Saturday, July 4, 2015
CAMPAIGN FOR SDSU
Class of 2015 Leaves a Lasting Legacy
SDSU’s graduating class has raised nearly $25,000 for scholarships to benefit future Aztecs.
Also in NewsCenter
Summer 2015 Grade Submission Deadline
Life After SDSU
2015 Monty Award Winners Announced
Aztec Authors: "Women in Christian
Sharp HealthCare to Launch Brain Cancer
Read 360: The Magazine of San Diego State University
The spring 2015 issue looks at research as a creative endeavor.
New Gift for College of Engineering
The gift supports an endowment to strengthen SDSU’s construction
Empowering the Region
A recent event celebrated the partnership between SDSU and
SDSU Graduate Programs Among Nation’s Best
Four SDSU programs were recognized in U.S. News & World Report’s
Gift Endows Leadership Center
SDSU held a ceremony to name the Jeffrey W. Glazer Center for
SDSU Honors College Named
A $1 million gift from Darlene Shiley helped endow the Susan and
Treasure Trove from America's Past
A gift from alumni George and Dorothy Codling sheds light on life in the late 18th century.
The Aztec Proud program is a students-helping-students effort initiated by SDSU’s Office of Alumni Engagement.
SDSU Holds J.A.M. Center Groundbreaking
The JAM Center is scheduled to be completed by August 2015.
SDSU enters the year in a strong position, President Elliot Hirshman told the campus community at the All-University Convocation.
M. Basketball. Shepard to Head to the Philippines with AIA
W. Swimming. Swimmers Earn CSCAA Team Scholar All-America Award
M. Soccer. M. Soccer to Play on Pac-12 Networks Four Times in '15
M. Basketball. Max Hoetzel Joins the #AztecMBB Program
Tijuana Consumers Start Paying Tax On Ready-Made Food
California Budget Could Save Tijuana River Valley
San Diego Lawmaker Pushes For Cheerleader Protections
California Regulators Pass Higher Electricity Rates For Most Customers
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