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Leadership Starts Here
The grand prize for the SDSU Month Video Contest is a trip for two to the University of Washington football game.
A young woman directs actors during filming.
Women Hit the Celluloid Ceiling
The Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film finds little progress for women working in film.
Rachael Bailey, a political science senior, aspires to practice law and represent the interests of the hearing impaired.
The Campaign Hits $300 Million
Gifts from nearly 34,000 donors take SDSU closer to its $500 million campaign goal.
screen grab of Kirsten Muolic video
Students Top National Video Competition
Two marketing students were awarded first and second place in the national "LearnSmart and Win!" contest.
Tim Shelton, from his video, Aztec Motto
Aztec Motto
A student-produced music video featuring Tim Shelton and The Show has drawn thousands of viewers and fans.
Jerry Goldsberry and Edward Millican
Varsity Sport of the Mind
Decades Ago at San Diego State: looking back at the school's role in the academic GE College Bowl in 1964.
Rich Pickett
SDSU CIO Featured in IMAX Film
Rich Pickett is one of several emergency responders portrayed in "Rescue," a documentary on humanitarian and military disaster response.
An archive photo taken during the taping of the student parody film, "Beau Geste."
Pioneers of Student Film
Decades Ago at San Diego State: looking back at a student film parody of "Beau Geste."
Destin Daniel Cretton
Film Grad Heads to Sundance
Destin Daniel Cretton's latest movie will premiere at the independent film festival in 2012.
An image from "A Clear Shot at the Door," an experimental film by Josh Krohn.
Student Filmmakers Sparkle at State Festival
Two graduate students in the School of Theatre, Television and Film were honored at the CSU Media Arts Festival.
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