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DeMaio and Filner
Mayoral Debate Tonight
The two leading candidates for mayor will be on campus today for a debate that will air on KPBS.
Origami
Paper Art Raises Learning Curve
SDSU professors use origami for a unique math class.
KPBS
KPBS Weekends Gets Makeover
On Oct. 6, new programs will be added to the KPBS weekend line-up.
Edward Blum
Fighting Over God's Image
The New York Times published an op-ed by SDSU history professor and author Edward Blum.
As You Like It
Shakespeare in Modern Times
The gender-bending theater production of "As You Like It" will run from Sept. 28-Oct. 7 at the Experimental Theater.
Hepner Hall
SDSU to Accept Fall Apps Starting Oct. 1
Applications will be accepted until Nov. 30.
Cassandra Cook plans to become a lawyer to create positive change.
Hearst Scholar Makes a Mark
SDSU student Cassandra Cook was recognized for outstanding achievement by a first-generation student.
Aztec basketball is headed to FOX Sports San Diego.
FOX Sports San Diego Gets Aztec Basketball
The move will take place in 2013, thanks to an agreement with the Big West Conference.
A trolley arrives at the SDSU underground station.
SDSU Seeks Input on Transportation
Respondents to a brief survey about transportation to and from SDSU will be entered into a drawing to win an iPad.
Ron King
Professor Lives Life to Fullest
Political science professor Ronald King has an array of extra-curricular activities, ranging from fencing to Mardi Gras celebrations.
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