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Hepner Hall
Enrollment Myths Debunked
SDSU's Enrollment Services team dispels common myths they hear from prospective students and their parents.
The Neave Trio
Residency Shapes Success for Neave Trio
The Neave Trio came to SDSU in 2012 as Graduate Artist Diploma students.
Students in National City
SDSU’s Sage Project Seeks New City Partner
Cities from all over San Diego County are invited to submit letters of interest to be the next Sage Project partner.
Jms students in a classroom
Bilingual Courses Serve Hispanic Communities
SDSU's bilingual course in mass media writing for students planning to major in journalism, advertising and public relations acknowledges a community need.
Jean Twenge headshot
Americans Reporting Increased Symptoms of Depression
Analyzing data from 6.9 million people, SDSU professor Jean M. Twenge found Americans are more depressed now than they were in the 1980s.
Bill Yeager conducting an orchestra
All That Jazz
An SDSU professor donated more than $370,000 worth of musical scores dating back to the 1940s.
A woman playing a horn
Free Fall Concerts Open for All
SDSU's School of Music and Dance will host free performances throughout the semester.
Robert Quimby
From Rock Star to Real Stars
Astronomer Robert Quimby played trombone in a successful ska punk band before giving it up for science.
Kelly Hillock
7 Things About Kelly Hillock
Kelly Hillock knows all about having Aztec pride.
"Rabbit Hole" tells the story of a young couple coping with the loss of their son.
A Journey Down the “Rabbit Hole”
The Pulitzer Prize-winning play will run from Sept. 26 through Oct. 5.
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