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Story Archive 2003

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2003 in review: Editors' picks

SFSU responds to nursing shortage with new program

Early deadlines set for fall 2004 applications

A Closer Look: Gator weather

Stressed by the holidays? Relax and enjoy

Future geoscientists join the big leagues

Exhibiting excellence in undergraduate teaching

A Closer Look: Final cram before exams

Students consult for Bay Area entrepreneurs

Wrestlemania! Gators grip top 20 ranking

Ethnic media spur immigrants into public life

A Closer Look: Community Involvement Center food drive

Art professor shows his 'Buddhist spirit'

Talent delight Friday night: music, dance, fashion

Two cinema students graced with scholarship

Holiday gifts with a Gator connection

Ceramics sale showcases student, faculty pieces


Scholarship created in memory of lecturer, alumnus

Cigarette sales banned at SFSU, part of CSU effort

'Uncle Vanya': a comedy of bittersweet passion

Ethnic Studies showcases unique teaching approaches

SFSU pumps more than $1 billion into local economy

International student body grows, but not as fast

California: a promised land for Jews

'DV-ants' enter San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project

SFSU promotes international education Nov. 17-21

Alumna Muske-Dukes nominated for National Book Award

A Closer Look: 'Earthly Forces'

Now showing: a cornucopia of student-created art

Kucinich stops at SFSU on campaign trail

Noted Chinese studies journal moves to campus

Garden of Remembrance featured on TV show

Comic opera takes center stage this weekend

Bay Area poets read pieces for peace

Ft. Miley Ropes Course on Evening Magazine

A Closer Look: 'Seeing Eye to Eye' exhibit

Media arts festival to bridge 'Koreanness'

Film series promotes civil discourse on Middle East


Students, faculty raise money for autism research

Award-winning student film puts 'Sailors First'

East Coast meets West Coast for a second time

They want your blood -- donate on Oct. 31

Mayoral candidates address students, faculty, staff

Celebrating the life of Camille Howard

Professor curates exhibit on catastrophic history

SF mayoral candidates forum set for Monday

On the right track: Head Start thrives

Priority application period open through Nov. 30

Butler and Marcy win Discover award

Political humorist Michael Moore draws a crowd

A Closer Look: Labor Archives photo exhibit

Student artist creates third space at 'Ars Electronica'

Black Studies Journal tackles two current topics

Help raise funds for at-risk youth

Choosing the right college for you

Hotchkiss' da Vinci spirit recognized

MBA program may move to downtown San Francisco

Kopelman Quartet makes West Coast debut

Theatre Arts presents One-Act Festival

Romberg Tiburon Center to lead bay research reserve

Bluegrass legend Hazel Dickens to perform

Psychology book award goes to new faculty member


Voter registration drive exceeds expectations

Rediscovering their roots in the Philippines

A Closer Look: Branford Marsalis schools students on jazz

Forum with gubernatorial candidates Thursday

Students walk and work for heart health

Alumna shines on screen 'Under The Tuscan Sun'

IT Day showcases the best in higher ed tech

SFSU's enrollment reaches historic high

'Tall Ship' sets sail, high school students wanted

Alum Sung Kim writes, directs "Book of Rules"

A Closer Look: "Held So Close"

Field notes: students report on summer research

Middle Earth to Middle East: new, unique classes

Campus pulls together to get out the vote

Students "Opt-In" at Stonestown mall

What did you miss? Summer picks from SF State News

A Closer Look: Stonestown Galleria window displays

Japanese students visit to study physical therapy

See it on KQED: OLLI's on the air

Deadline met: International student files updated

Presidential Scholars enter SFSU at head of class

Four new degree programs for the new academic year


For students with kids -- resources to stay in school

Jewish studies prof. reflects on his first year at SFSU

Observatory open for Mars viewing

New program spans the diversity of Islamic studies

A Closer Look: Residence halls move-in

U.S. News: SFSU reflects real-world education

Ebony features professor's back-to-school tips

Student wins National Speakers Association scholarship

A Closer Look: SFSU Bookstore

Getting street smart with Max Kirkeberg

SFSU police chief joins Sexual Assault Task Force

A's rookie league team features former Gator

High school students take a seat in campus classrooms

Newly minted MFAs exhibit art at San Jose gallery

Beyond the classroom: Students experience South Africa

Chronicle of Higher Ed prints professor's Iraq update

A Closer Look: Sailing classes at Lake Merced

Point of View: Student fee increase

Faculty dispense food facts at Farmers Market

Budget requires SFSU to set limit on spring applications


Students win national awards for product designs

Nation's first encyclopedia on black politics is published

BECA professor: North Korea conflict an 'Incomplete War'

