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Light at the End of the Grad School Tunnel
Four SDSU graduate students were finalists in a prestigious design competition.
Wendy Maruyama in front of the TAG art project
Through Art, Maruyama Confronts a Family Indignity
Wendy Maruyama's Tag Project personalizes the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII.
“I Heart You” benches are located between the Don Powell Theatre and the Music building.
Spreading the Love
SDSU is getting into the spirit of Valentine's Day with arts-inspired events on campus.
Anna Williams with her violin
The Campaign for ... Anna
Donor support is changing the lives of SDSU students.
Conrad Prebys has donated $20 million to SDSU scholarships.
$20 Million Gift from Conrad Prebys
The largest gift ever made to SDSU will create scholarships for 150 students annually.
A woman dancing on stage
Defining the Arts
People from across campus shared what the phrase “the arts” means to them.
An abandoned New York City subway station. Photo by: John Paul Palescandolo & Eric Kazmirek.
Theater Design Goes Underground
A team of SDSU MFA students are finalists in Walt Disney Imagineering’s 2014 Imaginations competition.
A student painting a bench on campus
Bringing Art to Life
Students led by Patricia Cue are painting benches to make art more visible at SDSU.
People singing in the library
Transforming Lives Through Campus Arts
This spring SDSU will launch a new campus arts visibility initiative.
Aren Skalman
Inspired by the Gods; Made by an Aztec
As a Fulbright Research Scholar in India, Aren Skalman created a modern version of the royal chariot of the gods.
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