A large group of kids could be seen congregating on the edge of the basketball court at the new Willie Brown Middle School in the Bay View district of San Francisco.
By Mary Kenny, SFSU News A bequest from retired television writer and producer Toni Weingarten will provide scholarships for first-generation, educationally and economically disadvantaged students who want to pursue bachelor’s degrees in theatre at [...]
By Mike Billings, UCSF News In the 1940s, it was cancer. In the ’80s, it was HIV. Today, the condition that’s battling pervasive social stigma is mental illness. As with cancer [...]
Oakland grocers and small businesses held a press conference this week and submitted an open letter to Oakland City Council members, saying that they are misleading voters and making false claims in the media about [...]
By Ed Carpenter, USF News USF computer scientists have joined the national Computer Science For All movement to train 10,000 public school teachers to teach under-resourced high school students computer programming. It’s an effort [...]
By Olga R. Rodriguez, AP San Francisco is getting another cultural treasure — a world-class museum to showcase the largest collection of Mexican and Latino art in the nation.
Professor Samuel Bennett, lead organist and church musician at Bethel AME Church, was honored last Sunday with a proclamation from San Francisco City Hall for his commitment to music and church service.
By Jonathan Morales, SFSU News More than 450 Bay Area teachers, teacher candidates, school administrators and other educators gathered at San Francisco State University last week for a free, statewide day of networking and [...]
By Arvin Temkar, USF News Antoinette Malveaux ’81 has been named the 2016 University of San Francisco alumna of the year for her service to the university and her work to improve the foster [...]
Iris Canada won a court battle on April 27 of this year to stay in her home at 670 Page Street in San Francisco, a house she has lived in for over half a decade [...]