25 Nov 2018

Journalism professors call for increased diversity in the media

In 1967, cities such as Nebraska, Tennessee and Detroit exploded in riots. The violence was the result of decades upon decades of discrimination against the African American population. In response,

31 Oct 2018

Safety concerns lead to event cancellations in wake self-proclaimed nazi student revelations

Recent revelations of an ethnic studies student’s hateful, racist and threatening social media posts have led to the cancellation of the remainder of that course’s public events, according to professor

31 Oct 2018

SF State Jewish community in shock after Pittsburgh anti-Semitic attack

The horrific shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday, Oct. 27 shocked and angered the Bay Area Jewish community, who held vigils in San Francisco and Oakland to honor the

16 Oct 2018

Self-proclaimed Nazi enrolls in race and resistance studies class

An SF State student’s hateful ideology was exposed on Tuesday, Oct. 9 when flyers were posted anonymously warning the student body that “a violent Nazi” was in their midst. The

04 Apr 2018

President Wong fails to unify

photo by Adelyn Tirado » WHAT HAPPENED « In the weeks following the campus-wide apology email February 23 from SF State President Leslie E. Wong to the Jewish community, the

14 Nov 2016

Racial Tensions Rise at SF State Post Election

Fliers that read “Are you sick of anti-white propaganda on college campuses? You are not alone,” in bold, black letters were found outside of the Cesar Chavez Student Center early

09 Nov 2016

Racially charged message found in Creative Arts Building

UPDATE: According to a University spokesperson, “UPD is investigating the message left yesterday in the Creative Arts building, and asks that anyone who has any information to please contact them.

01 Nov 2016

If you don’t see color you don’t see me

[media-credit name=”Jessylyn Los Banos ” align=”alignnone” width=”564″][/media-credit] In April 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. sat in a Birmingham jail after he was arrested during a nonviolent protest. In his famous

19 Oct 2015

Racism is not a punchline

Let’s take a moment to applaud those who are still living proof of the phrase “ignorance is bliss” in the year 2015. Social media exploded after a Facebook user posted a

15 Sep 2015

#BlackLivesMatter = Black Lives Matter Too

Last week I received a Facebook message from an old high school classmate who criticized me for posting “too much black stuff” on my social media. “#BlackLivesMatter is ignorant and rude;