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A city street in La Spezia, Italy
City Centered
Can European urban developers learn anything from San Diego's experience?
cellist in the SDSU Symphony Orchestra
SDSU Symphony Orchestra Explores 'Music of the People' Feb. 26
The program will feature classical music inspired by the folk, vernacular or popular music of a particular culture and time.
Lighting the "S" for SDSU
Give me an 'S'
Find out how Cowles Mountain became an Aztec stronghold.
Joanna Brooks
More Than a ‘Mormon Girl’
English chair Joanna Brooks talks about writing her memoir and her blog, Ask Mormon Girl.
Ken Walsh and Eli Espino observe construction activity at the Englekirk Center
Construction Students Build Safer Future
Students and professors oversee the construction of a facility that promises to make strides in earthquake-resistant building.
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Explosion in the Andromeda Galaxy
An SDSU astronomer confirmed a rare recurrent nova eruption.
Assistant coach Lauren Schwarzmann (left) and head coach Kylee White (right)
Lacrosse Hosts Inaugural Home Game Feb. 17
The team faces the University of Cincinnati at 7 p.m. at the Aztec Lacrosse Field.
business team of young people
Zahn Center Boosts Start-ups
Student companies will have the opportunity to participate in an on-campus business incubator.
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Leadership Starts Here
The grand prize for the SDSU Month Video Contest is a trip for two to the University of Washington football game.
Tony Gwynn
Tony Gwynn Undergoes Surgery to Remove Tumor
It is the second cancer surgery for the Aztecs baseball coach and MLB Hall of Famer.
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