Correction: A previous version of this article mistakenly identified Hermanos Unidos as a fraternity. The text has since been corrected.
The members of the Hermanos Unidos, a predominantly Latino-based organization at SF State, volunteered to get pied in the face to raise funds for their academic
While most college students center their Halloween festivities around costumes and partying, members of SF State’s Hermanos Unidos used the holiday as an opportunity for community service.
Just days before Halloween, a few members of HU delivered 100 hand-made activity kits for sick children at
In a unanimous decision, Associated Students, Inc. voted against a previous motion to decrease funding for historical organizations Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Jack Adams Hall.
SF State historic organizations currently receive a total of $85,000 in funding each year for events. After a two-week debate
Among the crowd gathered around the south end stage on 24th and Valencia streets Saturday, three bleary-eyed teens in multicolored ponchos, sombreros and fake mustaches swayed their arms and hips to the live music playing at the Mission Neighborhood Center’s annual Cinco de Mayo festival.
The men of on-campus Latino organization Hermanos Unidos ditched their sneakers and strapped on high heels to help raise awareness for survivors of sexual assault during the Walk In Their Heels event in Malcolm X Plaza April 20.
SF State psychology major Wilton Marin, a member of Hermanos Unidos, said wearing heels was a