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Plans are in place at SDSU Imperial Valley to develop a 65,000 square foot Innovation Campus to house science, technology, chemistry, engineering and mathematics programming.
Gov. Newsom Proposes $80M Investment in SDSU Imperial Valley Site
Anna Scavo, Faramarz Valafar and Sam Modlin, members of the SDSU Laboratory for Pathogenesis of Clinical Drug Resistance and Persistence.
SDSU Researchers Identify Rare Genetic Markers of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
Juan Rojas
SDSU’s Spirit of Innovation Award Goes to Longtime EV Enthusiast
Snapdragon Stadium rendering. 12,500 season tickets have been sold for the upcoming 2022 SDSU Aztecs football season.
Snapdragon Stadium Season Ticket Sales Over 12.5K
Ben and Nikki Clay
Major Philanthropic Gift Supports River Park at SDSU Mission Valley
A view of SDSU
School of Public Health Draws a Top 20 Ranking
Former San Diego State baseball head coach Jim Dietz passed away Sunday, March 27, 2022, at the age of 83.
Aztecs Mourn the Passing of Legendary Coach Jim Dietz
Ashtyn Mueller on the Wheel of Fortune set
The Word is Out: Ashtyn Won Big on ‘Wheel of Fortune’
SDSU President Adela de la Torre waves to the crowd gathered at Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union during the university’s 125th anniversary celebration Monday afternoon, March 14, 2022.
SDSU’s 125th Anniversary Celebrations Begin
Students in SDSU’s Sage Project and Lemon Grove community members painted a mural on the side of the Lemon Grove Recreation Center. (Credit: City of Lemon Grove)
SDSU's Sage Project Tackles Homelessness in El Centro
Nick Martin, a senior economics major, will be performing his poem, "Honesty", live at the Let The Poets Speak 2022 Open Mic event this Sunday, Feb. 27, 2022 at the Black Resource Center from 3-5 p.m.
SDSU Student Pens Powerful Poem Aimed at Destigmatizing Therapy for Black Men
Henrietta Goodwin (first row, far right) photographed with her family. Goodwin was the first African-American student to graduate from SDSU in 1913. (Photo courtesy San Diego History Center)
Discovering a Trailblazer: Henrietta Goodwin, SDSU’s First Black Graduate