Every April 20, cannabis lovers have converged on the grassy knolls of Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park to smoke marijuana and celebrate the "stoner's holiday."
This year, San Francisco took matters into its own hands and decided that with the recent passing of Proposition 64,
Tucked in the middle of the student-frequented shopping center on Cambon Drive, along the eastern stretch of Parkmerced, is Poke Kana, a restaurant within walking distance from SF State that focuses on fresh and healthy food.
Poke, one of the latest food trends of the past
Every year thousands of people from every walk of life converge upon San Francisco’s famed Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park on April 20 to celebrate the one thing they all have in common: a love of all things cannabis.
Meeting at Hippie Hill on April
An SF State student was hit by a car while in a crosswalk on Holloway Avenue behind the Administration Building at approximately 1 p.m. Wednesday afternoon.
[caption id="attachment_75892" align="alignnone" width="800"] San Francisco Police Department along with the San Francisco Fire Department assist the SF State student
An SF State student has filed a report of sexual assault. The incident allegedly occurred in Mary Ward Hall on Thursday.
The female victim was at the Designated Smoking Area located around 750 Font Blvd., which is directly outside of Mary Ward Hall, around 8 p.m.
SF State students share their coming out stories and explore the importance of "safe zones" for the LGBTQ+ community.
The Belle Fourche Pipeline has ruptured causing approximately 130,200 gallons of crude oil to spill into the Ash Coulee Creek, as well as the 46,200 gallons that have spilled into a hillside after a leak that began earlier this month went undetected, as The Washington
SF State’s Ceramics Guild held its annual ceramics sale during the week after Thanksgiving in the Fine Arts Building last week.
The Ceramics Guild is an organization through Associated Students Inc., and has been hosting the annual sale for decades.
The pottery was created exclusively by SF
32-year-old recent SF State graduate Donna Kellogg was one of the first victims to be identified after the Ghost Ship blaze that occurred Friday night in Oakland.
Her mother and stepfather were notified in Salinas, Calif. around 3 a.m. Sunday morning according to People.com.
Friends, family and
Twenty-year-old SF State Metro Academies student Michela Gregory was among those who perished in the tragic Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland over the weekend.
In an email sent out to the SF State community, President Leslie E. Wong addressed the incident that claimed more than
To commemorate the 28th annual World AIDS Day, Associated Students, Inc. and the AIDS Coordinating Committee at SF State hosted an all-day event on Thursday.
Several activities and events were hosted on campus, such as free HIV antibody testing, a rededication and tree planting in
Students have until Dec. 9 to download the newly released second version of the SF State Mobile phone app for a chance to use exclusive promo codes and enter to win gift cards prizes.
The new app, launched by SF State’s Information Technology Services, features a
Associated Students Inc. and the AIDS Coordinating Committee at SF State are planning an all-day event to commemorate the 28th annual World AIDS Day.
The event, which will take place on Thursday, Dec. 1, will offer various activities such as free HIV antibody testing in the
SF State was the first stop on Kanroku and the Mokugu-sha Company’s Northern California Japanese puppetry tour that is taking place throughout October and November.
Known around the world as Bunraku, the traditional Japanese puppetry was named after the theatre where it was first performed. This
Correction: An earlier version of this article misspelled Jimmy Liao's translator as Chris Lee, but it has been corrected to Professor Chris Li of the Chinese Program at SF State.
Hundreds gathered in SF State’s McKenna Theatre on Saturday for a sold-out reading by celebrated children’s book
On Dasher, on Prancer, on
The sun was shining, pumpkins were picked and home-dried lemon verbena tea and apple cider was shared, as the Environmentally Concerned Organization of Students gathered in the Sol Patch garden to celebrate the Fall Equinox.
Located on the corner of Font and Lake Merced, behind Mary