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"san diego state university" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"And Richards, now that the San Diego, city council has voted in favor of San Diego State University and the Mission Valley Project. What is the next move for San Diego. State University we'll tell you get into wait. Six on extra thirteen sixty Fox sports SAN DIEGO AND FM one zero three. So herm, Edwards, who been a long time coach player, if I have my chronology, correct harm was a teenager in the sixties. You might have read about the sixties for some youngins out there those of us that were born in the seventies or even later you might have read about some of the civil rights movement of the sixties here in this country. Maybe that stands out to you. He would've been a player in the seventies and into the eighties he would have been a coach broadcaster a teacher from the mid eighties late eighties up until where we are today and I will ask this question of Herm Edwards. Because is famous for many lines. He's got a lot of great hermit `SMS officially referred as. One, of them is nothing good happens after midnight. Another one is don't hit send. Her has been here and he's been elsewhere preaching in the world of social media. Don't hit Sandton. I wonder though if he wants his players now to hit, send and what he wants his players, and what he thinks, players themselves how it is that they should be speaking and how they should be interacting and what it is that they should be doing given the events of the last couple of days, and we've seen some college coaches. We've heard from some professional coaches as well. We've heard from players. We heard from former players. Turn broadcaster. You've probably seen a lot of emotional clips from people today Monday the traditional started the week when people are back in studios or back and doing the shows that populate Monday through Friday broadcasts just like this. People now after a week and of absorbing all of that are speaking in the cameras and the microphones and coming on shows like this, and they are talking about up and I..
SDSU suspends study abroad in Italy amid coronavirus concerns
"San Diego State University suspended its spring study abroad program in Italy calling for the return of its students currently studying in the country coronavirus concerns the decision follows the state department and CDC issuing an elevated level three travel advisory
Second Fraternity Related Death in the Last Week
"Two it's the second fraternity related deaths in the past week the fourth college campus death in the past month that's led to fraternity suspensions are crackdowns at frat parties can you guess reports from Washington State University researchers say nearly two thousand college students die each year from alcohol related injuries that includes car crashes fraternities connecting the dots have now also occurred in San Diego New York and Pennsylvania prompting a crackdown by school officials they believe police are still investigating what happened at the alpha tau omega house of the Washington State University campus where they received an emergency call early Tuesday morning medics arrived to find nineteen year old fraternity member Sam Martinez unresponsive police say a preliminary investigation indicated that his death could be alcohol related it sounds to me that there's a cultural problem there is a cultural problem professor Hank newer has studied fraternity drinking trends for decades when the deaths occur it's often because of the not only I want to drink with the members they want to out drink them to ship it to show off Martinez's death comes days after fourteen fraternities were suspended at San Diego State University that followed the death of nineteen year old freshman Dylan Hernandez who fell out of his bunk bed in his dorm room and hit his head late last week several students say Hernandez had been drinking heavily at a fraternity party in October Penn state suspended the chi chi fraternity as it investigates the death of a seventeen year old who is at an off campus house allegedly occupied by frat member's Jamie you cuss
Fraternity and drinking culture questioned after 4 student deaths in 1 month
"There there is a fraternity crisis on college campuses in the wake of student deaths on Sunday at San Diego State University student died after attending a fraternity event on Monday a male student was found dead at Arizona State University is Greek leadership village and now a nineteen year old male student has been found dead in a Washington state university fraternity Pullman Washington police commander Jake opt north fraternity members were providing CPR but they were unable to save the young man when medics got there they determined that the mail was deceased he says it's believed in that case alcohol was
San Diego State University suspends fraternities after student dies
"Morning San Diego State University suspending fourteen campus fraternities after a student was hospitalized last week and died here's NBC's Steve Patterson the nineteen year old college freshman was rushed to a hospital the day after attending a Phi gamma delta fraternity event Wednesday night investigators say the student fell from his bed and hit his head the university president said police have discovered the fraternity was involved in possible misconduct again all fourteen fraternities on the campus of San Diego state are suspended
Possible fraternity "misconduct" eyed after SDSU freshman's death
"A nineteen year old San Diego State University freshman has died five days after he was involved in some sort of activity at a fraternity the required medical attention the following morning details of the event have not been disclosed aside from a letter sent to students and faculty over the weekend and it's the S. T. S. U. president said that police had covered information that allege the fraternity was involved in possible misconduct as a result all fraternity events at the school have been
Mickelson has best 1st round at Masters since '10
"Casca? It is a who's who? It's up the leaderboard after round one of the masters in Augusta Georgia Russian into Shambo and Brooks TEPCO shares the league at six under par. Good evening. Phil Mickelson right there. Just one shot off ladies at minus five Dustin Johnson at minus four Tiger Woods at an up and down day finished the day at two hundred par. So he's just four shots off lead. Other notables local golfers. Charley Hoffman power high school finished his day, minus one just five shots back. Save your shop Aleve scrips ranch. High school and San Diego State university is one over par round two tomorrow.
