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The event will begin with a screening of the documentary “Amandla: A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony.”
An Evening Honoring Nelson Mandela
The Love Library will celebrate black history month with a special event honoring Nelson Mandela.
An African American protesting in the 60s
Cracking the Codes: Racial Inequity
In honor of Black History Month, the library is hosting a documentary-screening and discussion addressing racial oppression.
Biology professor Forest Rohwer in Franz Josef Land,
Where in the World
Biology professor Forest Rohwer defied Arctic climes to seek out nature's most diverse forms of life.
SDSU women participating in Black is Beautiful Week, 1970.
Celebrating History and Heritage
SDSU will celebrate Black History Month with a multitude of events.
Anna Williams with her violin
The Campaign for ... Anna
Donor support is changing the lives of SDSU students.
the new Aztec Student Union
What is New at SDSU this Spring
There are changes, updates and new experiences happening on campus this spring.
A young Latina woman on graduation
Graduation Rates Earn SDSU National Praise
SDSU was identified by The Education Trust as a model for improving graduation rates.
Members of the SDSU community march in the 2013 MLK Parade
March in the MLK Parade
Members of the SDSU community are invited to participate in the Jan. 19 event.
SDSU students studying abroad in Europe.
SDSU 30th in Nation for Study Abroad
The new Open Doors Report ranks SDSU No. 30 nationally and No. 3 in California.
Two female American Indian students observing flowers on a grassy hill
Youth Think
A new scholarship program aims to help American Indian students serve as agents of change.
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