The Daily Aztec

What you wear is not a statement of consent

by Athena Jreij

November 25, 2019

Too often when a victim of sexual assault or harrassment comes forward to share their story, they are overwhelmed with questions that scrutinize their actions rather than those of their perpetrator. One of the most frustrating ...

People of color should be able to celebrate Black Panther without cries for inclusion

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Writer

March 14, 2018

After the release of Black Panther I thought, “Finally, this is our movie, a movie for black people.” After I said this, someone asked me why it has to be a movie for black people. Why can’t everyone be excited for it...

Special Commentary: SDSU campus police need to pick up the pace before it’s too late

by Emmalee Ferbert

December 13, 2017

Women have to worry about predators and perverts every day of their lives. They fear walking alone — day or night — because of them. Being new to this campus, I believed I would be safe my freshman year living on campus in ...

Film honors gender fluidity

by Nicole Badgley, Staff Writer

March 13, 2017

Several on-campus groups celebrated this year’s International Women’s Day on March 8 with various discussions and activities. The Bread and Roses Center of the Department of Women’s Studies hosted a film screening of “Kum...