This past Wednesday, SF State’s Paul J. Leonard library housed a discussion regarding the current state of health and welfare within the LGBTQ+ community.
Mickey Eliason, assistant dean of Faculty Development & Scholarship at the College of Health and Social Sciences coordinated the discussion, which encompassed
After a short week away from school, some students returned to campus regretting their holiday indulgences.
“Looking back at what I ate during thanksgiving, I’m kind of like – uh that was a lot – I kind of need to get back into getting healthy
On the first Wednesday of the month, artists used their work to discuss injustice, U.S government and society as a whole at “Social Justice in My Life” in The Depot. Local artists sold political artwork, MCs and rappers performed spoken-word and breakdancers showed off their
While most college students center their Halloween festivities around costumes and partying, members of SF State’s Hermanos Unidos used the holiday as an opportunity for community service.
Just days before Halloween, a few members of HU delivered 100 hand-made activity kits for sick children at
At the start of Halloween weekend, SF State students received an email notification regarding an armed robbery that took place on campus early Friday morning.
“At approximately 1:45 AM on October 28th, three unknown males gained entry to the first floor of Mary Park Hall via the
Over the summer English major, Parker Sha, purchased three goats from craigslist.org in a venture to start a goat grazing business. Since the launch, Sha has gained multiple clients and has even expanded into goat breeding. What began as an ecologically friendly way to boost his income has now become a
Guests helped themselves to authentic Syrian food and received henna tattoos for cash donations at the “Hearts for Syria” panel discussion held in the J. Paul Leonard Library Monday night.
Approximately 35 people attended the third discussion panel of its kind, coordinated by SF State
The Towers at Centennial Square have recently been under scrutiny due to student reports of mice sightings, which some say began prior to the start of fall semester this year.
Mice droppings and damaged property like chewed cords are among some of the rodent-related complaints
SF State was absent from the list of schools, published Friday, that announced awards of federal grant money given to eligible Hispanic Serving Institutions.
The University applied to one of the three grant programs offered, the HSI-STEM program, competing against 414 other institutions.
Belinda I. Reyes,
Fraternity brothers and sorority sisters did their best to attract new members during this fall semester’s rush week. They sported their house names, played loud music, and engaged with those that walked by. But one fraternity in particular stole the show with their 4-legged mascot
For the past six years, SF State students have contributed to the construction of the Mashouf Wellness Center through fees embedded in their tuition.
According to the center’s website, “the Recreation and Wellness Center Student Fee was approved in 2010 after a signature petition of