Top 5

With the end of 2012 just around the corner, it’s as good a time as any to revisit the most popular blog posts of the year.

  1. Taking Shape (posted Aug. 1)
    The footprint of Aztec Student Union continues to take shape this week, with the latest addition the walkway from the pedestrian bridge into the new building.
  2.  Diamond in the Rough (posted Aug. 13)
    The vision of Aztec Student Union is becoming clearer every day – like a diamond in the rough.
  3. Walk This Way (posted Aug. 20)
    Changes are afoot at Aztec Student Union. The most easily visible, at least for those on campus all summer, is the expansion of the walkway adjacent to Manchester Hall.
  4.  Cranes, Cats and SkyTraks, Oh My! (posted May 24)
    If you’ve been by the Aztec Student Union construction site, you’ve probably noticed a lot of activity the past few days.
  5.  Stormceptor, Go! (posted June 11)
    Despite the deceptive name, a stormceptor is not a Transformer or similarly awesome robot. It’s actually a device that helps keep storm drains clean, which in turn keeps oceans cleaner, too.

Did your favorite post of the year make the cut? Make sure to share your fav construction moments in the comments!

Curious about the year ahead for Aztec Student Union? Be sure to “like” it on Facebook, follow it on Twitter or visit the website to stay up to date in 2013!


About Lorena

I'm a San Diego native and a proud two-time alumna of the San Diego State University School of Journalism and Media Studies. I currently work as the marketing and communications manager for the Associated Students of SDSU.
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