The use of the terms Hispanic, Latina and Latino are becoming altered in today’s society because of their historical meanings and new gender identifications.
Hispanic is a term that refers to people with origins in Spanish-speaking countries. Besides Spain and Mexico, there are 18 other countries
Hundreds of freshmen and their families eagerly lined up behind elevators in SF State’s dorms, next to yellow bins filled to the top with their most prized possessions and necessities this past Saturday for Move-In Day.
The hustle and bustle of moving into dorms is
Art students and supporters bounced back and forth between the Associated Students, Inc. Art Gallery in the Cesar Chavez Student Center and the Martin Wong Gallery in the Fine Arts Building for the opening reception of this years’ senior art show.
“Daily Acts” exhibit curator
The Ethnic Studies Student Organization hosted their second annual art show “Why Ethnic Studies?” Wednesday as a form of resistance to oppression and celebration of culture.
According to Sophia Wenzel, Ethnic Studies Student Organization member, the art show was inspired last year by the threat
The kinesiology department at SF State is changing their Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement, commonly known as GWAR, class from Kin 330, Becoming a Kinesiologist, to Kin 384, Research Methods, for the Fall 2017 semester.
After a year of deliberation among faculty, a small change in the
A Lifestyles condom vending machine has a new home beneath the main staircase in the Cesar Chavez Student Center until the end of May.
As part of STD (sexually transmitted disease) Awareness Month, Lifestyles Condoms is loaning SF State their unique condom vending machine. Before samples
SF State alumni and cinema major Adam Gold, 25, had the opportunity to screen a film made during his time in
college at the International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival in Phoenix this weekend.
The short film, “The Night Shift,” starring SF State Alumni Hunter Ridenour
Last week, SF State's fraternity Phi Kappa Tau held their fifth annual Red & Gold Week to raise funds for their philanthropy SeriousFun Camp.
The brothers tabled everyday in the quad to host a penny war with the sororities on campus. Each sorority had a specific
For over two decades, Alpha Phi Omega has been doing its part to help educate people about HIV and AIDS.
The fraternity is hosting its 21st annual Multicultural Aids Awareness Day, or MAAD, in the Malcolm X Plaza April 13 to help students and the surrounding
SF State’s Fine Arts Gallery held a reception on Saturday for the opening of its new exhibit “Mashrabiya: The Art of Looking Back,” which features art with a contemporary Middle Eastern perspective.
Kathy Zarur, art historian and a curator of the exhibit, said the idea of
Associated Students Inc. held an opening reception for the Black Mail Collectives’ art show “Shakin’ Systems” in the Cesar Chavez Student Center Thursday evening, featuring black artists.
The show includes mural paintings, sculptures, print pieces and spoken word artist DeMareon Gipson, who believes the exhibit and
Black Residents United in Housing, or B.R.U.H. members, attended “Black Love,” a Black History Month celebration held in the towers conference center Monday, to find it was less interactive than expected.
The conference center had seven half-empty tables decorated with short profiles of prominent black
Correction: A previous version of this article mistakenly identified Hermanos Unidos as a fraternity. The text has since been corrected.
The members of the Hermanos Unidos, a predominantly Latino-based organization at SF State, volunteered to get pied in the face to raise funds for their academic
Walls that are usually home to hanging art pieces were temporarily bare, with only a large wooden studio desk and an unarranged photography backdrop taking up the open space at SF State’s Associated Students Inc. art gallery.
Located at the top of the Cesar Chavez
SF State’s Exhibition Design class, Art 619, is already working hard on the first art gallery of the semester “Mashrabiya: The Art of Looking Back,” which is set to open Feb. 18.
Every Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., enrolled students gather in the Fine