EBA vandalized Sunday morning

EBA vandalized Sunday morning

David Hernandez, News Editor

The second floor of San Diego State’s Education and Business Administration building was vandalized late Sunday morning. Several bathrooms were vandalized with swastikas and other illegible markings. In several classrooms,...  Read More »

August 31, 2014 • 0 comments

[VIDEO] SDSU men’s basketball completes Ice Bucket Challenge

Kristian Carreon, staff photographer

[VIDEO] SDSU men’s basketball completes Ice Bucket Challenge

David Hernandez, News Editor

Approximately 20 ice buckets were strategically placed in front of Hepner Hall. Moments...  Read More »

August 28, 2014 • 0 comments

SDSU discovers gut virus related to obesity

SDSU discovers gut virus related to obesity

Michelle Monroy, Senior Staff Writer

There is a new gut virus that lives in half of the world population and was discovered by researchers at San Diego State. The virus, which has gone undetected for decades, infects common gut bacteria that could be connected...  Read More »

August 28, 2014 • 0 comments

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SDSU handles NAU 38-7 in season opener

Mike Heral, Staff Writer

SDSU handles NAU 38-7 in season opener

The San Diego State Aztecs have beaten the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks 38-7 in today's season opener at Qualcomm Stadium. Sophomore running back Donnel Pumphrey led the way for the Aztecs, carrying it 19 times for 111...  Read More »

August 30, 2014 • 0 comments

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Where there’s a Latina character, there’s a stereotype

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Where there’s a Latina character, there’s a stereotype

Jose Gutierrez, Staff Writer

Last week, I had the displeasure of watching the trailer for “Addicted,” an upcoming film about a woman addicted to sleeping with men other than her husband. I honestly rolled my eyes so far back into my head, I may have...  Read More »

August 31, 2014 • 0 comments

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Aztec author visits past with history novel

Courtesy of David Caraccio

Aztec author visits past with history novel

Lainie Fraser, Staff Writer

David Caraccio is a San Diego State alumnus who recently published his first novel “Tiburcio! Love, crime and rebellion in early California.” Caraccio has been a journalist for 25 years. He is currently an online news...  Read More »

August 28, 2014 • 0 comments

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Daily Aztec discusses theatre criticism with alumnus

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Daily Aztec discusses theatre criticism with alumnus

David Dixon, Staff Writer

Readers of the U-T San Diego probably know that James Hebert is the publication's main theater critic. The accomplished writer is also an alumnus of San Diego State and was an entertainment writer for The Daily Aztec. During...  Read More »

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