"san diego state university" Discussed on KOMO
"I'm Tom hutler with another edition of the show this morning in our first guest. This morning is Vince viola who is a an athletic trainer involved with IRA and also at archbishop Thomas Murphy high school as it athletic trainer, and we want to welcome to the show today. Let's talk a little bit about this being March in athletic training month. In addition to the month were all the Irish out. Let's talk about how you got involved with this. Yeah. You know, I went to community college. From my first two years of college. And it was kind of just something I was interested in you know, I wanted to be in sports. I want to be in healthcare wanted to help people. And you know, I combine the two or three items, and you know, there you go you have athletic training. So, you know, it's just a it's a really gratifying experience to be enough. Other trainer. You know, you're helping people on the daily, but you also get to you know, the best seat in the house on the sports game as well. Vince, you know, tar listeners because it's important to know ethic training has changed quite a bit over the last several years, and you're celebrating a great month. And you guys provide a great service not only to I R G, but more importantly to the kids and the kids family instruct instructions training and guiding them through these injuries, but you have a significant education with a lot of hours of experience on the field taking care of athletes. Yeah. Absolutely. You know, and I think it's important to get that education as well. I did my undergrad for four years down San Diego State university. And then I went and got a masters degree at a small school called Merrimack about thirty five minutes north of Boston. But a lot of the programs now are doing this three plus two or you know, you do three three years of, you know, kind of your your GE types. Classes, and then you take the two extra more specialized classes to get a masters degree. So again, they're they're kind of heightening the education that you need now. And it's important to have master's degree because that's kind of the baseline that they're looking for now. Athletic trainers, play such a role in just about every sport. You see them coming out on the field during a football game. Behind the scenes, obviously, there's a lot going on. And you kind of. Have to try to serve two masters. You've got a coaching staff who wants to play out on the field. You've got concerned and responsibilities to player and his family to make sure you're doing the best thing for them. Has that been a factor for you yet in the time you've been doing this comes up every day? Really? You know, you get the pressure from the coaches like say his best players out. You know, obviously some pressure for you to put them back in the game. But the end of the day, you gotta stay focused and remember what you learned and what you went to school for. And I think that helps you know, I'd rather sit a player out for one or two games than you know, try and push them back to early. And now, they're missing, you know, senior season in worst case scenario. So again, I think it's just important to stay focused and just stay true to yourself. And remember what you went to school for Vince out. What is one of your best experiences or what do you enjoy most about your job as an athletic trainer? I mean, I look at you. And I watched on the field with the kids and the athletes. I mean, you're engaging. You're communicating you're actually coaching instructing. And like Tom said, you're bridging this gap between wanting to play and not maybe ready to play. Yeah. I think I've had a lot of great experiences. I think overall it's very gratifying to see these players get injured, and then you help. We have them back to the field. So I've had a couple of ACL injuries, for example. And you know, you take them through that process. You rehab him. It might take a lot of time and it might be frustrating. But at the end of the day when they get back on the field, and they're able to play again, that's really gratifying. What's the biggest change you've seen? We've only got a few seconds left. What's the biggest change you've seen over the last three or four five years with regard to training in the technology available? I think the technology definitely advances a lot. But again, I think that education is really important. They're really hammering that, you know, everyone has this master's degree and has a high level of education because it is a very specialized. It is a very specialized job. And I think it's important to have that education. And at the end of the day be good at your job and confident in the things you do. Thanks very much for sharing some of your expertise with us. I or jeez. Excellence team of care athletic, trainers, physical, therapists, certified and therapist, registered.
Social media linked to spike in mental health disorders in teens
"They say social media is linked to a rise in mental health disorders in teenagers or young adults. Born after one thousand nine hundred five are experiencing more and more mental health issues. And they think it's because the social media now when you guys hear that you're like, okay, I've heard this. It's been beaten to death. All right, people on social media. They get depressed. Okay. What are you guys on social media? Are you guys on Facebook Twitter? Instagram. Certain. Red. It's. Certain sites. Rica comment on stuff, that's social media, social media. About Facebook Twitter. You guys are dating apps. You guys communicate with others through the internet. The kind of all counts. And do you notice? And it's okay to admit this that if you post something on the internet or on social media, or whatever and you get some likes. Are you get some attention? You feel good. Picture posted a picture. My lunch. They like the way my lunch looks the. Yeah. You feel a little good. People are noticing. If people are thinking about you mean, they don't some people just like like like a move on. Don't give it a second thought. But that's not what you think you think that oh, you know, they're really into their fan of yours. He felt like you have a fan. It's really it's really euphemistic, you know, where you feel like, you know, people really care about what you say or do. They don't think that because they like something on social media. Have you ever felt bad because you posted something and crickets, just nothing? Well. You're a little tougher because you're a grown up in your lack of social media stupid. I'm not gonna let a post that failed. You know, I'll go ahead and live about my day. It'd be fine. But not for these young adults because this is the world they're in. If they post something of social media, and it doesn't get likes. It's a bad day for some. This is the world there, and they don't know our world. Our world was if somebody gives you a phone call or if somebody gives you a look or a week. You know, you're like, I still got it. I'm good. They don't have. That's not their world. If somebody doesn't notice your social media post. It's it's it's a big deal. So the research published in the American psychological association found sharp increases in the number of young adults and adolescents who