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Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA discusses race

Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA discusses race

by Ariana Shier, Staff Writer // April 19, 2017

The Beautiful Arts Club and Department of Classics and Humanities hosted an event on April 11 featuring renowned rapper GZA, also known as The Genius or...

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Anthropology students use primitive tools funded by Student Success Fee

Anthropology students use primitive tools funded by Student Success Fee

by Adriana Millar, Assistant News Editor // February 27, 2017

The Association of Anthropology Students held a workshop on Feb. 10 that gave students a first-hand look at primitive tool use. The experimental archeology...

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Aztec Electric Racing plans to race to the top

Aztec Electric Racing plans to race to the top

by Emely Navarro, News Editor // September 21, 2016

Aztec Electric Racing made a strong entrance to San Diego State this semester with more than 100 club sign-ups after the first meeting. Kelsey Winter,...

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Law to require student vote on success fee

Law to require student vote on success fee

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer // September 30, 2015

The California legislature passed a new bill this month that would require California State University students to vote on student success fees at some...

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Students Overcoming Struggles Petition

Petition demands resources for disadvantaged students

by Colleen Larson, Staff Writer // March 2, 2015

A new group on campus is collecting signatures for a petition that aims to eradicate student poverty and homelessness at San Diego State. Students Overcoming...

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The State of State: President Hirshman discusses salary, sexual assault, mascot and more

The State of State: President Hirshman discusses salary, sexual assault, mascot and more

by David Hernandez, News Editor // December 11, 2014

The Daily Aztec sat down to speak with President Elliot Hirshman about prominent issues the university faced this semester. For a full, unedited transcript...

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President revises free speech

October 16, 2014

Pesident President Hirshman was appointed president of San Diego State in 2011. To document his first 100 days, he started a blog in March of 2011 covering...

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Success Fee objectors are all protest and no action

by KC Stanfield, Assistant Opinion Editor // October 4, 2014

San Diego State’s Student Success Fee is like an untreated case of syphilis. It’ll get progressively worse and more costly each year. Continuing with...

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Success Fee to fund student programs

by Maria del Carmen Huerta, Staff Writer // September 18, 2014

Aztecs have the opportunity to make use of $300,000 funded through the Student Success Fee this year by submitting a grant proposal by Sept. 24. The...

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SDSU's Hepner Hall building

SDSU tuition, fees explained

by Quinn Owen, Senior Staff Writer // September 4, 2014

Throughout the past decade, San Diego State students have seen an increase in tuition and fees nearly every year. But what is this money used for? Where...

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Success fee funds new course sections

Success fee funds new course sections

by Luke Henning, Senior staff writer // July 21, 2014

The Campus Fee Advisory Committee has released a list of 51 new course sections that will be added during the Fall 2014 semester at San Diego State with...

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10 things that are worse than your finals

10 things that are worse than your finals

by Kelly Gardner // May 8, 2014

As we enter the final stage of this semester, many Aztecs are dreading the inevitable stress, exhaustion and likely mental breakdowns that come with Finals....

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