Since he was a kid, Shea Bilé says he has lived in a mystic world. Growing up in a haunted house, being exposed to disembodied voices, incidents of dreams, flickering lights, visits from his late great grandfather that brought the spontaneous smell of fresh cut
Women majoring in physics and astronomy at SF State can now easily network with each other, thanks to a new club on campus.
Formed in November 2015 by physics lecturer Dr. Reiko Toriumi, the Women In Physics and Astronomy club was founded to support the community of
The walkways of Malcolm X Plaza were crowded with tables adorned with vibrant tablecloths and posters from SF State organizations trying to attract new members. Members of these organizations handed out informational flyers to SF State students walking around Malcolm X Plaza to join them
Dazzling colored lights illuminated the dance floor, strobe lights flickered and sound waves of throwback hip hop ricocheted off the walls. Gilbert Adam Guillen, a 21-year-old SF State student, had the crowd getting down by dropping beats, leaving them in awe at the Horizon Lounge.
Guillen, a senior majoring