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A city street in La Spezia, Italy
City Centered
Can European urban developers learn anything from San Diego's experience?
cellist in the SDSU Symphony Orchestra
SDSU Symphony Orchestra Explores 'Music of the People' Feb. 26
The program will feature classical music inspired by the folk, vernacular or popular music of a particular culture and time.
A young woman directs actors during filming.
Women Hit the Celluloid Ceiling
The Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film finds little progress for women working in film.
golden masks smiling
'Magic Flute' Sings Feb. 10-12
The fantastical opera of myth, magic and music kicks off the School of Music and Dance's 75th anniversary.
Rachael Bailey, a political science senior, aspires to practice law and represent the interests of the hearing impaired.
The Campaign Hits $300 Million
Gifts from nearly 34,000 donors take SDSU closer to its $500 million campaign goal.
Marisa Fraticelli
26 Aztecs Named to MWC All-Academic Team
Fall sports student-athletes in football, cross country, women's soccer and volleyball were selected.
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Students Top National Video Competition
Two marketing students were awarded first and second place in the national "LearnSmart and Win!" contest.
orchestra
Music and Dance Turns 75
A series of special performances are planned to honor the School of Music and Dance's past and embrace its future.
Congressman Bob Filner speaks with guests at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon. Photo by Glenn Robertson, SDSU Marketing & Communications.
Civil Rights in Action
Congressman Bob Filner talks about his work with Martin Luther King Jr. at the campus luncheon honoring the civil rights leader's memory.
Wendy Maruyama installs "The Tag Project" at the University Art Gallery.
Artist Explores Japanese Internment
SDSU professor Wendy Maruyama's "The Tag Project" opens Feb. 10 in the University Art Gallery.
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