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Good people skills are a sign of effective leadership

Good people skills are a sign of effective leadership

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // November 29, 2020

A survey of U.S. adults by Lead2Feed, the nation’s largest free student leadership program, found that 91% of Americans say that students are more successful...

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Spencer Sundli sells houses by the sea shore.

SDSU student realtor sells his first home

by Devin Whatley, Staff Writer // March 4, 2020

While most San Diego State students are scrambling to secure housing for the next school year, one student is busy selling homes, instead. Business...

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Let’s support black-owned businesses this holiday season

by Trinity Bland, Staff Writer // December 4, 2019

As we approach the peak of the holiday season and people begin buying gifts for loved ones, I find it necessary to address how important it is to support...

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SDSU alumnus Tyson Walters won a bid on the show

Alumus finds success on ‘Shark Tank’ with Shed Defender

by Gian Matteo Sacchetti, Staff Writer // November 7, 2018

When his St. Bernard was leaving a mess everywhere, Tyson Walters, CEO and founder of Shed Defender, never thought the solution to his would bring him...

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Tony Hawk gives advice to student

Tony Hawk gives advice to student

by Danny Dyer, Staff Writer // March 22, 2017

Skateboarding has evolved into a global captivation ever since its rocky birth as an action sport. There was the fabled Z-Boys skate team of Dogtown,...

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Creating businesses from hobbies

Creating businesses from hobbies

by Nicole Badgley, Staff Writer // November 30, 2016

It’s a skill to turn everyday hobbies like necklace making, painting, carving and photography into business ventures. Some entrepreneurs sell their...

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Public speaking club gets business students on right track

Public speaking club gets business students on right track

by Ahtiziri Ayala, Contributor // April 20, 2016

For business students at San Diego State, public speaking is a critical skill. One organization on campus is working to provide opportunities for students...

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Themed learning communities connect freshmen

Themed learning communities connect freshmen

by Ryo Miyauchi, Arts & Lifestyle editor // April 6, 2016

For incoming freshmen who may find it difficult to find a place at San Diego State even while living in on-campus dorms, there’s the option to live in...

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Mountain trail running in the North Cascades

SDSU alumnus runs online sports network that connects travelers across the world

by Alissa Kasawdish, Staff Writer // February 11, 2016

Living in San Diego makes it easy and enjoyable to be active and spend the day outdoors. Sports particularly are a great way to do so and bring people...

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SDSU senior debuts coffee business

SDSU senior debuts coffee business

by Alissa Kasawdish, Staff Writer // February 3, 2016

Journalism and media studies senior Teal Cooper had her first coffee vending machine experience in Florence, Italy — a city full of espresso-lovers....

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Courtesy of Grow Magazine

New digital magazine could help SDSU students with finances

by Kayla Jimenez, Staff Writer // February 1, 2016

Grow is a new digital magazine platform launched by the founders of Acorns, a mobile investment application company, for students interested in financial...

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Letter: Study abroad programs should be optional, not mandatory

January 27, 2016

I am an American student, originally from Iraq. I was born and raised in Baghdad, Iraq until my family and I escaped to Syria, hoping that this would...

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