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Dylan Ratigan
Green Careers for Veterans
Former MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan will moderate an event aimed at helping veterans transition into the sustainability industry.
The memorial is a tribute to former SDSU students killed World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and now Afghanistan and Iraq.
Fallen Aztecs Honored
More than 100 people attended the annual War Memorial Ceremony, a tribute to the 228 SDSU alumni who died in combat.
The Show
Homecoming 2012
A pep rally, War Memorial Ceremony and Aztec basketball teams’ first practice among events.
Donnelly
Veterans Advocate Leaving SDSU
Nathaniel Donnelly, a dedicated advocate for veterans, will serve his last day at SDSU Friday, Sept. 28.
Elliot Hirshman
ROTC Cadet Inspired to Lead
Student leader David Jensen balances studies and ROTC service.
Wounded warriors
Cycling for Wounded Warriors
SDSU student and Navy veteran Joe Frank cycled across the United States to support injured veterans.
Incoming Student-Vet Earns Scholarship
Transfer student-veteran Rocky Brady received a scholarship for his leadership at Palomar College.
Program participants Matthew Belden(left) and Matthew Kochevar are both electrical engineering majors and Navy veterans.
Corporate Support for Student-Vets
A new student engineering program places student-veterans in paid internships.
Jason Schiedermayer
Student-Vet Earns Buick Scholarship
Engineering student Jason Schiedermayer credits the MESA Engineering Program for his successes.
Nine of the 16 SAME scholarships awarded this year went to SDSU student veterans
Student Veteran Engineers Earn Scholarships
Nine of the 16 SAME scholarships awarded this year went to SDSU student veterans.
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