Tuesday, October 25, 2016

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The honor highlights SDSU
SDSU Among Princeton Review’s Most Sustainable Universities
The Centennial Landscape Project added trees, outdoor furniture and more drought-tolerant plants.
Centennial Mall Makeover
Since 2011, SDSU has climbed 37 spots on U.S. News & World Report
This Month on NewsCenter
SDSU continued its commitment to sustainability during Aztec Move-In this year.
Red, Black and Green
Artist Aida Valencia created a glass and stone mosaic of the sycamore tree that grew in Aztec Center.
Back to Its Roots
Sage Project Director Jessica Barlow speaks at the Resilient Cities 2016 conference in Germany.
Sage Project Shares Ideas Internationally
Storm and Nasatir Halls underwent major renovations that were completed in 2014.
SDSU Buildings Earn LEED Certification
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Environmental Award for Associated Students
SDSU community garden
Eating Green
A solar farm in Imperial County, California.
Spurring Clean Energy Innovation
Students at Greenfest
A Week of Green
SDSU assistant professor of geography Arielle Levine (standing) facilitates a mapping workshop in American Samoa.
Sustainability's Social Core