[caption id="attachment_62133" align="aligncenter" width="1024"][media-credit name="Amanda Peterson / Xpress" align="aligncenter" width="1024"][/media-credit] Lauren Levin reads a poem of her own titled "Leak" inspired by Anne Boyer's writing at a Poetry reading in honor of Boyer at Ruth's Table in the Mission District, Saturday, Dec. 6. [/caption]
Dominique Turner, a third year Africana studies major at SF State, prides herself on her African American culture and her gender.
Turner had an opportunity to express her pride in the 2nd annual Runway Show and Salsa Party in honor of the women of SF State.
The mind of a typical college student is racing with questions like, "How am I going to pay my rent this month?", "Where am I going to get my next meal?" and "What is the cheapest way I can get to and from school this
A cloud of marijuana smoke, a sea of dancing bodies and live, non-stop music engulfed Treasure Island this past weekend at the eighth annual Treasure Island Music Festival.
The two-day music festival, known for its non-overlapping music sets and stunning views of the San Francisco Bay,
An intimate group, comprised of formerly incarcerated individuals, art gallery employees and a couple of SF State students, gathered on campus to discuss racial disparities and unjust treatment in the California prison system.
The group gathered in the Cesar Chavez Student Center Art Gallery Thursday evening
Outkast and Massive Attack are headlining at the eighth annual Treasure Island Music Festival and if you are attending, there is no way you’ll be able to miss either performance, because this Festival prides itself on having no overlapping sets.
The Festival is an annual event
In a crowd full of nakedness, accompanied by a sea of leather, live whippings and ball gags, nothing can compare to San Francisco’s Folsom Street Fair.
The largest fetish and leather fair in the world hit the SF streets for the 30th year in a row
The sound of indie rock music and mouthwatering scents from multiple food vendors filled the air as hundreds gathered in the United Nations Plaza in preparation for a new twist on a Friday night entertainment.
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In the heart of San Francisco’s Tenderloin District, underground artists and theater junkies, including some from SF State, will have the opportunity to do what they love at the 23rd annual SF Fringe Festival.
[caption id="attachment_59392" align="alignnone" width="800"][media-credit id=197 align="alignnone" width="800"][/media-credit]Amanda Ortmayer hangs the finishing touches
For the third year in a row, current and former foster youth are offered a life-changing opportunity that will allow them to scale a 40,000 foot mountain.
Fostering Media Connections(FMC) is hosting a trip to Mount Shasta in support of current and former foster youth, giving
Ever wonder who decided a skinny frame, blond hair and clear skin was the ideal image of beauty? Ever wonder what influenced why you put those clothes on this morning? Well, it all started in 1966.
Lesley Lawson, more commonly known as Twiggy, was a mid-1960s
The official results of the 2014 Associated Students, Inc. Board of Directors election are in, and Kenneth Collins will serve as the new ASI President.
“We are the voice of students,” said Collins. “If we’re not getting their voices, we’re not doing our job.”
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Vegetables from SF State’s Sol Patch garden and farms’ within a 200-mile radius of campus, provided hundreds with a four-course, all-vegetarian lunch to enjoy Thursday, April 17.
The Sustainability Office partnered with the Environmentally Concerned Organization of Students (ECO Students) and Chartwells Dining Service to provide
Kenneth Collins was announced as the new ASI president this morning, April 12.
In addition to the presidential position, another 18 positions were announced including vice presidential positions and other representatives at large.
The voting capped off a week filled with events where the candidates could present
Eleven years ago more than 200 students, faculty and community members banded together at SF State to create a mural dedicated to Filipino culture and history.
Fast-forward to Thursday, April 3, 2014, to the 11th annual Filipino Community Mural Celebration Mula Sa Ugat, which means “from
Look no farther for great local food in the Bay Area — homegrown, organic fruits and vegetables from local farmers within a 250-mile radius will be brought in for an all-vegetarian, zero-waste "Farm to Fork" at SF State.
[caption id="attachment_57543" align="aligncenter" width="640"][media-credit name="Ryan Leibrich" align="aligncenter" width="640"][/media-credit](From left) Tyler Wescott,
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Phoenix Blume-Lease (left) and Lain Lease man the booth for The LGBT Youth Space from San Jose, Calif., one of the many organizations with booths set up at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention San Francisco Bay Area Chapter's Conference on
Picture this: California, the place we call home, ripped into six very distinctly different states. California is the only state that has everything anyone could ever want: amazing sunny weather, sandy beaches, the tallest Redwood trees in the world and of course, the movie stars.
The Cesar Chavez Student Center’s Art Gallery held a reception for “Black Power, Flower Power” Thursday, Jan. 6. The exhibit held Black Panther Party and Haight-Asbury photo collections from the 1960s.
All 200 photos displayed at the exhibit are the original copies taken by husband and wife,
Thousands of new laws came into effect at the start of the new year, some of which will affect SF State students.
More than 40,000 new laws and regulations were passed countrywide, 800 of which were in California alone. A handful of these new laws include minimum