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Students acting in Crimes of the Heart
SDSU Theatre Presents “Crimes of the Heart”
SDSU's theatre production, "Crimes of the Heart," will run from Feb. 22-March 3 at the Experimental Theatre.
Group of diverse students
SDSU and SDG&E Celebrate Diversity and Student Success
Vote for a local non-profit to receive a $10,000 grant.
Glen Broom forever changed the face of public relations during his 30-year career as a professor at San Diego State University.
Renowned PR Professor Leaves a Mark
The School of Journalism & Media Studies launches a $1.5M campaign to fund a professional center for public relations named for Glen Broom.
Strings Attached
A musical quintet overcame personal tragedy to bring new meaning to the phrase "The family that plays together stays together."
Students speak at the dorms
Dorm Dwellers Go Green in National Competition
SDSU competes with universities across the country to reduce electricity and water use on campus.
Coast
Science Student Researchers Awarded
SDSU graduate and undergraduate students receive scholarships for their marine-related research.
Karen Emmorey
Language on the Brain
SDSU speech and language professor, Karen Emmorey, will present her research at the AAAS annual meeting on Feb. 15.
Peace Corps. volunteer
Leaders in Peace Corps Service
SDSU is ranked No. 35 as a top volunteer producing college in the nation.
LGBT flag
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.
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