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SDSU requires COVID-19 vaccine, no longer pending FDA approval

SDSU requires COVID-19 vaccine, no longer pending FDA approval

by Trinity Bland, Managing Editor // July 27, 2021

On July 27, the California State University (CSU) system declared the COVID-19 vaccine will be required for students, faculty and staff, including auxiliary...

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Opinion: Why you should get the COVID-19 vaccine

Opinion: Why you should get the COVID-19 vaccine

by Sara Rott, Staff Writer // April 21, 2021

It's been a year since what's felt like the world has shut down, a pandemic struck and barriers prevented us from going about our daily lives. Now we...

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San Diego State womens basketball senior guard Téa Adams looks to get past a UC Irvine defender during the Aztecs 66-55 loss to the Anteaters on Dec. 19, 2020 at Viejas Arena.

Three takeaways: Looking back at the 2020-21 women’s basketball season

by Breven Honda and Reese Savoie // April 9, 2021

The 2020-21 San Diego State women’s basketball season concluded in the first round of the Mountain West Conference Tournament on March 7 in Las Vegas.  SDSU...

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It’s okay to have had an unproductive year in quarantine

It’s okay to have had an unproductive year in quarantine

by Patrick Doyle, Senior Staff Writer // March 17, 2021

It often feels like everyone except ourselves has emerged from this pandemic stronger. Reflecting upon a year of lockdowns resulting in a plethora of...

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A newstand with an old, faded edition of The Daily Aztec print edition.

An unprecedented year in review: Online classes, spring break cancellation, struggle for racial justice

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // March 10, 2021

On March 11, 2020, The Daily Aztec published its last print edition, although editors at the time did not know it. Days later, San Diego State announced...

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SDSU student employees, faculty to be eligible for vaccinations pending county approval

SDSU student employees, faculty to be eligible for vaccinations pending county approval

by Patrick Doyle, Senior Staff Writer // February 24, 2021

San Diego State has announced that all faculty, staff and student employees will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine once the County of San Diego...

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Does the Biden presidency promise ‘Morning in America’?

Does the Biden presidency promise ‘Morning in America’?

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // February 17, 2021

“It’s morning again in America” was the opening line to President Reagan’s 1984 “Prouder, Stronger, Better” campaign television commercial....

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Love Library should reopen with limited capacity

Love Library should reopen with limited capacity

by Willem Quigley, Staff Writer // February 17, 2021

Students living on or near campus in the College Area have no practical place to study outside of their residence hall, apartment or house.  Despite...

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San Diego State women’s basketball junior guard Alex Crain warms up with a mask after halftime of the Aztecs’ 75-71 loss to Cal Baptist on Dec. 2 at Viejas Arena.

Aztecs-Rebels postponed due to COVID-19 issues

by Breven Honda, Senior Staff Writer // December 28, 2020

San Diego State women’s basketball's next two games against UNLV have been postponed due to coronavirus contact tracing issues within the program.  The...

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Consider taking a leave of absence

Consider taking a leave of absence

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // December 10, 2020

As the semester is quickly drawing to a close, there is one thing all students can agree on: online learning has been a challenge. I get distracted...

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In-person instruction in Spring 2021 will start two weeks after students return from winter break to allow mandatory testing to occur.

Spring 2021 in-person instruction to be delayed two weeks to allow for COVID-19 testing

by Katelynn Robinson, Assistant News Editor // December 10, 2020

San Diego State will delay the start of in-person instruction in Spring 2021 for two weeks following students’ return from winter break, the university...

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A small group of students marched through campus in protest of the universitys decision to eliminate the traditional nine-day spring break.

Los estudiantes piden la revocación de la cancelación de las vacaciones de primavera a través de una petición

by Noé Sandoval, Asist. de Mundo Azteca // December 4, 2020

Después de que el Senado de la Universidad Estatal de San Diego canceló las vacaciones de primavera con un voto de 42-28 el 2 de diciembre, los estudiantes...

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