reported experiencing negative psychological symptoms, specifically those born in one thousand nine hundred or later. The greatest spike happened around two thousand eleven and that's when social media exploded. I mean, I got on Facebook two thousand nine with radio. But it really got big really big, you know, about a year or two later medical standpoint. I think it's because the lack of sleep. You know, our phones absorbs and then my phone will light up the whole room when somebody comments on my post. So my phone is always just somebody just commented on your Facebook post. So I'm starting to post less at night. So my phone does a blow up and wake me up. But your body picks up on that. And so you're not getting good sleep. Plus, it's hard to fall asleep. If you're on social media or on your phone before you go to bed. So. Older adults. They haven't seen such a rise in psychological symptoms. Symptoms, but they found an increase of major depression, suicidal, thoughts, psychological, distress and more attempted suicides after two thousand ten versus the mid-2000s. They see that increase was by far the largest in adolescence and young adults. These trends are weak or non-existent among adults twenty six years old and over suggested a generational shift in mood disorders instead of an overall increase across all ages. Why are young kids thinking about suicide? Well, is it because people on YouTube are teaching them? How to do it is because people on social media are telling them go coach yourself. G k y if you see a g k y on any of your kids phones. Somebody that you'd better call that other kids, mama. You better bring the rain that kid is on your kid to go kill themselves. And you're kidding me lesson. Dr twinge, gene twinge the author of the book, I gen and professor of psychology at San Diego State university. Analyze data from the national survey of drug use and health, which is a nationally Representative survey that looked at drug alcohol use mental health of health related issues. And it looked at a survey from two hundred thousand adults or adolescents aged twelve to seventeen little babies from two thousand five to two thousand seventeen and almost four thousand adults from eighteen over the age of two thousand eight and two thousand seventeen. Now, they didn't ask about specific diagnoses for depression, or bipolar, etc. But that's experience depressive symptoms and the rate of individuals reporting symptoms, like major depression in the past twelve months jumped. By fifty two percent. Adolescence and sixty three percent and young adults. Seventy one percent increase in yoga dolts experiencing serious, psychological distress. They say the radio on the dental suicidal thoughts or other suicide related outcomes increases staggering forty seven percent from two thousand eight two thousand seventeen. One reason for that increase could be the digital media use. They think it has a bigger impact on teens and young adults than older adults. And you know, a big question we have also is. I mean, are we Bruin a generation of weenies? Our kids
CBS, Murder And Jose Bautista discussed on First Light
"CBS news see likely never looked like the women on the boxes of makeup and hair color. CVS wants you to know they don't all look like that in real life. The drugstore chain is marking photos of models in the beauty. I'll to let you know when they've been digitally altered. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news. Alleged sibling murder. I'm sippy Burkey. That's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty a twenty seven year old woman allegedly attacked by her younger brother during a family fight last week has died of her injuries. And he scheduled to face a murder charge today. Officers were called to a medical emergency Escondido last Friday at one AM and found Laura about Teesta a mother of three in critical condition. Her brother Jose Bautista is being held without bail. A ninth grader at Sweetwater high school was taken into custody yesterday after another student noticed he had a pellet gun school officials heightened security on the campus. Well with authorities investigated San Diego State university officials
"san diego state university" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I heard a story that and God love victim break. He's one of my favorite guys in the world. But when he first started, I it was I think a story he told me where he would go on the air, and he was just getting started. So he's just getting his feet wet, and he did a sports report. And you right after he was done. He said it you said, hey, hey, Bob. I gotta be honest with you your voices at two now. I don't know. It makes for great probably the nicest people you'll ever meet as there's another guy out. We're going to actually I didn't want me to talk for another person actually while the broadcast legends. It's art LeBow. Oh at the pioneer broadcaster. Everybody wears one of those rocket on caps show up with an RCA forty four microphone from nineteen forty three. Picture of Bing Crosby and you get in. Hey, can you stay with us? You know, what you gotta go that Amway. All right. You have to go, right? Let me just put it this way. And anyone listening understands this? It's really not about the money. Okay. Hey, okay. Let me tell you this story real quick. And you got to go. But when I was in college, I went to college at San Diego State university and those before the internet and kiss FM wasn't powerful enough to to come into San Diego during the day. So three days a week. My classes started late out get in the car get down and get a coffee and drive to Dana point where I could sit on the bluff and kiss FM would come in. And I've listened for three or four hours and.
Kid Phone Usage: Screen Time Changes Structure of Kids’ Brains, ‘60 Minutes’ Says
"If you have kids in wonder if all that time they spend on their smartphones endlessly scrolling snapping and texting is affecting their brains. You might wanna put down your own phone and pay attention. The federal government through the national institutes of health has launched the most ambitious study of adolescent, brain development, ever attempted in part. Scientists are trying to understand what no one currently does how all that screen time impacts the physical structure of your kids brains as well as their emotional development and mental health. Let me know when you're ready twenty one sites across the country. Scientists have begun interviewing nine and ten year olds and scanning their brains. They'll follow more than eleven thousand kids for a decade and spend three hundred million dollars doing it. It's quite an investment. Doctor guy Dowling of the national institutes of health gave us a glimpse of what they've learned. So far, the focus only I started talking about doing this study was tobacco marijuana all drugs. The screen time component really came into play. Because we were wondering what is the impact? I mean, clearly kids spend so much time on screens the first wave of data from brain scans of forty five hundred participants is in and it has Donald Dowling of the NIH and other scientists intrigued here, you can see that there are differences in the patterns, the Moro is found significant differences in the