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Our most-read stories of 2016

Our most-read stories of 2016

by Jamie Ballard, Managing Editor // December 31, 2016

2016 was a noteworthy year at The Daily Aztec. We covered several demonstrations ranging from Black Lives Matter demonstrations after the arrest of Marquis...

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Crime and Incident Report: Vandalism, Petty Theft

by Will Fritz, Senior Staff Writer // December 8, 2016

Vandalism At 6:52 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 30, the San Diego State Police Department was informed of a vehicle in Parking 4 on East Campus Drive with...

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Incident and Crime Report: Drug activity, Vandalism

by Will Fritz, Senior Staff Writer // December 2, 2016

Map points are reasonable approximations and these points represent only the incidents discussed in the report. They do not represent every crime reported...

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Measure B seeks to expand housing in Escondido

Measure B seeks to expand housing in Escondido

by Will Fritz, Senior Staff Writer // November 3, 2016

A yes vote for Measure B on the San Diego County ballot would amend the county general plan to allow for a housing development in a rural area north of...

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SDSU Athletics Director John David Wicker.

Editorial: Wicker hiring shows SDSU, Hirshman learned nothing from $3.35 million lawsuit

by Editorial Board // November 2, 2016
The message Wicker’s hiring sends to women in the athletic department is clear: not only does SDSU not take Title IX seriously, but whistleblowers can and will be retaliated upon.
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The Daily Aztec Does: Marching Band

by Cami Buckman, Senior Staff Writer // October 25, 2016

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Campus activists silent in face of anti-Semitic author

by Anthony Berteaux, Staff Columnist // September 23, 2016

An author accused of making anti-Semitic statements has been invited to speak at San Diego State. On Sept. 29, SDSU’s Students for Justice in Palestine...

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Un grupo de estudiantes haciendo uso de su meal plan en la SDSU

Hora de hacer rendir tu meal plan

by Monserrat Torres, Escritora // August 29, 2016

Cuando llega el tema de la comida, los estudiantes de la San Diego State University tienen claro que no hay porque preocuparse por lo que van a comer ya...

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Good enough is not good enough

by Sydney Sweeney, Staff Columnist // August 24, 2016

Welcome to San Diego State, freshmen, where the days of earning outstanding grades despite academic indolence come to die. In high school, week-old assignments...

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Keep an open mind to battle closed mindset

by Andrew Dyer, Opinion Editor // August 24, 2016
American culture is in the midst of an ideological war, and one look at the scoreboard suggests ignorance is winning.
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“Colorblind” delusion a problem

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Writer // August 17, 2016

“I am reminded every day when I walk into lecture and I am the only black girl,” said sophomore Lauren Merriweather when asked what role race plays...

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Sanders supporters swelter waiting for the then-candidate to speak at a May rally in National City, California.

Opinion: Sanders lost, get over it

by Andrew Dyer, Opinion Editor // August 17, 2016

“Lock her up! Lock her up!” This anti-Clinton refrain was all the rage at the Republican National Convention in late July. No surprise. Republican...

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