Six students from each of the academic colleges at SF State were named hood recipient for undergraduates, two of which will speak at the commencement ceremony Sat, May 24.
To be chosen as a hood recipient, an outstanding student with a unique story and an ambitious
Not many artists are able to push beyond the boundaries as Leslie Bock does. She molds, weaves and sculpts basic art materials into something beyond what most art fanatics will initially recognize as “art” today.
[caption id="attachment_58755" align="alignnone" width="600"] Leslie Bock shaves strips of clay to
Living in a modern world students have so much more at their fingertips that without thinking they can transform a simple sheet of paper into a three dimensional origami art work that has been an age old tradition in the Japanese culture for many generations.
While waiting in a drive-thru, many people don’t consider the bad choices they are making when it comes to eating underpriced, bad quality foods on an everyday basis. If they made the decision to eat organic foods, the benefits are priceless.
“Sales of organic food have
Ten years in the making, SF State’s first gospel choir’s anniversary concert featured returning alumni alongside a new group of talented student singers. The campus got its own taste of church with a night of dancing and singing along SF State’s own Gospel Gators choir
Dodging in and out of a crowded 19th Avenue can be a terrifying experience for a bicyclist. There are buses, trains, cars flipping U-turns and college kids and high schoolers all sharing the roads and sidewalks. The organizers of the “Sweet Ride” exhibit want to
Just as a knight prepares for battle with his sword, a DJ prepares with their beats. In the end, there can only be one student left standing.
Associated Students, Inc. held part two of the fourth annual Rhythms and Music Festival Tuesday, April 8, hosting SF
The selfie pop-up exhibit was a unique and fun experience for students and faculty to pop in and view this new trend that has taken on self-expression and art for students who contributed to the exhibit.
The atmosphere was casual with chatting, a taco bar and
One of the most disturbing parts of life is when a nightmare turns into a reality. In one young girl's case, her reality was a high school party rape that ripped her apart from the person she once was.
“Dreams Haunt Me,” a world premiere piece,
Stillness in the air cast a gloomy scene, as Christilily Chiv shared heartbreaking and painful words of her family’s life before coming to America. A small gathering of students sat patiently, listening to three other womens' painful past lives living under a diaspora.
The Poetry Center, Asian American
Hands are a textile crafter's most important tool. With each grab, flick and pull, even the slightest flaw could put his work in the trash. His hands are what make each item, from quilts to fabric pieces, different from every other mass-produced item for sale
Looking at the art pieces at the Progressive Proof’s opening reception, you wouldn't believe they were made out of paper. Curator and Assistant Professor Susan Belau put on the art exhibition at the Fine Arts Gallery to showcase nine women artists that will be at
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Greg Tate, a writer and musician, answers a student's question on the state of hip-hop at an event held by the Africana Studies department, on black arts and Afrofuturism, in SF State's Ethnic Studies and Psychology building, Monday, Feb. 17th, 2014.
Paul Yarbrough, artistic director, speaks to the audience of the Yehudi Menuhin Chamber Music Seminar and Festival Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014 in Knuth Hall. Photo by Ryan Leibrich / Xpress
As the lights dimmed in Knuth Hall on Sunday, the last night of the Yehudi
Senior art history major Mary Slinkert (left) and Maricelle Gonzales, senior studio art major (right), assemble letters to form phrases which will be placed on the floor as part of an exhibit in the Printmaking Show in the Fine Arts Building Room 238 Friday,