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CAMPUS COMMUNITY: InterVarsity brings Christian views to SDSU

by Staff
November 13, 2006
Filed under Daily Aztec Stories

Most people's opinions about Jesus come from things they hear or see from people around them. But they don't often make their decisions based on what they've read in the Bible.If you come and check out InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, you'll not only learn about Jesus, but you'll see a whole different...

SDSU study discovers religious practices continue to decline

SDSU study discovers religious practices continue to decline

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer
April 6, 2016
Filed under News

A recent study by San Diego State researchers found that religious practices among Americans are on the decline. Psychology professor Jean Twenge and three other SDSU researchers, Ryne Sherman, Julie Exline and Joshua Grubbs, found that a majority of Americans remained religious, but three times a...

Club persecuted by CSUs

Club persecuted by CSUs

by Emmilly Nguyen, Contributor
September 22, 2014
Filed under Opinion

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, an international Christian group, is a notable club on campus. IVCF requires student leaders to share the same Christian ideal as the club, a practice not condoned by California State Universities, leading to its “derecognition” by all 23 California State Colleges. What...

Why I’m an Aztec for life

by Victoria Valenzuela
May 8, 2014
Filed under The Back Page

Every song ends, but that’s no reason to not enjoy the music. OK, that might just be a “One Tree Hill” reference, but you get the idea. Even though you know there’s an inevitable end, you still have to take the time to enjoy every bit of an experience while it lasts. I’ve been in this kin...

On-campus preaching gets loud

by Declan Desmond
November 14, 2012
Filed under News

A bustling campus of approximately 30,000 students, San Diego State is far from being a quiet place, but this semester, off-campus Christian groups continue to add to the commotion with fervent and often confrontational demonstrations. Some come armed with signs, crosses and pamphlets, which warn of damnation. Others stand in busy areas between buildings, shouting the gospel at an...

Student secrets displayed at booth

by Staff
October 20, 2010
Filed under News

Nicole C. Corpuz, Contributor Everyone has a secret. Some keep their secrets buried deep inside. However, San Diego State students had the option to pin their secrets to a tent on Campanile Walkway, for thousands of peers to read. For the second year in a row, the student organization ...

Student secrets displayed at booth

by Staff
October 18, 2010
Filed under News

InterVarsity?s ?No Secrets Booth? allowed SDSU students to anonymously post their secrets on the tent?s walls. Everyone has a secret. Some keep their secrets buried deep inside. However, San Diego State students had the option to pin their secrets to a tent on Campanile Walkway, for thousands of pee...

Africa tent raises AIDS awareness

by Staff
November 11, 2006
Filed under Daily Aztec Stories

Courtesy of InterVarsity Christian FellowshipMore than 42 million people worldwide are living with HIV or AIDS. Nearly three-fourths of the people - about 74 percent - are living in sub-Saharan Africa.On Tuesday, students at San Diego State will raise awareness of this problem by hosting a 60-by-20 tent ca...

Campus Calendar

by Staff
January 27, 1998
Filed under Daily Aztec Stories

The Daily Aztec Campus Calendar lists events on and off campus as a service to San Diego State University students, faculty, staff and community.Clubs, organizations, departments and local community groups may submit written entries to The Daily Aztec City Desk in the basement of the Business Administr...