Gamers sing ‘Let it Go’ to finals stress

May 6, 2014 Life 1 Comment

As some SF State students enjoyed their last few weekends before finals, gamers and anime fans spent an evening doing what they love the most: playing video game and watching anime. Except this time they weren’t doing at home. They were among friends at SF State. Anime fans and gamers alike filled Rigoberta Menchu Hall ...

The race begins: students network at CSU Hospitality Career Expo

March 30, 2014 Life Multimedia

[HTML1] In a few months, thousands of graduating students will leave college life behind and be launched into the working world, losing themselves in the seemingly endless search for a real job. SF State seeks to provide plenty of opportunities for students and soon-to-be-graduates to boost their sorely-needed job prospects. SF State’s hospitality and tourism ...

SF State’s eateries welcome Halal, boba and Bánh mì

March 20, 2014 Life

Nervous Factor performs for SF State students inside the Cesar Chavez Building during the grand opening of Quickly, Ha Tien Cove, and Shah’s restaurants in San Francisco on Thursday, March 13. Photo by Godofredo Vasquez / Special to Xpress The warm weather was the perfect setting to celebrate the newest eateries that SF State has ...

Anime Club holds maid-themed cafe for Valentine’s Day

February 18, 2014 Life

[set_id=72157641173073123] While lovers were having Valentine’s Day dinner, members of SF State’s Anime FX club held a maid and butler themed cafe in Jack Adams Hall. According to one of the club’s officers, freshman Meri Hambalek, the club wanted to take advantage of the holiday that coincided with their open house. “It’s Valentine’s Day, so why not have a ...

Sixth annual Beer Week draws students and “beer snobs” alike

February 13, 2014 Life

Marshall Serlin (from left), Tyler Fox, David, and Josh Noddle drink beer and socialize at The Mad Dog in the Fog in San Francisco, Saturday, Feb. 8th. Serlin and his friends made a visit to Mad Dog in the Fog to celebrate San Francisco’s Beer Week. Photo by Gavin McIntyre / Xpres As rain fell ...

Hate the Ellis Act, not the techies

February 4, 2014 Opinion 4 Comments

[media-credit name=”Drawn by Jordan Cermimara” align=”alignnone” width=”573″][/media-credit] In the last several months we have seen increasing hate for techies and tech companies. Last summer, “F- your start up” was tagged on a building in the Mission District. In November, about 150 people protested outside Twitter’s headquarters the day after the company’s stock market launched on ...