A college National Championship, Rose Bowl titles, two NFC Championships and a Super Bowl title are on the resume of SF State alum Gil Haskell.
With all those accomplishments, his greatest honor will be May 19 when he is inducted into the San Francisco Prep Hall
Seniors who frequently visit Mashouf Wellness Center can reap one more added benefit after graduation this spring: investor credit.
Those who work out regularly in the newly opened gym have different memberships available to them, aside from current enrollment and using the facilities for free. One
The Women’s soccer alumni returned to SF State’s Cox Field on Saturday as teachers, engineers, pharmacists and coaches. For a short time, they were Gators once again.
A small crowd of about 30 friends and family were in attendance to watch the alumni, who fielded
Paramount Pictures recently named an SF State alumnus their new president of Worldwide Television Licensing.
Dan Cohen, SF State broadcast and electronic communication arts graduate, will be leading Paramount’s television licensing teams and looking after the distribution of Paramount films, TV shows and other platforms
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
The polished work of alumni from the Department of Design and Industry debuted in the new Design Gallery’s inaugural exhibition on Thursday.
The vast, open space of the gallery gave observers ample room to admire the designs from 10 University graduates whose disciplines ranged from product
For the past six years, SF State students have contributed to the construction of the Mashouf Wellness Center through fees embedded in their tuition.
According to the center’s website, “the Recreation and Wellness Center Student Fee was approved in 2010 after a signature petition of
When SF State alumnus Daniel "Moe" Thomas and his roommate Davis Letona walked into a room, friends said they brought a sense of tenderness and intellect with them. Those who knew them remember them for their creativity, intelligence, and immense love for other people.
After an interest in nursing dissipated and classes for health education were impacted, Mayette Delos Santos defaulted to an unsure educational path in business, a major that prepared her for a career at major online boutique Tobi.
The California-based startup has offices in the Bay Area and Los Angeles and serves
Ryan Fisher’s iPhone is full of sound bites, averaging 17 seconds each. These guitar licks, vocal melodies, rhythms and chord changes are skeletons for the songs that his band, Mahgeetah, has spent months composing and arranging. Although the songs are constantly evolving, Fisher said the
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Class of 2012
B.A. in humanities with a minor in Italian
Williams, born and raised in San Francisco, chose to attend SF State because of its consistent celebration of diversity.
Since graduating, Williams went the entrepreneurial route
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