Relentless rainfall and strong wind caused flood warnings and public transportation delays across San Francisco on Thursday.
A flood advisory was issued by the National Weather Service for San Francisco and the North Bay on Thursday afternoon. The rain was felt hardest along Embarcadero on Pier
I learned English at the age of 8 after spending hours watching cartoons; acquiring the language came easy at that age. Since then I’ve had mastery over both Spanish and English.
I have my occasional identity dilemma, as much as any other young individual who has
One of the enduring thoughts I will take away from this semester is that art is not only a powerful vessel of self-expression, but a tool of representation for a public much larger than an individual.
Costanoan Ohlone historian and activist Ann Marie Sayers highlighted the
With boxes of Krispy Kreme Donuts to appeal to morning commuter students making their way to campus, the Political Science Student Association asked for donations for the homeless.
On a chilly Tuesday morning Aliana Fuata, president of PSSA, stood by 19th and Holloway avenues wearing several
San Francisco and the Bay Area has been a vital center for many social justice, counterculture and progressive movements. The exhibition “We’ve Been Here,” showcases how so many of the events that have impacted the Bay Area have been driven by people of color.
The first display upon entering the 29th Annual Stillwell Student Exhibition is of a set of letters and drawings exchanged by San Francisco artist Leo Stillwell and his closest friend Russel Hartley.
The letters share Stillwell’s experiences of being a young homosexual man in the ‘40s.
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[media-credit name="Perng-chih Huang/Xpress" align="alignleft" width="427"][/media-credit] SF State political science major Pat Racela looks around the Design Gallery for the Revolution Times on Thursday, Nov 3, 2016. The exhibition showcased the graphic design of the 1960s and 1970s radical newspapers.[/caption]
A series of evocative
What does it mean to be doubly undocumented? It’s a term many people may be unfamiliar with, but for Karen Mercado, the status of being doubly undocumented is one she has sought to address and change for 10 years.
On Thursday, Mercado told an international
A crowd gathered outside the Associated Student Art Gallery on Thursday evening anticipating the “Being Pacific” exhibition’s opening reception to commence. Each painting, photograph and artifact within the gallery related to a cultural aspect belonging to the Pacific Islander identity. A strong connection to the
Students huddled together in the corner of the vast space talking and laughing –– but not dancing –– as DJ Leydis played a mix of reggaeton and top 40 in Jack Adams Hall on Thursday night.
The Fall Fiesta, organized by The Depot, hosted Bay Area
Students and faculty filled the Richard Oakes Multicultural Conference room on Thursday for a film screening that shared a personal look into Afro-Cuban history and culture.
Guest filmmaker, Gloria Rolando arrived from Havana to co-present her new film “A Dialogue with my Grandmother,” with Kym Morrison,
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Sometimes I hesitate to tell people that I’m from Colombia, because whenever I do it’s usually met with ignorance.
Either people don’t know where to point the country out on a map or they ask me:
The polished work of alumni from the Department of Design and Industry debuted in the new Design Gallery’s inaugural exhibition on Thursday.
The vast, open space of the gallery gave observers ample room to admire the designs from 10 University graduates whose disciplines ranged from product
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[media-credit name="Connor Hunt" align="alignright" width="499"][/media-credit] Harry Parr paints on the walls of The Depot during Paint Our Walls, an art social hosted by The Depot on Thursday, Aug. 25 2016.[/caption]
Students gathered at The Depot on Thursday evening with paint brushes in hand