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Founding faculty members in Afro-American Studies
Black History Month on the Mesa
The Department of Africana Studies will celebrate its 40th anniversary Feb. 24.
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Conference Emphasizes LGBT Issues
School counselors, educators and others can register now for the Feb. 17-19 conference.
Emilie Hersh
Panelists Break the Glass Ceiling
The Women in the Boardroom Symposium takes place 8:30 - 10:30 a.m., Feb. 9.
elderly woman
'Sixth Sense' Linked to Falls
Researchers believe improving 'proprioception' may help prevent deadly injuries among the elderly.
a fish in the Abrolhos Bank
Research May Protect Brazilian Coral Reefs
SDSU students and faculty find incredible biodiversity inside the reefs of Abrolhos Bank.
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Kidnapped Journalist Talks Libya Feb. 9
James Foley will recount his ordeal as reporter and captive during the Libyan revolution.
Carl Yoshimine, Jim Kitchen, Stephen L. Weber, June Kushino
Nisei Grads Subject of CSU Documentary
The film tells the story of Japanese-American students who didn't receive their degrees because of Executive Order 9066.
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'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.
Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm CEO
Qualcomm CEO Shares the Future of Mobile Tech
Paul Jacobs' presentation was part of the inaugural SDSU President's Lecture Series.
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.
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