22 Feb 2017

SF State student struck by car in front of Administration Building

An SF State student was hit by a car while in a crosswalk on Holloway Avenue behind the Administration Building at approximately 1 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. The unidentified female was

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22 Feb 2017

“Mashrabiya: The Art of Looking Back” provokes viewers to look forward

SF State’s Fine Arts Gallery held a reception on Saturday for the opening of its new exhibit “Mashrabiya: The Art of Looking Back,” which features art with a contemporary Middle

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22 Feb 2017

Poetry Center continues 63 years of live reading tradition

Continuing a 63-year weekly tradition, a group of 25 gathered at the Poetry Center in the Humanities building Thursday evening, to hear poets Wendy Trevino and Oki Sogumi share their

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22 Feb 2017

Students get a crash course on polyamory at EROS event

Students got the chance last week to have an open dialogue about polyamorous relationships. Due to high demand, SF State’s Education and Referral Organization for Sexuality, a sex-positive safe space

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22 Feb 2017

Black Panther Party exhibit extended due to high demand

Thousands have shown up to the golden anniversary exhibit that reflects on one of the most militant organizations of the Civil Rights era.   Workers at the ticketing desk said

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22 Feb 2017

Reflecting on the impact of the ’68 strike, then and now

Interactive graphic by Nicole Ortega History is packed with stories of the oppressed, taking actions against oppressors in order to gain freedom and equality, and SF State played significant roles

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22 Feb 2017

Fear of the immigration ban causes excess stress to students

Vianney Casas was at home waiting for a text from her mom to say she had successfully entered the U.S. The reply she got wasn’t the happy news she was

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22 Feb 2017

Let’s Get Deep: Why do we need permission to have a vagina?

When I was 19 I had a pregnancy scare. It was our first weekend alone together and on the first night the condom broke. We stayed up all night talking

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22 Feb 2017

SF State astronomy professor looks for habitable planets 14 light years away

An SF State astronomy professor is making headway with his research on exoplanets that may have conditions to support life. Stephen Kane, who teaches Introduction to Astronomy, Stellar Astrophysics and

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