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Artist Collective Xingaderas wearing papier-mâché masks similar to those that will be constructed in their SDSU workshop.

Artist collective Xingaderas leads conversations about identity at SDSU

Xingaderas will lead an interactive workshop for students and present an artist talk as part of the Arts Alive SDSU Discovery Series

SDSU's Fowler Athletic Center

Aztecs earn 43 Academic All-Mountain West honors

Football led the way with 21 honorees for the fall semester.

Jessica Fernstrom is on set playing the main character, Donna, in the filming of "Shayna Punim." (Handout photo)

Valentine’s Day Student Film Festival: A tradition to celebrate love at SDSU

Shayna Punim extends an invitation to embrace acceptance and open communication in all forms of relationships.

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SDSU Impact

(Tijuana in the background) February's severe weather flooded San Diego County's Tijuana River Valley at Dairy Mart Road near the International border. SDSU researchers found that the contaminated run-off can also become airborne and linger in soils further impacting public health. (Photo courtesy of Prebys Foundation)

New report: Public health crisis unfolds as Tijuana River sewage contamination escalates

The new report by SDSU researchers shows that the public health impact may extend far further than beach closures, as toxic chemicals and microbes are also found in air and soil.

Grace Dearborn presenting her poster at the American Historical Association's annual conference

Grace Dearborn: History Researcher and Comics Fan

A history enthusiast since childhood, Dearborn explores the impact of 1950s comics, shedding light on parallels to modern-day censorship debates.

Groundbreaking for Controlled Thermal Resources’ lithium extractor in Imperial Valley on January 26, 2024. (Courtesy of CTR and Darco Productions)

Laying the groundwork for Lithium Valley’s future

An award from the U.S. Economic Development Administration will support the development of the lithium economy in Imperial County and its workforce.

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Solutions

Guillermina Gina Nuñez-Mchiri (left) was joined by elected officials, partners and community members for the groundbreaking ceremony of the SDSU Imperial Valley Sciences and Engineering Laboratories in Brawley, Calif. on Friday, Feb. 9, 2024. (La Monica Everett-Haynes/SDSU)

SDSU breaks ground on Sciences and Engineering Laboratories in Brawley

Set to open in fall 2025, the new state-of-the-art building is one part of SDSU’s commitment to meeting the STEM and both the current and future geothermal energy sector demands of ‘Lithium Valley.’

Linda Lara-Jacobo (left), associate professor of public health, is the first professor at SDSU Imperial Valley to visit Antarctica for a research trip.

SDSU Imperial Valley professor’s environmental justice research takes her to Antarctica

The public health professor was one of the 71 researchers from around the world selected to study leadership in climate change and environmental justice.

Sanjay Behura (middle) in the Electron Microscopy Facility pointing to a crystal of two-dimensional material exposed to electron beam irradiation. (Bryana Quintana/SDSU)

Quest for Quantum Materials

SDSU physicists harness the power of quantum science to develop new materials that provide legions of benefits

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Campus News

Three new A.S. Career Advantage events open to students

Associated Students and campus partners have announced three new events to support students in their career development and job placement.

2024 Quest for the Best Applications Now Open

Feb. 19 deadline for students to apply for an award that recognizes their academic and community service contributions as well as the roles of their campus mentors.

‘A whole different way of teaching’: Innovative online education program ranks No. 5 nationally

U.S. News & World Report gives SDSU online Master of Arts in Teaching high marks for quality, student success.

Decade of Pride: From modest roots to campus pillar

The Pride Center grows from humble beginnings to a crucial campus resource at SDSU.

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SDSU Voices

In 2022-23, 396 African American students earned SDSU degrees, a 35% increase from nearly a decade earlier. (SDSU)
Our students are made up of several different backgrounds and have several different ways that they experience life, some of them spiritual. We are making an effort to meet the whole student...and that support results in academic success.

— Tonika Green, associate vice president for campus community affairs, from SDSU's Super Sunday outreach aims to empower the futures of African American students