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Fall in Love with South Bay Art Scene Feb. 11
heART on Center features hands-on arts activities and a variety of entertainment in Chula Vista.
Founding faculty members in Afro-American Studies
Black History Month on the Mesa
The Department of Africana Studies will celebrate its 40th anniversary Feb. 24.
Emilie Hersh
Panelists Break the Glass Ceiling
The Women in the Boardroom Symposium takes place 8:30 - 10:30 a.m., Feb. 9.
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Writers Conference Attracts Worldwide Talent
The 28th annual event attracted aspiring writers from as far away as Australia.
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'Sixth Sense' Linked to Falls
Researchers believe improving 'proprioception' may help prevent deadly injuries among the elderly.
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Kidnapped Journalist Talks Libya Feb. 9
James Foley will recount his ordeal as reporter and captive during the Libyan revolution.
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Research May Protect Brazilian Coral Reefs
SDSU students and faculty find incredible biodiversity inside the reefs of Abrolhos Bank.
Carl Yoshimine, Jim Kitchen, Stephen L. Weber, June Kushino
Nisei Grads Subject of CSU Documentary
The film tells the story of Japanese-American students who didn't receive their degrees because of Executive Order 9066.
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'Magic Flute' Sings Feb. 10-12
The fantastical opera of myth, magic and music kicks off the School of Music and Dance's 75th anniversary.
Adam Hall during his playing days in the early 2000s.
Former QB Hired as Strength & Conditioning Coach
Adam Hall, who played at SDSU in the early 2000s, is the newest addition to the team's staff.
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