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Leadership center renamed The Jeffrey W. Glazer Center

Leadership center renamed The Jeffrey W. Glazer Center

March 19, 2015

San Diego State’s leadership center was recently renamed and will expand its services after receiving a donation from alumnus Jeffrey Glazer. The funding...

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SDSU gets $1M for lifelong learning

SDSU gets $1M for lifelong learning

February 23, 2015

A $1 million endowment was recently awarded to San Diego State’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is a program...

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Lavin Entrepreneurship Center welcomes new chair

Lavin Entrepreneurship Center welcomes new chair

February 13, 2015

This month, Steven Osinski of the College of Business Administration was named chairman of the advisory board for the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center at...

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San Diego gets a 'D' for tobacco use

San Diego gets a ‘D’ for tobacco use

January 29, 2015

San Diego State has recently partnered with Elite security to better enforce the smoking ban on campus. In cases of noncompliance with the smoke-free...

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SDSU offers name-change option

SDSU offers name-change option

November 24, 2014

San Diego State’s Office of the Registrar announced in an email a new preferred name option to students earlier this month. The option was put in place...

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Campus-wide Wi-Fi gets an update

Campus-wide Wi-Fi gets an update

November 19, 2014

Throughout the next six to eight months, campus-wide wireless internet technology, Wi-Fi, will be improved. With the addition of new and adjusted access...

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Alumni donations to increase Brazilian studies

Alumni donations to increase Brazilian studies

October 30, 2014

Two San Diego State alumni, will donate $2.5 million in the next five years as an endowment for a collaborative program with Brazil. The endowment for...

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CIBER program receives $1 million grant

CIBER program receives $1 million grant

October 20, 2014

San Diego State’s Center for International Business Education and Research received a federal grant of $1 million. The grant follows the final disbursement...

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Campus hosts ‘Coming Out’ week

October 6, 2014

Oct. 11 will mark the 26th annual National Coming Out Day. For San Diego State students, faculty and staff, school-wide events are in place to raise awareness...

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Professors study obesity locally

Professors study obesity locally

September 29, 2014

San Diego State was one of three grant recipient sites for an ongoing research project studying childhood obesity in Imperial County. The Centers for Disease...

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Professor studies autism, Jacobsen syndrome

Professor studies autism, Jacobsen syndrome

September 22, 2014

San Diego State psychology professor Sarah Mattson recently highlighted a link between autism spectrum disorders, commonly refereed to as ASD, and Jacobsen...

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SDSU ranks No. 19 in list of top MBA programs

September 15, 2014

As for graduate schools of business to apply for in 2015, San Diego State’s master’s of business administration program was ranked No. 19 on College...

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Professor receives NIMH grant to improve autism detection

September 4, 2014

Two grants totaling  $3.7 million were awarded to San Diego State psychology professor Ralph-Axel Mueller from the National Institute of Mental Health. These...

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Space-related programs to receive 25k starting next fall

Space-related programs to receive 25k starting next fall

May 1, 2014

San Diego State students pursuing a career in a space-related field will have new scholarship opportunities, equipment and mentors from NASA beginning...

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Living at the Residence Halls

April 24, 2014

With a major residence hall temporarily closing, first-time freshmen and upperclassmen will have expanded housing options going into fall 2014. The Zura...

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Going car-less in San Diego

April 24, 2014

SDSU Transit Center The San Diego State Transit Center, which has been located between the Adams Humanities building and the pedestrian bridge since...

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SDSU student union wins sustainability award

April 17, 2014

San Diego State’s Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union was chosen as a winner in the 2014 Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Best Practice Awards. The...

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Construction slows commute on Montezuma Road

April 14, 2014

Multiple construction projects focused on Montzuma Road have created backup for San Diego State commuters this semester. With more than 85 percent of students...

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Student Success Fee concerns go to the CSU Chancellor’s office

March 31, 2014

On Wednesday, protesters from a variety of California public colleges made an appearance at a bi-monthly board meeting at the California State University Chancellor’s...

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Love Library renovations underway

March 25, 2014

Renovations began in March on the third floor of the Love Library at San Diego State. Planning began in October 2013 to scope out the location of new...

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Voter’s guide to the A.S. election

March 17, 2014

This Monday marks the beginning of the annual Associated Students elections. Results will be announced March 20, at 8 p.m., tin the Montezuma Lounge and...

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Grand opening brings Aztecs home

March 10, 2014

On Friday, March 7 the long-awaited grand opening ceremony of the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union took place. The ceremony began at 4:30 p.m. in front...

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Protesters silently crash student union opening [VIDEO]

March 10, 2014

As the sun began to set on San Diego State Friday night, students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered on the steps of the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union...

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Aztec-themed trolley rolls in San Diego

Aztec-themed trolley rolls in San Diego

March 5, 2014

A trolley wrapped with the faces of Associated Students executives officers and the Aztec Student Union debuted on Wednesday afternoon. These images will...

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Student Success Fee protest ends in president’s office

March 3, 2014

“I didn’t eat dinner last night because I was worried about my younger brother feeding himself before I did. If I can’t afford to eat, I can’t...

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Professors explain Faulconer’s special election win

February 19, 2014

In the early hours of Feb. 12, Rebublican city council member Kevin Faulconer was elected mayor of the city of San Diego. He beat his opponent, fellow...

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Complete Student Union opening projected

February 14, 2014

The beginning of the spring semester marked the partial opening of the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union. With the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony...

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Former Aztec elected as San Diego’s next mayor

February 12, 2014

Last night, Kevin Faulconer was elected mayor of San Diego after a special mayoral election to replace former mayor Bob Filner. Faulconer, an SDSU alumnus,...

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New fee discussed at forum

February 10, 2014

Co-authored by Assistant News Editor, Luke Henning On Monday, San Diego State began hosting open forums to address the possibility of implementing a new...

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San Diego receives failing grade on tobacco control

February 4, 2014

The city of San Diego and several other cities in San Diego County received poor grades in the American Lung Association’s 2014 State of Tobacco Control...

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Record number for CSU, SDSU applicants

January 26, 2014

At the close of the Fall 2014 application period, the California State University system reported receiving a record number of more than 760,000 total...

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Students and officers discuss transients on campus

December 2, 2013

Transients have been a common sight at San Diego State, but their presence on campus around residence halls has become an issue of concern for students...

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SDSU rallied for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

November 2, 2013

This past month, San Diego State was adorned with pink ribbons, shirts and athletic equipment in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Since...

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SDSU recognized for campus diversity

October 24, 2013

San Diego State was recently honored as one of INSIGHT Into Diversity’s Higher Education Excellence in Diversity award recipients. The school will be...

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