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Students disagree on new on-campus mask requirements

Students disagree on new on-campus mask requirements

by Katelynn Robinson, News Editor // July 14, 2021

San Diego State announced new COVID-19 safety guidelines for students returning to campus for the Fall 2021 semester in a university-wide email on Friday,...

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Production Night is The Daily Aztec's weekly news podcast that is pulling back the curtain on San Diego State's student newsroom. Writers, editors and guests will discuss the week's biggest stories and invite listeners into the action.

Production Night: We’re back, tell your friends

by Trinity Bland and Sara Rott // July 12, 2021

The Daily Aztec podcast host and staff writer Sara Rott is joined by news editor Katelynn Robinson to welcome listeners back to “The Daily Aztec: Production...

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Perspective: Interning at a hospital in a pandemic

Perspective: Interning at a hospital in a pandemic

by Jake Greenfield, Staff Writer // April 14, 2021

In Oct. 2020, many businesses were shuttered and the pandemic raged on. When a friend reached out and asked if I was interested in an internship with the...

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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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Opinion: Normalize mental health resources for young adults

Opinion: Normalize mental health resources for young adults

by Alexa Oslowski, Photo Editor // March 3, 2021

It’s no secret that the last 12 months have thrown countless obstacles and struggles at everyone. Whether it was our health, financial situation, professional...

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Opinion: Trump's legacy can't be brushed under the rug

Opinion: Trump’s legacy can’t be brushed under the rug

by Brenna Martinez, Contributor // March 3, 2021

After an incredibly tense year of combatting the COVID-19 pandemic, the Black Lives Matter movement reaching a new peak and ever-intensifying rhetoric...

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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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SDSU has good intentions in creating rest and recovery days

SDSU has good intentions in creating rest and recovery days

by Sara Rott, Contributor // January 27, 2021

Rest and Recovery days are often used in terms of exercise. Getting enough rest after a high-level performance gives the body time to repair and strengthen...

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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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Review: Chromeo’s Quarantine Casanova echoes feelings of love and hope during pandemic

by Kayla Brown, Staff Writer // November 23, 2020

With life moving from in-person interactions to online platforms because of COVID-19, the dating scene has looked quite different since last March. For...

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The struggle with Zoom fatigue is real

The struggle with Zoom fatigue is real

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // November 12, 2020

For many of us, working from home or having to take part in online classes means we spend a lot of time on video meeting applications like Zoom. We are...

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COVID-19 has increased mental health struggles among current and former SDSU students

by Kayla Brown, Contributor // October 15, 2020

For decades, practicing self-care has been a popular coping mechanism for adults during times of high stress. However, the coronavirus pandemic has brought...

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