Say Boo to the Flu
Going into finals season, the last thing you need is to be down for the count with the flu. How about a flu shot to up your chances of staying healthy? Seasonal flu vaccinations are available to currently enrolled SDSU students, faculty and staff for $15 at Student Health Services in Calpulli Center. Vaccinations are given Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 8:45 - 11:45 am and 1:30 - 4:30 pm. An appointment is required to receive a vaccination. Visit HealtheConnect.sdsu.edu or call 619-594-4325 to make an appointment.
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Aztecs Rock Hunger
Did you know nearly 470,000 San Diegans have little to no food at home and don’t know how they’ll get their next meal? For many of those families, that next meal will come courtesy of the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank. Support this incredible organization by contributing to Aztecs Rock Hunger by November 9 and help SDSU reach its goal of collecting 250,000 pounds of food. Need some perspective? Just $1 will help the food bank supply six pounds of food for a family in need.
International Peace Village Brings World Cultures Together
On Thursday, Nov. 20 from 10am to 1pm, world cultures will come together in celebration at Montezuma Hall, and you are invited! ONE SDSU Community, the International Student Center and the International Student Association present the 58th Annual International Peace Village, part of International Education Week 2014. With performances, country showcases and music, SDSU will come together to celebrate international on campus. Sign up today to participate and promote global awareness, cross-cultural communication and international goodwill!
At SDSU, Homecoming is more than just a football game. For the entire week leading up to game night, students and alumni unleash their Aztec pride, celebrating tradition and flaunting school spirit. Events include a game night, a talent show, and a 5K fun run. Grab your tickets, gear up, and get your game face on--it’s time to Ignite the Night, Aztecs!
Discussing Race in the U.S.
Lee Mun Wah, an internationally renowned Chinese American documentary filmmaker, author, poet, Asian folkteller, and educator, will talk about his documentaries and his life experiences on Nov. 12 at 5:30 in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union Theatre. Creator of the documentaries, "The Color of Fear" and "If These Halls Could Talk", he will speak and lead discussion on cross-cultural communication and awareness. Check out a recent TEDx Talk he gave and join us for the One SDSU Community presentation.
Say Hello to BIK
From the drawing board right into the middle of campus: get ready for “BIK,” the Be International Kiosk! The newest, smallest and most maneuverable "building" at SDSU is equipped with information you need to begin your international journey. Whether you want to ask your most burning questions about studying abroad or get in touch with international students here in San Diego, start looking for BIK outside of the Aztec Student Union, near Centennial Walkway. Follow Be International on Facebook and Instagram for details and the latest updates on BIK’s location!
It’s the age-old conundrum of career planning: You need experience to land a job, and you need a job to gain experience. Getting an internship is a no-brainer way to solve that little brainteaser, but it’s not always an easy pursuit. Career Services is here to help with workshops throughout November (PDF) dedicated to helping you find an internship, rock your internship, and use the internship as a career building experience.
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Artistic Endeavors Abound
Searching for artistic inspiration on campus? Perhaps adding a little opera to your life will be your creative spark. The SDSU Lyric Opera Theatre will be presenting Amelia Goes to the Ball November 14-16, in Smith Recital Hall. Tickets to this opera, composed by Gian Carlo Menotti, are only $15 for SDSU students and $20 for general admission seats. If opera isn’t your scene, find a wealth of other performances on the School of Music and Dance’s event calendar.