Students and faculty got a chance to experience some of their favorite recreational activities in a different way yesterday, at SF State’s first Accessible Adventure Day.
Alfredo Andrade, a kinseology major, gets a hands on experience on what it's like to be a wheelchair-user while
SF State overhauled its 35-year-old General Education requirements and will begin next Fall with a new system that doesn’t include segments 1, 2, and 3. The change will not affect students who are currently enrolled.
Incoming freshman and transfer students will not see segments 1, 2
History and comic books may seem like an unlikely pair; that's why history professor Trevor Getz prefers the term "scholarly graphic novel" to define his work so far.
[caption id="attachment_57548" align="aligncenter" width="600"][media-credit name="Tony Santos" align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit]Professor of History Trevor Getz, poses in front of scenes from
Growing up in India, SF State nursing student Sudha Saravanan witnessed a need for medical aid — and a shortage of people who could give it.
After immigrating to the United States 17 years ago Saravanan decided to pursue a career in nursing, ignoring the dissenting voices
Lan Yan filmmakers, Pawara Soh, Jamie Oliveira, Danielle Schmidt, Sany Lu, and Lena Zeng in the seats of the Sundance Kabuki CInema for CAAMFest 2014 Sunday, Mar. 16. Their film Lan Yan will be screening at New People Cinema March 17. Photo by Lorisa
Sophomore Kinesology major Rodney Torres boards a 28 bus at the bus stop at the top of campus on 19th Avenue heading toward Fort Mason Monday, March 10. Photo by Tony Santos / Xpress
The SFMTA is making changes to the 28 and 28L bus
SF State’s GreenHouse Playwriting program received a $10,000 grant that will give five MFA students their first step into the professional world of theatre.
GreenHouse is an independent theatre production program run by SF State playwriting undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty from both
Cinema lecturer Scott Boswell stands in the film equipment room on the fourth floor of the Fine Arts Building Monday, Feb. 17. Photo by Tony Santos / Xpress
An SF State cinema lecturer has embarked on a new film project that tells the unfamiliar story
Food aficionados can rejoice Feb. 11 at the reopening of SF State’s only fine dining establishment, the Vista Room.
The Vista Room, located on the top floor of Burk Hall, is an escape from SF State’s usual grub spots. The restaurant has soft lighting, polished silverware
Provided by Pam Su
SF State is on its way to becoming one of the many California State Universities with a full-service recreation center by 2018.
Students have financed the Recreation Wellness Center’s planning, design and future construction since Fall 2012 through a $90 fee included