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Greenhalgh served as project manager of the new downtown library  from the beginning.
New San Diego Library has Aztec Roots
Darren Greenhalgh, '84, '05, supervised the $187-million project.
Aztec football players singing the fight song after a victory
SDSU Invites Alumni Back for Homecoming 2013
Alumni, students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend the week-long celebration Oct. 20-26.
Upon reaching safety on board the zodiac, Steven Quistad, left, and Forest Rohwer breathe a sigh of relief after a close call while diving in Franz Josef Land, Russia. Photo by Andrew Mann/NatGeo
Back from the Arctic
Back from a National Geographic Pristine Seas Expedition in the Arctic, SDSU researchers talk about what they discovered.
Alex DeNoble headshot
SDSU Prof Wins Prestigious Teaching and Research Award
Alex DeNoble has taught entrepreneurship management at SDSU for the past 30 years.
Mike Illeman
Stories of Leadership: Mike Illeman
Mike Illeman, '74, has been a powerhouse in the real estate industry since graduating from SDSU.
Neurons, Goldstein lab, UCSD, courtesy of C.Kidwell.
Raising Stem Cell Awareness
SDSU celebrates Stem Cell Awareness Day with a free public symposium.
Clayton Treska will receive a $10,000 scholarship.
Student Veteran Honored
SDSU student veteran Clayton Treska will receive a prestigious scholarship for his dedication and perseverance.
Alumni engagement officer Grayson Coney hands out a bracelet to a fellow SDSU student.
Aztec Proud
Bracelets encourage student engagement on campus.
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No More Lives Lost
Members of the SDSU community will honor victims of suicide and encourage dialogue to prevent suicides.
Solar panels
Energy Expert Speaks
The event will run from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 24.
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