22 May 2014

Two students chosen as hood recipients expected to speak at graduation

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

Leslie Bock shaves strips of clay to for her continuous master thesis piece on Saturday, May 10. Her current inspiration is the landscape she passes on I-280 as she drives up from her home in San Jose. Photo by Lorisa Salvatin / Xpress
18 May 2014

A clay exhibit that took ‘1350 Hours, conservatively’ is featured in the Fine Arts Gallery

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

07 May 2014

‘Movement in Paper’ exhibit shares the simplicity in origami with students

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

07 May 2014

Be organic: you are what you eat

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

29 Apr 2014

SF State’s first gospel choir celebrates 10 years with anniversary concert

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

21 Apr 2014

‘Sweet Ride’ exhibit urges students to bike to campus

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

DJ Marcus Lambley releases balloons to the crowd during his set at the second annual Campus DJ battle at The Depot Tuesday, April 8. Lambley, along with three other SF State students, competed against DJs from around the Bay Area to win a a ticket to Hollywood to compete in the National DJ battle in June.
09 Apr 2014

SF State’s own wins spot at nationals for top collegiate DJ competition

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.

Dante Moreci taking a picture of the wall of selfies at the Art Gallery at SF State on the opening night of the "SELFIE" exhibit Thursday, April 3. Photo by Jenny Sokolova / Xpress
07 Apr 2014

Selfie pop-up exhibit makes students a part of the gallery

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

29 Mar 2014

SF State wind ensemble performance raises funds for Bay Area Women Against Rape

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

18 Mar 2014

‘Troubling Borders’ anthology shares stories of Asian American women through art, literature

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

12 Mar 2014

Textile artist creates artwork from garbage

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

Progressive Proof
26 Feb 2014

“Progressive Proof” printmaking exhibit is art made entirely of paper

[set_id=72157641542988655] 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

Greg Tate, a writer and musician, answers a students 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. Photo by Gavin McIntyre / Xpress
21 Feb 2014

African-American journalist Greg Tate speaks on Afrofuturism

In celebration of Black History Month, SF State’s College of Ethnic Studies featured Greg Tate, an African-American journalist and musician, as a speaker to 65 students and five faculty members

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19 Feb 2014

Chamber music festival honors world-renowned violinist Yehudi Menuhin

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

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, Feb. 7. Slinkert and Gonzales are students in the Exhibition Design class responsible for displaying the works. Photo by Tony Santos / Xpress
11 Feb 2014

Female-focused printmaking exhibit to open on campus

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