20 Feb 2019

Filipina faculty authors leave lasting cultural impression

SF State is celebrating the influence and hard work of Filipina faculty in highlighting their own culture and history through literature. The late SF State history professor Dr. Dawn Mabalon

26 Apr 2016

Lingering notes of colonialism and homesickness in Poetry Center display

Poet Lehua M. Taitano comes from Guam, an American territory in the Pacific where only parts of the constitution apply. “And it was then that I knew that I was only

25 Feb 2016

Photography book revisits the Philippine Revolution

Pulitzer Prize winner and SF State assistant professor of photojournalism Kim Komenich celebrated the release of his book “Revolution Revisited” with a photography exhibition and book signing Tuesday at Leica

03 Feb 2016

New art exhibit commemorates resistance of Filipino people

The resiliency of the Filipino people will be celebrated in the Associated Students’ Art Gallery during a new exhibit in honor of the 30th anniversary month of the People Power