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December

War with Iraq, economy, Democratic candidates: Expert predictions for 2003

SFSU works to inform students of new spring semester fee increase

SFSU photo expert gives tips for taking unique, memorable pictures

Hispanic Outlook: SFSU a top pick for Hispanic students

SFSU student journalists tapped for national, regional awards

Design students showcase clever, functional products for seniors

CSU budget update

Ready for El Niño?: Tips from SFSU meteorologist

Chamber Singers to perform holiday concert Friday

SFSU to help meet need for urban school leaders

Biology professor focuses on wine country ecology

Yuks galore: SFSU presents a weekend of Yiddish vaudeville

Prominent journalists to discuss media and war

'Promises,' a film about children in Jerusalem, returns Thursday

A Japanese 'A Christmas Carol'

Student featured on MTV World AIDS Day special

Pres. Corrigan: Business prof. a global example of community engagement


November

SFSU actor recognized for boundary-stretching comedy

Poetry Center honors Anselm Hollo with annual book award

Sunday: Alexander String Quartet performs

Saturday: 'cultural pastiche' of music and dance

Breathe easy, California

SFSU writers, San Francisco high schoolers team up for poetry reading

Student artist tapped to show work in Italy's 'Biennale' exhibition

SFSU celebrates International Education Week

Iraq Forum draws crowd

Plaintiff to speak about trial against Salvadoran generals who used torture

'Art for Orphans' to benefit children in war-torn Balkans

SFSU faculty, other experts to discuss possible use of force against Iraq

Hundreds of high schoolers check out SFSU on 'Super Monday'

Hey! What's happening? Find out with SFSU's new e-calendar

SFSU hosts Saturday workshop on planning for retirement housing

Women's soccer ranked 21st in the nation in Division II

New book by SFSU alumnus explores the mystery of Bob Kerrey

Romberg Tiburon Center receives $500,000 grant to increase lab space


October

In memoriam: Diplomat and public servant Laurence Foley

Day of the Dead poetry reading on campus Thursday

Candidates for office to meet at SFSU forum Friday

'Laramie Project' to be performed on campus with other anti-hate events

Presidents of SFSU, CSU Fullerton place World Series bet

Applications for admission to the spring 2003 semester due by Nov. 15

Play by SFSU faculty about Unabomber premieres at Magic Theatre

Morrison Artists' Series present all-female, early music group Bimbetta

Piano legend Roger Woodward named director of School of Music and Dance

Philip Glass discusses composing film scores

SFSU premieres play about an Irish woman living among Aborigines

Professor's media installation opens at Mill Valley Film Festival

President Corrigan testifies to Congress on cost of higher education

Middle East peace possibilities discussed at 'Civil Discourse' lecture<

Discovery Day: A fun way to learn about SFSU's marine research center

KQED documentary offers 'Hope' for mentally ill homeless

Folk legend Richie Havens to perform on campus

Local journalists discuss electronic media since 9-11

SFSU offers new bachelor's degree in Modern Jewish Studies

Higher-education initiative on Nov. 5 ballot

Student-created video of wheelchair basketball player wins national award


September

In memoriam: Mary Park, custodian who touched thousands of lives

Morrison Artists' Series presents the St. Lawrence String Quartet

Film consultant discusses Hollywood's depiction of Arabs

'Promises': a film about children in Jerusalem

Campus wireless network announced at IT Day: words and photos

Twin exhibits at Fine Arts Gallery explore ceramics and sensuality

Alexander String Quartet and new music school chief team up for recital

Christopher Reeve foundation helps support wheelchair program

U.S. News ranks SFSU high in diversity

Enrollment reaches highest level since 1990


August

Professor puts to rest cultural stereotypes of Japan in new book

Student filmmaker is 'on the verge,' writes S.F. Chronicle

Nursing School takes steps to address national nursing shortage

Carrying a load: Students move into residence halls

Number of students studying abroad increases 29 percent

A window into the world of retail opened to students

Cinema student graced with scholarship

SFSU welcomes international students

Alumnus named Iran's representative to U.N.

SFSU teacher-training program featured on George Lucas-produced CD

Summer institute helps nudge students into medical careers


July

SFSU to close applications for fall semester on July 31

SFSU music composition award goes to Northwestern faculty member

CSU names 15 SFSU students pre-doctoral scholars

Teachers learn how to discuss events of Sept. 11 in their classroom

Creative Writing faculty hit national radio twice this week

SFSU students win CSU scholarships

SFSU ranked 11th nationwide in awarding degrees to minorities


June

Jewish history, ethics scholar named Goldman Chair in Jewish Studies

SFSU welcomes two Islamic Studies scholars this fall

Grad student is one of six students statewide to earn scholarship

SFSU granted nearly $900,000 for study of gay youth, their families

Education professor wins award for her research

This summer, get a mountain high and earn college credits

All about summer semester

Five students are winners at CSU Student Research Competition

Students honored for contributing to campus life


May

Largest graduating class ever receives their degrees May 25

Transcript of SFSU's May 25 Commencement

Top graduates: same excellence, different stories

84-year-old grandmother is SFSU's oldest grad

University Forwards Cases to DA following May 7 Rally

Three to be inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame

John Jacobs to receive President's Medal

SFSU among top 100 producers of Latino graduates

Students honored for community service work

Broadcasting student lands internship at CBS drama

Jazz legend Vernon Alley to receive President's Medal

Researchers track bridge construction's effects on harbor seals

Habitat for Humanity founder to receive honorary degree

Senior speech major named All-American debater


April

Sondheim's "Funny" musical now playing

Learn about, celebrate and help restore Lake Merced

Summer semester provides options for everyone

'Fraiser' co-creator Peter Casey named Alumnus of the Year

Internationally-renowned Japanese poet to perform

Earth Day 2002: Worms, 'green' computers and more

Japanese-Americans interned during World War II honored by SFSU

Student film festival features international works

Student reporters create good copy at journalism competition

Author Sandra Cisneros on campus for reading, book signing

Morrison Artists' Series presents the Rossetti String Quartet

Female wrestler aims to pin down an Olympic invite

Expert on Shaker furniture and culture to speak

All Wrapped Up: ancient Egyptian artifacts on display

Prospective students invited to check out SFSU this Saturday

Athletes flock to campus for Saturday's Johnny Mathis Invitational


March

Olympia Dukakis to discuss Greek tragedy and acting

Speech and Debate team to showcase talents

Journalism student wins award for interfaith article

SFSU alumnus wins Oscar for sound editing

SFSU study shows pheromones act as sexual magnet

SFSU, UCSF to offer joint Ph.D. in physical therapy

Broadcasting students take top spots in script contest

20-year-old sophomore named CCAA female track athlete of the week

The Waverly Consort to perform Spanish Renaissance music

Founders' Day celebrated on campus with cake, music and more

Bay Area teens flash their poetic license on campus

Gator wrestler wins national championship

Acting pros perform plays by student playwrights

Alum helps young underprivileged women set sail

Port chief Karen Clopton to head up SFSU Foundation

Peace Corps Week celebrated on campus


February

SFSU's Web site has new look; Campus news, quick links added

Nancy Pelosi, congresswoman and minority whip, to keynote commencement

Biology professor Leticia Marquez-Magana named mentor of the year

CO-LAB: Bay Area artists and youth team up for exhibit

Japanese judo gold medalist takes a breather on campus

12 member male vocal group Cantus to perform

Cinema students' film screening

Bell hooks speaks

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