Courtesy of USF News USF computer science students and alumni are helping disabled patients stand and walk again with therapeutic video games that build patients’ strength and agility.
McClymonds High School, the school of champions and home of the original Warriors, is celebrating its 100th anniversary next week with a series of events that honors generations of graduates and recognizes the continuing importance [...]
Betsy Schulz, who has taught generations of high school students at Oakland Emiliano Zapata Street Academy, has retired after 42 years Schulz began her teaching career at the small alternative school, [...]
By Beth Tagawa, SF State News The groundbreaking took place Thursday for the Mashouf Wellness Center, the first major facility to be built on the San Francisco State University campus in more than [...]
Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter and the San Leandro City Council announced that the San Leandro Public Library has been awarded a sixth consecutive Big Read grant. A program of the National Endowment for the [...]
Trustees of the Peralta Community College District recently voted to appoint Dr. Jowel C. Laguerre as the new chancellor of the district’s four colleges. Currently superintendent of the Solano Community College District, Laguerre [...]
By — SFSU News & New Media Director Jonathan Morales An SF State student will spend the fall semester at KQED working to further the cause of diversity in journalism, an issue of [...]
Tre Landry, a sophomore from Georgia State University and KeChaunte Johnson, a graduate student at SF State, are preparing a plankton tow sample for microscopic examination at the Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental [...]
Courtesy of The Richmond Standard Students and teachers from the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) got a taste of college life during a weeklong summer engineering program held last week at [...]
As a young child, Muhammad Abdulla worked as a farmer, planting seeds in Yemen. The work was difficult, but he knew it would define his future.