Activism is in the air at SF State, as a group of students gathered in the Ethnic Studies Hall earlier this evening to brainstorm ways to save their sister school,
We asked SF State students how they feel about online education. Hopefully they enjoy it, because I consider this blog to be a form of online education for the masses.
The shock of being told you don’t have the prerequisites for a crucial class is a feeling many students are familiar with. For Dylan Phillipy, a kinesiology senior, missing prerequisites
*See infographic here City College of San Francisco student Mireya Leon graduated from high school only a few months ago, but she already has a dream: Transferring to SF State
Spencer McCall embarked on a peculiar scavenger hunt through San Francisco four years ago. His experience set the foundation for “The Institute,” his first feature-length film, that last month screened
Immigrant rights activist Perla Flores crossed the border unchecked with her parents when she was 8 years old and lived undocumented for years. In 2010, she got her green card,
THE SWAMP: If you look like “Walter” from the Godaddy.com Super Bowl commercial, apply to SF State next year
Super Bowl commercials have become an integral part of many viewers’ big game experience. But don’t worry, The Swamp isn’t going to bore you with another “top ten Super Bowl