In 2012, SF State was a polling location for the first time in three years. With a presidential election and Proposition 30 on the ballot, students shattered the University's student-voter registration goal with 4,060 registered.
This year's municipal election ballot, however, lacks two items that capture
It wasn't until the artist lifted his handheld machine from my skin — as it buzzed like a dental drill — and wiped my ink and blood splattered arm clean that I realized I had just made a decision that would affect me for the
More than 1,000 activists united in two peaceful protests Wednesday to celebrate May Day in San Francisco.
A group of about 50 rallied at Civic Center Plaza marching to an unoccupied building on Turk Street and finished off at Jefferson Square Park. Another 1,000 or so
The Gator softball team heated up the first game of Saturday's doubleheader with a shutout 3-0 win over the Cal State Monterey Bay Otters but lost momentum in the second with a 5-1 loss, April 13, at SF State.
Next weekend, the Gators host a four-game
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A common love for Bulleit Bourbon and a
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Julie McNamara packs her 12-hour day into her Rickshaw commuter bag before leaving home.
The 21-year-old SF State graduating senior is not only double-majoring in English and Spanish, she works part-time teaching English as a second language at Marshall Elementary School in
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="640" caption="San Jose State University students, Lucie, left, and Amy Roberts, right, and Nelson Wells look at the structural makeup of a puppet from the stop motion animation film, "ParaNorman," at the Cartoon Art Museum on Mission Street in San Francisco, Wednesday,
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="640" caption="Patrick Celtic O'Sullivan, 33, is an SF State alumnus that created the live show "All About Walken," a sketch comedy act that walks the audience through the life of Christopher Walken. Among his other projects, he was cast on the ABC
[caption id="attachment_53278" align="alignleft" width="384"] Warren Hellman and Will White pose at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival.[/caption]
Driving from stage to stage in a golf cart through crowds of hundreds of thousands of people, SF State alumnus Will White made Warren Hellman’s band wish list come true each
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The suspense heightened as the lights dimmed slowly. The sea of
For the people of Venice and Cyprus — the survivors at least — only a void existed. Civilization was abandoned and brutalized by a catastrophe capsizing everything familiar.
In this post-apocalyptic world, hope lay within the gentle Moor, Othello, but the unknown consumed him. With his
Summer break has almost arrived and after a semester of stress and dismal finances, it is time to kick back, relax and let loose in the city’s inexhaustible showcasing of events.
Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival 2012
The ever-growing popularity of Outside Lands has made it