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“Prison Through Tomorrow’s Eyes”
Prison Documentary Wins Award
Paul Sutton’s newest film, “Prison Through Tomorrow’s Eyes,” was named Best Educational Documentary at the Jersey Shore Film Festival in late July.
The memorial is in a tranquil corner of campus, between the Engineering and Life Sciences North buildings.
Engineering Professors Remembered
Today marks the 15th anniversary of the tragic deaths of Chen Liang, Preston Lowrey III and Constantinos Lyrintzis.
Starbucks Coffee in East Commons
New Starbucks Opens in East Commons
The new store replaces the closed Aztec Center location.
Kawhi Leonard
Basketball Season Scores TV Special
An hour-long program chronicling the 2010-11 season will debut Saturday on Channel 4 San Diego.
Demolition of Aztec Center is complete, paving the way for construction of Aztec Student Union to begin.
Demolition of Aztec Center Completed
A milestone was reached in the Aztec Student Union construction.
Bob Wolfson
SDSU Research Foundation Welcomes New Director
Bob Wolfson looks forward to helping facilitate the university's research agenda.
The SDSU Bookstore expanded its textbook rental program and studied its effect.
Bookstore Rentals Help Classroom Performance
The SDSU bookstore studied the impact of book rentals on classroom preparedness.
SDSU students, faculty and staff participated in the annual Pride parade.
SDSU Earns Top LGBT Rating
For the second year in a row, Campus Pride recognized SDSU for supporting LGBT issues.
Marshall Faulk
Congratulations Marshall Faulk
Former Aztec running back Marshall Faulk will be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame this weekend.
A laser is used in the particle generation process to create carbon nano particles.
Getting Out of Hot Water
SDSU engineering professor Fletcher Miller believes using air instead of water will make solar power production more efficient.
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