Crave, your new craving

May 9, 2018 News 1 Comment

Below the Cesar Chavez Center, next to the gaming center, sits Crave — a new sandwich shop where Ike’s Place used to be, which had previously closed over two months ago. The change has gone mostly unnoticed, even with the popularity on campus — or at least that is what many students on campus have found, including Kristine Castro, a psychology major. “I didn’t know ...

Planting seeds for growth

January 24, 2018 Life

A year into the Trump administration, America has pulled out of the Paris climate agreement, put tariffs on solar panels and put more funding into the coal industry. These administrative actions have created an uproar in certain communities worried about the environment, thus triggering reaction. Some people have called for a step back from the ...

Eye popping play premiers

December 13, 2017 Life

From twerking, Trump and penises to the gender swapped roles, Lysistrata, the musical of the season at SF State, stepped forward to make a statement on stage. Based on an ancient story based around a myth, this musical told the story with a modern twist on a rendition written for the modern audience. The musical ...

Pop some tags

December 13, 2017 Opinion

You walk into a store where everything is in front of you: the prices, the sizes, the same dress in every color. You get exactly what you want –– but the next morning, the person next to you is wearing the exact same thing. This is the downfall of the throwaway fashion world we live ...

New Moves: Flux, strapped for time

November 15, 2017 Life

Rushing on stage with music and the sound of water in the background, the first dancers of the last performance of New Moves: Flux took the stage a month earlier than in years past. New Moves usually premieres in December, but Ray Tadio, teacher of the choreographers for the show, found that the department was ...

Laramie: the show went on

October 25, 2017 Life

The Laramie Project, a production at SF State by the theater department, was supposed to open on Thursday, Oct. 12. However, like the rest of campus due to the fires, the play was shut down and opened the following week instead. The cast, consisting of around 60 people, had been working on the play since ...

Shots not wasted

October 17, 2017 Opinion

As I stare blankly at the pictures and videos of people running across my computer and tv screens, I start to wonder–– have I become desensitized to this? But more importantly, has the whole country? The constant sound of gunshots has become the new norm. This is the America that many have known their whole ...

Bernie Sanders announces plan for a tuition-free SF State

September 27, 2017 News

***additional reporting by Aria Brock*** Bernie Sanders is working to make California State Universities tuition-free, just like San Francisco City College, the first in the state to do so. Finding standing room to see Bernie Sanders in the 304 max capacity Diego Rivera theater at City College of San Francisco in Friday was almost as ...

Alumna returns to create Expressions

September 11, 2017 Life

“I am very emotionally Japanese; the events make me feel something. All of my choreography is emotionally-based and that comes out,” Ayana Yonesaka said. “Each dance is specifically inspired.” The colorful wall hanging swayed as the dancers ran past. The soft sound of rain played while SF State alumna, Yonesaka, whirled across the stage close ...

Dancers audition for New Moves

September 4, 2017 Life

Students sweat as they danced across the floor during the auditions for the New Moves show, a modern dance performance created by students at SF State premiering this November. Auditioners danced for an hour. This is what they came for – to perform. If chosen, they will perform on stage in front of hundreds at ...