...

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San Diego Chamber of Commerce CEO Jerry Sanders discusses SDSU's latest economic impact report. From left: Councilwoman Georgette Gomez, State Sen. Toni Atkins, SDSU President Sally Roush, San Diego Mayor Kevin Falconer and San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation CEO Mark Cafferty.

With local dignitaries present, SDSU announces latest economic impact report

November 17, 2017

Local officials — many of them San Diego State graduates – were on campus Thursday to take part in the announcement of a new economic impact report...

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Phi Kappa Theta's former fraternity house on Hardy Avenue. The fraternity's Greek letters had already been removed from the building by Sunday.

Phi Kappa Theta fraternity booted from campus after alcohol violations

November 13, 2017

San Diego State’s chapter of the Phi Kappa Theta fraternity was removed from campus last week. The fraternity’s national leadership said in a statement...

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College Republicans say university claims about bomb dogs don't pass smell test

College Republicans say university claims about bomb dogs don’t pass smell test

November 8, 2017

Controversial conservative figure Milo Yiannopoulos did not visit San Diego State last month, and one student group says the university is not being forthright...

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Woman robbed at gunpoint on Halloween

Woman robbed at gunpoint on Halloween

November 1, 2017

A woman was robbed at gunpoint in a neighborhood south of campus Tuesday night, and the two suspects remained at large Wednesday. At about 10 p.m.,...

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Students diagnosed with viral meningitis

October 30, 2017

Multiple San Diego State students were confirmed to have been diagnosed with meningitis as of Friday. SDSU spokesperson Christine Hutchins said in an...

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Second sexual assault in two weeks reported

October 25, 2017

Two sexual assaults have been reported to university police since the beginning of the month. In both cases, suspects have been identified but are not...

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Sexual assault reported on 55th Street

Sexual assault reported on 55th Street

October 20, 2017

A previous version of this story said the sexual assault occurred at a fraternity house. University police have since told The Daily Aztec their media...

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University, College Republicans continue to dispute facts on Yiannopoulos cancellation

University, College Republicans continue to dispute facts on Yiannopoulos cancellation

October 11, 2017

University officials have not updated the San Diego State College Republicans on when Milo Yiannopoulos will be allowed to come to campus, organization...

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Woman attacked near campus

Woman attacked near campus

October 6, 2017

A San Diego State student was attacked near campus, university officials reported in a community safety notification Thursday. At about 10:30 p.m. Sunday,...

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College Republicans, university at odds over canceled Yiannopoulos appearance

October 5, 2017

Conservative firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos will no longer be coming to San Diego State — at least not according to the event’s organizers. In a statement...

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SDSU students in Las Vegas react to mass shooting

October 4, 2017

At least 59 people were killed and over 500 were injured in the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history at a concert in Las Vegas the night of Oct. 1. The...

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[Photo] International students adjust to SDSU

October 4, 2017

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Conservative firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos to speak at SDSU, College Republicans say

September 22, 2017

The San Diego State College Republicans announced on Twitter today that they have finalized a deal to bring controversial right-wing activist Milo Yiannopoulos...

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Some faculty and staff say President Elliott Hirshman unjustly removed Joanna Brooks from her position as associate vice president for faculty advancement.

Faculty, staff condemn administrator’s removal

September 20, 2017

San Diego State’s firing of an administrator led to more than 300 signatures from faculty and staff petitioning that she remain. Joanna Brooks was...

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SDSU College Republicans President Brandon Jones speaks on Fox and Friends in September. Jones wrote for Campus Reform about a course on President Donald Trump's impeachment offered by SDSU's College of Extended Studies. The course has since been renamed to remove Trump's name. File photo

SDSU College Republicans stand up for their values

September 20, 2017

The San Diego State College Republicans are doing their best to make SDSU a more inclusive environment for conservative students, members say. After...

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Michael Cline, president of SDSU College Democrats

[Photo] College Democrats give voice to liberal students

September 20, 2017

Michael Cline, president of SDSU College Democrats

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Two students robbed at gunpoint near campus

September 18, 2017

Two San Diego State students were robbed at gunpoint in the pre-dawn hours Monday, the San Diego Police Department said. At about 1:35 a.m., two students...

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A 2016 photo from Jasmine Madarang's Facebook profile.

Woman killed on I-8 identified as SDSU student

September 18, 2017

UPDATED: A woman who was struck and killed by a car Saturday evening was identified as SDSU student Jasmine Madarang, the San Diego County Medical Examiner’s...

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Meet SDSU's new interim president

Meet SDSU’s new interim president

September 13, 2017

It was supposed to be an ordinary day for Sally Roush. The retired San Diego State administrator was spending the day at the wild animal park with her...

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The fraternity house of Phi Gamma Delta, more commonly known as FIJI.

Phi Gamma Delta fraternity on probation

September 6, 2017

The San Diego State chapter of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity was placed on probation in March, according to documents obtained by The Daily Aztec. Though...

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A sign from the May Day march on campus expresses student frustrations over uncertain immigration policies under President Trump.

SDSU issues letter to Trump urging him to retain DACA

September 3, 2017

San Diego State University administrators, including Interim President Sally Roush, issued a letter — addressed to President Trump — in support of...

