Creativity can flourish anywhere, but it’s better in a brand new building. A 242,000 square-foot modern facility is in the works to replace the outdated Creative Arts Building, which was
Leslie Alvarado has been waitlisted since early May 2012. She is one of approximately 3,000 students who sign up for on-campus housing every year, and currently is number 15 on a
The hardwood floor of the gym is polished, the doors are open and the Gator men’s basketball team is anxious to get their season started. The Gators are justified in their
Right after graduating from the theatre arts program at SF State in 1999, Patrick Celtic O’Sullivan began his professional career immediately, when he landed a job — at the Olive Garden.
With ball in hand, chemistry clicking, adrenaline pumping and eyes on the hoop, the Gators prepare to wipe away the memories of last year’s disappointing 20-loss season with replenished ambition and a
The remaining competitors of Student Life at SF State‘s “The Voice” competition battled it out during the final competition round inside Jack Adams Hall on Monday. The grand finale and announcement
An arsonist has struck four times this semester, nearly matching the total number of arson-related incidents in the past four years. Four fires have been reported on campus since the
As the victory rain poured down at AT&T Park, SF State fans gathered at The Depot to witness the 2012 Giants clinch their way to the World Series. The 9-0 win