21 May 2019

Latinx studies self-funds graduation ceremony

Graduation speaker and International Relations major Maria Jose Lozano stands for a portrait wearing a sash with Colombian flag on it at SF State on May 16, 2019. (JAMES CHAN/Golden

09 Apr 2019

CCSF diversity classes cut amid money woes

Two people hold a banner during the march to Save City College in 2013. (Photo by Steve Rhodes via Flikr.)   Several classes have been cut from the City College

23 Mar 2019

Students and community advocate for free public college

A statewide coalition to initiate free public college has taken college campuses by storm as SF State and local grassroots organization SF Rising presented a teach-in on March 12 at

19 Mar 2019

Organizations, departments host celebrations

Amid a lack of University funds, the students and faculty of the College of Ethnic Studies turned to Associated Students, Inc. for help funding their own departmental end of the

05 Mar 2019

Noise Pop Festival gathers worldwide talent

The 27th annual Noise Pop Festival brought talents from around the world to Bay Area stages. Noise Pop is a week-long annual festival that features artists from all genres, ages

19 Feb 2019

Graduate films El Capitan ascent

Samuel Crossley is a filmmaker and photographer specializing in adventurous filmmaking. Crossley graduated from the SF State School of Cin- ema in 2016 and has since been a part of

04 Feb 2019

Bands at Surf Rock event resurrect old genres

Long hair, guitar pedals, and flashing colorful lights encompassed Thursday night’s Surf Rock concert at the Depot. The Depot hosted a Surf Rock concert as part of a slew of

29 Jan 2019

Gay Men’s Chorus raises $13, 500 for Camp Fire victim relief

San Francisco continues to provide support for the victims of the Camp Fire through a cappella and choir. The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus hosted a concert on Sunday at

25 Dec 2018

SF State student filmmakers shoot Western

Close quarters, unpredictable weather and sandy wind was the setting in which SF State student filmmakers shot their film. “Saguaro,” is a film directed and produced by Jake Naso, Maddy

18 Dec 2018

“Gator Grub Alerts” helps students find free food on campus

“Free food” is an eye-catching title for most college students, especially in San Francisco. According to Feeding America, as of 2016, more than 125,000 San Franciscans are food insecure. Much

12 Dec 2018

“Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles,” a story of the common immigration experience

Sexual assault, family separation and sometimes death are some of the outcomes of immigration for many families. “Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles” chronicles the journey of a family of

10 Dec 2018

Native American mural celebration focuses on missing and murdered indigenous women

“We are still here,” reads the Native American mural at SF State in bold red paint. The mural, debuted in 2009, celebrated the indigenous culture embraced by many at SF

05 Dec 2018

Improv Nation to host holiday-themed comedy night

Ugly Christmas sweaters, hallmark movies, family, friends and laughter are what encompasses the holiday season. Improv Nation will be kicking off their holiday season with a holiday-themed comedy night filled

02 Dec 2018

“Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles” chronicles a woman’s immigration story

“Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles” is set to premiere at SF State on Dec. 8 at 2 p.m. at the Little Theater. The play will be shown until December

14 Nov 2018

Fierce women drove 1968 student strike

Men dominated the largest ever student strike in American history, but none of it could have happened without the women working 24/7 behind the scenes. That was the consensus among

07 Nov 2018

Women were the backbone of 1968 strike

In 1968, a variety of student activist groups on campus formed the Third World Liberation Front to call on what was then SF State College to create more ethnic diversity

31 Oct 2018

Undocumented students feel voiceless during elections

As a nearly lifelong member of the Bay Area, junior accounting major and undocumented SF State student Sara Diaz said her inability to vote is unfair in a proclaimed democracy.

24 Oct 2018

Improv Nation to host its first improv night of the semester

SF State student organization Improv Nation will host their annual Halloween Improv Show on Friday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Creative Arts Building Room 104. The event will

24 Oct 2018

Justice for David Josiah Lawson

Eighteen months. That’s how long it has been since the murder of David Josiah Lawson, and the case remains unsolved. Lawson was a 19-year-old sophomore criminal justice student at Humboldt

12 Oct 2018

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival brings crowds of all ages

San Francisco’s largest free festival, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, brought boisterous crowds, finger picking guitar and harmonious violin solos all in one venue. The six stages extending throughout Golden Gate Park

11 Oct 2018

Stay safe from sex traffickers’ creative ways

San Francisco is proving to be a sex trafficking hub, and predators are becoming more creative in ways to target victims. With social media and ride-hailing apps, tracking down victims

11 Oct 2018

BikeFest offered free tune-ups, safety tips and much more

BikeFest took place on campus on Oct. 10 to encourage students to bike on their commutes. The event took place on the quad and featured tables by the sustainability department

10 Oct 2018

San Francisco celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day as a formal holiday for the first time

As the stigma around Columbus Day has changed over the course of some years, people have been quick to highlight the atrocious acts of Christopher Columbus, which includes rape, genocide

03 Oct 2018

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

02 Oct 2018

DACA and undocumented students still live in fear

According to the Dream Resource Center, SF State has 500-700 undocumented and DACA-receiving students who are still waiting on the current presidential administration and judge’s’ decision regarding DACA to realize

27 Sep 2018

Latinx communty connect at networking event

The Latinx Faculty, Staff and Student Tardeada took place on Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 4-6 p.m. at Jack Adams Hall in the Cesar Chavez Student Center. In the wake of

25 Sep 2018

ASI pushes for permanent food pantry amid administration delays

Thousands of SF State students do not get enough to eat on a day-to-day basis, according to a recent report. Associated Student, Inc. is trying to address their needs, but

19 Sep 2018

Leaders of tomorrow begin at Project Connect

SF State’s newest student mentors, role models and activists vowed to use their influence to positively impact under represented communities and promote higher education during the 14th annual Project Connect

18 Sep 2018

J & A — From August to May Podcast (Ep. 1)

On Sept. 7, TMZ was the first to report that Mac Miller had passed away from an apparent overdose and a week later fans continue to grieve the death of

14 Sep 2018

Relationships formed on air

Radio DJs are taking the SF State media world by storm with many new additions to the broadcast and electronic communication arts department. New music and various genres inspire student

12 Sep 2018

SF State Observatory’s first night of observation filled with light

The SF State Observatory kicked off its first night of observation for the semester with a lit up sky on Sept. 10. The observatory, built in the 1970s, is located

08 Sep 2018

Black Unity Center town hall meeting discusses change within organization

In the wake of the 50th anniversary of the 1968 SF State student strike, which was carried out by members of the Black Student Union and Third World Liberation Front,