After four years of hard work and perseverance, first-generation college student Esther Landaverde will proudly take the stage at SF State’s 2018 graduation ceremony where she will receive her bachelor’s degree in environmental studies, with an emphasis in social justice and sustainability.
Landaverde was born
The California Faculty Association is advocating the importance of mental health on California State University campuses with a traveling art display called Tissues for Issues.
Throughout the month of May, Tissues for Issues will be making single day stops at various CSU campuses to highlight
Cinco de Mayo is a highly anticipated day that is celebrated among Americans all across the U.S.
Despite the holiday’s popularity, however, some feel it fails to truly embody the historical moment where Mexico fought against oppression in La Batalla de Puebla and instead continues to
SF State’s Associated Students Inc. gathered at Jack Adams Hall on Thursday, April 27 to award scholarship recipients and recognize the vigorous efforts of student-run organizations on campus.
ASI President, Jackie Foley, awarded 30 students with a scholarship of $1,000 each at the start of
SF State University Police hosted an interactive seminar last week to build awareness within SF State faculty and staff about active shooters.
Lieutenant Wailun Shiu opened up the seminar by asking crowd members what they valued in their lives and asked them to keep that on their
SF State has integrated three levels of training around campus to educate the student body and faculty on proper ways to protect themselves against an active shooter.
According to Everytown research, there have been more than 300 school shootings since 2013, which roughy averages out to
Maya Angelou was known for her poetry and activism but very few know of her summer in San Francisco as the first woman of color to be hired as a street railway conductor.
The impact of her art and hardships are remembered by people such as
On March 4 in the J. Paul Leonard Library, SF State will conduct the last of three hearings to remove the impaction status on Environmental Studies, Apparel Design and Merchandising, Child and Adolescent Development and Dietetics majors for the 2019-2020 school year.
According to the CSU
[caption id="attachment_80415" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Simone Reynolds practices her javelin-throwing form at the track field at SF State on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018. (Travis Wesley/Golden Gate Xpress)[/caption]
SF State’s women’s track and field team attributes this season’s steady success to hard work and calm minds.
After returning from