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Digital Media Program Kicks Off Spring Semester
To survive in today's communications environment, professionals need to understand digital media.
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SDSU Production Selected for Kennedy Center Festival
The September 2009 production of "Dear Harvey" joins the American College Theater Festival.
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A Measure of Restitution
A special project seeks Japanese-American students interned during World War II.
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Get Published at the SDSU Writers' Conference
The Writers' Conference takes place Jan. 29-31 at the Doubletree Hotel in Mission Valley.
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Back from the Break, Basketball Opens Conference Play
Both men's and women's basketball are entering Mountain West Conference play with strong starts.
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Higher Ed Ambassadors Recognize Congressman
Congressman Bob Filner received the SDSU Ambassadors for Higher Education Public Service Award for his work on behalf of student veterans.
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The Domino Effect: Surprising Links Between Infection and Heart Disease
At SDSU's BioScience Center, researchers are studying why some people develop heart disease and others don't.
Breena Loraine, a recipient of the Lipinsky Family Scholarship, gives flowers and  thanks to Elaine Lipinsky at the first annual Scholarship Donor Appreciation Luncheon.  Loraine is  an honor student at SDSU double-majoring in business and music and vocal
Students Thank Scholarship Donors
More than 200 guests attended the first annual Scholarship Donor Appreciation Luncheon.
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Partnership with Mexico Examines Chronic Disease Prevention
The CDC-funded program will identify methods for preventing leading causes of death in Hispanic populations.
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Vaccination Fascination
SDSU research professor Ed Morgan discusses vaccinations, their scarcity and why they are important.
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