It is a typical Tuesday night. Homework is piling up and the weekend is still days away. In times like these, a quick and easy home cooked meal is just Continue Reading
Fluorescent lights fill the windowless grocery store with an artificial glow that, from the inside, makes the time of day indeterminable. Products are crammed in every niche, save for aisles, Continue Reading
San Francisco transplant Mark Swenson thrives by selling “junk” and found items in his SoMa warehouse. All kinds of random goods are piled high to the ceiling, and the Moving Sale sits atop SF’s thrift scene. But even more curious than the store’s endless contents is Swenson’s decades-spanning journey to where he is now, and his mission to put things in the hands of people who need them.
Rafael Lopez swears by Burk Hall. Kyle Nicolos considers the top floor in the Fine Arts building his home base. Vincent Munoz declares that the men’s locker room is like Continue Reading
The bread is piping hot and emits a fragrant steam. It has been placed on the counter to cool. The crust is a light, crispy brown. The scents of oregano Continue Reading
Choosing to live on campus to create and seek a student community on what is primarily a commuter campus, find out the pros and cons of on campus living from students like you.
The stage in the Studio Theater is softly illuminated in warm, yellow light. Ben Landmesser and Michael Saarela take the stage, ready to tackle the work of perhaps the world’s most famous playwright. Shakespeare’s The Two Gentlemen of Verona is the San Francisco State’s Players’ Club’s winter show, the first of many spring productions for the SF State theater department.
Subdued classical music resonates in the background of the airy, oblique dining room. The walls, stark white, match the freshly pressed linens that line the tables, creating an almost blinding Continue Reading
Every Sunday they gather. At the Western end of Golden Gate Park in a small field, exists the Shire of Cloondara. Where people of all ages leave the realities of the present world behind and explore a distant time and place. They do so with metal armor, large sticks, swords, shields, heavy cloaks and a lot of humor. Here is where honor rules, cowards retreat, metal clashes and maidens morn the death of their knights with an iron plated heart.
The television is tuned to his favorite channel, ESPN, but he stares blank at the glowing screen. His body seems to leave his mind as he is comfortably sprawled out Continue Reading
Ever notice a derelict building tucked behind SF State on Tapia Drive? Despite its rough exterior, the building once held a performance art school. Click to read more.
Learn how the housing crisis is contributing to an overpopulation of pets in the Bay Area and what different animal welfare organizations are doing to address this issue