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College of Extended Studies looks to give a helping hand to those suffering from PTSD
Taking on Veteran Stress
SDSU’s College of Extended Studies will launch two new classes aimed at helping veterans and their loved ones lessen stress.
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Aztecs Plug In
SDSU brings electric vehicle charging stations to campus.
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Experts Focus on Global Justice
The semester-long lecture series, "International Law and Global Justice," features policy experts from around the world.
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Lecture Examines 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Feb. 20
The lecture is part of a new series that will focus on the successes, struggles and diversity of the LGBT community.
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The Doctor Will Cure You Now
Unconventional research targets killer bacteria.
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Fall in Love with South Bay Art Scene Feb. 11
heART on Center features hands-on arts activities and a variety of entertainment in Chula Vista.
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Black History Month on the Mesa
The Department of Africana Studies will celebrate its 40th anniversary Feb. 24.
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Conference Emphasizes LGBT Issues
School counselors, educators and others can register now for the Feb. 17-19 conference.
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Panelists Break the Glass Ceiling
The Women in the Boardroom Symposium takes place 8:30 - 10:30 a.m., Feb. 9.
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Kidnapped Journalist Talks Libya Feb. 9
James Foley will recount his ordeal as reporter and captive during the Libyan revolution.
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