After professor and Vice President of Administration and Finance Dr. Leroy Morishita announced his departure from SF State April 19, the search for his successor has ended — if not temporarily.
Nancy Hayes, dean of SF State’s College of Business, will succeed the outgoing Morishita and
When college students across the country wear their university-emblazoned apparel, it is a safe bet that many of them don't think about who sews it together.
Maritza Vargas, who has been employed with Alta Gracia, a collegiate apparel manufacturing company from the Dominican Republic, for the
In 1996, a SF State fraternity created Multicultural AIDS Awareness Day to educate students about the disease.
Fifteen years later, AIDS still exists, but the dedication to awareness has made education more widely available to the SF State community and CSU campuses.
In an attempt to educate
California voters may soon have the opportunity to relieve the burden of the California State University system – or further asphyxiate it. A possible upcoming California special election could cause further budget problems for SF State and the cash-strapped California State University system.
Gov. Jerry Brown
Blocked paths, exposed pipes, and ditches have been inconveniencing many students who walk between the Humanities building and the Village at Centennial Square.
However, all of the holes and incessant drilling are part of a bigger project: the campus utilities extension project located between the Humanities
Dyke. Homo. Faggot.
The sharp stings of each single word resonate to create deep emotional scars that can dictate a lifetime.
In an effort to ease the pain of homophobic bullying, Dan Savage, an openly gay LGBT activist and journalist, has shone a hopeful light to the
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For the most determined of
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A true entertainer is in no need of
Dressed in traditional regalia, various children got a taste of their heritage Saturday when they accompanied their elders in performing intricate dances and singing as part of a daylong event to celebrate women in Native American society.
“It’s great seeing the kids get pride and satisfaction
March 2, 2011 will most likely be remembered as the ‘Day of Little Action.’
This year's Day of Action to save public education across California garnered some attention, but did not draw huge crowds at campuses statewide as expected—and SF State was no exception to the
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In response to a
Dildos, anal beads(NSFW), and fleshlights(NSFW) replaced textbooks, binders and planners at the Got Sex Toys? workshop where students learned the ins and outs of self-pleasure and proper sex toy utilization.
The workshop, held in the Cesar Chavez Student Center Tuesday, was sponsored by the Educational and
Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak’s monumental decision to relinquish his 30 years of dictatorial power on Feb. 11 is bigger than you may think.
In the world’s most volatile region, millions of Egyptians took to the streets and brilliantly utilized the power of protest to topple
A prison record is a blemish for anyone, but for participants in Project Rebound, the path to a better life starts at SF State.
Project Rebound, a branch of Associated Students, Inc. which seeks to assimilate recently released prison inmates into the SF State community, held
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The 57th Street Gallery in Oakland opened its doors for a night of diverse artists
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In light of the upcoming tax season, students
Welcome to another semester at SF State.
Only this time, the typical dread of ending the month-long winter holiday and going back to school should be the least of your worries.
If you protested rising student fees and the lack of class options in past years, then