[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Lea Lunden, soon-to-be SF State psychology graduate, stands in the Jerry Garcia Amphitheater in McLaren Park. This amphitheater is the alternate location for the psychology department's graduation on Saturday, May 25 for SF State psychology students. This graduation, thought up and
The collapse of a Bangladeshi garment factory building, which produced American and European retail clothing, reverberated around the world. The tragedy left 1127 low-wage workers dead and thousands injured caused by neglect of safety standards by building owners.
SF State recently identified its connection to this
A woman dressed in red robes raised an urn of lit incense up to the sky to guide the young man’s spirit into the afterlife.
Buddhist nuns chanted prayers as more than 200 mourners in the memorial hall of McAvoy O’Hara Evergreen Mortuary walked to the
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="A University Police officer walks out of the Creative Arts Building holding a shoe box after a reported bomb threat on Monday, April 22, 2013 and put it in his trunk and drove away. Afterwards, the students where let back in
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="SF State student Christopher Valentino receives his award in the outstanding student leader category from President Leslie E. Wong at the Dean of Students Leadership Awards at the Seven Hills Conference Center on Thursday, April 18, 2013. Photo by Samantha Benedict
Friends, colleagues and loved ones celebrated disability activist and SF State professor Paul Longmore's life and works at the University's downtown campus in a series of speeches titled "Mischievous Entanglements: The Embodied Histories of Paul K. Longmore — Scholar, Teacher, Activist."
The SF State history department
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Lea Lunden, a psychology major, says the price is too high, at 85 dollars per ticket, for her and her family to attend her department's graduaton celebration that will be held on the Hornblower— a local yacht in San Francisco. Photo
Expensive graduation ceremony fees are the newest topic of SF State intrigue in the Bay Area news scene after the San Francisco Chronicle broke the story April 1, that a family of five in the psychology department would need to pay $425, or $85 per person to
Editor's Note: Though this article contains general details about a meeting in the Counseling and Psychological Services Department on campus, all meetings are confidential. None of the quotes that appear in this article are from any meeting. The quotes from Bo Aleanav are from a phone
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Design and industry professor, Silvan Linn, guides students on a computer-aided drafting assignment on Monday, March 11, 2013 in a technical drawing 2 class. Photo by Gabriella Gamboa / Xpress."][/caption]
For SF State biology major Heather Smith, 33, a passion for health
UPDATE March 5
[caption id="attachment_41670" align="alignright" width="259" caption="A screenshot of the final posts on the SFSU Confessions Facebook page."][/caption]
The SFSU Confessions page which was scrolled and shared by thousands of SF State students shut down Sunday night, as the page administrator's fear of legal battles grew.
Editor's note: Due to the possible punitive action SF State could take against the administrator of the “SFSU Confessions” page were his/her identity revealed, we have decided to keep the administrator’s identity anonymous. We will hereto refer to them as “The Admin,” and use a
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="SFPD Officer Pheng interviews Nao Funada, a computer science major, who had her Android phone snatched from her at a bus stop on 19th and Holloway Avenues. A bystander nearby chased after the thieves, who eventually got away in a four
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Crescencio Reyes puts new floors into the rooms downstairs in the Creative Arts building at SF State. This shows damage from the flood created by a broken pipe on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013. Total flood damages near $800,000 as numerous repairs
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Michael Perry, 26, took seven years to graduate from SF State and since then has used his entrepreneurial spirit to create the Gving App, an iPhone and Android application helping out local businesses by rewarding loyal customers. Photo by Frank Leal
Activism is in the air at SF State, as a group of students gathered in the Ethnic Studies Hall earlier this evening to brainstorm ways to save their sister school, City College of San Francisco.
City College was recently put on sanction by the Accrediting Commission
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City College of San Francisco student Mireya Leon graduated from high school only a few months ago, but she already has a dream: Transferring to SF State to study music therapy.
“I want to heal people with my music,” Leon said. “Music has the
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Cassidy Barrington, center, director of the Queer Resource Center, talks with Heather Russell, left, and partner, Tobi Harper, right, at the Queer Resource Center's office that is shared with ASI EROS in the Cesar Chavez Student Center Monday, January 28, 2013.