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Nadir Bouhmouch
Sexual Violence, Women’s Rights in Morocco
SDSU student Nadir Bouhmouch's new film, "475," explores women's right and repercussions of sexual violence in Morocco.
Professor Kelly Doran and Erin Fletcher in the Doran Lab
Harvard Beckons
For the second consecutive year, a student in Professor Kelly Doran's microbiology lab has been accepted to Harvard University.
Women
Goal-A-Thon Seeks End to Relationship Violence
The women's lacrosse club team hosts goal-a-thons on March 20 & 23 to benefit the One Love Foundation.
A view of Hardy Tower
SDSU Graduate Programs Among Best in Nation
More than a dozen SDSU programs were recognized in U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Graduate Schools 2014.
A.S. Elections Committee Chair Omar Espinoza (foreground) speaks to students in East Commons.
Top Turnout for A.S. Elections
More than 18 percent of students voted in the Associated Students elections, the highest turnout in recent memory.
greenfest logo on flag
Red, Black and Green All Over
GreenFest promotes sustainability and Aztec pride, March 19 - 21.
Leilani Münter at Daytona, photo by: Douglas E. Murray
Eco-Athlete Gives GreenFest Keynote
Top 10 female car racer and environmentalist Leilani Münter will speak March 20.
Professional Woman's Magazine Honors SDSU
Professional Woman’s Magazine named SDSU among “Best of the Best” universities and MBA schools.
Rob Miech
Stories of Leadership: Rob Miech
A Q&A with SDSU alumnus, sports journalist and author, Rob Miech.
The 2012 Ex for Vets event
Exercising to Support Veterans
Sean Sheppard, an SDSU alum, will combine fun and exercise to raise money for multiple San Diego programs that benefit veterans through the Ex 4 Vets fundraiser.
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