brains of some kids who use smartphones, tablets and video games. More than seven hours a day. What we can say is that this is what the brains look like of kids who spent a lot of time on screens, and it's not just one pattern. That's hassen. It's very fascinating the color show differences in the nine and ten year olds brains. The red color represents premature thinning of the cortex. That's the wrinkly outermost layer of the brain that processes information from the five senses. What is a thinning of the cortex? Mean? That's typically thought to be a maturation process. What we would expect to see later is happening a little bit earlier should parents be concerned by that. We don't know if it's being caused by the screen time. We don't know yet. If it's a bad thing, it won't be until we follow them over time that we will see if there are outcomes that are associated with the the differences that we're seeing in this single snapshot, the interviews and data from the NIH study have already revealed something else kids who spend more than two hours a day. A on screens got lower scores on thinking and language tests. When the study is complete is a possible that a researcher will be able to say whether or not screen time is actually addictive we hope so we'll be able to see not only how much time are they spending how they perceive it impacting them. But also, what are some of the outcomes and that will get at the question of whether there's a dictionary not win. Will you have the answers that you're searching for some questions will be able to answer in a few years. But some of the really interesting questions about these long term outcomes, we're going to have to wait a while because they need to happen that delay leaves researchers who studied technology's impact on very small children anxious in many ways, the concern that investigators like I have is that we're sort of in the midst of a natural kind of uncontrolled experiment on the next generation of children. Doctor Dimitri Christoph is at Seattle Children's hospital was the lead author of the American Academy of pedia. Deatrich most recent guidelines for screen time. They now recommend parents avoid digital media use except video chatting in children younger than eighteen to twenty four months. So what we do know about babies playing with ipads, is that they don't transfer what they learn from the ipad to the real world, which is to say that if you give a child an app where they play with virtual Legos, virtual blocks and stack them and then put real blocks in front of them. They start all over if they try to do it in real life. It's as if they've never done it before it, also, it's not transferable. Don't transfer the knowledge from two dimensions to three don't you? Kristina kiss is one of the few scientists who've already done experiments on the influence screens have on children under the age of two. It's a critical period for human brain development. If you're concerned about your teenager being addicted to their iphone your infant is much more vulnerable and using the exact. Same device your infant is more vulnerable. Because why because the experience of making something happen is so much more gratifying to them. In a small pilot study the doctor cosstalk has conducted on fifteen children. Researchers gave toddlers three toys first of plastic ATar than an ipad that played musical notes. And finally an ipad with an app that rewarded the kids with lights colors and sound. So it a very specific time of the research. Assistant will ask the child to give what they're playing with back to give it to the resources to research assistant. Sixty six percent of the time with their traditional toy the child will do just that with the ipad that simulates that they give it back almost with the same frequency. But with the ipad app that when they push on it, it does all kinds of things they're much less likely to give it back with a more interactive. I've had app the percentage of kids willing to hand it back to the researcher dropped from sixty percent to forty five percent. It's that much more engaging. It's that much more engaging. And that's what we find in the laboratory. It's engaging by design Tristan Harris told us in a story we reported more than a year ago. There's a whole playbook of techniques that get used to get using the product for as long as possible. Harris is a former Google manager. Who is one of the first Silicon Valley insiders to publicly acknowledge that phones and apps are being designed to capture and keep kids attention. This is about the war for attention, and where that's taking society, and we're that's taking technology which wanting for adults four kids. This is a whole other thing. That's where this gets particularly sensitive is developmentally. Do we want this war for attention to be affecting our children? Do you think parents understand the complexities of what their kids are dealing with? No. And I think this is really important because there's a narrative that all I guess they're just doing this like we used to gossip on the phone. But what this MRs is that your telephone in the nineteen seventies didn't have a thousand engineers and the other side of the telephone who are redesigning it to work with other telephones. And then updating the way your telephone work every day to be more and more persuasive until recently, it was impossible to see what happens inside a young. Brain when a person is focused on a mobile device. But now scientists at the university of California San Diego have hacked that problem. How often do you have people come in? Marois? So as often as we possibly can Dr Karen bag is an investigator on that three hundred million dollar NIH study her team is scanning teenagers brains as they follow Instagram. The most popular social media app when we met eighteen year old Roxy ship. She was about to participate in Dr baggage study how much time do you actually spend on screens a check my phone, Freddie regularly. I'd say what's pretty regularly every at least ten to twenty minutes is a conservative estimate. She can't take her phone into the MRI because of the powerful magnets in the machine. So a mirror has been placed above her face to allow her to look across the room at a movie screen displaying images from her Instagram account this way, Dr Baghdad can see exactly which parts of the brain's reward system are most active while using social media. So you could actually see a part of the brain light up when you're feeling good. Yes. From the scanner in the Skinner based on her data and the results from other studies. Dr baggage is among scientists who believe screen time stimulates the release of the brain chemical dopamine, which has a pivotal role in cravings and desire. So you're more likely to act impulsively. And use social media compulsively. Instead of like checking yourself you wanna keep on it to keep getting the good feelings. Teenagers. Now spend on average four and a half hours a day on their phones all that time has resulted in a fundamental shift in how a generation of American kids acts and thinks when smartphones went from being something only a few people had something the majority of people had it had this really big affect on how teens related to each other. Gene