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"Get to the Good Stuff"
Novelist Matt de la Peña runs with Elmore Leonard’s classic advice.
Joel Lopez posing
Zahn Center Helps Students Pave the Way
The Zahn Innovation Center choses eight new teams for their fall admissions cycle.
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Digging up Jerusalem
Archaeologist Doron Ben Ami will visit campus to speak about his excavation in the City of David.
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SDSU Faculty Reflect on Study Abroad
SDSU has a number of programs and activities planned to celebrate International Education Week.
Ajani Brown
Off the Beaten Course: AFRAS 496
AfroFuturism explores how science fiction and fantasy can relate to the black experience.
Movie monsters are borne of our cultural anxieties
The Fright Flick as Cultural Mirror
SDSU professor and horror movie guru Phillip Serrato explains what draws us to scary movies and where their monsters truly come from.
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In Memoriam: Sherry Burgus Little
The former associate dean of the College of Arts and Letters was one of the “founding mothers” of SDSU's Department of Rhetoric and Writing Studies.
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Zombies at SDSU
Students study Zombies and the deep social issues that they portray in movies, books and video games.
Carole Thompson
More than Money
Carole Thompson is an SDSU student with a bright future.
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$2.5M Bridge to Brazil
The J. Keith Behner and Catherine M. Stiefel Program on Brazil will strengthen SDSU’s research ties and academic exchanges with Brazil.
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