Jamal Khashoggi has been the face representing slain journalists since his murder in the Saudi consulate on Oct. 2. The impact of his death and the persecution many journalists are
Hundreds of Bay Area activists and politically concerned citizens rallied in front of San Francisco City Hall to proclaim that “Nobody is Above the Law” on Thursday Nov. 8. The
Oakland mayoral incumbent Libby Schaaf won re-election on Tuesday, Nov. 6, becoming only the second mayor in the city’s history to win re-election after Jerry Brown, the former governor of
Around 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6, the entire Humanities Building was evacuated when someone pulled a fire alarm apparently as a hoax. Loud sirens and an evacuation announcement sent
In an alcove on the second floor of the campus library gathers a revival. A small group of students huddle around a study space eager to resuscitate political action for
The Jewish studies department launched a series of lectures regarding the Holocaust beginning with two by Drs. Edith Sheffer and Herwig Czech on Oct. 4 at McKenna Theatre, moderated by
An article on the event hosted by the United Democrats Club in San Francisco about their event SF Politics 101
An article on the Elder College offered through the College of Extended Learning with a testimony from a student and background info on “lifelong learning”
A brief on the Holocaust lecture series hosted by the Dept. of Jewish Studies.
World leaders, business moguls, protestors and even a Hollywood star all shared center stage during the Global Action Summit in downtown San Francisco last week. On Thursday afternoon, actor Harrison
A story on the new renovations being done to the Stonestown Galleria and reactions from students to the new changes.