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   OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2019 @State

 

Aztecs Rock Hunger

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Help the Aztecs Rock Hunger campaign, led by Associated Students, raise “619 for the 619.” This year's goal is to raise 619,000 pounds of food for the "619" – although San Diegans facing food insecurity in all area codes will benefit. Donations support the Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank, and a $1 donation is equivalent to providing six pounds of food. Twenty percent of monetary donations go to SDSU's Economic Crisis and Response Team, and the food collected, including fresh produce, helps supply the Associated Students Food Pantry.

 

» Find out how you can donate at Aztecs Rock Hunger website.


 

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International Photo Contest Winners

The International Photo Contest challenged students to submit photographs from their study-abroad experiences that displayed transformation. Judges considered nearly 80 entries to select first-, second- and third-place winners, as well as a pair of honorable mentions. The SDSU community also cast thousands of votes during a bracket-style tournament on the SDSU Be International Instagram page to select the People’s Choice Winner.

» See all of the winners on the Be International webpage.


 


Immunization Deadline

New students are reminded that Dec. 2 is the deadline to obtain necessary immunizations and update immunization records through the HealtheConnect website or find holds placed on their class registrations for the fall 2020 semester. The required list includes measles, mumps and rubella; tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis; meningococcal B, meningococcal ACYW and chickenpox, as well as a TB screening. Recommended immunizations for different populations of students include Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, human papillomavirus, flu, pneumococcal and polio.

» Go to HealtheConnect for an appointment.


New Walk-In Nurse Care

Walk-In Nurse Care is now open for students for minor illnesses and injuries. WINC can assist with routine screenings, self-directed STI testing, sore throats, colds, wound care, minor injuries, UTI’s and other medical issues. For more complex care, students are still urged to see a physician. You can call ahead for a WINC appointment to reduce the minimal wait time.

Hours are 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; and 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. Walk-In Nurse Care is located on the first floor of the Calpulli Center, next to the elevators.

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RE:BORDER Binational Conference

RE:BORDER 2019 is an annual conference to bring together academic experts, practitioners, students, public policy experts, and community stakeholders to explore key regional issues and innovative solutions. This year’s conference – Nov. 25 at SDSU and Nov. 26 at UABC in Tijuana – will analyze the use of water resources in the transborder region of California and Baja California. The conference is free for students.

» Find out more and obtain your ticket at re-border.sdsu.edu


ECRT Fights Food, Housing, Financial Insecurity

Are you struggling with immediate food or housing insecurity issues or experiencing an unforeseen and immediate economic crisis? Do you know a fellow student who is? The Economic Crisis Response Team may be able to help connect you or your friend with resources that help students get back on track.

» Visit ECRT to learn more about how the Economic Crisis Response Team can provide short-term help that leads to long-term stability.

 FOR YOUR CALENDAR

  • Oct. 19: SDSU football at San Jose State
  • Oct. 22: Morning Muffin Mania! Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
  • Oct. 24: Spike Balls, Not Drinks, ENS Field
  • Oct. 26: SDSU football at UNLV
  • Oct. 30: Scary Movie Night, Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
  • Oct. 31: National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, Campanile Walkway
  • Nov. 1: Day of the Dead Celebration, Love Library LL160
  • Nov. 4: Registration begins for spring 2020
  • Nov. 7: Men’s Health Day, Campanile Walkway
  • Nov. 6: Juan Felipe Herrera, former U.S. poet laureate, Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
  • Nov. 9: SDSU football Homecoming vs. Nevada
  • Nov. 11: Veterans Day (campus closed)
  • Nov. 12: Fulbright United Kingdom Summer Institutes, Love Library
  • Nov. 15: SDSU football vs. Fresno State

 CAREER SERVICES

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Are you having difficulties choosing a major? Why stress – Career Services can help! Come explore how to choose a major that supports your career goals at the Choosing a Major Workshop at 1 p.m., Thur., Oct. 24, in the Career Services Workshop Room. No need to RSVP!

Need help crafting a professional resume? We can help you get started with the Resume Basics lab, a 30-minute hands-on lab. Join us at 1 p.m., Wed., Oct. 30, in the Career Services Workshop Room. No pre-registration. If you have a resume, please bring a copy.


» Find more on workshops, events, internships, and jobs at the Career Services’ website.

 


 Featured Jobs

looking for work? these employers are looking for you

 

Explore your interests, jump-start your professional career or earn a little extra dough!


» CHECK OUT THIS MONTH'S FEATURED JOBS AND INTERNSHIPS.

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SDSU Homecoming

Homecoming at SDSU is organized by students for students – a full week of events culminating with a football game at SDCCU Stadium that pits the Aztecs football team against the Nevada Wolf Pack. Chalk the walk, play carnival games, show you care by donating to Aztecs Rock Hunger, cheer at the pep rally, enjoy the steppers at the NPHC Yardshow or join other students on a Fun Run through campus.

Discover all the Homecoming activities at homecoming.sdsu.edu

Basketball Returns to Viejas

The men’s and women’s basketball teams open their seasons with home exhibitions. The women play the University of Regina Cougars from Saskatchewan on Oct. 27, while UCSD arrives from across town to play the men’s team on Oct. 30. Athletics tickets are always free for students. For men’s basketball, go on your phone to SDSUStudentTix.com. You can also purchase one guest ticket. Tickets for the women’s team are distributed on game day at the Viejas Arena Box Office.

Full schedules at goaztecs.com

Say Boo to the Flu

During October, students with a valid RedID can get a free flu vaccine – while supplies last – at Student Health Services. Go to HealtheConnect for an appointment or stop by one of the pop-up flu clinics:

Oct. 23: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Campanile Walkway
Oct. 31: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Goldberg Courtyard, Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union

Student Forums on Proposed Fee Increases

Students are encouraged to attend one of the open forums between late October and mid-November to voice their opinions on proposed increases to the Health and Wellness Fee and the Instructionally Related Activities Fee.

Find out more about the proposals and forum details at the CFAC web page.

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ASSOCIATED STUDENTS EVENTS

10-16-19 stand up comedy night


Standup Comedy Night. Live comedy at the Union October 16, 7-9 p.m. at the Conrad Preby Aztec Student Union

» Checkout aztecstudentunion.com or @Azteczunion on instagram.

10-22 game on lazer tag 7-9pm


Game On! Lazer Tag. Warning Game on! Don't Get Tagged October 21, 7-9 p.m. in Monezuma Hall at the Conrad Preby Aztec Student Union.

» Checkout aztecstudentunion.com or @Azteczunion on instagram.

10-25 open mic night 5-7pm


Open Mic Night. Showcase your talent at the Courtyard, Conrad Preby Aztec Student Union. Oct. 24, 5-7 p.m.. Sign up @ rebrand.ly/asub_openmic

» Checkout aztecstudentunion.com or @Azteczunion on instagram.