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Economy in Egypt to Blame for Protests
ViewPoints: Political science professor Ric Epps talks about the uprisings in Egypt and its consequences.
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Lecture Series Explores U.S. Foreign Policy
The semesterlong series will feature foreign policy experts from around the world.
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Art as a Universal Language
ViewPoints: Journalism and media professor John Eger discusses how art transcends borders.
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Spring Semester Brings Changes
SDSU welcomes its first new spring class since 2008.
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SDSU Statement on Proposed State Budget Cuts
President Weber calls proposed budget "somber news for higher education."
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Growing Concerns Over Internet Privacy
ViewPoints: Journalism and media studies professor John Eger voices concerns about Internet privacy.
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It's the Creative Economy, Stupid
ViewPoints: Journalism and media studies professor John Eger offers an opinion on the importance of a creative economy.
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Jerry Brown Campaigns on the Mesa
The attorney general and gubernatorial candidate made his only San Diego stop yesterday.
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The Buzz Around The Prop. 19 Debate
ViewPoints: SDSU political science professor Brian Adams discusses the issues around legalizing marijuana.
Conservative women, such as Meg Whitman running for governor of California, are making headlines in several high-profile races.
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ViewPoints: Conservative women are making headlines in several high-profile races.
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