31 Oct 2012

"Kink!" workshop demonstrates safety within BDSM community

About 100 students broadened their knowledge on a different kind of pleasure in the Rosa Parks Conference room in the Cesar Chavez Student Center. In a delicate, yet open manner,

30 Oct 2012

Violent World Series celebrations for Giants' win lead to multiple charges

The World Series celebration Sunday night resulted in 35 arrests, according to the District Attorney’s Office. After a night of fires, Muni buses being destroyed and rowdy crowds encountering the

23 Oct 2012

Creative Arts Building to undergo major overhaul

Creativity can flourish anywhere, but it’s better in a brand new building. A 242,000 square-foot modern facility is in the works to replace the outdated Creative Arts Building, which was

02 Oct 2012

SF State library provides haven for ancient documents

The vault that sits on the sixth floor of the J. Paul Leonard Library is more like a hidden treasure to students than a well-known resource. Rows upon rows of

26 Sep 2012

Students First generates private donations for SF State students

Additional funding for a college student can mean the difference between focusing on academics and procuring financial security by means of extra work. The Students First campaign is trying to lessen

19 Sep 2012

PHOTOS: SF State student residents express creativity through window art

Just days after writing the famous “Mean Girls” catch-phrase “You go Glen Coco” with sticky notes on their dorm room window, three SF State roommates were shocked to find out

12 Sep 2012

SF State to seek title of Hispanic-Serving Institution for additional funding

In an effort to bolster diminishing financial support from the state, SF State is hoping to to gain access to federal funds by using data to prove its diversity, as

09 Sep 2012

State's budget crunch means enrollment freeze for new Cal State University students

This spring, only a fraction of the usual number of new students will appear on California State University campuses. All 23 campuses in the system plan to limit admissions for

31 Aug 2012

Lecture series at SF State provides critical analysis of presidential election

Politically minded students gathered Thursday night in an auditorium on campus to watch Mitt Romney’s acceptance speech followed by a discussion led by two SF State professors who broke-down the