Sunday, April 30, 2017

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The Campaign for SDSU has raised $800 million as the first-ever, university-wide fundraising campaign comes to a close.
The Campaign for SDSU Raises $800 Million
The exhibit titled, “Georgia: Building the Future on a Vibrant Past,” will open at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26, in SDSU’s Love Library, Room 108.
Renowned Paleontologist to Speak at SDSU
Carmel Alon is an international security and conflict resolution major involved in several student organizations on campus. (Photo: Kelly Smiley/The Daily Aztec)
Carmel Alon’s Aztec Experience
Ric Epps is a lecturer in SDSU’s School of Public Affairs in the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts.
Ric Epps on Syria
The intensive format allows students to complete the equivalent of an entire year of foreign language study in just five weeks.
Learn a Language this Summer
Dana Ivgy is a current visiting lecturer at SDSU where she teaches classes in both Theatre, Television and Film and Jewish Studies. (Photo: Ginger Shoulders)
Israeli Artists in Conversation
Yale Strom and members of his band, Hot Pstromi (pictured), will be joined in concert by Israeli jazz guitarist and oudist Amos Hoffman and pianist and composer Noam Lemish.
Desert Caravan
Mary Ann Lyman-Hager (Credit: 360: The Magazine of San Diego State University)
Lyman-Hager Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Storm, Nasatir and Charles Hostler Hall Complex (Photo: Jim Brady)
A New National Ranking for SDSU
Kathleen Stephens served as the U.S. ambassador to South Korea from 2008 to 2011. (Credit: Stanford University)
Lessons from Korea
Bernhard Schlink is best known for his 1995 novel “The Reader,” the first German novel to reach No. 1 on the New York Times Bestseller List. (Photo: Gaby Gerster)
SDSU Hosts German Novelist Bernhard Schlink
SDSU’s College of Extended Studies offers more than 50 faculty-led study abroad programs. (Credit: SDSU
Faculty-Led Study Abroad Deadline Approaches