San Francisco’s 111 Minna Gallery will be celebrating its 25th anniversary at 111 Minna St. on Friday, Oct. 5 with an art exhibition featuring more than 40 talented artists from
A brief on the Holocaust lecture series hosted by the Dept. of Jewish Studies.
A shooting in Florence, South Carolina today has left seven officers wounded, and one dead, CNN reported. Authorities said the shooting took place in an upscale neighborhood in the western part
A path into hope and liberation is seen in the “Incarceration to Liberation” mural at SF State, debuting on Oct. 4.
A new mural, titled “Incarceration to Liberation,” will be debuting on Oct. 4 at 4 p.m. at the Cesar Chavez Student Center at SF State. This mural is a work
The SF State women’s basketball team announced the addition of nine freshmen for the upcoming 2018-19 basketball season last week. Jasmin Asher, a 5-foot-8 forward from Brentwood, Calif., played her
SF State men’s soccer looks to make a jump from their sixth-place CCAA standing when they host the No. 23 ranked Cal State San Marcos Cougars this Friday at Cox
Trump-ism has spread from the executive branch to the GOP and now threatens the legitimacy of the Supreme Court. Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination has been delayed pending an FBI investigation into
Amid Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination scandal, unfolding in front of the public eye and his defense team consisting of a misogynistic president infamously known to be a womanizer and