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SDSU Greek System Sponsors Sexual Assault Prevention Series

Feb. 17
By Angela Carone
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Fraternities and sororities organize events at San Diego State to spark dialogue and raise awareness about sexual violence.

San Diego State Retires Tony Gwynn's No. 19

Feb. 13
By Associated Press
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"I know he knew he had a big effect on people, but I don't think he understood how great it was," Chris Gwynn, Tony's brother, told the crowd at Tony Gwynn Stadium.

University Of San Diego Education Forum Raises Questions About Technology

Feb. 13
By Matthew Bowler
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Educators did more than check out new technology for the classrooms on Friday — they also discussed where technology belongs in education.

University of San Diego Announces New President

Feb. 13
By City News Service
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James Harris III will become the university's fourth president after Mary Lyons retires.

Young Muslims Killed In North Carolina Honored At SDSU Vigil

Feb. 12
By Hoa Quach
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About 75 people gathered at San Diego State University to remember the three college students who were shot to death this week. Police say a parking dispute sparked the killings, but they're investigating if it was a hate crime.

San Diego Unified School Choice Deadline Approaches

Feb. 12
By Matthew Bowler
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Even though it's not yet spring time, parents are thinking about next fall’s first day of school.

Mesa College Opens $40M Behavioral Sciences Building

Feb. 11
By Matthew Bowler
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The nearly 74,000-square-foot structure is one of several new facilities to open in the last several years at Mesa, City and Miramar colleges.

San Marcos Unified Delays Opening Of First Elementary School

Feb. 11
By Matthew Bowler
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The school could have opened on time, but it would have cost the district $8 million more because of overtime wages and double shifts.

San Diego State Gets $1M Grant To Support Lifelong Learning

Feb. 9
By City News Service
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The grant will go to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at SDSU, which offers a variety of university-level courses for people 50 and older.

2 Teens Questioned About San Ysidro High Threats

Feb. 6
By City News Service
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Two teenage boys were questioned by detectives Friday for allegedly discussing a plan to carry out an assault on fellow students and staffers at San Ysidro High School.