It’s no secret that, these days, most people have a Facebook or Twitter account. Some people utilize the efficiency of the Internet for dating - and even sex. The Internet is the one of the biggest inventions in history and has changed everyone's life for
SF State student leaves the city cracking up with jokes that hit close to home. Zach Chiappellone, 24, gets his material from observing what goes on around him. "I'm a true believer fact is funnier than fiction," said Chiappellone. Keeping busy by performing stand-up all around
Faculty responded in record numbers two months ago to vote on three controversial options for the University’s college merger. Now, the administration is asking for an encore.
President Robert A. Corrigan and Provost Sue Rosser have asked the faculty to participate in another referendum following Corrigan’s
SF State student, Ethan "EMoney" Cohen is getting his chance at the big time by rapping his way to becoming a contestant on BET's famous Freestyle Friday.
"I went up there and blew the judges away," said Cohen. "Right off the bat they said, 'we want
SF State moved closer to victory in the National College Comedy Competition March 2, laughing off UC Santa Cruz at the Regional Rival Match.
"Our goal is to win this thing, but stand-up performances can be difficult to rank,” said Zach Chiappallone, one of the four
Sounds of Indian music flood SF State every week as the Dhamaka Dance Organization practices Bollywood-style dance in Malcom X Plaza. "DDO’s goal is not only to get recognition and perform at events, but also get a group of dancers together to have fun," said
CORRECTION: In a recently published article titled, "President Corrigan accepts 'six-plus-one' college merger," we attributed the first quote in the story to University spokeswoman Ellen Griffin. It was not Griffin who stated this, but a quote provided to Griffin by SF State President Robert A.