VIDEO: How would you feel if your parents joined the SF State parent council?

Gil Riego Jr.

September 28, 2011

Editors Caitlin Olson and Gil Riego Jr. ask students what they would feel if their parents decided to join an SF State focused PTA for college students.

Picturing Parallax show explores immigration impact

Cailie Skelton

September 24, 2011

As students get into the swing of the semester, six artists with roots in various locations around South Asia will be presenting art on immigration and their cultural roots through various art forms. Photographs and videos ...

Film festival focuses on Latino cultures

Jerilyn Smith

September 23, 2011

As the light from a massive screen shined over the 200 person audience, it became apparent that the coming week would be full of education, culture and art at Cine+Mas's Latino Film Festival at the de Young Museum. Popular with memb...

VIDEO: What should ASI do with SF State's student fees?

Gil Riego Jr.

September 20, 2011

With every student paying $51 in student fees, Xpress editors Gil Riego Jr. and Godofredo Vasquez venture off into the SF State campus asking people what should the Associated Students Inc. do with our part of their budget. provides opportunity for ideas to come to life

Hunter Mulich

September 20, 2011

Creativity usually isn’t a big problem for students at SF State. But funding that creativity can be. Outlets for art funding – federal grants, record labels, millionaire patrons and state budgets, for example - are shrink...

The Depot looks to bring in bigger and better talent

Hunter Mulich

September 20, 2011

SF State usually isn't on the list of stops for touring bands, but that may be starting to change this semester and students might be able to catch acts they missed at Outside Lands, right here on campus. The Depot, Cesar Cha...

SF State professors balance teaching with music world tour

Cailie Skelton

September 19, 2011

Many students know how difficult it is to balance their school schedule with their work schedule and a social life; however, several professors at SF State have tacked on a touring schedule to that list. SF State has more than a h...

San Francisco opera depicts life of 9/11 hero

Lisa Carmack

September 11, 2011

As America prepared to remember the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, one hero in particular was remembered through the art of opera on the eve of Sept. 11. The world premiere of “Heart of a Soldier” c...

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