With the school year coming to an end, graduating students have a lot more on their plate than just finals and assignments.
Housing and the rising cost of living in the Bay Area are affecting students’ decisions about staying in San Francisco.
Robert J. Nava, vice
SF State’s annual Farm to Fork Lunch drew in a crowd of nearly 300 patrons hungry to eat and learn about locally-sourced and sustainable foods last week in the quad.
As part of Ideas Week for Future State, students and staff members purchased tickets for Tuesday’s
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[media-credit name="Tate Drucker/Xpress" align="alignleft" width="395"][/media-credit] Members of the NO! Refuse Fascism group sit outside the SF State library, inviting students and faculty to make signs for upcoming climate march. April 27, 2017.[/caption]
Members of Refuse Fascism made signs at SF State in preparation
More than 30 SF State students gathered together in the Towers Conference Center Monday night to help make blankets for the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland.
SF State Reslife partnered with Disney VoluntEARS, a worldwide organization that focuses on supporting children and families who need it
Kinks on Campus is a new student-run organization providing educational workshops, panel discussions and opportunities to build community through kinky sexuality.
The group was recognized by the Associated Students, Inc. as an official club during the Spring 2017 semester, finally joining Stanford University and University of
SF State’s annual Study Abroad Fair was held in the quad on Tuesday and Wednesday to highlight different countries students have the opportunity to study in as a part of their degree.
The two-day event gave students a chance to talk with their international peers about
Many SF State students will join the masses of travelers during next week’s vacation, but some will stay behind because they simply can’t afford it.
Around the country spring break has become a traditional rite of passage where many students head to the beach to relax,
For the seventh year in a row, SF State welcomed and celebrated Jewish culture.
SF Hillel organizes the annual weeklong event to encourage student involvement and create an environment where people can learn about Judaism.
The last week of February is used to showcase the diversity of
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[media-credit name="Alina Castillo / Xpress" align="alignleft" width="373"][/media-credit] Oki Sogumi presents her poetry at the SF State poetry center on Feb. 16, 2017 in San Francisco Calif.[/caption]
Continuing a 63-year weekly tradition, a group of 25 gathered at the Poetry Center in the Humanities
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[media-credit name="Amanda Davis" align="alignleft" width="374"][/media-credit] Angela Mak, an environmental studies major, teaches students basics of the Cantonese language at a language exchange class organized by international students in J. Paul Leonard Library, at San Francisco State University on Thursday, February 9, 2017.[/caption]
This Spring 2017, SF State welcomes 221 new international students from around the world who will study here for the next 6-to-12 months. Each student has chosen to attend SF State to experience firsthand what it’s like to study in America. View the interactive map
SF State’s International Relations Department held a memorial Saturday afternoon in honor of the University’s first diplomat-in-residence, Ambassador David Joseph Fischer, 77, who passed away November 22 after a long battle with cancer.
The service was held at SF State’s Seven Hills Conference Center where