The Daily Aztec

Campus advertising program does not adequately prepare students for workforce, needs to change

by Anna Fiorino, Staff Writer

December 4, 2019

San Diego State’s School of Journalism and Media Studies is home to four nationally accredited programs, one of which is advertising. National accreditation aside, many students have expressed dissatisfaction with the current...

My Miss Communication

by Kristian Ibarra, Sports Editor

February 5, 2015

Most of us spent a good portion of our childhoods wishing we were older. We wished we could drive, spend our own money on whatever we wanted to and eat ice cream for dinner. We wanted to be grown-ups. Because despite the never-ending...

Intern rakes high in national competition

by Olivia Litsey

April 7, 2014

There are few accomplishments San Diego State economics senior Bill Dabbert hasn’t already achieved during his time in college. After only starting an internship late last August, Dabbert finished No. 35 in the Northwest...

Pro/Con: Unpaid Internships

by Staff

September 8, 2013

Madison Hopkins, Senior Staff Columnist PRO: Unpaid internships are worth the time Last summer, I interned at a small radio station where I received no pay. For two months I showed up to work at 5:45 in the morning, powered...