Between 1942 and 1964 Earnest C. Dillard held multiple different leadership positions as a staff member with the International United Automotive Workers (UAW). In each position, he was the first African American person to hold the position. Seventy years after Dillard began working with the
Every two years, something comes along that captures my attention and enthralls me – the Olympic games.
I know I’m not alone.
Each time the games come around, I have no difficulty finding people who are following along with the different sports. Some are interested in the
The Super Bowl came and went this weekend and for the eighth time in the last 17 years, the New England Patriots were involved. The Patriots sustained success that has never been seen in NFL history.
The word ‘dynasty’ is defined as a powerful group or
Late theater arts professor Dr. Mohammad Kowsar died Jan. 14, 2018. While in Tehran, Iran over winter break, he fell from a fifth-story window.
Kowsar left an enormous impact on SF State’s campus through out his career. Students have lined the halls of the Creative Arts
President Trump has broken tradition on more than one occasion since taking office.
Some of the most notable traditions have been sports-based, like the long term tradition of throwing out the first pitch on MLB opening day and a more recent Obama tradition of filling
Mandatory morning lifts, classes from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., practice from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., home to shower and eat and then homework.
This is every day life for SF State senior pitcher Jordan Yrastorza.
It is also similar to the lives of athletes in
For the first time in team history, three women’s cross country athletes were named all-conference after finishing in the top 15 in the CCAA Championship race on Friday, Sept. 22.
[caption id="attachment_79690" align="alignleft" width="371"] Magali Arsiniega, 22, (left) Adriana Calva, 21, (center) and Camille Hansen, 22,
On Halloween night while students on campus were enjoying costume parties, San Francisco State Men’s soccer team was in San Diego claiming their first playoff match 1-0 over the University of San Diego, California.
The Gators entered the match as the lower seed, but tied with
When Iris Tolenada was in high school at Deer Valley in Antioch, California, she told her volleyball coach, Lou Panzella, there was only one school that she wanted to go to: San Francisco State University.
Panzella tried to convince her to keep her options open, but
A previous version of this article stated that two sources–– Kyle Guerrero and Michael Gies–– both said that they were helping put out the fire "simply because they liked to put out fires." While this was true for Gies, Guerrero later made it clear that he
SF State’s women’s volleyball team started off day one of the 2017 West Region Showcase with a loss in their tournament opener against Biola University.
“There were a lot of errors,” said Matt Hoffman, head coach of the team. “We didn’t play a clean game of
SF State’s Rugby Club plays at a division 1-AA level and not only have to pay to play but lack a regular field to play their home games on.
“We practice on the West Campus Green, and we play our games in several different locations around
The SF State volleyball team ended their game with a 3-1 win over visiting team Dominican University tonight, matching their win total from the 2016 season.
“I’m not surprised that we played a lot better,” returning player Lauren Williams said. “We have a lot of really
A choir sang “Oh, Happy Day” as the Golden State Warriors broke ground Tuesday at the Chase Center, the future home of the Warriors.
Before the event began, fans lined up outside of the South Street entrance while a party to celebrate the groundbreaking of the