Black and white archival footage of students marching, with fists held high, captures the racially-charged conditions on college campuses in the late 1960s in a new documentary that made its Bay Area premiere at Castro Theatre May 15. The film focuses on the student-led demonstrations
Next week will spark a campus-wide discussion about consent, sexual violence, survivor support and students’ rights on campus, with Consent Week taking place in the Cesar Chavez Student Center.
Associated Students, Inc. will be hosting Consent Week Feb. 15-19. The events are a collaboration among the
The resiliency of the Filipino people will be celebrated in the Associated Students’ Art Gallery during a new exhibit in honor of the 30th anniversary month of the People Power Revolution of the Philippines. The exhibit will highlight the role that art and culture played
Tourists shiver with cold as they huddle in line, waiting to be shepherded onto the boat and take their seats. They snap pictures of the Bay as the boat departs and SF State senior Josh Scerri steers them toward the infamous Alcatraz.
Scerri has worked with Alcatraz
SF State will be getting a new statue in the near future as a part of 2015's Senior Class Gift campaign.
The statue, which has been dubbed the Gator Spirit Statue, will be a 10-foot bronzed gator featuring engraved plaques that can be purchased by current
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="371"] A sign located outside the front door of Versa Indoor Cycling & Fitness is owned by SF State alumna Tia Kilpatrick, in San Francisco, Calif. Thursday, Oct. 22. (Melissa Minton / Xpress)[/caption]
With a master’s degree in history and an extensive background
Draped wall to wall in cobwebs, caution tape and skeletons, SF State’s gym was transformed into a Halloween-themed arena Friday night. Six costumed dodgeball teams competed with one goal in mind: to knock each other out of the tournament and slide into the finals.
Laid-back, easygoing vibes came to life with the colors of a waterfront sunset when SF State freshman Michael Ihle created one of his favorite designs on the back of a T-shirt.
Ihle is a first year business major and Bay Area native from Concord whose idea
Diverse crowds, bands and food trucks filled Golden Gate Park with the sounds of good music this weekend for the 15th annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival.
With over 100 artists performing on seven different stages, the festival has grown tremendously since its opening in 2001, when
Equipped with an arsenal of coding skills, a killer wardrobe and delicious fresh-baked goods, Kelsey O'Brien, an SF State apparel design and merchandising graduate, is an unapologetic fashion blogger whose popular website "Blondes and Bagels" wholly personifies her cheekiness and sass.
O’Brien describes her blog as a “happy