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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.
Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm CEO
Qualcomm CEO Shares the Future of Mobile Tech
Paul Jacobs' presentation was part of the inaugural SDSU President's Lecture Series.
Nursing students in the Sharp HealthCare Human Patient Simulation Center.
Sharp Gift Supports Nursing Scholarships
The $500,000 gift establishes the Sharp HealthCare Professional Education and Research Institute at SDSU.
Service members marching on SDSU campus
SDSU Combats Veteran Unemployment
Patricia Reily and the College of Engineering take aim at veteran unemployment through engineering internships.
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Spring Nights on the Mesa
Aztec Nights welcomes students back for the new semester.
Rachael Bailey, a political science senior, aspires to practice law and represent the interests of the hearing impaired.
The Campaign Hits $300 Million
Gifts from nearly 34,000 donors take SDSU closer to its $500 million campaign goal.
Marisa Fraticelli
26 Aztecs Named to MWC All-Academic Team
Fall sports student-athletes in football, cross country, women's soccer and volleyball were selected.
Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm CEO
President Invites Qualcomm CEO to Campus
The university will live-stream Paul Jacobs’ Jan. 31 presentation on SDSU.edu.
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Conference Creates Diverse Leaders
The Leadership and Diversity Conference takes place Feb.18, reinforcing the idea ‘Leadership Starts Here.’
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