Growing up in a household filled with musicians, SF state communication major Quyne Vu was bound to pick up the music gene.
Her mother, Theresa Nguyen, sings and plays the piano, her father, Anthony Vu plays the guitar and her brother, Ken Joseph Vu enjoys playing
A campus power outage led to several servers being down, wifi out, flickering lights and canceled classes on SF State’s campus on Thursday, Nov. 29.
The campus-wide power outage began at 1 p.m due to an unknown cause, and the campus was closed effective at
The Experimental College is being restarted within the political science department this fall semester with four courses being taught by students.
This pilot revival program was inspired by the college’s first run at SF State back in 1968, where students designed courses that they wanted to
The Superfest film festival continues to change the perception of disability through the lenses of film.
As it kicks off on Nov. 4 in Berkeley, it becomes the longest running disability film festival in the world since it got its start in 1970.
It’s hosted by SF
Beles, the prickly fruit and summer favorite in the horn of the African country Eritrea, can withstand droughts and blossom in various types of land structures, mimicking the uniqueness of SF State’s cinema major, Sam Gebremiche.
Gebremiche, who also plays right wing for the soccer team,
As a ‘90s kid, I grew up watching the Walt Disney channel.
My favorite show, which was set in San Francisco, was “That’s So Raven.”
It resonated with me because she was one of the few actresses on my favorite network that looked like me.
Swapping out bacon, burgers, and cheese for other sources of protein like tofu and nuts tends to raise a few eyebrows.
Several SF State students who have adopted a vegan lifestyle have dealt with the uncomfortable conversations when explaining their choice to change their diet.
***Additional reporting by Travis Wesley***
Black smoke was seen coming out of the chimney of the Russian consulate in San Francisco earlier today, a day after the Trump administration directed the closure of the building after tension between the United States and Russia heightened.
Firefighters were dismissed