Letter from the editor in chief: Fellow Aztecs, As editor-in-chief of your newspaper, I am ultimately responsible for any and all content that flows on our printed copy or streams through our Web pages. Although I do not read every single article we run on a daily basis, I understand that the responsibility of [...]
On May 2 on my way to class, I ran into a classmate. I asked her if she heard the good news (the death of Osama bin Laden).
Responding to the “Rape Victims at SDSU: Come Forward” cover story (by Stacey Oparnica).
Also: SDSU men’s basketball fans disgrace their team
The guy sitting in the fluffy chair next to me right now did not start off our non-relationship well. His first bad move: loudly narrating his own actions, like he thinks he’s on some sort of reality show or starring in his own movie, as if to somehow benefit his audience – me.
By Ruthie Kelly, Editor in Chief To vote or not to vote, that is the question. It’s a quandary that’s not as simple as it seems. Before I was eligible to vote, I would have answered a simple, straightforward affirmative: Of course you should vote! It is your right and duty as a citizen of [...]