KSFS, a student-run radio station, has a new general manager who hopes to inspire student involvement and create a community of artists working toward their passions.
Mae Powell, 21, says she feels like she’s in her natural habitat when she sits in the radio room
Politicians and activists came together for the Cesar E. Chavez Mural Celebration to discuss a plethora of issues concerning activism and community involvement on Thursday afternoon.
Forty to 50 people in Jack Adams Hall watched closely as panelists talked about voting and legislation. San Francisco Board
SF State senior Kareezia Younger said she was in her home, 20 minutes away from the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, when she received an alarmed phone call from her mother Friday evening.
What Younger didn’t know was that Paris was besiege by the deadliest terror
The world's largest student film festival, Campus MovieFest, returned to SF State Sept. 30 as part of its 16th annual world tour. Wednesday marked the start of a week-long scramble for contenders to produce and craft a five-minute long film by Oct. 6.
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Colorful toy guns hung on the walls as bronze, animalistic masks stared at onlookers from across the room and detailed sculptures of futuristic planets dangled from the ceiling. Eerie horror music rang in the background as viewers walked from piece to piece under red and
By incorporating the voices of students, faculty and elected representatives, SF State’s murals have had a long-standing reputation of brazen social justice advocacy and demand for cultural visibility.
“Approving a mural at SF State is a multi-step process structured to involve students and reflect campus passions,”
Twenty years ago, on Cinco De Mayo, Carlos "Kookie" Gonzalez's mural was dedicated to Cesar Chavez at SF State. Click on the icons to hear the artist talk about specific the elements of the mural and how it came to be. (Produced by Sergio Portela and
The Filipino community came together in tribute of the 12th Annual Filipino Community Mural celebration at SF State April 8-9.
A coalition of six Filipino student organizations, together known as Mula Sa Ugat, convened in Jack Adams Hall to honor the Filipino Community Mural that depicts the conflicts
University Corporation released a Request For Proposals April 3 inviting businesses to apply for tenancy in the Cesar Chavez Student Center.
The RFP process will determine which business takes over the lease for current proprietors Frank and Shally Meng, who operate Asia Express on the lower level
Custodians of the Cesar Chavez Student Center presented their case today for larger severance payments to a board of university and Associated Students Inc. representatives, months after they lost seniority and paid vacation time.
“It will take 25 years to reach the same level of seniority,”
Despite working on campus for over 30 years, one custodian said he started as a “new employee” July 1 after the University took control of the formerly independent student center, reducing his health benefits and reversing his seniority.
Custodian Augustin Cazares, who has worked for the
With the pressure of September academic demands settling in thick, new students will be pleased to find free, convenient fun just under their feet on campus.
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SF State plans to shift control of the Cesar Chavez Student Center from an independent organization to the university’s corporate entity UCorp starting on June 30, a move that may threaten the employment of 125 student center employees, according to a union representative.
According to Donna
May Day marked the 20th Annual Malcolm X Mural Celebration for SF State, while students and Greek life from around the Bay Area joined together to honor the mural’s creation.
According to the Cesar Chavez Student Center, the intent of the mural, along with the dedication
Police have opened an investigation into an incident that occurred March 22 involving a 63-year-old man who allegedly used a computer in the Cesar Chavez Student Center to view child pornography, according to SF State’s University Police Department.
An SF State related person called University Police after
The Cesar Chavez Student Center may lack the glitz and glamour of the Vegas Strip but on Friday, Nov. 8, the Associated Student, Inc.'s Casino Night brought some of the excitement of Sin City to the SF State campus.
The event gave students with a valid
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1600"] Erika Santos, Naresh Mathur, Bernie Carrera, Maria Suarez and Carlos Rosales pose for a photo in the basement of Cesar Chavez Wednesday Oct 30, 2013. The unionized custodial staff of Cesar Chavez Student Center are unsure where their union will stand
The Associated Students, Inc. is inviting all SF State students to participate in a town hall meeting in The Depot Wednesday, Sept. 18 at noon to learn what ASI does with the $42 each student pays them every semester.
“I am certain that students have no
With the merging of two student government bodies at SF State underway, questions about how they will maintain their current services have arisen.
The website for the Enhanced Student Auxiliary — the term for the merging project of the Associated Students, Inc. and the Cesar Chavez
This semester, SF State's Associated Students, Inc. and Cesar Chavez Student Center are consolidating to become a single enhanced student auxiliary.
The University’s goal to merge both auxiliaries would build SF State’s identity and give student government a stronger presence and impact on campus, according to
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