Pulitzer-winning poet Rae Amantrout returns to her roots at SF State

Cailie Skelton

December 2, 2011

Rae Armantrout always knew she wanted to be a poet. From the time she was young and her mother read her poetry from an anthology of children's poems, she knew what she wanted to do when she grew up. She wrote her first poem when...

VIDEO: Dissecting friends with benefits

Ruby Perez

November 29, 2011

Reporters Ruby Perez and Devery Sheffer ask SF State students to share their opinions on the dangerous world of "friends with benefits." Filmed by Ruby Perez and Devery Sheffer. Produced by Ruby Perez.

VIDEO: Dining healthy at SF State

Kealan Cronin

November 29, 2011

Xpress reporter, Kealan Cronin, and sports editor, Godofredo Vasquez ask students how they keep healthy with the food options on campus. Video by Godofredo Vasquez. Interviews and produced by Kealan Cronin.

SF State's "Tree of Life" exhibit features family heritage, mummies

Scott Graf

November 29, 2011

There is a mummy in the Humanities building. And the reason it’s there is actually a bit cute. Before there were digital cameras and online photo albums, people kept track of their family histories in different ways: mille...

Alcatraz Island exhibit highlights Native American history

Ruby Perez

November 17, 2011

The American Indian occupation of Alcatraz may have ended in 1971, but the Native American presence still remains active in the Bay Area highlighted by the "We Are Still Here" multimedia exhibit on the island opening Nov. 20. The...

Art exhibit explores gender in new light

Spencer Devine

November 11, 2011

Art is a tool that can change the world, inspire leaders and shape entire cultures. However, can even the best art completely restructure centuries of female objectification? A new San Francisco art exhibit plans to do just t...

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