twinkie is a psychology professor at San Diego State university. She spent five years combing through four large national surveys of eleven million young people since the nineteen sixties she discovered sudden changes in the behavior and mental health of teens born in one thousand nine hundred five and later generation that she calls I gen- now the first generation to spend their entire adolescence with smartphones. So a lot of them can't remember a time before smartphones existed. There have been generational shifts before in the past. I haven't they're certainly this one's much more sudden and pronounced. Than most of the others. The food was introduced in two thousand and seven smartphones. Gained widespread usage among young people by two thousand and twelve gene. Twenty says she was startled to find that in the four years that followed the percentage of teens who reported drinking. We're having sex fell. But the percentage who said they were lonely or depressed spite it's possible. Other factors may have played a role. But twenty says she wasn't able to identify any that correlated as closely as the growing popularity of the smartphone and social media. It's not just the loneliness and depression from these surveys. It's also that ER visits for self harm like cutting have tripled online girls aged ten to fourteen what our teams doing on their phones that that could be connected to depression. It could be anything. There's there's kind of two different schools of thought on this said, it's the specific things that teams are doing on their phones. That's the problem or it could be just the sheer amount of time. Mm that they're spending on their phones. That's the problem. Finding definitive answers about social media's influence on mental health can be a frustrating. Exercise. Eighty one percent of teens in a new national survey by the Pew Research Center said they feel more connected to their friends and associated social media use with feeling included. But in a month long experiment at the university of Pennsylvania college
"san diego state university" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"San Diego State university's been awarded has been awarded a grant from the national institutes of health awarded worth near nearly twenty. Million bucks? University says the money will be used to build a center for medical research on health issues in San Diego and imperial counties construction of the center scheduled to be done by the end of next year. The grant is the second largest school has ever been given the FDIC says the number of people in the US who do not have a Bank account fell to a record low last year about six and a half percent of households in the country are unbagged that works out to about fourteen point one million people White House national security adviser, John Bolton has met with Russia's president in Moscow to talk about President Trump's attention to pull out of a nuclear arms deal. The treaty was signed in one thousand eight thousand seven and is credited with helping end the Cold War. The US though accuses Russia of violating the treaty something. Russia denies. ABC's Patrick rivals has Russia's opposed to the US abandoning the plan without something to replace it Russian President Putin told Bolton yesterday, he's open to meet with President Trump when the tour in Paris next month. Put Putin took some jabs at the US meeting with Bolton poked fun at the official seal of the US, which has an eagle holding thirteen arrows in one talent an olive branch with thirteen olives in the other Putin jokingly asked has your eagle picked all the olives and only has EROs left. Health and Human Services Secretary. Alexander says drug overdoses in the US are starting to level off during a healthcare event in DC as our said the country, maybe at the beginning of the end of the opioid epidemic as our says anti overdose medications and opioid addiction treatments have saved lives. But he says the epidemic is still far from over CDC says last year more than seventy thousand people died from overdoses and exploding toilet tanks. Led to a massive flushing system. Recall. Consumer Product Safety Commission says flush mate pressure, assisted flushing systems, can burst and shatter the tank. Nearly two dozen injuries have been reported people who have the systems have been stopped using them. Turn off the water and flush the toilet to release any internal pressure. Flush mate says it will pay for a technician to install a replacement.
Meningococcal disease outbreak on San Diego State University
"Another San Diego State university students been diagnosed with meningitis this marks the third case in the last few months news, eight Monique. Griego was on campus with details on the outbreak and advice for students. So the third time in three months of San Diego State university students has been diagnosed with the bacterial form of meningitis type b which is considered the most dangerous kind. These illnesses are often severe and can be deadly SDS. You leaders say the two most. Cases developed in students who lived on campus. The third happened back in June. We're told that student lived off campus and was not attending classes at the
"san diego state university" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Allegedly. Sexually assaulted for female San Diego State. University students is going to prison Mendez Shilowa was sentenced to two years in prison yesterday was told to stay away from the victims and the university for ten years a one hundred thousand dollar. Cello is back with its rightful owner. After being stolen from a hotel room officials say the one. Of a kind shallow was stolen from town and country hotel room in mission valley last week the owner a famous. Musician named John wall. Says the instrument. Was found downtown by fellow musician, Friday, night and then was returned yesterday. And here's Bill Holland with his market update talks open higher the Turkey roast is not. Over but it's old news now hang on a pair of big Dow talks. In the lead up a. Dollar sixty eight and the treasury steady. President Trump signs the first real US military. You pray raisin. Ten? Years Home Depot went over. To Sent a blowout quarter. Guidance McDonald's to spend six billion modernizing news restaurants now video hire on new graphics chips and Amazon is close to. Joining. Apple and that trillion dollar club the holiday. I'm seventy sixty we currently have cloudy skies and it is seventy two degrees at. Lindbergh field and in sports the Padres lost to the angels six to three in ten innings news brought to, you by Zerorez carpet surface and upholstery cleaner get three rooms of carpet cleaned for one hundred twenty. Nine dollars, and a, fourth room clean for free at Zerorez, carpet service and upholstery cleaner summer sale extended, through this, week visit zero sandiego dot. Com AM seven sixty talk and breaking news more Armstrong and. Getty next will we be alma, Rosa free or alma Rosa heavy my guess is I'm Orosa heavy plus the latest from the struck fallout the Manafort trial and everything else that sounds good it's the Brent literal show. Today starting at three AM seven sixty and breaking news A number of A host of pressed on Rosa pretty pretty good on. Her a.
