13 Dec 2011

Mutiny Radio Café creates hybrid dining and listening experience

People are sitting around tables chatting, coffee is being ordered at the counter and music is being played over the loudspeakers. But the Mutiny Radio Café is more than just

13 Dec 2011

San Francisco tenants' rights protect renters from bad landlords

Carolina Portella, a 20-year-old student at the Academy of Art University, moved from Palo Alto into what seemed like a perfect situation: a cheap room in the Mission district with

05 Dec 2011

SF State playwright's work featured in San Francisco, New York City

For many students, the idea of starting to self-promote and get to work in their field of study is a goal that comes after graduation or graduate school. However, graduate

02 Dec 2011

Pulitzer-winning poet Rae Amantrout returns to her roots at SF State

Rae Armantrout always knew she wanted to be a poet. From the time she was young and her mother read her poetry from an anthology of children’s poems, she knew

15 Nov 2011

Friends with benefits: one way to ruin a friendship

We all know the situation—two friends blurring the line between friendly and friendlier. In all honesty, the idea of no commitment, no strings attached lovin’ may sound like a great

08 Nov 2011

California Faculty Association to strike over contract dispute

Negotiations over the California Faculty Association’s current contract, which is still in effect from 2007, is still in heavy bargaining stages between the faculty union and the California State University

11 Oct 2011

Now in Pixel art gallery takes SF State students to another time

Seeing pixels in video games or in art seems to have become a thing of the past. Artists and designers are always doing what they can to create the cleanest

03 Oct 2011

SF State cinema professor publishes book for student screenwriters

Screenwriting professor Julian Hoxter didn’t intend to begin writing a book immediately after starting his new job at SF State. He was expecting a little bit of time to get

24 Sep 2011

Picturing Parallax show explores immigration impact

As students get into the swing of the semester, six artists with roots in various locations around South Asia will be presenting art on immigration and their cultural roots through

19 Sep 2011

SF State professors balance teaching with music world tour

Many students know how difficult it is to balance their school schedule with their work schedule and a social life; however, several professors at SF State have tacked on a

Gregory Moreno
05 Sep 2011

Friday night museum parties are free fun for all

Life for a student can be rough financially. Between living expenses in the Bay Area and a constantly rising tuition, it’s hard to budget for any kind of social life

22 Aug 2011

New sports bar in Parkmerced caters to thirsty SF State students

Offering more than just the convenience of a quick drink, Park 77, a new bar that has opened up just blocks away from campus, offers a local, neighborhood feel with