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Black History Month
Black History Month at SDSU
SDSU celebrates Black History Month with several campus wide events.
Cathy Cirina-Chiu, right, managing director of the lab and Dara McIntyre, left, going over paperwork.
Your Opinion Counts
SDSU's Social Science Research Lab digs for data on a wide range of topics.
Eniko Csomay, conference organizer
SDSU Hosts Linguistics Conference
Researchers from around the world arrive on campus, Friday, Jan. 18 to share their work.
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Biggest SDSU News in 2012
Take a look back at top SDSU headlines this past year.
Statue of Confucius
SDSU Confucius Institute Honored in Beijing
SDSU’s Confucius Institute received $1 million grant as one of eight model institutes in the world.
Revolutionary Brain
Media and the Modern Brain
SDSU professor Harold Jaffe combines fiction with reality in “Revolutionary Brain,” now available.
Charles and Chinyeh Hostler
$3M Hostler Gift Supports Global Studies
The Charles W. Hostler Institute on World Affairs provides a campus forum for the discussion of critical global issues.
Ilya Kaminsky
Passion On and Off the Page
World-class writer Ilya Kaminsky creates a space for students to unravel the language of poetry.
Frances Smith Foster
Humanities Vital for Personal Growth
Emory University's Frances Smith Foster will deliver the 19th Annual Adams Lecture on the importance of humanities.
Rock the Vote
SDSU Tops for Voter Registration
Associated Students plans several Rock the Vote events leading to Election Day.
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