[caption id="attachment_62115" align="aligncenter" width="1024"][media-credit id=189 align="aligncenter" width="1024"][/media-credit] More than 10,000 honeybees thrive in a manmade hive located behind the Moffett lab on the secluded eighth floor of Hensill Hall. This is one of four hives purchased from beekeepers that are maintained by appointed faculty and
Look, it’s martial arts. No, it’s acrobatics. No, it’s capoeira. Among a dozen sport clubs at SF State, the Capoeria Club, consisting of a Brazilian martial art incorporated with dance, acrobatics and music is one of the most enthralling. Despite being a mere five years
In less than 10 seconds with only the first two letters on the board — N and E — Emilbert deLeon was able to guess the three-worded "thing" and became $45,000 richer in "Wheel of Fortune" March 19.
In total, this Daly City resident and SF State
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Sitting in the splash zone during an orca performance can easily be the highlight of any child’s trip to SeaWorld. Unbeknownst to a five-year-old, the seemingly happy-go-lucky whale swimming before them has been taken out of its natural
Shit is hitting the fan in the California State University system and SF State is no exception. From the complete closure of the Science Building, to much needed repair in the ancient and disgusting locker rooms, our school is in dire need of tender loving
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For many, it's a fond memory to think back to all the times they brought a peanut butter and jelly sandwich to school for lunch. Although there were times we wished for variety in our sandwich choice, the
Nearly finished with their first season as an official club sport, the ice hockey team at SF State has run into a financial dilemma. They cannot afford to play their last home game against Santa Clara University that was scheduled for Jan. 11 at the
Polar bears along the coast of Alaska are suffering from fur loss and open sores. Starfish on the West Coast are disintegrating into piles of white goo and Pacific Herring are bleeding from their gills and eyes.
Despite this knowledge, the government refuses to announce how much