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SDSU Write-In

Paper to finish? Paper to start? Don’t write alone! Join the SDSU Writing Center for a night of writing.

Make progress on your final papers in the company of SDSU writing center tutors as we join the International Write-In on December 4, from 5 pm - midnight.

New Mind, Body & Spirit Room in SDSU Library

mind body and spirit room

A space for individuals of all religious faiths and non-religious beliefs to focus on their mind, body, and spirit, whether in prayer, meditation, or quiet contemplation.

Mind, Body & Spirit Room

Library Open

The Library has reopened after this afternoon's unplanned power outage.

Digital Humanities Center Re-Open House

Today from 2-4 pm in the DH Center.

Re-Open House

Digital Humanities Faculty Research Group

Join the Digital Humanities Initiative for our first Faculty Research Group of the year!

Monday, Novemnber 18 at noon in the DH Center (LA 61 - Bottom of the Dome)

Lunch will be served. RSVP to digitalhumanities@sdsu.edu

History and Comics: Billy Grove and Frank Quitely in Conversation

A conversation about history, comics, the history of comics – and so much more! Wednesday, November 13 @ 4:00 pm in Room LL430.

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Rerouting Maps of Mexican Literature

Please join us on Thursday, November 14 at 9:30 am in Room LL430 for Rerouting Maps of Mexican Literature with a panel of three distinguished lecturers: Sidharta Ochoa, Hilario Pena, and Elizabeth Hulverson.

This event is free and open to all.

 

Open Access Film Screening

Today @ 2 pm in Room LL430.

The Internet's Own Boy

Day of the Dead Activities

We're pleased to sponsor several events in support of the Day of the Dead and the 50th anniversary of the founding of Chicana/o Studies at SDSU.

Schedule of Events

Scopus Training

We're offering training sessions on Nov 7 and 8, in LA-76.

Attend a Training Session

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