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Henry Janssen
In Memoriam: Henry Janssen
The emeritus professor of political science taught and mentored at San Diego State for 60 years.
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Raising the Rainbow Flag
SDSU will kick off Pride Week with a Rainbow Flag-Raising ceremony on July 10.
Aztecs in the DR
Aztecs in the Dominican Republic
For the past five years, the SDSU Sports MBA program has traveled to the Dominican Republic to study how Major League Baseball operates internationally.
Jamaal Franklin
Jamaal Franklin Taken by Memphis in 2013 NBA Draft
Jamaal Franklin was selected by the Memphis Grizzlies Thursday night in the 2013 NBA Draft.
Fred Lear
Stories of Leadership: Fred Lear
Fred Lear, '74, reminisces on Aztec football games and explains why each student should enjoy the college experience.
Joan Putnam will help shape benefits for student-veterans across the nation.
National Voice for SDSU’s Vets
Joan Putnam, director of the Joan and Art Barron Veterans Center will serve on the national Veterans' Advisory Committee on Education.
President Hirshmsn holds an LGBT rainbow flag
SDSU Reacts to Historic Supreme Court Ruling
The overturning of the Defense of Marriage Act and decision to not hear Proposition 8 bolstered same-sex marriage rights.
Brian Spitzberg
7 Things About Brian Spitzberg
Communications professor Brian Spitzberg shares his favorite things about being a part of SDSU's faculty and advice for current students.
Seth Mallios in front of Hepner Hall
SDSU's Hidden History Recognized
Anthropology professor Seth Mallios' book, "Hail Montezuma!: The Hidden Treasures of San Diego State" won the Best Local Interest award at the San Diego Book Awards.
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Forty-Nine Aztecs Named Scholar Athletes
The Mountain West Scholar-Athlete Award is one of the highest academic honors given by the conference.
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