Student artist strives for musical success as rapper, entrepreneur
Charles M. Inim
By Andrew Osegi
Charles M. Inim considers himself a musician, an artist, a promoter, an MC and an entertainer. Also know as Charlie, CB or Prince Charles, Inim is a Texas State University student realizing his dream as a local, aspiring rapper with no intent of stopping. Continue reading
Posted in Spotlight: Excellence at Texas State, Students
Tagged 203, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Charles Inim, Dallas, DJ, Entrepreneurs, KTSW 89.9 FM, MC, MR Fest, music, Rapper, San Marcos music, Student artist, Texas State University, UT El Paso
RampCorp launches women
By Mary Kincy
Sue Leininger was already the owner of an Austin-based management consulting business when she had the idea for a startup company whose solutions, she thought, would attract a major client in the trade association field.
She was wrong — and a course that has evolved into what is now known as RampCorp, a program of Texas State’s Office of Commercialization and Industry Relations, helped her to see that.
“I realized by the time I finished the year that it wasn’t such a great idea and that I needed to kind of rethink,” Leininger recalls. Continue reading
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Tagged ACTiVATE, Alumni, business, Entrepreneurs, Office of Commercialization and Industry Relations, RampCorp, San Marcos, Sue Leininger, Terry Chase Hazell, Texas State, Texas State University
Business grad makes a splash
with Victoria aquarium business
Jaime Valdivia owns Blue Lagoon Aquariums in Victoria. (Photo: The Victoria Advocate)
As a young entrepreneur, Texas State University grad Jaime Valdivia says business is going along swimmingly.
Valdivia owns Blue Lagoon Aquariums, based in Victoria, Texas. The company, which he started on his own 10 years ago, services about 150 aquariums in local homes and offices. Continue reading