May 2017

SF State students continue to face a lack of diversity in science departments despite a recent increase in graduation rates for underrepresented minority students. [caption id="attachment_77823" align="alignright" width="373"] [media-credit name="Tate Drucker/Xpress" align="alignright" width="373"][/media-credit] Rama Kased poses for a portrait at SF State on Monday, May 15, 2017.

Additional reporting by Ian Sumner Tensions are rising between pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian supporters on campus, as both groups speak out against the unsettling climate they feel the University administration has created. President Leslie E. Wong’s rocky history with the local Jewish community, including the two attempts to

  Four Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts majors from SF State were chosen as finalists for the competitive and nationwide Television Foundation’s Internship Program offered by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The competitive program offers a variety of different categories for students to apply

A science lab is often stocked with white laboratory coats and more often than not those laboratory coats are worn by white scientists, but professional Leticia Marquez-Magana has dedicated her career to opening the door for minority students. At a young age, Marquez-Magana became interested in