First responders received a call shortly after 10 a.m. Thursday morning from staff in the Humanities Building reporting a medical emergency.
One faculty member, who did not want to be named, described her colleague as having stroke-like symptoms as she frantically attempted to get the attention
Backlit by the commanding city views atop the Metreon center, the SF State hospitality and tourism management department hosted the 19th annual Taste of the Bay fundraiser for a night of local wine, food and charity.
The student-run event brought alumni, students and industry professionals together
Ten poets wielded their words as weapons in the fight for a spot in the College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational Tuesday at 7 p.m. in The Poetry Center.
Spoken Poetry Expressed By All Kinds, or SPEAK, holds the annual event in search of the five best
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="782"] Graffiti in the men’s bathroom in the Humanities Building Monday, Nov. 16, 2015. (Angelica Williams / Xpress)[/caption]
On the north side of 19th and Holloway avenues, several large graffiti pieces were buffed off of the stone wall, leaving behind blurry streaks of
Shrouded in the dappled moonlight that filtered though the eucalyptus trees in John McLaren Park, a crowd of more than 80 people swayed to the acoustic sounds of a guitar. Coordinated by the Secret Show Society, Saturday night's concert is part of the larger trend of
In a studio furnished with beds, cabinets of sex toys and movable set walls, adult performer Nikki Darling stood in front of a camera clad in a blue sports bra and black spandex shorts, playing out the script that involved masturbation training.
"If there's anyone who can masturbate for 48 hours
One week to produce a five minute film. That was the criterion given to 89 SF State film teams to make a movie, with a $100,000 prize and a chance to gain exposure to an international audience on the line.
The Campus Movie Fest wrapped up
Made up of equal parts marijuana smoke, dust and excitement, the Sutro Caves filled with more than 50 people itching to see an SF State film student's first full-length skate film "Get Yo Freak On" Thursday.
After two and a half years of filming, SF State
The world's largest student film festival, Campus MovieFest, returned to SF State Sept. 30 as part of its 16th annual world tour. Wednesday marked the start of a week-long scramble for contenders to produce and craft a five-minute long film by Oct. 6.
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The Poetry Center on the fifth floor on the Humanities Building transforms Monday nights from a quiet sanctuary of thoughts into an animated community of friends and aspiring writers called “The Velvet Revolution Reading Series.”
Since 2004, poets and writers, students and professors, have met on
The illustrious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art opened its doors to 11 students from the U.S. and one from Canada. Through the Performing Arts Abroad program, SF State theatre majors Allison Doody and Danielle Schreiner were selected to participate in RADA’s comprehensive dramatic arts seminar