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Dipak Gupta
U.S. and Pakistan — An Unhappy Marriage
ViewPoints: Political science professor Dipak Gupta discusses the relationship between the two countries in the wake of Osama bin Laden's death.
“Get Away” by Sherry Krulle Beaton ‘86, acrylic on canvas, 2009
Art Auction Funds Japan Relief
All proceeds will be donated the American Red Cross' Japan Relief Fund.
student playing violin
Musically Travel to Russia and France May 5
Student vocalists, the SDSU Symphony Orchestra and the SDSU String Orchestra will perform.
Osama bin Laden
Caution Urged After Death of Bin Laden
SDSU political science professors discuss bin Laden's death and its significance.
Mnyakongo School student
Goats for Kids
A fundraiser at SDSU aims to provide milk goats for a school in Tanzania.
Julia "Butterfly" Hill
Everyone's an Environmentalist
Keynote speakers Julia "Butterfly" Hill and Daryl Hannah discussed the importance of living a sustainable life.
Mary Eisenhower talking with SDSU students
Mary Eisenhower Visits SDSU
The president and CEO of People to People congratulated students on launching the first university chapter on the West Coast.
Shinya Yamanaka
Kyoto Prizewinner Reflects on Stem-Cell Breakthrough
Researcher Shinya Yamanaka mixed laughs with his life's work during his Kyoto Prize Symposium lecture.
International Simulation Tests Disaster Response
SDSU’s Immersive Visualization Center hosts X24 Europe with relief organizations and government officials, March 28–31.
Education volunteer Jacob Knight teaches his students English through songs he wrote with fellow Peace Corps volunteers.
'Share Your Talent with the World'
The Peace Corps 50th anniversary celebration brought together students, alumni, faculty, staff and community members.
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