"san diego state university" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"san diego state university" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Live high live you can find exclusively on YouTube America This fucking role that great with highlights Okay L.. New EMMY award winning van Ron burgundy What That's all you'll. Get we're starting to show being Miami hanging out. Here. Hello Burgundy at the news makers super shelter. To the week combined little scotch, a little cannabis and a bitch bitching guests this guy MG first of all. Born in Sacramento and obviously wanted to get the hell out of that city so we came on down to dutiful son where he got a pitching degree like a, magnum super magnum Kumla day or some kind of from San Diego State. University incredible God got. Into politics number of of the association's and and. Helping Get on the ballot and then people get elected and stuff like, that I'm just saying he's a VIP and. He's also heading up the professional, cannabis association I believe is the name of the group or the association of. Cannabis professionals but he's here to straighten let me bring you a young man because that's his last name dalit I've never even heard that name before Dowden Yang thank, you for coming onto the program whether it's the pleasure of mine too We'll. Be right back to look at me, let's have some awkward moments on camera Okay now tell? Me why is? It so important to get these professionals together. In the cannabis industry what's going on I think it's very important so that, we can show that we are professional I think that's, a big part of what we need to do these days especially since. Prop sixty four passed in two thousand sixteen we really to show that we are an industry that were legitimate, business owners were not just your stereotypical donor types? As you will and what type of businesses? When you say that? What, what we encompassing are they, labs, are dispensaries. Are they just some. Guy walking the streets. What is it generally no there's we have store owners retail retail. Operators we have cultivators. Manufacturers we have insurance providers we have on makers? And we literally everything in between as well it's quite an industry isn't it? Quite looking at the state of California do you think. Generating tax wise or just being spent, at somebody's shops backing and there was a joke back in two thousand fifteen when I. Got started in association camps they were throwing out, all of these different number six billion dollars twenty six billion. Dollars. I think we're, still we're still going to see but the tax is going to be very? Substantial on that You, know a big benefit of what we're trying to do you think they screwed it up. By putting laws so many laws stacked up for, the the flower to get to the list if you will Yes yes and I. Think too many Yeah I'd say. So? It, is very. Restrictive right now right very very restrictive I think over, the, years, we'll see some of that loosening well let's go? With what are? The, good. Things implementing what is pure Good ones. I would say being able to know that you're getting, this, much, this much THC right they're written on your dooby if you will Yeah absolutely the testing aspect of, it is very very important to know that it's safe who want know that had mold mildew pesticides so. On and so forth in our. Product I think the difficulty of getting it to retail and just the whole supply chain and just the difficulties there are. A lot of BS I understand that we are coming out of the black market and the people are a little, hesitant skittish about this industry but that doesn't mean that we need to go so far and, make to regulate and it's. Hard for people awfully which is what we're currently operating until you if it's green, stinky? With little red hairs foot but it's usually Let's see. Let's read this Nightmare what were. Those every. Time you heard Color I live alone and rarely have. Visitors so when I slipped and fell in the kitchen last month and couldn't get to a, phone I knew I was in trouble I could barely move I tried calling for help but no one could hear me. As I lay there I couldn't help but think of my kids and grandkids having to go on without. Me I was terrified it took eight hours from my. Neighbor to find me it could have been..
"san diego state university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Her down and is wide five feet to about one hundred forty pounds with blond hair green eyes and tattoo on her left leg to san diego police officers are expected to recover after being shot by a man who was later found dead following the standoff police say it happened late last night as officers were responding to reports of a disturbance at a condo near san diego state university they forced the door open after smelling smoke and they were met by gunfire two of the officers on scene return that fire one of the wounded officers is in serious but stable condition and the other listed in stable condition a swat team robot finally went into the condo where they were the robot found the suspect dead it's not yet clear whether he died from police gunfire or took his own life the san diego union tribune reports the man was wearing body armor ten year old boy from lancaster who died of severe head injuries reportedly had a case history of child abuse allegations the la times says despite the history the boy was never removed from the home officials from the boys school called authorities at least sixteen times since two thousand thirteen to report child abuse in the family home they made allegations against several family members even the boy's mother and her boyfriend neither his mother nor her boyfriend has been charged with a crime related to the boy's death los angeles is holding another sick libya right now it's almost over four miles of van nuys boulevard closed at this hour two cars and trucks so walkers and bike riders have a chance to kind of spread out and be safe romell pascoal is sick levinas executive director this has gone on every year for many years here in the la area in different spots it tells knx on in this spot there are three hubs that have been set up along the route between roscoe and san fernando road are places where we have rock climbing walls we've got food traffic information merchandise sponsor giveaway so it's a place where you can have a pitstop in enjoy the activity it's not a race so you can start and stop as you please you're gonna join the neighborhood at your own pace it does run for about another fifty minutes or so but hopefully getting there won't be a problem but there is a problem on the ten west at robertson where we have a multi car crash causing problems for traffic will get all of the latest on traffic coming up for.
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"Twenty sports x michelle we're going to do a lot of panish predictions we're going to get some takes from you on this tournament but there is a story out of california and brian of course wellversed in the california law but san diego state traveling to the state of kansas let everybody know on this story okay let me just say that this is something that the more you research the more research is needed as far as i'm concerned because i'm looking at the san diego tribune and the article says san diego state university's ncaa trip is in kansas banned by california law aw for state funded travel and the article goes on to say it's written by mark ziegler goes on to say how assembly bill number eighteen eighty seven california law enacted last year prohibits most forms of state funded travel to places with legislation deemed discriminatory particularly against gay bisexual or transgender people so i'll leave it at that kansas is on the list of states the way around that is not paying well that's right and the and the other thing too what i read if you look into this it says mandate you know mandated travel to me is a little bit subjective if the ncaa's if the ncaa's mandating versus actually the school scheduling that game i i also religious freedom as far as kansas is concerned they don't see it as discriminatory so it's a little bit complicated it is a story that's out there ken but it's it's complicated it's not as though they're not going will bryant you made a good point i've traveled with teams before college teams and not only or those tournaments taking care of by the tournaments at least not the smaller ones to see beyond the cit your paying to get in those so you're responsible for your own travel there as well but the ncaa tournament those are paid for and funded by those tournaments and there's even per diem given out to.
