SDSU Research No. 1 for Fourth Straight Year
According to Academic Analytics, SDSU is the most productive research university with 14 or fewer Ph.D. programs.
SDSU No. 11 for Bachelor's Degrees Awarded to Minorities
SDSU also ranks sixth for bachelor’s degrees awarded to Hispanics.
SDSU Celebrates LGBT Pride
The third annual rainbow flag-raising ceremony launches LGBT Pride Month.
SDSU and UC Offer New Joint Doctoral Programs
New programs in evolutionary biology and geophysics bring SDSU doctoral offerings to 18.
ViewPoints: BP Oil Disaster
SDSU environmental historian Sarah Elkind offers her expert views about the BP oil disaster.
Athletics Reaches New Heights
Eight Postseason Berths have
Aztecs at highest ranking ever in the Directors' Cup.
Partnership Making a Real Difference
Sports MBA students study
baseball's impact the Dominican Republic.
Former Aztec Cornerback Helps Urban Kids Catch a Break
Aazaar Abdul-Rahim founded Positive Choices in Washington, D.C.
SDSU Men's Basketball Season Tickets On Sale
Aztecs return all five starters from a team that won 25 games, claimed the MWC championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament.
Aztec Golfer Christine Wong Begins Play At 2010 U.S. Open Thursday
San Diego State sophomore is one of 28 amateurs in the field.
Forty-One Aztecs Named 2010 Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athletes
Athletes from 14 different sports were tabbed 2010 MWC Scholar-Athletes, as each boasts a cumulative grade-point average over 3.5.
SDSU Leads International Women's Writing Conference
SDSU organizes third biennial International Conference of the Contemporary Women's Writing Network.
Best Summer Reads for Kids
The SDSU National Center for Children's Literature recommends the top books for sharpening reading skills and keeping kids' attention.