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Senior Farewell: Will Fritz

Senior Farewell: Will Fritz

by Will Fritz, Editor in Chief // May 8, 2019

So I have absolutely no clue how to write this. I know it’s such a cliché to say things like this, but if you had told me on Aug. 20, 2015, that I...

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Mr. President, my trans mom is fit to serve

by Will Fritz, Editor in Chief // January 30, 2019

Disgust. Anger. Exasperation. These are some of the things I felt when my phone buzzed on Jan. 22 to notify me the Supreme Court had lifted the injunctions...

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I’m the editor-in-chief. Here’s my unsolicited advice to freshmen.

by Will Fritz, Editor in Chief // August 22, 2018

You can do anything you can put your mind to. And never stop fighting. I know these sound like clichés, and that’s because they are. But they still...

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Blog: Will Fritz named Editor in Chief for 2018-2019

Blog: Will Fritz named Editor in Chief for 2018-2019

by Andrew Dyer, Editor in Chief // April 12, 2018
The Daily Aztec is also accepting applications for section editor positions for next academic year.
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Staff of The Daily Aztec at the 2018 CCMA Awards in Long Beach, CA. Left to right: David Santillan, Andrew Dyer, Will Fritz, Bella Ross and Kelly Smiley.

Blog: The Daily Aztec wins multiple awards at national journalism convention

by Andrew Dyer, Editor in Chief // March 5, 2018

The Daily Aztec won a third place "Best of Show" award for its print newspaper and a fifth place "Best of Show" award for its website at the 2018 Associated...

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Will Fritz's 1995 Nissan Pickup in Temecula.

Saying ‘goodbye’ to my best friend

by Will Fritz, News Editor // January 24, 2018

I didn’t realize how hard it would be to say goodbye. Maybe that was foolish of me. There I was, sobbing uncontrollably as I pulled out of the...

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Second sexual assault in two weeks reported

by Will Fritz, News Editor // October 25, 2017

Two sexual assaults have been reported to university police since the beginning of the month. In both cases, suspects have been identified but are not...

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