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The Campaign for SDSU
The campaign has the power to transform SDSU into one of the great public universities.
SDSU programs promote physical activity and healthy habits among Latino residents in South San Diego County.
'Promotoras' Help Latinas Get Fit
A study of the community health model shows increased fitness and reduced blood pressure in participants.
civil rights protester
Aztecs Fight for Equality
Decades Ago at San Diego State: looking back at the Civil Rights movement in San Diego.
Recycle e-waste Oct. 29 in P Lot.
Recycle E-waste Oct. 29
The campus recycling event will take place in P Lot and is open to the public.
1960s-era photo of African-American man with bullhorn in the midst of a protest
Civil Rights Era Brought to Life
A new collection in University Archives and Special Collections highlights San Diegans' fight for equal rights.
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Win Free Tickets to the San Diego Asian Film Festival!
SDSU NewsCenter is giving away five pairs of tickets to the festival.
solar panels atop Mission Bay Aquatic Center
Students LEEDing the Way to Green Buildings
A student group pursues high-level environmental certification for SDSU facilities.
smiling girl
The ABCs: From Zero to Five
A free parenting workshop addresses child development and behavior.
A young man protests corporate greed as part of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Occupy Protests Reflect Global Angst
ViewPoints: Sociology professor Hank Johnston discusses how the United States-based movement measures up against other protest movements.
Abstract art conceptualizing the mapping of ideas
Mapping Cyberspace
Ideas leave footprints on the World Wide Web.
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