Thursday, May 24, 2018

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The Aztec News Letter from Sept. 1, 1943
SDSU History Comes to Life in “Forgotten Fronts”
Today
Study Finds Post-9/11 Combat Service Negatively Impacts Veterans’ Education
The opening of the Jack McGrory Bunker in SDSU’s Joan and Art Barron Veterans Center
McGrory Continues Support of SDSU's Student Veterans
Participants of SDSU
Military Ally Program Working to Forge Connections
War Memorial on Aztec Green (Photo: Jim Brady)
120 Years of Serving the Military Community
Women in the U.S. military at a ceremony on the SDSU campus.
First SDSU Women Veterans Forum Set for Oct. 13
At San Diego State University, 20 percent of military-affiliated students are women.
Leading the Charge
Gabriel Gehr, a second-year liberal studies major at SDSU, hopes to participate in the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. (Credit: Gabriel Gehr)
One Stroke, One Lap, One Day at a Time
Jack McGrory received earned a master’s degree in public administration from SDSU in 1976.
McGrory Gift Supports Student Veterans
SDSU provides space and programming for more than 3,200 military-affiliated Aztecs, including veterans, active duty and reservists. (Credit: SDSU)
Campaign Impact: SDSU Veterans Programs
In the Institute for International Education’s Open Doors report, SDSU ranks No. 9 in the nation for study abroad. (Photo: Alan Decker)
This Month on NewsCenter
SDSU currently serves more than 3,200 military-affiliated students, including veterans, active duty and reservists, and military dependents.
SDSU Named Top University for Veterans
What's Happening at State