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Aztec Farms
Students Farm for Sustainability
Aztec Farms is a testing ground for growing healthy, organic food while preventing natural resource depletion.
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Panel Explores Corporate Responsibility Feb. 15
The free event is presented by the SDSU Center for Regional Sustainability.
SDSU professor and composer Richard Thompson
Feb. 9 Noon Concert Celebrates Black History Month
Art songs by African-American composers will be sung, including a piece by SDSU professor Richard Thompson.
Hand giving the peace sign
Teach-in to Discuss Political Change in the Arab World
The teach-in will feature five SDSU professors.
A sea turtle is caught in a fishing net.
New Maps First to Track Global Coastal Fishing Activity
Research from SDSU and Duke can help monitor fisheries and preserve marine environments.
Kepler-11 planetary system
NASA Finds New Planetary System
SDSU astronomy professors played a large part in analyzing data about new planets, including some Earth-size candidates.
vaccine bottles
BioScience Center Research Paves Way for Better Vaccines
A new vaccine platform could improve effectiveness and prevent more diseases.
Don Powell Theatre
Theater Ticket Subscriptions Now Available
Spring semester subscriptions go on sale Jan. 31 at the School of Theatre's Performing Arts Box Office.
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Board of Trustees Holds First Presidential Search Meeting
The committee's first and only public meeting outlined the process for finding a new SDSU president.
Egyptian protesters with signs saying "Get Out Mubarak"
Economy in Egypt to Blame for Protests
ViewPoints: Political science professor Ric Epps talks about the uprisings in Egypt and its consequences.
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