Wednesday, April 26, 2017

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The exhibit titled, “Georgia: Building the Future on a Vibrant Past,” will open at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26, in SDSU’s Love Library, Room 108.
Renowned Paleontologist to Speak at SDSU
The festival will include multiple live arts performances and booths with displayed works from student clubs, groups and artists.
First Annual ArtPOP!
At the LaunchIn Panel and Career Fair, students will have the opportunity to meet employers from local startups.
Students Launch their Entrepreneurial Careers
The cast of "The Full Monty" is led by SDSU’s MFA musical theatre class of 2018. (Photo: Ken Jacques)
The Full Monty
Mustafa Santiago Ali is the senior vice president of climate, environmental justice and community revitalization for the Hip Hop Caucus. (Credit: Mustafa Santiago Ali)
Hip Hop Caucus Leader is Greenfest Keynote Speaker
Dana Ivgy is a current visiting lecturer at SDSU where she teaches classes in both Theatre, Television and Film and Jewish Studies. (Photo: Ginger Shoulders)
Israeli Artists in Conversation
Yoshua Okón is a renowned Mexican artist whose installations and videos blur the lines between deviance and art.
Art, Culture and Crime
Yale Strom and members of his band, Hot Pstromi (pictured), will be joined in concert by Israeli jazz guitarist and oudist Amos Hoffman and pianist and composer Noam Lemish.
Desert Caravan
13th Annual SDSU Diversity Awards Celebration
Diversity Award Winners Announced
Several Take Back the Week events take place at the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union. (Photo: Sandy Huffaker Jr.)
Take Back the Week
Wu-Tang Clan rapper GZA will visit SDSU on Tuesday, April 11 as part of the SDSU Department of Classics and Humanities annual lecture series. (Credit: wutang-corp.com)
Legendary Rapper GZA to Speak at SDSU
Award-winning author Percival Everett will speak at SDSU on April, 3, 2017. (Credit: SDSU Department of Classics and Humanities)
A Blue Afternoon