In: SFSU

SF to NYC Comparison

By Ashley Goldsmith In 2012 Businessweek.com named San Francisco as America’s best city.  The vast employment opportunities, many ways in which…

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Building Upward

By Colin Blake San Francisco is getting taller. In fact, if the city’s 15-tallest buildings were laid end-to-end, they would be…

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Merging of Two Departments Limits Choreographers in New Moves Showcase

David Spain, left, and Dominique Turner, right, performs during the showcase competition in the McKenna Theater. Photography by Imani Miller   By…

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Art of the Dead

An altar by Mary Ann Statler, 65, of San Louis Obispo at the Dia de los Muertos Festival of Altars in…

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Fighting for the Spotlight

Iris Contreras and Vivian Flores trade punches at Beautiful Brawlers V in Pacifica. Photos by James Chan   Story by Steven…

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The Right to Privacy

By Jordan Lalata On a brisk morning in November, children wearing backpacks almost equal in size to their small bodies clutched…

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Pink or Blue, Who the Hell Cares?

By Jenna Van De Ryt Have you ever heard the saying, “a child’s brain is like a sponge?” The saying goes,…

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What is Gender Fluid?

By Oscar Gutierrez A mirror shows the reflection of Jay Garcia as they get ready for another day of work. Amongst…

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Androgyny Is In

By Carlos Mendoza Milan Fashion Week brought the clothing industry a new state of mind, and it was all thanks to…

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Fear and Loathing on the San Francisco Campaign Trail

In the downstairs room of an acquaintance’s house in the Castro District, 34-year-old travel writer and local political commentator Stuart…

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Dick’s, emoji balls, and Ellen Degeneres

Ellen Degeneres at SF State?! Yeah, not really.

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SF State’s Vista Room offers fine dining on a budget

Tucked away at the top of Burk Hall is the Vista Room, SF State’s secret restaurant. However, is it any good?

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