Friday, February 24, 2017

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Jim Sinegal volunteers on The Campanile Foundation Board and the Fowler College of Business Advisory Board.
How Jim Sinegal Revolutionized Retail
Veteran NASA astronaut Ellen Ochoa earned a bachelor
Ellen Ochoa Selected to U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame
Quinn Owen was hired by ABC News to assist with their coverage of the presidential inauguration last month. (Credit: Quinn Owen)
Quinn Owen’s Aztec Experience
SDSU student Shelah Ott said being involved on campus has changed her life the most during her time at SDSU. (Credit: Shelah Ott)
Shelah Ott’s Aztec Experience
SDSU Director of Athletic Bands Bryan Ransom poses in front of NRG Stadium prior to Super Bowl LI. (Credit: Bryan Ransom)
SDSU Faculty Contribute Talents to Super Bowl LI
Betty and Glen Broom enjoyed long and distinguished careers at SDSU before retiring more than a decade ago. (Photo: David Friend)
SDSU’s Power Couple
The 2016-2017 Class of Senate Fellows congregate at the California State Capitol. (Photo Credit: Tyler Aguilar)
Three Aztecs Participate in Capital Fellowships
Gabriel Gehr, a second-year liberal studies major at SDSU, hopes to participate in the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. (Credit: Gabriel Gehr)
One Stroke, One Lap, One Day at a Time
Five women with connections to SDSU will be inducted into the San Diego County Women’s Hall of Fame. (Photo: Lauren Radack)
SDSU Figures Prominently in Women’s Hall of Fame
Joey Lucero received the 2016 Shuford C. Swift Most Outstanding First-Year Award for his contributions to SDSU as a first-year student. (Credit: Joey Lucero)
Joey Lucero’s Aztec Experience
Tom Schmedake (’85) continues to support the university as an SDSU Alumni lifetime member.
A Few Feet from the Famous
Kaye Sweetser (left) worked alongside former PAO students Jon Yoshishige (center) and Lt. Cmdr. Matt Knight at the Pearl Harbor commemoration in December.
Sharing Success with Former Students