19 Sep 2018

Leaders of tomorrow begin at Project Connect

SF State’s newest student mentors, role models and activists vowed to use their influence to positively impact under represented communities and promote higher education during the 14th annual Project Connect

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19 Sep 2018

SF State to hold a reading for professor’s book “Her Mouth As Souvenir”

Bay Area poets, MK Chavez and Heather June Gibbons, will be doing a reading from Gibbon’s new book “Her Mouth As Souvenir” on Sept. 20 in the Poetry Center located

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19 Sep 2018

S.P.E.A.K’s first open-mic night of the semester

S.P.E.A.K will debut its first open-mic night of the semester at The Depot in the Cesar Chavez Student Center from 6-9 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19. S.P.E.A.K, an acronym for

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19 Sep 2018

SF State names Tom Lyons new director of track and field, cross country

SF State Director of Athletics Stephanie Shrieve-Hawkins announced Monday that the university has named Tom Lyons the director of track and field and cross country programs. In a corresponding move,

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19 Sep 2018

College students need more education with STDs on the rise

Sexually transmitted diseases are at an all-time high and continue to grow each year. And although it can be an uncomfortable conversation to have, students need to take their sexual

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19 Sep 2018

Music City’s show at The Depot gets political

“Fuck borders, fuck ICE, keep families together,” a student sang during her set Thursday night at The Depot’s event with Music City.  Combing today’s political climate with music, student Mae

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19 Sep 2018

Chinatown celebrates annual Autumn Moon Festival

San Francisco’s Chinatown was filled with Cantonese opera music playing over the noise of the crowd as the smell of Chinese food, smoke bombs and the sound of lottery wheels

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19 Sep 2018

Asian-Americans’ successful roles in mainstream Hollywood

Asian-Americans have scratched the surface of romantic comedies in Hollywood and are paving the way for future ethnic groups to dominate the film industry by making it big on both

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19 Sep 2018

Poetry Center hosts award-winning queer writers

On Thursday, Sept. 13, the critically acclaimed SF State Poetry Center hosted Whiting Award 2018 recipients, Brontez Purnell, and Tommy Pico, both prolific writers within contemporary LGBTQ+ spoken word and

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19 Sep 2018

Men’s soccer looks to remain undefeated against CSU Bernardino

SF State mens’ soccer looks for their fifth win of the season as they travel to play the Cal State San Bernardino Coyotes this Friday, Sept. 21. The Gators’ defense

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19 Sep 2018

“A Simple Favor” has some dark twists

“A Simple Favor” started off hot Friday, earning $5.92 million in the box office, according to Forbes. Blake Lively shifted from her normal type of “heroine” roles to the mysterious, sociopathic character

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