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Tuesday, September 27, 2022

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Back to School: Public Spaces for the Not So Social
The flag symbolizes the diversity of sexual orientation and gender identities on campus.
SDSU Repeats as a ‘Best of the Best’ for LGBTQ Students
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Three Aztecs on Polynesian PotY Watch List
This year
SDSUxComic-Con: Faculty Bring Diverse Voices into Panels
Alberto Cortes earned his Executive MBA degree from SDSU’s Fowler College of Business in 2000. (Photo courtesy of Alberto Cortes)
Business Graduate’s Volunteer Work at AIDS Information Line Leads to A Lifetime Of Community Service
San Diego State University graduate student Lily Hopkins will be supervising The Pride Center’s Pride House peer mentorship program.
Celebrating PRIDE: SDSU’s Pride House Program
Brenda Drew, BlacQ Space’s president and programming director.
Finding a home in a BlacQ Space
SDSU professor Amanda Marino (left) and wife Emily skating as a couple.
Celebrating PRIDE: Importance of Representation and Community
Steven Shyne (right), SDSU grad and CEO of Think Red Project, with husband, John, and their twins
Celebrating PRIDE: Coming Out Again and Again
Dianna Ratsamy
LGBTQ+ Internships Lead to Employment
Recently elected ASB Vice President Sandy Mekany overcame racism and anti-Middle Eastern sentiment in post 9/11 America to become a prominent student leader on campus.
After Childhood Rife With Post-9/11 Racism, Daughter of Immigrants Strives to Shape Policy
Natalie King-Shaw (right) hopes to launch her A.M.A.N.I. Project in the upcoming 2022-23 school year. (SDSU)
'It’s Elementary' for SDSU Student's A.M.A.N.I. Project