Wednesday, June 28, 2017

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John (left) and Jane Wills created The Wills Family Trust Endowed Scholarship to assist students, primarily in the Fowler College of Business.
The Straight Line from Los Angeles to San Diego
Alana Nicastro (
The Unforgettable Doctor Nicastro
The SDSU women
Family Pride
Oliva Silva was among the many SDSU-Imperial Valley graduating students that donated to the Leave Your Legacy student scholarship fund.
A Lesson in Generosity
Mary Ruth Carleton currently serves as SDSU
Campaign Strategist
More than $35,000 has been raised this year to support Mortar Board national scholarship, leadership, and service efforts.
National Recognition for San Diego Mortar Board
Allyse Leduc is one of more than 3,735 graduating students who have donated to the Class of 2017 Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Leaving a Legacy
Zackary Albrecht (Photo: diFranco Photography)
Campaign Impact: Scholarships
Nearly 1,300 dancers registered for the 15-hour event, which included dancing, games, food and prizes. (Credit: Aztec Dance Marathon)
Aztecs Dance to a New Record
Aztec Proud scholarship recipient Zackary Albrecht greets student donors at the Philanthropy Day celebration. (Photo: Tobin Vaughn)
Philanthropy Day with an Aztec Twist
The Aztec Dance Marathon will take place Feb. 24-25 at Montezuma Hall in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union. (Credit: Aztec Dance Marathon)
Dancing for the Kids Who Can’t
Hardy Tower and Hepner Quad (Photo: Jim Brady)
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