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New Kids on the Mesa

SDSU welcomed new students to campus on the residence halls move-in day.
The entering freshman class is one of the highest achieving in the history of the university.
The entering freshman class is one of the highest achieving in the history of the university.

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Burns is from Petaluma, Calif. and will study anthropology. "I'm really excited to be in a new city, have new experiences and meet new people," she said. Burns is looking forward to SDSU athletics and is considering joining a sorority. She is also a self-proclaimed San Francisco Giants fanatic.
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Burns is from Petaluma, Calif. and will study anthropology. "I'm really excited to be in a new city, have new experiences and meet new people," she said. Burns is looking forward to SDSU athletics and is considering joining a sorority. She is also a self-proclaimed San Francisco Giants fanatic.
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It's time to head back to school for San Diego State University. Starting this week, nearly 8,000 new students will join the Aztec family.

August 23 was move-in day for the new Aztecs, and thousands of students, parents and campus organizations flocked to the residence halls to help make the transition to campus as smooth as possible.

"I'm sad to see him go," said Aztec parent Kenneth Davis, referencing his son Stephen. "But I know he's going to do great things at SDSU."

The incoming class consists of approximately 4,500 first-time freshmen and 3,500 transfer students. SDSU will also welcome nearly 1,800 new graduate students. 

 

 

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