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Senior farewell: Madison Hopkins

by Madison Hopkins, Managing Editor // May 7, 2015

When I first came to The Daily Aztec offices, I didn’t exactly know what to expect. It was the beginning of my sophomore year and I had only just decided...

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A+ Review doesn't cheat the system

A+ Review doesn’t cheat the system

by Madison Hopkins // March 13, 2014

Flashcards? Check. Notebook? Check. Highlighters? Check. Intricate reviews compiled of study materials, homework and potentially even past exams? That...

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Word from the wise on the student success fee

by Madison Hopkins // February 10, 2014

With the newly proposed Student Success Fee up for debate at informational forums throughout the month, The Aztec decided to do some investigating into...

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Open forum polling analyzed

by Madison Hopkins // February 10, 2014

In order to gather a more accurate picture of the variety of opinions Aztecs have regarding the Student Success Fee, The Aztec held our own informal polling...

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Attend success fee forums or pay the price of apathy

Attend success fee forums or pay the price of apathy

by Madison Hopkins // January 27, 2014

This semester, Aztecs will have the opportunity to have their voices heard. No, I’m not talking about the mayoral or Associated Students elections,...

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Do resolutions help or hurt you?

by Staff // January 23, 2014

New Year's resolutions inspire people to change for the better, with the help of friends and family all doing the same thing. Kelly Gardner, Staff Columnist The...

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How to turn your resolutions into realities

by Madison Hopkins // January 23, 2014

So now what? You’ve made the resolutions, mentally dedicated yourself to change and decided that this is the semester you will make things happen. Maybe...

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Durante esta fecha, las personas consumen más productos sexuales.

Wrap it up tight or it’ll itch at night

by Madison Hopkins // December 2, 2013

Condoms are proven to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases—got it? I was hoping that was an unnecessary statement for most readers, but...

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SD Mayoral frontrunner Kevin Faulconer was all smiles at the KPBS debate in October.

Faulconer offers generic solutions to complicated problems

by Madison Hopkins // November 12, 2013

During the past few weeks, I have written about two of the top four candidates in the upcoming San Diego mayoral election. This week, I researched Kevin...

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Aguirre marches to the beat of his own drum

by Madison Hopkins // November 4, 2013

As the Nov. 19 special election approaches, one man stands out among the top four mayoral candidates, not as the top contender in polls, endorsements or...

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Pro/Con: the SDSU Adderall debate

Pro/Con: the SDSU Adderall debate

by Staff // October 14, 2013

Is Adderall a harmless study drug, a useful tool for students with learning disabilities or something much worse? Senior staff columnist Madison Hopkins...

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Men’s rights activists miss the point

by Madison Hopkins // October 9, 2013

At my freshmen orientation, one memory stands out particularly clearly among the blur of a campus tour, class registration and endlessly awkward get-to-know-each-other...

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