SF State’s diverse assortment of environmental organizations were on hand at Malcolm X Plaza for the second annual Green Rush, an environmental take on the typical Greek rush.
Hosted by SF State’s Environmental Resource Center, or the ERC, the Green Rush doesn’t actually involve fraternities or
SF State’s Ideas Week drew hundreds of students, faculty and staff who gave their input as to what they want to see in the University’s future developments.
In an effort to create a community-based master plan for the revitalization of its facilities, the University held events
Bioswales - yes, bioswales - brought interior design majors and community organizers together on the West Campus Green at SF State Thursday to celebrate Earth Day.
This is the third year that associate professor Karen Johnson-Carroll has had her Business Practices for Interior Design class transplant
University administration is in the process of obtaining approval to begin construction of new housing units that will double the number of new beds and extend housing to a block of Holloway Avenue.
The housing building is part of the Creative Arts and Holloway Mixed-Use
Tiny sprouts of kale, spinach, lettuce and chard jutted up through a layer of soil on display at the reopening of SF State's Sol Patch Garden April 23.
Environmentally Concerned Organization of Students president Caitlyn Morrell provided tours at the event and explained the purpose of the garden, which is
Students and members of the San Francisco community enjoyed a mix of tangy grapefruit wedges and crisp beets folded into a medley of fresh organic greens as one of the sustainable dishes served at the 6th Annual Farm to Fork lunch April 16.
The luncheon was held outdoor at the
The former owner of an environmental waste disposal firm that contracted with SF State was sentenced to nearly four years in prison Thursday.
Stephen Cheung, 49, pleaded guilty to more than 100 counts of bribing a former university official with a Volvo automobile and monetary payments
SF State has been selected to host this summer's California Higher Education Sustainability Conference, a platform that encourages innovative solutions to sustainability issues throughout colleges across the state.
The conference will highlight sustainable practices that reduce the environmental impact caused by college campuses. Proposals must be submitted
Blue and yellow flags colored the streets as thousands of people swarmed through downtown Oakland Feb. 7 to demand the end of structural fracturing, otherwise known as fracking, in California.
The March for Real Climate Leadership, organized by a broad coalition of groups around the state, called on
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="373"] Heather Russell, a senior visual communication major, asks a question after a presentation on factory farming Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014. Martin Bustamante/Xpress.[/caption]
The founder of an Oakland-based nonprofit shook up SF State students today with some surprising statistics about the environmental impact
SF State students and volunteers from around the Bay Area came together last week to celebrate the fourth annual Campus Sustainability Festival with environmentally friendly activities like planting fruit orchards and repurposing discarded jeans.
Various departments, several student clubs and a few outside nonprofit groups collaborated
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="373"] Bill McKibben, author and environmentalist, poses for a photo after his lecture on "Updates From the Front Lines of the Climate Fight" at McKenna Theatre at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014. Amanda Peterson / Xpress.[/caption]
Best-selling author and outspoken environmentalist Bill
[caption id="attachment_60660" align="alignleft" width="600" class="size-medium"] Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014, SF State improv troupe, Zombie Nation teamed up with Neighborhood Emergency Response Team volunteers to spread earthquake safety awareness at this year's Quake in the Quad. Here, the zombies pretend to rise from the dead, after apparently
After the final band struck its last chord and festival goers flooded out of Golden Gate Park Oct. 5, the only thing in the wake of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass was the tons of garbage left behind.
Clean-up crews of more than 60 people collected most of
Residential Life at SF State is fighting back against a constant swarm of mosquito attacks that have plagued University Park North residence halls for years by planting mint-plant gardens to repel the insects.
“My left eye looks like I got socked in the face,” said UPN
Residents of the Ocean View neighborhood are planting the seeds of what could be one of the largest community gardens in the city, without city funding.
Supervisor John Avalos invited residents of the Ocean View, Merced Heights and Ingleside neighborhoods last month to discuss the potential
Tiny parklets and environmental installations sprung up around campus last Thursday in celebration of Park(ing) Day, an annual event reclaiming urban space for public use.
SF State students in the design and industry department organized nine unique installations this year, all of which were geared toward