San Diego State welcomes incoming freshmen and all admitted students to Explore SDSU Open House 2012.
Professor Seth Mallios, Department of Anthropology chair director at San Diego State, has been in every building and ceiling on campus; even in the water tank inside Hardy Tower.
A new women veterans initiative is collaborating with the Veterans Center at San Diego State as an integration to help raise awareness.
San Diego State graduates have become CEOs, presidents, founders and leaders in their communities. Many run large companies, have built businesses from scratch and have become influential in every aspect of their lives.
This year, San Diego State has gained a new club on campus called Student Action for Animals. Its primary goal is to inform the student body about animal rights and to promote animal welfare.
In celebration of SDSU Month and all things Aztec, San Diego State will hold a video contest challenging students, faculty, alumni and friends to create a video expressing why they believe leadership starts at SDSU.
Gee Bwinika is a star. His million-dollar smile, outgoing personality, eccentric fashion sense and flashy dance moves warrant that title.
On Feb. 10, San Diego State lost accomplished religious studies scholar Dr. G. Ray Jordan, Jr. to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or as it is more commonly known: Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Every year, San Diego State applauds its faculty and professors who have made great strides in scholarship and research through the Albert W. Johnson University Research Lecture.
What began as a love story between a San Diego State graduate and fish tacos blossomed into a successful franchise with 200 restaurants in five different states.
Last week, Staff Writer Arturo Garcia spoke with San Diego State President Elliot Hirshman to find out more about the university’s new leader.
Before attending San Diego State, James D. Hake, a 19-year-old native from Mount Shasta, had not planned a future because he lived day-to-day in survival mode.