16 Apr 2014

UPDATE: Parts of Science Building scheduled to re-open in two weeks

SF State officials are scheduling staggered times for faculty and staff to enter the Science Building April 28, according to Ron Cortez, vice president and chief financial officer of administration

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16 Apr 2014

VIDEO Branding the golden city: alumni create print and clothing company San Franpsycho

[HTML1] San Franpsycho, the brainchild of Andy Olive and Christian Routzen, was first born into the culture of riding waves. The clothing brand is now making waves throughout the city

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16 Apr 2014

An ongoing celebration would dull the merit of Earth Day

Let’s face it, everyone’s busy enough trying to multitask and juggle the various aspects of their lives, whether it be work, school, parenting or whatever else. It wouldn’t be wise

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16 Apr 2014

Our Earth needs TLC everyday, not just on Earth Day

Greenland’s farmers are planting strawberries this year. It’s an odd choice for agriculturalists on an almost uninhabitable glacial island, but for the last few years more and more of the

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16 Apr 2014

SF State hosts first Accessible Adventure Day

Students and faculty got a chance to experience some of their favorite recreational activities in a different way yesterday, at SF State’s first Accessible Adventure Day. Alfredo Andrade, a kinseology

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16 Apr 2014

VIDEO: ‘In Hollow Time’ delivers dynamic cast and crew, shines spotlight on SF State original talent

[HTML1] Blue lights canvass the stage. The guitar strums. A woman sings slowly. A beat. Another slams poetic rhymes. They jive. They thrive. Off each other’s lines. Their lives. Then

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16 Apr 2014

VIDEO: Dancers grace the stage in ‘Lifesaving Maneuvers’ concert

  Members of the campus community sat in awe of the grace in the dancers’ movements at the School of Music and Dance’s annual University Dance Theater dance concert, titled

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16 Apr 2014

Community turns out for fourth annual 5K Walk, Run & Roll

While most were still tucked in bed sleeping off the night before, over 300 people rose and headed to Cesar Chavez Student Center before 8 a.m. to join the fourth

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16 Apr 2014

Fraternity brings AIDS awareness to campus

Covered in balloons and lines of tables, the quad became a space to educate students on the impact of HIV and AIDS in their community. Alpha Phi Omega, a national

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