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Aztec Farms
Students Farm for Sustainability
Aztec Farms is a testing ground for growing healthy, organic food while preventing natural resource depletion.
flooded Qualcomm Stadium
SDSU Thanks City For Bowl Game Heroics
City of San Diego workers pumped 1.5 million gallons of water out of Qualcomm Stadium the night before the Poinsettia Bowl.
Marshall Faulk evades a tackle during an SDSU football game.
Former Aztec Voted to Hall of Fame
Alumnus Marshall Faulk was voted into the NFL Hall of Fame Saturday.
SDSU professor and composer Richard Thompson
Feb. 9 Noon Concert Celebrates Black History Month
Art songs by African-American composers will be sung, including a piece by SDSU professor Richard Thompson.
SDSU President Stephen L. Weber
San Diego Chamber of Commerce Honors Weber
The Regional Unity Award recognizes SDSU for its engagement with the community, business leaders and local schools.
Rocky Long
2011 Football Recruiting Class Announced
Twenty-three student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent to join Rocky Long and the Aztecs.
flute and sheet music
Feb. 2 Noon Concert Goes 'Baroque and Blue'
The free concert features flutist Pamela Vilek Martchev and jazz pianist Geoffrey Keezer.
students lined up outside Viejas Arena at night
Camping Out for Tickets
Students spent all night in line for tickets to the TCU and Utah basketball games.
female videojournalist Photo by: Roberto Ferrari
Digital and Social Media Collaborative Launches
The new collaborative will offer experts, workshops and symposia, and promote research in digital and social media.
black filmmakers and actors
SDSU Sponsors Black Film Festival, Jan. 27-30
As an official educational sponsor, youth in the community and SDSU students will gain exposure to African-American cinema.
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