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These Hands Don
Domestic Violence Focus of Student Fair
A public information fair aimed at preventing domestic violence will take place April 10 on Campanile Walkway.
Nurse Mary Koroma
Activist Targets Mother, Infant Survival in Africa
Activist Nurse Mary Koroma aims to curb the highest maternal mortality rates in the world.
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LGBT Tackles Tough Issues
A 2012 lecture series covers varied topics that focus on identity, politics and acceptance.
SDSU Alert
April 5 Campus Emergency Drill
Love Library and Manchester Hall will be evacutated from 9:45 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. as part of the drill.
Infant doing touch-screen task in lab
Baby Talk
SDSU research helps determine what babies know before they can use language effectively.
Valerie Ooka Pang
Asian ‘Model Minority’ Myth Debunked
Education professor’s research questions the unrealistic educational model toward Asian American students.
sandwich in reusable container
Green Lunch Explores Sustainable Buildings
The Green Lunch Bag Series offers a free organic lunch on March 21.
Kids at a WorldWide Orphans / Hole in the Wall Camp
Research with Heart
Graduate students from the College of Health and Human Services travel the globe to help orphans suffering from life-threatening diseases.
Ambassador Daniel C. Kurtzer
U.S. Ambassador Talks Middle East Conflict
Ambassador Daniel C. Kurtzer will discuss the impact of the Middle East conflict on U.S. foreign policy and the potential for peace in the region.
SDSU Children
A is for Art
The SDSU Children’s Center showcases artwork by its students as part of its annual fundraiser.
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