SF State students continue to face a lack of diversity in science departments despite a recent increase in graduation rates for underrepresented minority students.
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[media-credit name="Tate Drucker/Xpress" align="alignright" width="373"][/media-credit] Rama Kased poses for a portrait at SF State on Monday, May 15, 2017.
Several SF State alumni were part of the team that won the acclaimed Pulitzer Prize earlier this month for breaking news coverage of the Ghost Ship fire for the East Bay Times.
The fire broke out in December of last year at a warehouse party
Local scientists, educators and students filled Market Street for the March for Science on Earth Day to support funding, literacy and diversity in science.
The idea to organize the March for Science began in Washington D.C. in late January and spread throughout the world in more
Last year when I went to the Cherry Blossom Festival in San Francisco, the first thing that caught my eye was a girl dressed in an anime costume wearing a colorful wig and dancing on a small stage. I stopped and stared, and then found
The SF State Wind Ensemble debuted "Into the forge! Music of Earth, Death, Metal, Fire & Oil," on March 14, 2017 at Knuth Hall in the Creative Arts Building. The wind ensemble holds auditions at the beginning of each semester and is open to current
SF State alumnus Gary Austin, whose work inspired comedians such as Helen Hunt, Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig, died on April 1 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles at age 75 after losing a battle with cancer, according to Variety.
Austin graduated from SF State
Correction: The print version of this article states incorrectly that Airi Furuuchi is currently in the U.S. with an H-1B visa. Furuuchi plans to apply for this type of visa.
Some academic programs and employment for international students may be at risk as the premium processing
Project Censored - SF State hosted a forum to talk with students about the importance of confronting “fake news” in today’s society.
The organization encourages students and faculty to rethink the idea of what news is and develop critical thinking skills to do so.
Kenn Burrows, Project
Next fall, SF State will open a Center of Iranian Diaspora Studies to promote information and research on Iranian culture — a project largely made possible with a generous donation from an alumna.
Neda Nobari, an SF State alumna and Iranian-American philanthropist, donated $5 million to
The Museum of Modern Arts of New York and the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco honor SF State alumna and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Emiko Omori this month for her films based on the life of Japanese Americans confined to internment camps during World War
Gloria Watkins, famously known as “bell hooks,” addressed the issues of feminism under the current political climate during her first visit in 15 years to SF State Monday. The well-known African American scholar of intersectionality of race and gender attracted more than 530 people, exceeding
SF State is offering new courses to give students a different approach to developing critical thinking skills this semester: Comics and zombies.
Nick Sousanis, an award-winning graphic novelist, is teaching two new comics courses in the humanities department, including Making Comics in Liberal Studies and Comics
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Vibrant melodies echoed throughout Jack Adams Hall, as Shura Taylor snapped strings of a traditional Chinese instrument, the guzheng, at the SF State Chinese Flagship Program Chinese New Year celebration on Friday.
An estimated 170 people filled the room with both applause and