Since 1913, San Diego State University's student newspaper has covered every on-campus landmark event while documenting the university’s news and history. Today, the Daily Aztec today consists of more than 100 staff members and is completely student-run.
The celebration of the Daily Aztec's centennial marks much more than 10 decades of reporting on the university. It also celebrates the rich history of SDSU.
Centennial celebrations will culminate in a gala event on May 13 at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center. Learn more!
See a sampling of the jobs and career opportunities currently available to SDSU students!
Featured jobs this month include Corps member - City Year Los Angeles (an AmeriCorps program); Web, Graphic, Mobile App Designer interns with San Diego County DA's Office (Youth Advisory Board); Entry-level sales position with Yelp, Inc. in Phoenix, AZ.
The Mission Bay Aquatic Center has obtained platinum-level certification for its existing buildings. Platinum certification is the highest level sustainable building certification available -- and the first of its kind for an existing project in the city of San Diego. Find out more!
Associated Students (AS) Vice President of Finance Eric Anderberg has been proactive during his senior year in lining up a great career upon graduation. Thanks to his involvement with both the College of Business and with SDSU’s Career Services, he’s off to a great start before the ink on his diploma is dry.
Eric, who graduates this month with a degree in Finance, said working with staff on campus was key in landing his new position with Federated Insurance. He begins a 9-month training program on June 17 in Minnesota.
In fall 2013, Aztec Student Union will open its doors to the San Diego State University community as the new “campus living room.”
As a hub for studying, socializing, connecting, relaxing, eating and learning, students, faculty, staff and alumni will enjoy many amenities in what is planned to be a the state-of-the-art LEED Platinum-certified building.
Since steel structures went up in September 2012, lots of progress has been made. Read about the Aztec Student Union year in review.
Throughout the month of June, on Tuesday and Thursday of each week, SDSU Career Services is offering a series of "Life After SDSU" workshops to SDSU alumni. Workshop topics include job searching via social media, networking, salary negotiation, graduate school options, and more.All workshops
will be located in Career Services.
International and domestic students share their culture with the SDSU community every Friday at the International Student Center (ISC).
Friday, May 3, from noon to 1 p.m., you're invited for a fabulous coffee hour, plus free food, hosted by international students from Mexico!