SF State currently has no psychiatrist on staff to write prescriptions for students despite yearly increases to the student health fee to increase mental health staff and services.
SF State students lobbied the administration in 2012 to raise the mandatory student health fee to increase mental health services
SF State's 22nd annual African American Health Fair departed from the event in years past Tuesday, widening the scope of the event to focus on the social health issues that affect the black community. The
ran the event, which was held at Jack Adams Hall and was open to
The first time Daniela Morales met Francesca, a preschooler in the Tenderloin, she learned about the young girl's fascination with birds and how she would give them names and make up stories about them. In return, Morales has developed a story for Francesca.
"My story is about this little bird, Francesca, whose family is a
Between commuting to school, running errands and recreational riding, it is not unusual for student Jan Peña to peddle 100 miles a week on his bike. Having an analysis system fastened to his face while a team of students measure his heart beat and rate of perceived exertion while he cycles, however,
SF State President Leslie E. Wong lifted the ban on University-funded travel to Indiana Friday.
The lift of the ban would take effect immediate, Wong said in a mass email. Wong implemented the ban last month in protest to the state's religious freedom laws.
"I believe that statements made by
An SF State alumna is the youngest candidate in the running for the Bay Area chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's annual Woman of the Year award.
LLS's national fundraising competition, which officially awards both Man and Woman of the Year, recognizes candidates who raise as much money as they can
The former owner of an environmental waste disposal firm that contracted with SF State was sentenced to nearly four years in prison Thursday.
Stephen Cheung, 49, pleaded guilty to more than 100 counts of bribing a former university official with a Volvo automobile and monetary payments
In the midst of experiencing one of its biggest development booms in history, with commercial real estate prices up 90 percent, the Building Owners and Managers Association of San Francisco found themselves in a quandary-- there was no one to run the buildings once they were built.
According to BOMA SF Foundation, one of
When the phone rings at Mozzeria, the Mission pizzeria owned by SF State alumna Melody Stein and her husband Russ, it doesn't make any sound. Instead, strategically positioned lights, located above the front door and along the bar flash in color-coded pulses.
It's one of the many ways technology
SF State President Leslie E. Wong issued a statement Monday banning university-funded travel to Indiana in response to that state's recent religious freedom legislation.
No SF State funds will be appropriated to support employee or student travel, according to a mass email sent by Wong to faculty, staff and students. Travel authorized prior to
A line of students snaked across the quad near Malcolm X Plaza Wednesday as the University handed out 1,899 free root beer floats in honor of the University's Founders Day.
[caption id="attachment_64342" align="alignleft" width="500"] SF State celebrates Founders Day, a holiday commemorating the Establishment of the University in
The fragrant smell of eggplant in garlic sauce and pork buns hung in the air, drifting through the red lanterns strung from the ceiling of Jack Adams Hall. Branches suspended by fishing wire sported delicate tissue paper cherry blossoms and a single written New Year's wish: "That we can find
SF State released applications Tuesday for designated off-campus housing that will carve out space for student veterans, according University officials.
For the first time, the University offered a community dedicated to veterans, which will launch with residential opportunities for six qualified applicants, located at University Park North, Vice President of
SF State alumna Elinor Armer, a world-renowned pianist, composer and teacher, is celebrating her 75th birthday with a series of jubilee concerts throughout the Bay Area, including one held Feb. 26 at Knuth Hall.
Armer, who received her masters of arts in composition at SF State, is the founder
Craft beer flowed heavily as approximately 2,500 people gathered for the sold-out 2015 San Francisco Beer Week opening night gala at Fort Mason Center Friday Feb. 6.
Participating bars, breweries, restaurants and vendors from Santa Cruz to Santa Rosa offered nearly 800 single-day and ongoing Bay
Today's television is quickly evolving, reflecting a change in society's attitudes involving LGBT issues. One of the most groundbreaking of these programs is "Transparent," Amazon’s widely lauded foray into the streaming genre. After watching the show, however, it was difficult to reconcile the show’s praise with
Muslim and non-Muslim women across the globe united Feb. 1 for the third annual World Hijab Day, an international event designed as an open invitation to don the hijab in order to dispel misconceptions surrounding the headscarf.
The hijab is a traditional covering for the hair and