Browse the Xpress photo gallery of the San Francisco State commencement ceremony at Cox Stadium May 21.
After tuition, books, rent and all the other countless academic expenses, students can be left feeling a little strapped for cash by the time summer rolls around. Don’t worry! Here’s
Excited chatter echoed through the hall as students, decked out in royal purple and gold caps and gowns, waited somewhat impatiently for their ceremony to start. The faint aroma of
BY BRITTNEY BARSOTTI/ SPECIAL TO XPRESS In previous years, the massive move out from the dorms at the end of the year resulted in mounds of items spilling into the
Analysis For students who are tired of balancing the high cost of tuition with a Top Ramen diet and massive debt, be prepared — things could get much, much worse.
Jeffrey Bleich, the United States Ambassador to Australia, will be making a 7,416 mile journey from Sydney, Australia to the SF State campus to receive an honorary award and speak at the graduation
Oil is often associated with exploding geysers of black gold in the hands of a wealthy few, but with Assembly Bill 1326, a shower of revenue may begin to fall
For those students looking to celebrate after graduation with a delicious meal on their parents’ dime, Xpress has compiled this list of San Francisco eateries. Boulevard- A San Francisco staple
For Max Fernandez, cross-country offered a way to get out of fifth period in high school without having to skip class. [caption id=”” align=”alignright” width=”255″ caption=”SF State cross-country athlete Max
For four years Carly Bliss has excelled on the soccer field and in the classroom. As she prepares to graduate from San Francisco State, her experiences in the city of San
Science buffs and engineering enthusiasts gathered in the main gym at San Francisco State May 13 to present their projects at the 13th annual College of Science and Engineering Student
[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="512" caption="Runners and costumed participants head down Fell Street during the Bay to Breakers race on May 15. Photo by Gil Riego"][/caption] Thousands of people ran, walked
Here’s a brief update on campus crimes that occurred between May 11 and May 18. Creative Threats Officers responded to a call of a man threatening to shoot another man
As Dominique Hunter ends her four-year basketball career at San Francisco State University, she is moving on to bigger and better things. [caption id=”” align=”alignright” width=”255″ caption=”Center Dominique Hunter, 21,
With the cost of higher education steadily increasing, SF State students reassess the worth of a bachelor’s degree in today’s competitive job market. [caption id=”” align=”aligncenter” width=”383″ caption=”SF State student Devian Reyes,
[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="580" caption="Yucca frita con camarones (fried yucca with shrimp) a Salvadorian dish at Bolempié Cafe on 18th and Capp Streets. Sasha Tivetsky / staff photographer"][/caption] In the
To get to Cox Stadium this Saturday, San Francisco State students must pay their fair share of fees — blood, sweat and tears just won’t cut it. [caption id=”attachment_6908″ align=”alignright”
You’re standing on the graduation stage, moments away from receiving your degree. All you can think about is your college education and how much it took to get to this
The 100th annual Bay to Breakers has come to be known as one of the most unique footraces in the country. At 7 a.m. athletes and citizens fill the streets
[imagebrowser id=2] Thousands of people ran, walked and partied on the city streets of San Francisco as they celebrated the 100th annual Bay to Breakers race May 15. The 12K
[caption id=”” align=”aligncenter” width=”500″ caption=”SF State graduates pose for their families, degrees in hand, during the Noche de La Familia ceremony for Latino students at McKenna Hall. Photo by Erik
As I glide through all the rituals that lead up to graduation, I am overcome with a sense of closure. I enjoyed the food in all my classes’ end-of-the-year parties.
East Los Angeles, with its graffiti-lined streets cluttered with cars in its high afternoon sun, known to be dangerous at nightfall, created a rough environment growing up for liberal studies
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="266" caption="Participants of the annual foot race come in all ages, sizes and costumes. John Bird / staff photographer"][/caption] Bay to Breakers will celebrate its 100th anniversary
[caption id=”” align=”aligncenter” width=”580″ caption=”The transit agency is inviting community feedback on seat options for its new "Fleet of the Future," which will begin service in 2017. Respondents will be
Smoke coming from a malfunctioning transformer in The Village at Centennial Square has resulted in an evacuation of the building, according to University spokeswoman Ellen Griffin. As of 1:15 p.m.
By Molly Sanchez – Special to [X]Press The sights and sounds of a riot filled the streets on a chilly night in Oakland when suddenly, strange figures emerged from an
In San Francisco, driving in circles is a right of passage for car owners. It is a competitive, sometimes full-contact sport. Even drivers that possess a coveted lettered area parking
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="266" caption="The newly dug pit in lot 20 will support the base of the new elevator shaft. Eric Soracco / staff photographer"][/caption] Dealing with Lot 20 just
[caption id=”” align=”aligncenter” width=”580″ caption=”Keith Sklower reads sheet music during a music performance class at SF State. Sklower plays the oboe, and is on track to attain his second bachelors
After professor and Vice President of Administration and Finance Dr. Leroy Morishita announced his departure from SF State April 19, the search for his successor has ended — if not
With increasing tuition costs and a difficult job market, the prospect of going to college is a challenge unlike ever before. But SF Promise, a group that aims to ease
After warring over the establishment of a campus recreational center subsided in spring 2009, people thought the controversy was over. Except one piece of the puzzle is still missing. Associated
The California Teachers Association is currently conducting a weeklong series of protests aimed to prevent additional cuts to public education. The protesters support Gov. Jerry Brown’s attempt to pass a
[caption id=”” align=”alignleft” width=”266″ caption=”Pitcher Nic Banaugh pitches the last game of his collegiate career during the Gators' senior day against Cal State Stansilaus at Maloney Field Sunday, May 10.
Political leaders are not always known for having the best moments in speech-making history — yes we know you didn’t have sexual relations with that woman, Mr. Clinton, and yes