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Bay Area vocalist Linda Tillery.

Bay Area African American Women in Music: Eclecticism remains Linda Tillery’s Forte

Ever since she answered a newspaper classified ad in 1967 that read, “Wanted: One Soul Singer” – which happened to be the title of her favorite Johnnie Taylor album – Linda Tillery has been one [...]
(left to right) Becky Huang and Jeff Boyd of the Neighbor Fund, and Yamilet Gonzalez of Renaissance Bayview join Yolanda Jones of YCAT-C and Chi-Ming Chien of the Neighbor Fund in greeting YCAT-C’s arrow board after its first day on the job.

Local Business Receives Neighbor Fund Loan

Yolanda’s Construction Administration & Traffic Control (YCAT-C) recently received a small business loan from the Neighbor Fund, a community-based and community-vetted revolving loan fund for small businesses in the Bayview community. YCAT-C used these proceeds [...]
SF State student Sabrina Sakdikul will compete at the American Forensics Association's National Individual Event Tournament next month.

Debate Team Members Find Passions and Success

By Jonathan Morales, SFSU News For the first 21 years of her life, Sabrina Sakdikul didn’t know how to pronounce her last name. At school, she came up with jokes to explain away the difficult [...]
A painting in the exhibit, "Maestros: 20th Century Mexican Masters" at The Mexican Museum of San Francisco.

San Leandro’s Big Read Hosts Field Trip to Bay Area Museums

As part of San Leandro’s 2015 Big Read Program, the Public Library is offering a field trip to two Bay Area Museums: The Oakland Museum of California and The Mexican Museum of San Francisco. <
Book cover of "International Migration, US Immigration Law and Civil Society: From the Colonial Era to the 113th Congress."

USF to Host Panel on Immigration

The University of San Francisco (USF) is partnering with the Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS) to host a panel discussion on US immigration history, policy and civil society.
Denise Caramagno

UCSF Office of Diversity and Outreach Hires a CARE Advocate

By Paul Day, UCSF News UC San Francisco’s Office of Diversity and Outreach has hired Denise Caramagno as the University’s care advocate. She will provide crisis intervention and ongoing support at UCSF to survivors of [...]
Team member Eric Wong (left) accepts certificates recognizing the team's efforts from iGEM, the City of San Francisco and the California State Assembly.

High Schoolers Help Grow ‘Genetically Engineered Machines’

By Kathleen Masterson   Taking molecular parts from living organisms to engineer biological systems sounds a bit like science fiction, but with the help of University of California San Francisco researchers, high school students are [...]