The Daily Aztec

Class discussions should cater to all students, not just extroverts

Class discussions should cater to all students, not just extroverts

by Catherine Van Weele, Senior Staff Writer // October 21, 2020

Class discussions have come to play a major role in the classroom. It is supposed to be a way to engage students and help students to develop their public...

Continue Reading
Athenian Vase Painting (Credit: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

3D Greek digital photographic library allows researchers to piece together remnants of the past

by Nakia Richardson, Staff Writer // January 14, 2019

In a tech-savvy world, SDSU’s Classics department is adopting more innovative means in which students can take a look at ancient artifacts - without...

Continue Reading
Research reveals similar eating disorder rates in young boys, girls

Research reveals similar eating disorder rates in young boys, girls

by Olivia Li, Staff Writer // December 13, 2018

San Diego State researchers recently discovered new information about eating disorders after being some of the first in the field to analyze them in children...

Continue Reading
An SDSU student smokes a cigarette on campus — where smoking is prohibited.

‘Thirdhand smoke’ can be embedded in furniture, fabrics, SDSU research says

by Aretha Matsushima, Staff Writer // December 13, 2018

A new San Diego State study shows tobacco smoke can embed traces of toxins into furniture and fabrics. SDSU Department of Psychology Chairman Georg E....

Continue Reading
Latest campus research points to methods for faster, cheaper census gathering

Latest campus research points to methods for faster, cheaper census gathering

by Nakia Richardson, Contributor // December 5, 2018

Researchers may have found a new way of conducting the census that saves money, time and a headache. James Kelly, a masters student at San Diego State,...

Continue Reading

Good enough is not good enough

by Sydney Sweeney, Staff Columnist // August 24, 2016

Welcome to San Diego State, freshmen, where the days of earning outstanding grades despite academic indolence come to die. In high school, week-old assignments...

Continue Reading
Load More Stories