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LGBT pride
Supporting Students, Saving Lives
SDSU alumnus Vincent Pompei will chair and direct an upcoming conference supporting LGBTQIA youth.
Roberto Hernandez
Immigration Reform Analyzed Locally
Roberto Hernandez, SDSU Chicano and Chicana studies professor discusses immigration reforms that could alter citizenship and border security.
Actresses in the Vagina Monolauge production
Vagina Monologues Support Women's Safety
The production will run at SDSU, Feb. 8-10, at the Don Powell Theatre.
The mural is located on the east bound side of highway 94 near the Home Avenue exit.
MLK Honored
SDSU Art and Design faculty designed a mural on highway 94 honoring Martin Luther King Jr.
Eniko Csomay, conference organizer
SDSU Hosts Linguistics Conference
Researchers from around the world arrive on campus, Friday, Jan. 18 to share their work.
Students in the MLK Parade
March in the MLK Parade
Members of the SDSU community are invited to participate in the Jan. 20 Martin Luther King Jr. Parade.
Workplace Inclusion Benefits Businesses
The work of five SDSU professors affirmed the need for diversity in the workplace and the benefits that come from it.
Statue of Confucius
SDSU Confucius Institute Honored in Beijing
SDSU’s Confucius Institute received $1 million grant as one of eight model institutes in the world.
child in speech-language testing
High-tech Cerebral Palsy Research
An SDSU professor uses Hollywood technology to research facial movements and speech-language development in children with cerebral palsy.
Kwanzaa candles
Kwanzaa Celebration
The Afrikan Student Union will host a Kwanzaa reception at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center on Dec. 3.
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