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Get linked to campus news, life and events! November 2008 edition.

Aztec Facts! CSU approves four new doctoral programs at SDSU.

Feature Stories

In the Spotlight

Photo of members of Aztec P.R.I.D.E.

Recruiting Aztec P.R.I.D.E.

Represent SDSU at presidential events. Network with community leaders.

This Month’s Features

Picture of Students talking to a patientNew International Health Class Offers Hands-On Experience

Open to all majors, this class combines classroom learning with hands-on experience.

Picture of students atop mt. fujiScholars without Borders

New international honor society at SDSU.

Good Neighbor Program

Extended Studies Alternatives for Course Credit and Global Opportunities

Picture of Refugee Camp Refugee Camp in the Heart of the City

The Doctors Without Borders 8,000 square-foot outdoor exhibit makes its way to San Diego's Balboa Park, showing you a day in the life of the world's more than 42 million refugees.

Stay Healthy this Winter – Get Your Flu Shot at Student Health Services!

Students living in the residence halls, with several roommates, and asthmatics are among those strongly encouraged to get vaccinated

White Ribbon Campaign at SDSU

Men working to end men’s violence against women.




Dates and Deadlines

Nov. 3 – 7: Chance to change your meal plan

Tuesday, Nov. 11: Veterans Day. Campus closed.

Nov. 27 – 29: Thanksgiving recess. Campus closed.
For students living on campus, check with On-Campus Housing for more information.

Winter 2009: Flu Vaccination Info.


Monday, Nov. 3: Celebrate El Dia de Los Muertos, noon, Arts & Letters building, 3rd floor

Photo by: Right Livelihood Award.
Wednesday, Nov. 5: "An Afternoon with Krishnammal Jagannathan," 2 p.m., Aztec Athletic Center Auditorium. Jagannathan has dedicated her life to the mission of liberating Dalit ("untouchable") women and their families from their misery and servile bondage to the landlords in the Tanjore area. She will talk about her meetings with Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr., and her life work with the women and children of India. A question and answer session will follow, where she’ll talk on important issues such as human rights, social justice, and giving back in a global world. More information. To RSVP, call (619) 594-6151 or e-mail

Thursday, Nov. 6: Internship Fair, 10 am – 2:30 p.m., Centennial Walkway

Thursday, Nov. 6: "What Not to Wear" workshop, 6 – 7:30 p.m., Scripps Cottage – Learn how to dress to impress from an expert!

Nov. 6 – 9: Refugee Camp in the Heart of the City, Balboa Park

Saturday, Nov. 8: Free movie screening: Superhero Movie Marathon, 10 p.m., Aztec Center Backdoor

Wednesday, Nov. 12: L. Robert Payne Distinguished Entrepreneur Lecture Series with Ron Fowler. 4 – 5:30 p.m., Aztec Athletic Center Auditorium

Picture of the Kite Runner posterFriday, Nov. 14: Free movie screening: The Kite Runner, 9:30 p.m., Scripps Green

Picture of Aztec Football Player on the fieldSaturday, Nov. 15: Aztec Football vs. Utah, 5 p.m., Qualcomm Stadium

Saturday, Nov. 15: Karaoke Night, 10 p.m., Aztec Center Starbucks

Tuesday, Nov. 18: Short-term Study Abroad workshop, 3 p.m., Hepner Hall, room 221

Nov. 19 – 21: Free Rape Aggression Defense course for women, 5 – 9:30 p.m., Cholula Hall. Presented by SDSU Police, this is a free event for SDSU female students. RSVP info.

Friday, Nov. 21: Aztec Dance, 10 p.m., Aztec Center Courtyard

Full SDSU Events Calendar


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