Saturday, July 22, 2017

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From left to right: Gina Rebanio, Jessica Wylie and Katie Therrien (Photo: Jim Brady)
Let Them Eat Cake…and Cookies too
SDSU will host seven separate ceremonies from May 12-14 at Viejas Arena and one ceremony on May 11 at its Imperial Valley campus.
2017 Commencement Summary
Viejas Arena is expected to reach its 12,414-person capacity during several commencement ceremonies this weekend.
SDSU Commencement Parking and Traffic
More than 10,000 SDSU students will graduate at the university’s commencement festivities this month.
More than 10,000 Students to Graduate From SDSU
Trader Joe’s will open at SDSU
Trader Joe’s Opening at SDSU This Month
The Cinco de Mayo Concert in the Park will feature the music stylings of Jarabe Mexicano (pictured), SDSU Jazz Ensemble and SDSU Wind Symphony. (Photo: Ken Jacques)
Cinco de Mayo Concert in the Park
Each year, SDSU clubs, organizations and departments provide an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of graduates.
A More Intimate Commencement
SDSU’s Sage Project partnered with the City of Lemon Grove for the 2016-17 academic year. (Courtesy: City of Lemon Grove)
Showcasing Success of Sage Project
Jennifer Anne Bennett, Branch and Brine, 2016; encaustic and mixed-media on panel, 11 x 14 inches; courtesy of the artist
All Natural
The intensive format allows students to complete the equivalent of an entire year of foreign language study in just five weeks.
Learn a Language this Summer
The cast of "The Full Monty" is led by SDSU’s MFA musical theatre class of 2018. (Photo: Ken Jacques)
The Full Monty
A piece created for the A is for Art event on on Saturday, April 22 at the Mingei International Museum in Balboa Park. (Credit: SDSU Children
A is for Art