“I had a little bit of a culture shock,” Polk said. “I knew I would I would miss my friends and some of those bonds would be broken.”
“It was a chance for me to get away from being at home in a pretty bad area back in Los Angeles,” Sarabia said.
Professor William Snavely believes leadership is all about decision-making. Simply put, good leaders make mindful choices and poor leaders make mindless choices.
Robin Judd’s vision utilizes her expertise in the industry
The waterfall at the bottom of the mountain is an oasis for hikers in the midst of the hot dry hills. Here, hikers can cliff jump, rope swing and swim freely in a refreshing pool of water.
The moment before registering for classes can evoke a variety of emotions among students.
Spring doesn’t officially begin until Tuesday, but love is already in the air for active military bachelors who participated in the first annual “A Few Good Men” Bachelor Auction at Pacific Beach Shore Club.
San Diego State student Josh Delgado and his brother Jacob have done something extraordinarily unconventional.
San Diego State freshman, Rebecca Romero, anticipated the start of a new chapter in her life: college.
A need for speed combined with powerful ingenuity is quickly accelerating at San Diego State.
In a country of more than 300 million people dispersed throughout 50 geographically and culturally diverse states, one might think the political landscape would be just as diverse.
It is no secret San Diego is often considered a paradise. However, for thousands of Somali refugees, San Diego is literally a paradisiacal escape.