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Burden of rising costs not shared by all on campus

asalazar

May 14, 2011

As I glide through all the rituals that lead up to graduation, I am overcome with a sense of closure. I enjoyed the food in all my classes’ end-of-the-year parties. I turned in my last final, and I even paid the fee for submitting...

Oboist returns to school for second refrain

asalazar

May 10, 2011

Keith Sklower sticks out from the rest of the musicians in the SF State orchestra. He’s been playing oboe longer than most of them have been alive. Sklower plays with hunched shoulders and his prescription eyeglasses cover...

Farm to Fork brings locally grown food to students

asalazar

May 3, 2011

We might question every concept served up in our classes, but when it comes to our lunch plate, we tend to consume less critically. Every day we sit down for a meal, but how many of us question the origins of its content? On...

Expression takes hold at 'Pieces of Me, Pieces of We'

asalazar

May 3, 2011

SF State students presented their artwork in “Pieces of Me, Pieces of We” Tuesday in an exhibit at the International Hotel Manilatown Center in downtown San Francisco. The exhibit was part of the final project for an Asi...

Students learn healthy ways to release at Stress Relief Day

asalazar

April 27, 2011

As final exam season approaches, students might have a pulse on their grades, but between all-night cramming sessions and hours spent sitting in the annex, it’s easy to forget to stay healthy. On April 27, campus organizations t...

Deans prepare for changing roles in college merger

asalazar

April 26, 2011

If SF State was a nightclub and President Robert A. Corrigan was a disc jockey, right now he’d be leaning into the microphone and telling everyone to do the shuffle. In the center of the dance floor, shuffling with gusto, are...

New performing arts center to provide much needed progress

asalazar

March 1, 2011

When heavy rain hits the Creative Arts building at SF State, buckets are in place to relieve the leaky roof and, on rare occasions, a ceiling tile tears away from its dwelling place. The building opened in 1956, so when the plans for ...

PODCAST: SF State Professor Dina Ibrahim discusses Egyptian conflict

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February 5, 2011

Click here to listen to Podcast by Aaron Salazar Two days before the waves of revolution reached the shores of the Nile River, Dina Ibrahim left her native country of Egypt to return to her teaching position at SF State. While ...

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