NEWS || CULTURE || SFSU

Summer at the de Young

Discover the vibrant colors, styles and drama of Spain without leaving the city. Escape in the elegance of a blood red…

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San Francisco Green Festival

At first glance, the San Francisco Green Festival appears to be more of a circus than a community gathering. One passerby…

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Bob Weir and Phil Lesh go Furthur

A line of cars extends out to the highway as passengers patiently wait to swap their ticket stubs for the durable,…

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Out withe the old and in with the new: Library enters final stages of construction

There is indeed a plan. That massive, blue-tinted, glass curtain that jets out from the seemingly never ending library construction is…

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The Unseen Side of SF State

To the untrained or inattentive observer, the campus of San Francisco State University is just that: a campus. The concrete and…

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Transitory Art

Making my way out of the M line, as I get off at the Powell station, I pause before heading towards…

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Commuting: SF State from Outside San Francisco

She is sitting cross-legged on the wooden floor, leaning towards her long mirror as she carefully applies a thick coat of…

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Life Online

She makes her way home on the 9X, a Muni bus line of questionable sanitation, and trudges upstairs. First thing she…

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Rebel Tongues Find Their Voice

If the glowing yellow walls could talk, they would echo every story uttered in broken tongues. The walls are silent today,…

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Cradling Civilization: Sharing culture in the face of stereotypes

Every Friday afternoon the basement of the students’ center at SF State becomes a place of expression and peace for the…

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Single in SF

It is Saturday night, and just like the week before you’re sitting in a bar, hoping to meet someone new or…

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Campus Grub

It’s a usual school day, and your classes are running dreadfully slow. Your stomach is growling from hunger, so after class…

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