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Man arrested for two College Area sexual battery incidents

Man arrested for two College Area sexual battery incidents

August 30, 2017

One man is suspected of sexually battering four San Diego State students early Tuesday morning. The batteries, which occurred in two separate incidents,...

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Letter from College Republicans to Muslim Student Association generates backlash

August 23, 2017

The San Diego State College Republicans sent out a statement requesting the SDSU Muslim Student Association denounce “radical Islamic terrorism” Thursday,...

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Susan Roch, mother of SDSU professor Marie Roch, views Monday's solar eclipse through special glasses

Eclipse captures attention at SDSU, across nation

August 23, 2017

People from all over the country stopped what they were doing Monday morning and stepped outside to bask in the shadow of the moon during the first solar...

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Civil engineering junior Janis Omalin and kinesiology junior Brandon Hirata study in the library

Students facing registration woes

August 23, 2017

Some San Diego State students are complaining of difficulties in getting to register for the classes they need to graduate. “It’s been a free-for-all,”...

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Crime report: petty theft and disturbing the peace

August 23, 2017

Petty Theft Two men were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy and shoplifting around 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 18, after they allegedly ran out of Trader...

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Hundreds gathered in Downtown San Diego's Waterfront Park Sunday night to show solidarity with Heather Heyer, the woman who was killed protesting a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

UPDATED: SDSU releases statement on Charlottesville

August 16, 2017

Story updated 5:08 p.m. Aug. 17 with comments from SDSU Chief Communications Officer Christine Hutchins San Diego State officials released a statement...

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Hundreds gathered in Downtown San Diego's Waterfront Park Sunday night to show solidarity with Heather Heyer, the woman who was killed protesting a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

San Diegans hold vigil for woman killed in Charlottesville

August 16, 2017

“Love, not hate, makes America great,” hundreds chanted. This was the sentiment the night of Sunday, Aug. 13, at Waterfront Park in downtown San...

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Anthropology senior Ricardo Betancourt studies in the library.

Chancellor’s executive order brings change to remedial classes

August 16, 2017

The California State University system will be making sweeping changes to the way it handles incoming freshmen who do not meet college-level English and...

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Professor draws ire with controversial Facebook post

July 25, 2017

A San Diego State professor stirred controversy Friday in a public Facebook post about Arizona Sen. John McCain, who was recently diagnosed with an aggressive...

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SDSU associate dean calls Republican party “terrorist” group

June 10, 2017

A San Diego State associate dean is drawing backlash from the SDSU College Republicans because of a comment he made on a political article shared by a...

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SDSU Chipotle affected by data breach

June 2, 2017

Most of Chipotle’s 2,250 restaurants, including its San Diego State location, were affected in a nationwide security breach, the company said in a statement...

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SDSU announces interim university president

SDSU announces interim university president

May 15, 2017

Sally Roush has been selected by CSU Chancellor Timothy White to serve as the interim president of San Diego State University, the school announced in...

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Crime and incident report: DUI, disturbing the peace

May 12, 2017

Grand Theft Police responded to multiple calls at about 9:15 p.m. on May 4 regarding a woman whose laptop was stolen near the Exercise and Nutritional...

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Crime and incident report: Fruit bowl theft, assault on an officer

May 4, 2017

Disturbing the Peace Campus police responded to University Towers residence hall at 5:22 p.m. on April 29, due to a report of a boyfriend and girlfriend...

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Farewell Q&A: President Hirshman

May 3, 2017

The following is an interview of outgoing SDSU President Elliot Hirshman by Will Fritz and Jacob Sisneros of The Daily Aztec. It has been edited and condensed...

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Crime report: public intoxication, sex offender fights with tree

May 1, 2017

Battery At 3:48 p.m. on April 22, campus police were informed an SDSU student was taken to the hospital after being assaulted by an unknown individual...

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SDSUPD faces questions about sexual assault

SDSUPD faces questions about sexual assault

April 26, 2017

A San Diego State student said she and two friends were stopped by university police officers and told their clothing made them susceptible to sexual assault...

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Crime report: Firearm on campus, stolen skateboard and bicycle

April 21, 2017

Brandishing a Weapon San Diego State police responded to a report of a man with a gun near the Tarastec residence hall on 55th Street at about 7:45...

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Associated Students rejects Aztec mascot resolution

Associated Students rejects Aztec mascot resolution

April 20, 2017

The Associated Students University Council rejected a resolution to retire the Aztec mascot and moniker at a meeting in council chambers April 19. The...

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Students march to change the mascot prior to the spring 2017 AS vote. Photo by Andrew Dyer.

Students march to change SDSU mascot

April 19, 2017

San Diego State students rallied on Monday to protest the Aztec mascot ahead of the University Council’s vote on a resolution to retire the mascot. The...

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Woman sexually assaulted near campus

Woman sexually assaulted near campus

April 14, 2017

A woman was sexually assaulted while parked in her vehicle near campus Wednesday, according to the San Diego State Police Department. In a crime bulletin...

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Crime report: Greeks disturb the peace, greenhouse plant theft

April 14, 2017

Drug Activity At 9:18 a.m. on April 7, officers made contact with a man standing in the closed patio of the Starbucks on Lindo Paseo. During the course...

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Students unhappy with ARC men’s sauna

April 12, 2017

Some users of the Aztec Recreation Center say the men’s sauna is not functioning properly, even after a new sauna system was installed. Electrical engineering...

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