As graduating students prepare for commencement, some will use the opportunity as a final form of student activism by putting their hands up to show solidarity for the victims of police shootings.
The Black Student Union and Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán are organizing students to participate in
Ethnic studies professor Philip Klasky garnered support and input from student activists for a new class on climate justice that could be offered next semester during a meeting April 9 at the J. Paul Leonard Library.
The class, called "Race, Activism and Climate Justice," was proposed by
Dancers dressed in feathers, headdresses and buckskin shawls taught students simple footwork for the round dance to the beat of drums at the heart of campus during the 40th anniversary powwow.
The Student Kouncil of Intertribal Nations hosted the powwow at the center of campus on the lawn next to
A mock wall stood at the entrance of Malcolm X Plaza between the stage and the Cesar Chavez Student Center as a simulation of the barrier in West Bank in Israel to draw attention to the current affairs on that side of the world.
Two groups of protesters converged on San Francisco City Hall Tuesday afternoon to call attention to the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement and participate in a national day of action.
Stop Mass Incarceration Network, an organization who vocalizes its devotion to ending the police brutality of Black
The story of a deaf mother in need of assistance for her son who uses a wheelchair compelled one SF State student into accepting a part-time nanny job. But her empathy almost cost her $3,000 in an online scam.
Sophomore Lauren Well signed up for Care.com, a third party
Whether it was working dead-end jobs as an assistant to a local florist or an employee at Domino's Pizza, SF State student Morgan Pentruff never felt fulfilled in her work place until now.
Pentruff has been selected by the University as a research assistant for an extensive, state-wide
The dean for the College of Science and Engineering will step down from his position after 13 years and make way for an engineering professor from the Midwest to take his spot.
Sheldon Axler served as dean of the college for more than a decade and will vacate
As a child of immigrant parents, my background and upbringing are similar to many in the United States. Growing up, I felt invalidated because I never saw anyone share my story and culture in the mass media. That was true until I decided to check out
Students stood up and spoke out at SF State's first official Speak Out event Feb. 25 in Malcolm X Plaza. Members of several campus organizations performed spoken word poetry to address current social issues and express what inspires them and their organizations.
Hundreds of students cried "On strike, shut it down," fists raised to the sky as they marched through Malcolm X Plaza while they passed police officers donning riot gear. This is what SF State looked like from November 1968 to March 1969.
Nearly 50 years have passed since
An attempted robbery was reported to University Police near the main entrance of the library Saturday at 1:15 a.m., according to a University report.
A man reported being approached by an unknown male suspect as he was walking on the inner campus pathway near the J. Paul Leonard Library
Amid the anti-police brutality movement and Black Lives Matter protests in the United States, an SF State student organization is zeroing in on tracking abusive officer activity and increased police accountability for misconduct.
The Black & Brown Liberation Coalition is an organization created to combat racism and
Blue and yellow flags colored the streets as thousands of people swarmed through downtown Oakland Feb. 7 to demand the end of structural fracturing, otherwise known as fracking, in California.
The March for Real Climate Leadership, organized by a broad coalition of groups around the state, called on
Bayview residents voiced their support for the possible SF State Hunters Point campus expansion Jan. 31 at the Bayview YMCA Community Room.
SF State hosted an open forum for members of the Bayview community to discuss how neighbors can benefit from the potential campus extension at the Hunters