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Sophomore quarterback Ryan Lindley of El Capitan High participates in a Spring scrimmage.
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Tune in to SDSU Live at noon on May 6 to learn more about Matthew Rowe, the SDSU Symphony Orchestra conductor, who will lead his first SDSU concert on May 7.

Harpist Sarah Davis will also be interviewed.

There will be a special Thursday edition of SDSU Live as we talk to a panel of experts about the H1N1 (swine) flu

 
About SDSU Live

SDSU Live is a 15-minute, live-stream video program of San Diego State University. Airing live at noon most  Wednesdays, SDSU Live interviews the people of SDSU, including alumni, visiting lecturers and faculty experts. Viewers can bookmark this page to view future SDSU Live broadcasts.

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