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"New class the classes titled trump colon we do what their cohen's impeachment removal or conviction that's the name of course at san diego state university my brother went to san diego state university uh his son my nephew went to san diego state university went we want you as graduation out there last year that's right there offering a class uh san diego state university tell trump impeachment removal or conviction are those the only three options about finishing out to successful terms as president is that another course you're a teaching bringing peace to the world smashing isis islamic terrorism bringing back a freight train of an economy putting america back in uh the place where we belong about how 'bout that any that you've got you've got a course in that i guess not i had i got adam schiff was to get you i'm gonna go to the phones right now adam schiff lists update and there's a there's a funny one on him sucker and sessions and a bunch of stuff let's go to let's go to the telephones right now let's go to officer friendly in washington dc who's been waiting on the other line thanks for hanging in there and uh would prefer to remain anonymous which was their requests that we accommodate on occasion officer friendly welcome how you doing end of showing like all excellent thank you very much question for you is that that college walk off offputting hillary f l vomit prison a civil san diego state offering classes and putting hillary and obama in prison not just yet no of course just just turned eighteen and uh we're gonna go to.
"san diego state university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To muslim this crazy self man the two san diego state university professors geography professors you go to school for geography degree and these professors tell you that farmers markets are white spaces that oppress minorities yes they have classes like geography of food and food justice they say farmers' markets are often white spaces where the food consumption habits of white people are normalised and we can't have that what exactly the food habits of white people you mean americans or you me i've eaten it friends houses that are all different colours area pretty much the same food depending on which now ugo no no no it's the gender fixation process the alternative food initiatives the work against the community activism residents who first mobilized is to begin with these people are nuts and their teaching your kid for tens of thousands of dollars and then they have the buzzfeed peace 37 things white people need to stop ruining in 2018 patrice pack it said that includes any challenge i guess that means internet challenges car styles and even hit pop music in general and she tweets out the amount of white people who currently have hits on i didn't packed blames white people for ruining the ability to identify as filipino and black with links the stories about people who identify as now my races iit's everything's why deals while here's the thing why this is what has gotten so many people to say wait a second what's going on here i thought the point was the treat everybody equally fairly and kindly and that skin color should not matter yet unfortunately there is a segment of the population and seems to be growing that thinks nothing of hating on white people an entire ethnicity of people and if you have a problem with it will that's your white privilege on and used don't understand collier renamed.
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"The deal that's that's the myth so okay we think it if you don't do anything to bring more fruits and vegetables to the inner city you don't care about the poor minority people in your racist but if you bring in a farmer's market to bring in fresh fruit and vegetable then you're really creating a white space that normalizes white food and you don't care about the poor minority in your racist you're racist no matter what this is what people are getting tired of no matter what you do if your skin happens to be pale you recall the racist and people are getting tired of it it's it's just appalling that these are professors these are professors at san diego state university you are paying tens of thousands of dollars a year to send your child to this school and they are being told that they are racist if they like farmers' markets and if you wanna help the inner city to improve its property values your racist because you're making a harder for poor minority people who live there yes what there are black people richer the me there are span of people richer me their age people richer the me what does that have to do with anything i thought the whole point of america was the try to treat everybody based on the continent character and not the color of their skin but every time we try to do that were call the racist for doing it the least important thing about me is that i'm white the least important thing and yet there are people who call themselves progressive who think it's the most important thing they're out there saying if you are this skin color you think this way you eat this way you vote this way you listen to music this way and if you don't then you're not really this skin color and everything bad as white buzzfeed buzzfeed has the story out thirty seven things white people need to stop ruining in 2018 and of course one of them is of is america well could you imagine if you put any other skin color in their 37 things blank people need to stop ruining in 2018 i mean any other skin color except white would not be accepted but that's okay and you can understand why some why people are upset about this.
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"And twitter at the schnitt show let me start with campus reform because you know white people euro horrible i mean you are destroying america that buzzfeed has thirty seven things white people need to stop ruining in 2018 we'll get to that in the second but first you have to california professors san diego state university's geography professors pascal jo sar marcel and fernando j bosco who are saying that farmers' markets are racist for farmers' markets yes yes are the only selling white rice say right there if you're not gonna take it seriously i don't know that i can even talk to you all right and he has that is gonna races because these different greens of rice were coming from china and india and you're selling them as if they're made in america and that's the cultural appropriation of agriculture it's another culture agra thinking about it i thought it was just selling vegetables the peop now i know you think that that's part of the problem 'cause you're white privilege you can't even seen throwing you can see through the kale cal is a kelo callan its tail man though you many that stuff so san diego state university geography professor per skau marcel and fernando jed bosco saint farmers' markets are white spaces their white spaces have you been will former target maybe in that the gender fight areas that you've gone to they've been mainly white i go to farmers margie quite a bit narrower spanich people black people white people asian people by the way what if i go to a farmer's market in the one i happen to go to its ninety percent black people there so what if i go to one and it's ninety percent white people there so what if i don't want this ninety percent hispanic people.
