Thursday, May 13, 2010
Long Time Gone
Nearly 70 years after a presidential order ended his studies at SDSU, Carl Yoshimine will return to campus to accept an honorary degree.
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Japanese American Carl Yoshimine reflects on his sudden departure from SDSU and subsequent internment during WWII, and shares his appreciation for the honorary degree he will accept in a special campus ceremony, May 17.
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