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From GreenFest to Earth Day, learn more about sustainable events and practices across campus.

Earth Day Issue Highlights

  • MTS offers free rides on Earth Day, April 22
  • Associated Students organizes GreenFest
From GreenFest to Earth Day, learn more about sustainable events and practices across campus.
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Over the next two weeks, many activities celebrating sustainability and "being green" are happening on the SDSU campus, including GreenFest.

Interested in learning more about campus activities celebrating Earth Day? Then read the articles below:

Other articles of interest include:

Wendy Evers Chairs International Assn.
In the College of Extended Studies, Evers is developing professional certificates for green industries.

Program Grows Sustainable Tourism Management
The SDSU program, the only one of its kind in the country, explores the intersection of tourism and community.

Aztec Shops' 'Green' Effort
From the bookstore to Dining Services, Aztec Shops is helping support a greener campus.

Green Certificate Program Sees Growth
Based on the success of two green industry certificate programs, the College of Extended Studies will offer a new program this fall.

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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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