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It’s one thing to recall a moment of
The United Black Student Unions of California Northern Region Conference hosted 250 students at SF State. Highlights included a welcome by Dr. Kenneth Monteiro, who is dean of the College of Ethnic Studies and the Black Family Pledge, the singing of the Black National Anthem,
San Franciscans majoring in technology and IT fields at SF State have new reason to be hopeful that they will avoid joining others in the unemployment line.
Through a grant program launched in March, San Francisco will be working with local tech companies and educational resources, such
As a way to continue its legacy of community outreach, the SF State Black Student Union will be hosting 250 BSU students from Northern California high schools on campus Nov. 17 for the Black Student Union Northern Region Conference.
The annual conference is sponsored by United
San Francisco Supervisor's City Operations and Neighborhood Services committee voted 3-0 in favor of sending a proposed public nudity ban to the Board of Supervisors.
District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener proposed the ban of public nudity in parks, plazas and on public transportation, citing concern in
The SAFE Place and other SF State sexual and relationship health educators are getting the word out about domestic violence and sexual assault on campus.
Today marks the fifth year that The SAFE Place has sponsored Walk in Her Heels—a campus event that raises awareness about
Race and Resistance Studies students engaged with Muslim women about their lives in Islam and misconceptions about Muslim women by the West during a workshop on women in Islam, Tuesday afternoon.
“If you really looked into the history of Islam, you’d find lots of strong women,” guest panelist
Ahmina James hopes to dispel misconceptions and share her Islamic beliefs with fellow students during Islamic Awareness Week at SF State.
“Instead of listening and asking questions, people are participating and doing,” said James, who is a senior political science major and the dawah coordinator, Islamic
The College of Ethnic Studies celebrated its 43rd anniversary by honoring six community leaders and five SF State student leaders on Oct. 7 at Yoshi’s Jazz Club and Japanese Restaurant in San Francisco.
Attendees were treated to live jazz by a quartet, solos by Lawrence Beaman from America’s Got
"Pedagogy of the Oppressed," "A House on Mango Street," "Beloved" and Catcher in the Rye" were student favorites shared during Read Out held in the Cesar Chavez Student Center Tuesday, Oct. 2, to mark the 30th anniversary of Banned Books Week.
“It's a way of getting information out,” about not only
The beginning of each semester brings new students from various backgrounds. SF State students speak a variety of languages and represent all nationalities and races. At first glance, one might even think it represents the state demographics. When looking at the numbers, however, a disheartening