Associated Students, Inc. has welcomed a new manager for The Depot this year in an untraditional way.
Instead of promoting the past assistant manager to manager, ASI has hired Joaquin Vasquez-Duran, a recent transfer student, to the position.
Because last year’s management team, Nilo Amiri and James
With the new Mashouf Wellness Center nearing completion and proposed construction plans ahead, future graduates reflect on their time at SF State while predicting how campus life may differ for future students.
Student life is anticipated to shift if the new construction projects presented to the
The victim of a homicide on Treasure Island Wednesday has been identified as an SF State graduate student.
He was identified by the medical examiner Friday, weeks before accepting his master’s degree, SFGate reported.
Although initially identified as Guo Yuchuan, his professors knew him as Yuchuan
Students looking for a relaxing outlet before finals can find musical respite inside the Creative Arts Building’s Knuth Hall.
Victoria Neve, classical piano professor and Inara Morgenstern, accompanist and lecturer, have been relieving students’ stress with the Annual Happy Concert for more than 20 years.
The Park Merced watering hole, known to many as The Lister, has recently undergone a few changes aimed at bringing in more of a crowd from the Parkmerced community, including SF State students.
The introduction of live music every second and fourth Thursday of the month
The Depot at SF State filled with students and supporters Tuesday to watch the second event of the 7th Annual Rhythms Music Festival.
Five bands battled for a chance to win a cash prize of $500 and the coveted slot to open for Vince Staples, the
Playing loud, progressive rock music has become a passion for SF State students Tyler Wood, Christian Arriola and Dax Mcfarlane.
Wood, guitarist and singer, started the band Phlogiston as a passion project playing Tool covers. He rekindled a friendship with bassist Mcfarlane when recruiting band members
Some students are turning to an untraditional source to locate tickets for shows and concerts, while others have found an easier way to sell.
“SFSU Concerts” is a Facebook page utilized by fellow Gators to sell and buy concert tickets, as well as promote shows
By choosing to showcase live music instead of typical pre-recorded music, SF State’s KSFS Radio station is pushing the boundaries of the airwaves.
The resident radio station is utilizing the innovative idea on their Music Under the Stairs segment hosted by Amanda Fletcher. Fletcher, who also
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Feelings of uncertainty and concern are prevalent among students who identify as transgender as their rights
SF State’s School of Music is bringing back ImprovisAsians for another set of musical and cultural collaborations, recitals and panels.
Asian Improv aRts, an organization that produces and represents art through Asian American experience in collaboration with SF State’s School of Music, is holding their annual
SF State’s Center for Modern Greek Studies is thinking outside the box with unconventional ways to showcase Greek heritage.
Teaming up with the Greek Chamber Music Project, the department is putting on a show full of traditional folk compositions, performed by Greek musicians, in Knuth Hall
Many students in San Francisco utilize the artistic freedom this unique city provides.
SF State students, Max Volen and Jack Connor, alongside their friend and Academy of Arts student, Chris Lee, take advantage of San Francisco’s unique music culture as the band hit me, Harold!
The Depot, a haven for music lovers, artists and performers hidden away on the lower level of the Cesar Chavez building, is hoping to expand their lineup to reflect the diversity of both the campus and the city.
The art hub is open to SF State