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Find a Job, Just in Time!

Do you need a job or an internship for the summer? Have you not found the right employer or work experience? Network and connect with employers recruiting the best Aztecs for summer, part-time and full-time employment at the Just in Time Career Fair. Businesses from Amazon to Wine Warehouse, and tons in between, will be on the North Love Library Terrace on April 23, from 10 am to 2:30 pm for this year’s fair. There will also be a special Hospitality Lane full of tourism and hospitality employers looking for new employees. It’s the last career fair of the semester, so don’t miss it. 



 

poster for Alien Citizen

How to Be From Everywhere and Nowhere

“Who are you when you’re from everywhere and nowhere,” asks writer and performer Elizabeth Liang in her live show Alien Citizen: An Earth Odyssey. One SDSU Community is proud to present this funny and poignant one-woman show about growing up as a dual citizen of mixed heritage to San Diego State. On Thursday, April 16 at 5pm, Liang will enter the stage of the Aztec Student Union Theater and take her audience with her to places in Central America, North Africa, the Middle East, and New England—places that feel “other” to her because she is the “other.” Don’t miss this free show and the subsequent Q&A with Liang, a global citizen!



 

The Great American Trailer Park Musical

Music and Arts Come Alive in April

In April, campus will come alive with a variety of arts performances. Amongst them are concerts for Jazz Week, including a performance with special guest, Sunny Wilkinson, a famous jazz vocalist who has sung The Count Basie Orchestra. The Great American Trailer Park Musical, a Broadway musical showcasing “Florida’s most exclusive down-home trailer park,” is another great way to get a few laughs in before finals. And the SDSU Symphony Orchestra and Choir will perform at the College Avenue Baptist Church on April 25 at 7:30 pm. For more information on upcoming events, check out the School of Music and Dance’s calendar and the Theatre Department’s website.



 

photo: Hepner Hall lit up at night with blue light

Light It Up Blue for Autism Awareness Month

Student Disability Services will be sponsoring a day of guest speakers and special events culminating in the lighting of Hepner Hall in blue to promote autism awareness. On April 8, a series of guest speakers will talk about living with autism to bring awareness to the SDSU community. When the sun sets, Aztecs from across campus will gather in front of Hepner Hall to light the iconic building blue in honor of autism awareness month. For more information, please contact Student Disability Services at (619) 594-6473.



 

A.S. Elections - the vote

Meet Your New AS Executive Officers

In the most recent Associated Students elections, Blaire Ward, a junior communications major, was elected as the newest A.S. President. In addition to Ward, Leo Carillo was elected as Executive Vice President, and Tyler Aguilar as Vice President, External Relations.  Dominic Bilotti was elected as the Vice President, Financial Affairs and Andrea Byrd, the Vice President, University Affairs, in addition to many representatives for the three A.S. Councils. The newly elected representatives take office in May. If you’re interested in serving on the A.S. Board of Directors or Judicial Affairs Council, there is still time to apply. Applications can be picked up at the A.S. Office on third floor of the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union. Applications are due at that same location on Monday, April 6. 



 

photo of a girl at Stonehenge

See the World Through Aztecs’ Eyes

SDSU Be International has launched the Be International Blog, giving you a new way to experience what it means to study abroad. Follow seven Aztecs who are currently in the UK, Turkey, Sweden, Korea, Hungary and Spain. With frequent stories and photo galleries, the Be International bloggers share their daily lives in Europe and Asia. Find out how Alina made the best of a visit to Stonehenge during a hailstorm, learn how Douglas hopes to find his identity in Wonju or be amazed how tea changed Rose’s life in Istanbul. The bloggers will report on their amazing adventures throughout the semester. If you want to browse your own options to go abroad, check out the Aztecs Abroad database!


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April

April Dates and Deadlines

April 10: Final day for submitting thesis (without risk) to Montezuma Publishing for thesis review to ensure graduation in May 2015.

April 24: Last day for submission of incomplete and RP grade removals (excluding thesis) for May 2015 graduation with an advanced degree.

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