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"The pack in the play thank you thank you for your vehicle kaolin marion iowa mary and i that's a letter from the music that isn't a barrier and will barrier in the librarian that said it iowa i think either this this this this sadly is pretending not to eta's one people the agiza shouted kinda got uh it add that that was one of the big they had this thing that anything can be racist and you you think this issue serious did she seriously one how reckons given blacken names two professors from san diego state university announced now saying that pharma's markets are racist arm because farmers markets all where the food consumption habits of white people on normalized unquote have you ever been to a farmer's market mr snerdley never you you may wonder if uh and it's where the food consumption habits of white people are normalize its net side now now he he thinks it's something no doubt that's where how'd why do you think obama rights likes a rubella right that's like that some like npr normalized pharma market organic thing that seasonal being true to his people like he a rule of that's what these that yes that well exile that's what pascal your side the mass sally and financial though bosco are arguing that farmers' markets are where the food consumption shen habits of white people and normalize so if you've got like a nice neighborhood and and the and it say chocolate neighborhood like new orleans and somebody opens up a white farmer's market that's the sign that your tradition now again in thought this imagine if some guy car started taught because again it presupposes that food is determined by race now you can imagine if some white guy started saying that if he sided say oh yeah you're right i mean yeah they said normalization of white food have it i wondered why so many black people were noise saying they weren't so keen on watermelon anymore he be racist hateley fish but a couple of but a couple guys get mine around fathers markets dole belies aig white food consumption habits and.
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"Was one of the big debt this thing that anything can be racist and you you think do you say she serious this she seriously one hurricanes given black and names two professors from san diego state university and now saying that farmers' markets are racist because of farmers' markets all where the food consumption habits of white people on normalized unquote have you ever been to a farmer's market mr snerdley never you you been afa and it's where the food consumption habits of white people are normalize its net side no no no he he thinks it's something that no doubt that's where how'd why you think obama rights likes a rubella right that's like that's sunlight npr normalized pharma market organic thing that he's not being true to his people like a ruger that's what these that should yes that well exile that's what pascal your side the mass silly and fun nam though bosco arguing that farmers' markets aware the fruit consumption habits of white people a normalised so if you've got like a nice neighborhood and and and eight say chocolate neighborhood like new orleans and somebody opens up a white farmer's market that's the sign that your tradition now again in thought this imagine if some guy shouted taught because again it presupposes that food is determined by race now you can imagine if some white guy started saying that if he sided say oh yeah you're right i mean yeah they said normalization of white food habit i wondered why so many black people were noise saying they weren't so keen on water ellen anymore he be racist hateley fetish but a couple of but a couple of guys script writer out fathers markets normalize aig white food consumption habits and the left takes it seriously suggest remember that now don't go to that pharma's market don't go you'll just come out of that you'll go in there and i can nice black man crew to your culture and you'll come out some feet npr listening i'll ruge eating panzi twit they that's how it stops the white farmer's market aware weather normalizing the food quote the food consumption habits of white people well it mrs eddy want so it's it's by bats the sharecroppers market isn't that signed nub of the slain ads on your new they they they rich black fathers are they act i dunno i didn't even think of farming everything is a race thing now because i still get tv about they said that these.
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"Offend people that north korea's a prison state for crying out loud it says that's awful is terrible horrible fending people as better than people getting killed in also there you go all right so let me see some of the other stuff in the news that we're going to be talking about this morning actually stick to the issues brad okay well we touched on this yesterday of it's still trending students were offered extra credit to determine their level of white privilege what college was the sat was this at san diego san diego state unbelievable san diego state university you can earn so this is the way this is their way of getting kids to take this test you're gonna get extra credit oh good great okay so i could slack over here you get a little extra credit there are a sure wait a minute isn't this mike isn't this racist then because if it's only for white people white privilege well as i pointed out yesterday and i got a little feedback on this from people who agreed a one of the questions that we find here it is uh can a above of people who utters number one are white i can arrange to be in the company of people of my race most of the time that was mike now in in parts of the silicon valley well the bay area at large there are people of mexican heritage that could pretty much to do that all day long yeah i mean not only just there for it let's just let's take this to the school level now at their friends at school but when they go to the rest wrote when they walked by the jobsite the construction site when they go to the grocery store yeah i mean they can be surrounded by people of their race alltime everybody can okay you can do this it parts the silicon valley if your chinese you could be around chinese people all their entire shopping malls in the silicon valley that to cater to chinese so is there is there chinese privilege is their mexican privilege okay let's let's take this to another level you can go to their indy you know people.
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"This is our american stories when we return with howard and joel singer and they both been members of the s parents association san diego state university in california were they give the orientation for incoming freshman parents and again thanks howard and joe for joining us before we get into that advice on my prep she i learned that your daughter after leaving college we'll see took a sort of segue that most kids don't she decided to join the israeli defence forces a talk about that that's fascinating well i think like most fascinating is that uh she was essentially a kid who is down credit to me hidden really even want to go to sleep over to san diego state university found her independen care passion her being responsible for her own goal and upon graduation he said i'm going to israel i'm going to become a citizen and i'm going to serve and if you're the fence quite fair all kind of like wow we were knocked out we just really were shocked that he was gonna make the huge venture and she went three days after graduation are so he boarded a plane from california to new york anna ali off right as they call it citizen if it if it is quite from new york tel aviv he did not beekeeper she did not know no one person nfl and she made her way he's now bilingual in english and hebrew he served admirably in two in educator in a top combat tank unit at the idea and applauded by fellow soldiers who work very proud to think of american league give up that quote unquote right lat life of luxury economies tariff bear country and as she feels her cuntais and i it offense that too we need it to let her go but you need it kit kat cut the cord back had to hear it a little bit and allow her to do what he wanted to do but oecd could we are at the end of that bonn windows costly com and ky home back and young people get home pick a college and.