Visitors peer in on colorful artifacts and psychedelic motifs, some stop to take selfies in a light show room where multi-colored waves splash against the walls, and some are dressed Continue Reading
Mrs. Yu (left) and Mr. Yu (right), who both refused to provide first names because of privacy concerns, sit on a twin-sized mattress inside of their Chinatown SRO. San Francisco’s Continue Reading
Rebecca Sutton, senior scientist at the San Francisco Estuary Institute, holds up a vial of microplastics collected from the San Pablo Bay. Photo by David Henry By Jordan Lalata [dropcap size=”50px”]K[/dropcap]aty Continue Reading
Photo by James Chan By Lupita Uribe [dropcap size=”50px”]W[/dropcap]hen you hear the words “record label,” San Francisco is not the first city that comes to mind –possibly because the commercial Continue Reading
Stable Cafe’s cafe manager, Francisco Garcia, shows how high the water level was during last year’s Pineapple Express Storm. Photo by Katie Lewellyn By Carlos Mendoza Francisco Garcia couldn’t sleep. All Continue Reading
The Arab and Muslim Ethnicity and Diasporas Initiative minor, offered by SF State’s Department of Ethnic Studies, is one of the first minors in Arab and Muslim Studies anywhere in the world.
Ellen Degeneres at SF State?! Yeah, not really.
Currently, SF State’s website lists on-campus and off-campus housing prices as equivalent. However, other data sources show that living off campus may be cheaper.
With all these trending words on the loose, what do SF State students think of them? Watch this video to find out.
SF State students may be looking at discounted BART and Muni passes.
A mother and daughter were hit by a car in front of City Sports at Stonestown Galleria.
The film follows the legendary rap group Souls of Mischief as they celebrate the 20th anniversary of their hit song.