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Peace Corps. volunteer
Leaders in Peace Corps Service
SDSU is ranked No. 35 as a top volunteer producing college in the nation.
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LGBT Lecture Discusses Travel and Tourism
The fifth Finding Leadership Under Identity lecture begins at 6 p.m., Feb. 26, at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center.
Tommy Bradeen Air Force photo
A Fountain of Information
Tommy Bradeen, SDSU alumnus and Korean War veteran, knew where everything was buried on SDSU's campus.
Black History Month
Black History Month at SDSU
SDSU celebrates Black History Month with several campus wide events.
2013 home schedule could be one of the toughest in recent history.
Football Announces 2013 MW Opponents
The 2013 home schedule could be one of the toughest in recent history.
LGBT pride
Supporting Students, Saving Lives
SDSU alumnus Vincent Pompei will chair and direct an upcoming conference supporting LGBTQIA youth.
Entrepreneurship minor
New Entrepreneurship Minor at SDSU
SDSU is among an elite group of national universities to offer the unique program.
Students in the 2012 leadership conference
Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Influential leaders speak about their road to success at the SDSU Leadership Summit on Feb. 16.
Leonard Lavin and students
Panel to Discuss Economic Forecast
Local business leaders will speak to current trends in capital markets, employment, real estate and banking at an interactive panel discussion on Feb. 26.
Obama and Romney shaking hands during the 2012 campaign.
Conference Aims to Restore Respect in Civic Dialogue
SDSU counseling professor Maria Nieto Senour will serve as a featured panelist at the second annual Conference on Restoring Civility to Civic Dialogue.
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