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First-gen chemistry student awarded fellowship for cancer drug research

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Brandon Gamble, director of the SDSU Black Resource Center. (Courtesy of Brandon Gamble)
The complaint after a protest is, “So what do you want?” Well, sometimes everyone needs a space and place and time to think that through, and for Black people — and for those who are supportive of them — Juneteenth provides that opportunity.

— Brandon Gamble, director of the SDSU Black Resource Center, from Juneteenth: Q&A with Brandon Gamble

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Image of Sabrina and Sydney Moreno in their cap gowns walking through the SDSU campus.
I feel like I will always have a special connection with the university. Whenever I am on campus, I feel a sense of pride ... After all, we are Aztecs for life.

— Sabrina Moreno, from Identical blood, DNA, and alma maters