Get linked to campus news, life and events! November 2009 edition.
Watch the Ladder Fitness Workout Video
Enhance your personal and professional development
All items to benefit the homeless through The Alpha Project
Become a “Conversation Partner” with an international student
Because of mandated furloughs, several campus offices will close periodically during the fall semester. This list of closures will be updated as information becomes available.
Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships Friday hours OFAS will close at 1 pm on Fridays for processing. The office is open Monday Thursday from 9 am 4 pm.
Wednesday, 11/11: Veteran’s Day, campus closed
Thursday, 11/26 Friday, 11/27: Thanksgiving Recess, campus closed
Saturday, 11/7: Aztecs vs. #4 TCU Football Game
1 pm, Qualcomm Stadium
Thursday, 11/5: SDSU Jazz Ensemble with Pete Christlieb - Noted jazz saxophonist Christlieb, a former member of "The Tonight Show" band, has been a prominent member of the jazz community for over 30 years. 7 pm, Smith Recital Hall.
Saturday, 11/7: Black and Brown Summit, 9 am 4 pm, Aztec Center
Sunday 11/15 - Wednesday, 11/18: Tunnel of Oppression
Monday, 11/16: LGBTQ Awareness Workshop, 4 7 pm, Casa Real
Tuesday, 11/17: Disability Awareness Workshop, 4 7 pm, Casa Real
Tuesday, 11/17: The L. Robert Payne Distinguished Entrepreneur Lecture Series: Featuring Dr. Tina Nova, Co-Founder, President, CEO and Director of Genoptix, Inc. 4 5:30 pm, Aztec Athletic Center Auditorium.
Wednesday, 11/18: 53rd Annual International Peace Village, 12 - 3 pm, Montezuma Hall.
Friday, 11/20: “Gangsters” a story of racial repression and rebellion. 7 pm, The Backdoor. Free to all SDSU students, faculty and staff.
Friday, 11/20 Sunday, 11/22: “The Mikado” Gilbert and Sullivan’s popular operetta, presented by SDSU’s Opera Theatre. 7 pm on Friday and Saturday; 2 pm on Sunday. Smith Recital Hall.
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