Flyaway Productions, a Bay Area dance company, was commissioned by the Labor Archives and Research Center to create an aerial site-specific performance, choreographed by Jo Kreiter, to promote the 30th anniversary of the Labor Archives and Research Center in the SF State library.
According to Director
June Fisher loves tomatoes.
The 82-year-old occupational health physician and Bay Area product design lecturer requires two walking sticks to compensate for knee problems and general muscular weakness. She can't sling a shopping bag over her shoulder, and that makes things a little difficult.
"A friend of
The resiliency of the Filipino people will be celebrated in the Associated Students’ Art Gallery during a new exhibit in honor of the 30th anniversary month of the People Power Revolution of the Philippines. The exhibit will highlight the role that art and culture played
With the 2016 season set to begin this Friday, the SF State baseball team is looking to some unfamiliar faces to help it bounce back from last year’s disappointing 19-29 season, including new head coach Tony Schifano.
This season will be Schifano’s first as a head coach.
The San Francisco 49ers come into the 2015 season after a meltdown offseason headed by the mutual parting of head coach Jim Harbaugh and owner Jed York. The once proud franchise has seen its window of opportunity for a Super Bowl appearance shut immediately and it
No new cases have been linked to last week's BART rider who was the first confirmed case of measles in the Contra Costa County, according to the San Francisco Department of Public Health.
The county's health services and the SFDPH issued a widespread alert to BART
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="576"] Mario Flores, the director of Associated Students, Inc.'s Project Connect, speaks to students about the day's workshops held to help inform them about transferring to SF State, at the main event in Jack Adams Hall, Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013. Students came
Friday, commuters across the Bay Area awoke to the painful realization that this was day one of a BART strike.
Union representatives announced Thursday night their employees would walk off the job after a 28-hour marathon negotiation ended at an impasse.
Both sides traded jabs Friday and
BART trains will not run Friday after unions announced their intention to strike earlier today after a marathon 30-hour bargaining session.
Talks between labor and management negotiators broke down and the federal mediator, George Cohen, headed home after failing to bring the two sides together. The strike
Cartoon by Kirstie Haruta
California will soon become the tenth state to offer driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants. The bill, which Gov. Jerry Brown signaled he would sign, will enable an estimated 3.5 million non-citizens in California to become legally registered drivers with the state, and
An estimated 5,100 residents are currently without power in the Bay Area as of in result of this morning’s storm, according to an email from Fiona Chan, PG&E’s spokeswoman.
Chan said the outages are a result of damaged utility poles due strong winds and heavy rain.