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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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The history of Black female poets is brief and incomplete

The history of Black female poets is brief and incomplete

by Riley Martinez, Contributor // February 24, 2021

It is well known that art forms the heart of America. Whether through movies, music or written media, art is often what binds us together during those...

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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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Opinion: Is a post-Trump era of bipartisanship upon us?

Opinion: Is a post-Trump era of bipartisanship upon us?

by Maya Rodriguez, Staff Writer // February 15, 2021

President Joe Biden’s Inauguration commenced with words about unity, tolerance and the preservation of democratic values. In his speech, Biden called...

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United States division sparked by both sides of the political spectrum

United States division sparked by both sides of the political spectrum

by Nicholas Edabat, Contributor // January 27, 2021

Tensions within the country remain heightened between the radicalized masses of the democratic and republican parties after “The Trump Insurrection,”...

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Presidente Biden tiene un plan extensiva para la comunidad latina

Presidente Biden tiene un plan extensiva para la comunidad latina

by Noé Sandoval, Mundo Azteca Editor // January 27, 2021

Con solo siete días de su presidencia, el Presidente Biden ya está poniendo varias órdenes ejecutivas que ayudarán al país.  Después de meses...

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Perspective: Surviving in the epicenter of the country's political division

Perspective: Surviving in the epicenter of the country’s political division

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // January 25, 2021

East Coast pride is something that can be seen (or heard) over a mile away. Typically, natives are some of the loudest and proudest, representing their...

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The Daily Aztec moderated a debate between SDSU College Democrats and TPUSA at SDSU on Oct. 28.

SDSU students share election reactions, first-time voting experiences

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Senior Staff Writer // December 3, 2020

After four nights of waiting in wonder, the 2020 Presidential Election came to an end once the Associated Press called the race for former Vice President...

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Thank you, Madame Vice President

Thank you, Madame Vice President

by Shalika Oza, Staff Writer // November 25, 2020

Growing up in America, it wasn’t often that I saw South Asian characters in the media, and if I did, they seemed exaggerated and not nearly representative...

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Awakened and empowered, young Americans will hold politicians accountable

Awakened and empowered, young Americans will hold politicians accountable

by Sebastian Mendoza, Contributor // November 24, 2020

The year 2020 has been but a long series of peculiarities that would leave anyone’s mouth open in disbelief. Political chaos in the United States has...

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U.S. territories deserve more political representation

U.S. territories deserve more political representation

by Ryan Hardison, Senior Staff Writer // November 19, 2020

In the United States, Election Day is seen as the peak of democracy, as citizens far and wide 18 years and older cast their vote for president and other...

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Can we have political conversations with our peers without hostility?

Can we have political conversations with our peers without hostility?

by Grace Brady, Contributor // November 17, 2020

In a country where it seems we don’t agree on much, we can all agree on one thing - the first presidential debate was ridiculously laughable. There is...

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