Wednesday, October 18, 2017

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Tokyo (Photo: Jonathan Tran)
Saying Sayonara to Regret
Derick Abrigu
Crossing Borders in Search of Answers
D’Erryl Williams
D’Erryl Williams Finds Perspective Studying Abroad
From left to right: Cristine Brosas, Roberto Conrriquez, Jose Hernandez and Maysaa Ibrahim (Photos: Candy Carson)
SDSU Gilman Scholarship Recipients Share Their Stories
SDSU student Nicole Garcia playing with children while volunteering abroad.
Volunteering Abroad Gaining Popularity Among SDSU Students
Through the U.S. Fulbright program, Kellie Quinn (’13, ‘17) will travel to Morocco to teach English with multimedia tools, field trips and creative projects.
Student Fulbright Winners Head to Brazil, Morocco, India
SDSU student Brittany Jones will study at the University of Ghana in the city of Legon during the fall semester.
On the Road Less Traveled
SDSU history professor Kathryn Edgerton-Tarpley in Zhengzhou, the capital of China
SDSU History Professor Wins Fulbright for Research in China
From left to right: Bernardo Paterniti, Muzi “Lily” Li, Abdulaziz Alhubail. (Credit: SDSU International Student Center)
Graduating International Seniors Share Their SDSU Stories
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