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Rich Pickett Returns from Haiti

SDSU's CIO recounts his humanitarian aid trips to Haiti following the country's devastating earthquake.

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Paul J. Vanderwood
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In Memoriam: Paul J. Vanderwood

The professor emeritus taught Latin American history for 25 years.
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Linda Stewart
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Funny, Money and Linda Stewart

The assistant vice president for Business and Financial Affairs retires after 37 years.
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In Memoriam: Richard Gripp

The longtime political science professor is warmly remembered by colleagues and students.
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Nursing Faculty Receive National Award

Lorraine Fitzsimmons and Sue Hadley were recognized for teaching health promotion and disease prevention.
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7 Things About Leah Singer

A personal Q&A with the Presidential Communications Administrator
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Fred Bleil
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In Memoriam: Fred Bleil

The former football coach worked at San Diego State from 1998-2005.
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7 Things About Ronnie Hillman
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7 Things About Ronnie Hillman

A personal Q&A with the sophomore running back.
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1936 Mural Finds New Home in SDSU Library
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
SDSU anthropology professor Seth Mallios describes a nearly 80-year-old mural rediscovered in Hardy Tower that was unveiled, Oct. 5, in the SDSU Library.

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