Koret Foundation grant strengthens Jewish Studies

A Closer Look: New student orientation

University dean part of Millennium Leadership Initiative

Checking in on child care centers

CSU Trustees approve student fee increase

New degree in computer engineering launched

Summer institute on sexuality studies kicks off

Applause! Faculty members take part in summer arts events

Graduate students earn CSU scholarships

College of Business honors professors of the year

Faculty members perform at Fillmore Street Jazz fest

Paging all doctors: Health students study at SFSU


Students to receive AmeriCorps scholarships

Former Gator makes People’s 25 hottest bachelors list

SFSU ranks 10th in awarding degrees to minorities

Multimedia students showcase new skills

Professor brings technology to Iraqi medical community

A closer look: Residence Apartment Building

Music alumna wins cabaret competition

International programs administrator chosen as Fulbright Scholar

Professor's new book explores rhetoric of terrorism

SFSU host major science conference

Students tackle Chinese stereotypes of long ago

A closer look: Commencement

Faculty member wins regional Emmy

Ceramics students help shape two art shows

Discovery Channel program to feature SFSU student, children


SFSU offers reward in hit-and-run accident

Business professor assists in nation-building efforts in Iraq

Student photojournalist earns national prestige

SFSU's 102nd Commencement

Read the Commencement transcript

Meet the students who will be honored at Commencement

Liberal Studies Program | Division of Graduate Studies | College of Science and Engineering | College of Humanities | College of Ethnic Studies | College of Health and Human Services | College of Creative Arts | College of Education | College of Behavioral and Social Sciences | College of Business

Graduation gifts with a Gator connection

SFSU-Cañada College partnership spells success for teachers

Father, daughter inspire each other in literature, life

Oldest grad: 77-year-old earns fourth college degree

Mazel tov to first-ever grads in Jewish studies

Four tapped for Alumni Hall of Fame

Writer, broadcaster Ben Fong-Torres named Alumnus of Year

Peter Yarrow to receive honorary degree

OLLI makes learning a lifelong adventure

Student music label strikes a national chord

CSU Trustees delay vote on student fee increase

Graduate student wins top fellowship

Disability studies scholar explains 'Why I Burned My Book'

Sailing takes off at SFSU

Students stay in fashion with donation from Stonestown Galleria

Science students show off their research

Husband, wife establish scholarships for fellow SFSU students

Founders Day: words and pictures

SFSU turns 104: A look back

1980-2003 | 1960-1980 | 1940-1960 | 1920-1940 | 1899-1920


Founders Day: 95 voices sing as one

Three students named All-Americans in speech, debate

Residential students have new option for meals, study

Nuremberg Trials transcripts donated to Jewish Studies

Awards celebrate vast, varied community service

Student films screen at SF International Film Festival

Reporting live from the Middle East: SFSU alumni

Pres. Corrigan on the state budget and public universities

Celebrating the best of SFSU

'From the Nile to the Bay': Egyptian exhibit on display

Alumna preserves Filipino American history

About SARS: Resources and information

Students unveil Filipino Community Mural


Ad campaign celebrates SFSU alums and community

Forum on Latino education draws overflow crowd

Student wins presidential teaching honor

Historians weigh in on war

John Gemello named provost

Maintaining balance in stressful times

Students make a difference during spring break

Gator wrestling caps a successful season with several honors

Computer-use study contradicts conventional wisdom

Faculty experts available to provide analysis of Pres. Bush's speech

Faculty experts available on war, peace and Iraq

SFSU hosts major symposium, exhibit on arts in Taiwan

Summer semester will be held: what you should know

Journalism professor co-writes Senator Jeffords' memoirs

Seven Gator wrestlers advance to Division II National Championships

SFSU community waxes poetic at incense ceremony

Student wins national script-writing contest


Emergency preparedness and the campus community

SFSU opens new National Sexuality Resource Center

SFSU Downtown Center celebrates 10th anniversary

Visiting expert sees long road for improving Iran-U.S. relations

SFSU alum Johnny Mathis receives lifetime Grammy

Professor grades government Web sites

Graduate students help introduce young children to science

Roll out the red carpet for SFSU Oscar nominees

Professor teaches engineers lessons from Taiwan quake

SFSU panel recounts struggle to revive Mideast peace process

Professor Michael Krasny celebrates a decade as host of KQED's "Forum"

Nearly two of three SFSU students voted in 2002 election

Associated Students presents "Paul Robeson Week"

WiRED expands Kenyan outreach

"God's Country" examines the organized hate movement in the U.S.

SFSU strengthens the nursing career ladder

The Residence Apartments and Guest Center: Repairs are underway


SFSU poet hears interplay of words, music

Spring semester begins

Helping students over the algebra hump

New book looks at the rhetoric of lynching in America

Nursing professor helps release condor into the wild

CSU faces cuts in California Governor's Budget

No 'Failures' for SFSU alum headed to Sundance

Pres. Corrigan: Students grow by serving the community

Professor to improve Arabic translations by computer

SFSU remembers Sept. 11: words and photos

Campus Responds to National Tragedy

"Love is stronger than hate"

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