In the past couple of months, I have noticed a trend of hunting stories and photos come across my Facebook newsfeed. The photos did not include only small game hunting like ducks and rabbits, but trophy hunting where people kill rare animals like giraffes, lions and elephants.
Most recently I
The arrival of April means not only that spring is in the air, but festival season is upon us as well. This is what I look forward to all year long, not because of the occasional sunny days we see in San Francisco, but because I
Over the years, sexual objectification has sadly become subconsciously normalized in our culture, and needs to change if our society ever wants to reach gender equality. There is no justification for objectifying women, or any human for that matter. It is sexist, discriminatory and goes
Growing up, I always wanted to look like the beautiful women I saw in popular magazines like Cosmopolitan or Glamour. I remember the first time I saw the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in high school and was determined to have the body of 2008’s cover
Cigarette smoking is known to be an extreme health hazard, yet people still continue to do it. Some may believe that switching over to electronic cigarettes to cut back from the traditional tobacco stick is a healthy choice, but that idea is becoming known by
SF State students may soon be a short walk away from dining at the nation's leader in Chinese fast food if a deal between University Corporation and Panda Express brings the restaurant into the lower level of the Cesar Chavez Student Center.
I know I love
Lifting an outdated ban that restricts gay men from donating blood is being considered by the Food and Drug Administration and could potentially save millions of lives.
The 31-year-old policy was created to prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS in response to the growing AIDS crisis in the '80s. This
The sound of a Fender electric guitar filled the room and a sweet melody soon followed as Rowie Walsh and Fin May of the blues-folk band Palladino jammed out to their song “Time” in their Sunset District apartment on a quiet Saturday afternoon.
The two are originally from
Thirty years ago a group of students from SF State created a new future for art in San Francisco. Today, artists still use the space, known as The Lab, on the corner of 16th and Capp Streets as a place to go for shared studios,
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600"] Michael Zito, Executive Chef at Cafe Claude, places chicken liver mousse in a pastry at the Taste of the Bay event presented by the Hospitality and Tourism Department at the City View on top of the Metreon in San Francisco, Calif.,
From a monster-filled factory to talking cars, alumnus Jonas Rivera continues to expand our imaginations and inspire up-and-coming animators.
Since his last class at SF State, Rivera has been a part of the Pixar family, living out his childhood dreams. With no regrets, he missed his
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600"] Fin May (left) and Rowie Walsh, members of Palladino, perform for the Student Talent Showcase in Jack Adams Hall Thursday Oct. 29, 2014. Martin Bustamante/Xpress.[/caption]
The futures of SF State alum Andrew Liu and freshman Stephanie Gatica are on the rise since
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600"] Bobby Medina squares off against a rival team, Bobby "Small Hands" Medina at SF State's Annual Costume Dodgeball Tournament from 7-10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, in the Gymnasium. Eric Gorman/Xpress.[/caption]
Dodgeball made its way to SF State Friday in tournament fashion,
On an unusually hot San Francisco day, I came across a dog, trapped in a car and whining in the parking lot of a Target in Daly City, Calif. The owner left no windows down and no water for the dog to drink.
After waiting for
The second annual College of Liberal and Creative Arts Opening Day gave students a reason to brag about their work Sunday afternoon in a festival full of talent and creativity.
Activities throughout the day included live theatre, art, dance, the Afro-Cuban jazz ensemble, poetry and award-winning
After searching through china cabinets and junk stores, artist and alumna Shenny Cruces alters porcelain items, turning them into sculpture to expose the meaning of objects in our lives.
Cruces shared the many aspects that go into making her art during a reception in SF State’s
When new assistant professor of cinema Cheryl Dunye could not find any documentation of African-American lesbians in the history of black cinema, she found inspiration to create an archive of her own.
More than 30 years later, Dunye has made numerous films focusing on different forms
After two years of exploring the different meanings that could be found in his work, Assistant Professor Matthew Lipps combines art and photography to create HORIZON/S, which can be seen at the Secondhand exhibition at Pier 24, near San Francisco’s Embarcadero.
“I look at it for
New students flooded the SF State campus last week and many are eager to get involved in the campus’ community. For some of these students, Greek Life is the way to go.
“If you want to get the most out of your college experience, my advice
This weekend Outside Lands brought in an estimated crowd of 200,000 music lovers. The 7th annual music festival attracted fans from all over the world to enjoy the newest additions to the evolving entertainment .
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="800"][media-credit id=191 align="alignnone" width="800"][/media-credit] Tens of thousands gathered
SF State students joined hundreds of protesters yesterday at the San Francisco Ferry Building to bring attention to the Palestinian struggle for liberation and to demand an end of Israeli attacks on Gaza.
Organizations from all over the Bay Area, including the General Union of Palestine