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Vivian Lee
Vivian Lee's Aztec Experience
The sophomore sustainability major is making SDSU a greener place.
Ajani Brown
Will Eisner Week Lecture Highlights Afrofuturism
Ajani Brown will give a lecture on science fiction and fantasy in film, literature, comics and music, as viewed through a black cultural lens.
Alice mural
Alice Uncovered
The "Alice in Wonderland" mural in Hardy Tower is slowly coming back to life.
Janet and Rob Ilko
Aztec Amor
Two Aztecs fell in love on the Mesa and nothing has changed 25 years later.
Bird
Mapping Damage from Above
SDSU geography professor Doug Stow is harnessing the power of drones and other light aircrafts to determine the extent of damage after a disaster.
Sarah Palin speaking
Are Mama Grizzlies an Endangered Species?
Political scientist Ronnee Schreiber looks at how conservative women’s groups are reshaping Republican policy.
A Mexican child
Studying the Rise in Child Migrants
Youth migration is changing definitions of childhood.
Hepner Hall
SDSU Spring Welcome Back
There are celebrations, new facilities, programs and faculty on campus this spring.
People looking at a book
Off the Beaten Course: ENGL 543
"Twisted British Novels" explores crucial themes in European literature.
Hardy Tower mural
Exposed!
One of Hardy Tower’s historic hidden murals is slowly being revealed through a painstaking restoration.
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