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Wounded warriors
Cycling for Wounded Warriors
SDSU student and Navy veteran Joe Frank cycled across the United States to support injured veterans.
Hepner Hall flagpole
9/11 Ceremony
SDSU ROTC invites students, faculty and staff to a 9-11 remembrance ceremony Tuesday morning at the flag pole in front of Hepner Hall.
Latina student
Latina Aztec Power Luncheon
The event will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Sept. 27, at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center.
Gilbert Sarabia
First-Generation College Student Begins Legacy
Gilbert Sarbia begins his college experience at SDSU as the first person in his family to pursue higher education.
Keaujahn’e Polk
Future Leader Poised to Make an Impact
Freshman Keaujahn’e Polk has big plans for her future at SDSU.
Survival in Sarajevo
Rising Above Religious Differences
Symposium to address cooperation between Jews, Muslims and Christians during the Bosnian War.
September 16
Jewish Holiday Absences for Faculty and Staff
Faculty and staff members must make arrangements to accommodate their wish to observe these holidays.
Rosa Lemus
Staff Awards 2012, Nov. 16
The 2012 Staff Awards will begin at 11:30 a.m., Nov. 16, at Viejas Arena.
Rosa Lemus
USDA Tabs SDSU Student
Rosa Lemus will receive a scholarship from the USDA and work within the National Agricultural Statistics Service.
HTM
HTM Celebrates 10 Years
The L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality and Tourism Management shares ambitious plans for the future.
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