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Edward Blum
Fighting Over God's Image
The New York Times published an op-ed by SDSU history professor and author Edward Blum.
As You Like It
Shakespeare in Modern Times
The gender-bending theater production of "As You Like It" will run from Sept. 28-Oct. 7 at the Experimental Theater.
Cassandra Cook plans to become a lawyer to create positive change.
Hearst Scholar Makes a Mark
SDSU student Cassandra Cook was recognized for outstanding achievement by a first-generation student.
Ron King
Professor Lives Life to Fullest
Political science professor Ronald King has an array of extra-curricular activities, ranging from fencing to Mardi Gras celebrations.
Donnelly
Veterans Advocate Leaving SDSU
Nathaniel Donnelly, a dedicated advocate for veterans, will serve his last day at SDSU Friday, Sept. 28.
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Explore the Red Planet in 360 Magazine
The fall issue of 360: The Magazine of San Diego State University talks to the SDSU alumni who helped put Curiosity on Mars.
Ken Kramer Illustration
About San Diego State...Fall 2012
Ken Kramer puts a human face on Aztec heroes from WWII
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Today Show Spotlight
SDSU entrepreneurs will be featured this morning on the Today Show.
Hepner Hall
Input Sought for Strategic Plan
Open forums for the SDSU Strategic Plan will take place Sept. 28-Oct. 10.
Walter Rosenkranz
Shifting Gears Toward a Greener City
Walter Rosenkranz always had the entrepreneurial spirit of a California native.
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