Sunday, March 26, 2017

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The 2015 recipients of the SDSU Cesar E. Chavez Commemorative Scholarship pose for a photo at the luncheon. (Credit: Student Affairs Communication Services)
Cesar Chavez Luncheon Celebrates Legacy
The desk of Veronica Perondi, programs coordinator for the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union.
What’s On Veronica Perondi’s Desk?
Bernhard Schlink is best known for his 1995 novel “The Reader,” the first German novel to reach No. 1 on the New York Times Bestseller List. (Photo: Gaby Gerster)
SDSU Hosts German Novelist Bernhard Schlink
SDSU dance students collaborated with choreographers from the Tijuana-based Lux Boreal Dance Company. (Photo: Ken Jacques)
SDSU Dance Collaborates Across Borders
Explore SDSU offers a campus-wide information fair and more than two dozen open houses across campus.
Explore SDSU Returns
2016 Kyoto Prize laureate Takeo Kanade will speak on the SDSU campus on March 15. (Credit: Kyoto Prize Symposium)
SDSU Hosts Kyoto Prize Winner
Eugene Kontorovich (Credit: Northwestern University School of Law)
New Hopes, New Challenges Lecture
Teams at the conference built temperature and humidity sensors like the one pictured. (Photo: Jayla Lee)
Sensing the News
Peter Scheidt, Kurb-Side Spoons, 2017 (pictured: the artist working); modified Specialized Stumpjumper; courtesy of the artist
Experience Movement in Every Which Way
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
Mary Cale A. Wilson, Betrayal at Ebenezer, 2016; HD video (film still); Courtesy of the artist
Arts Alive SDSU Announces Spring Signature Events
The Karen Castles Gray Women in Entrepreneurship Lecture aims to connect SDSU students with successful female entrepreneurs.
Lonnie Ali to Headline Women Entrepreneurs Event