Saturday, March 25, 2017

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The SDSU Enviro-Business Society meets every other Wednesday in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union. (Credit: SDSU Enviro-Business Society)
Student Organization Spotlight: Enviro-Business Society
SDSU student Jillian Grabenstein hopes to one day work for an architecture firm that focuses on building sustainability. (Credit: Jillian Grabenstein)
Jillian Grabenstein’s Aztec Experience
GreenFest encourages the SDSU community to engage in a sustainable lifestyle. (Credit: GreenFest)
GreenFest Returns to Campus
SDSU student Shelah Ott said being involved on campus has changed her life the most during her time at SDSU. (Credit: Shelah Ott)
Shelah Ott’s Aztec Experience
SDSU’s Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union features a “green roof,” solar panels and low-flow faucets and toilets.
Student Union Earns LEED Double Platinum Status
SDSU’s Sage Project is partnering with the City of Lemon Grove for the 2016-17 academic year. (Courtesy: City of Lemon Grove)
Sage Project Takes U.S. Lead on UN Climate Toolkit
SDSU received its largest philanthropic donation in university history and named a new director of intercollegiate athletics in October. (Photo: Joel Ortiz)
This Month on NewsCenter
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