Sunday, August 19, 2018

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Coatlicue (Credit: Museo Nacional de Antropología)
Aztec for Life: What it Means Now
A recent study found that men made up 68 percent of film critics. (Credit: Tallgrass Pictures)
Study: Why the Number of Male Movie Critics is Bad for Female Filmmakers
From left to right: Norma Bouchard, Dean of the College of Arts and Letters; Robert DeKoven (’80); SDSU President Adela de la Torre; Eric Rivera, vice president for Student Affairs
$1 Million Gift to SDSU Supports Pride Center, LGBT Studies
Hepner Hall (Photo: Jim Brady)
Women Who Shaped SDSU
Left to right: Elena Arroyo, Madison Kennedy and Rifqi Affan received NSF fellowships after participating in SDSU’s Maximizing Access to Research Careers program.
STEM Diversity Programs Put Undergrads on Path for Research Success
SDSU women
12 SDSU Student-Athletes Honored for Academic Excellence and Service
From left to right: SDSU President Sally Roush, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Tony C. Chung
SDSU Formally Opens Undocumented Resource Area
Undocumented Resource Area coordinator Cynthia A. Torres (back) with students
Undocumented Resource Area Coordinator Committed to Supporting All Students
Each year, SDSU clubs, organizations and departments provide an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of graduates.
A More Intimate Commencement
Campo Kumeyaay Nation Chairman Harry Paul Cuero Jr.
Kumeyaay Leader is 2018 Honorary Degree Recipient
The SDSU Powwow honors and celebrates the cultures and traditions of native nations and indigenous communities.
Sacred, Social Powwow to be Held at SDSU
Associated Students President Chimezie O. Ebiriekwe (second from the right) and Vice President for Student Affairs Eric Rivera (far right) at the opening of the Black Resource Center.
SDSU Introduces New Black Resource Center