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Where Learning Never Stops
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is a community resource for San Diegans.
The Kyoto Prize Symposium 2013
Kyoto Symposium Honors an Inventor
Registration is now open for the SDSU Kyoto Prize Symposium honoring Robert Heath Dennard, Ph.D.
Ahmed Moalim outside Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world.
Students Go Global
The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships are enabling seven Aztecs to study abroad this semester.
People at SDSU
Explore SDSU 2014
Admitted and prospective students, family, alumni and the community are invited to SDSU's March 15 open house.
The event will begin with a screening of the documentary “Amandla: A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony.”
An Evening Honoring Nelson Mandela
The Love Library will celebrate black history month with a special event honoring Nelson Mandela.
Justin Halpern sitting on a chair
Laugh Out Loud
SDSU alumnus Justin Halpern, creator of "$#*! My Dad Says," will speak at SDSU.
Lipinsky Tower at night
Generosity Through the Decades
A new gift strengthens the Lipinsky legacy.
An African American protesting in the 60s
Cracking the Codes: Racial Inequity
In honor of Black History Month, the library is hosting a documentary-screening and discussion addressing racial oppression.
Rick Keller headshot
Stories of Leadership: Rick Keller
Rick Keller, '79, is devoted to helping others reach financial stability.
A female Aztec tennis player goes for the ball
Spring Sports Update
The weekly report updates Aztec fans on scores and upcoming events.
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