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SF State Magazine’s fall/winter issue online

Dec. 21, 2010 -- From the Bay Area to Bogota, SF State people are making a positive impact. Read all about it in the latest issue of SF State Magazine.

Photo of two young women leaving a building. One is using a walker.

"Shadow Race," photo by James Lee: Near dusk a boy runs along an irrigation canal in the village of Sra Kala, Afghanistan.

SF State Magazine’s fall/winter issue, now online, is brimming with world-class accomplishments on the part of alumni, faculty and students.

The cover story follows photojournalist James Lee into Afghanistan where he has recorded stories and images of everyday life. Then it’s on to Haiti, where readers can learn how SF State’s Whirlwind Wheelchair is assisting earthquake victims, followed by a visit to Federico Ardila’s virtual classroom which stretches from the Bay Area to Bogota, Colombia.

Other stories focus on SF State efforts to improve access to HIV care in the Bay Area, to help businesses thrive in challenging economic times, and to prepare Africans for malaria outbreaks.

The magazine also showcases the important role SF State has played in the arts, from the days of the late Creative Arts Dean August Coppola to today’s contributions to music, theatre and film. The SF State Magazine website includes an e-mail link to submit a class note or a letter to the editor. Copies of the printed magazine are available in the Administration building lobby. Between issues, keep up on SF State-related happenings by visiting the magazine blog.

Feedback is encouraged. Now, for a limited time, all readers who fill out the new magazine survey will receive a free gift: a poster of Robert Campbell’s aerial photo of the SF State campus.

-- Adrianne Bee


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