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George Takei
Off the Beaten Course: HIST 537
Star Trek, Culture, and History explores the cultural phenomenon of Star Trek.
Kevin Hancock
7 Things About Kevin Hancock
Kevin Hancock is full of Aztec pride.
Professor William Nericcio stands proudly next to his "Do Not Enter" road sign.
One Book at a Time
SDSU Press isn’t your typical publisher; it focuses on educating the public about humanitarian efforts and social justice.
Gender justice in voting graphic
Gender Justice in the 2014 Election
Experts on women’s issues will hold a panel discussion at 9 a.m. on Oct. 17 in the Student Union.
Geography Professor Ming Tsou
Going Viral with Emergency Warnings
SDSU is teaming up with San Diego County to put viral messaging research into practice with a new Twitter-based emergency warning system.
Confucius Institute celebration
SDSU Hosts Xiamen University Officials
The Confucius Institute and SDSU celebrated "Xiamen University Day."
Charles Hostler
In Memoriam: Ambassador Charles W. Hostler
Hostler was a war hero, scholar, diplomat, businessman, philanthropist and friend to SDSU.
A pen writing poetry
Series Celebrates World-Class Poetry
The Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series celebrates 25 years of SDSU's MFA in Creative Writing with an impressive repertoire of writers.
Photo by Alan Decker.
The Momentum Continues
SDSU continues to rise on U.S. News and World Report’s list of America’s Best Colleges, and is up three spots to No. 149.
Students in class
SDSU Offers New Majors, Minors and Courses
SDSU welcomes students back to class with a variety of new courses, majors and minors.
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