San Francisco State University President Leslie E. Wong announced Monday that the university will not use any its fund for students or employees to travel to Indiana.
By Jonathan Morales, SFSU News Struggling to find work in 2012 amid the fallout from the recession, photographer Brittany Powell declared bankruptcy to relieve herself of the credit card debt she had accumulated just trying [...]
By Beth Tagawa, SFSU News The State of California has awarded $3 million to support the Metro College Success Program, which helps underrepresented students at San Francisco State University and City College of San [...]
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 [...]
SFSU News Long reading lists, lectures, term papers, exams — all can add anxiety to a student’s life. But according to San Francisco State University Health Educator Christine Morley, there can be yet another, more [...]
By Beth Tagawa, SF State News The U.S. national debt is currently estimated at $18 trillion — and constantly rising. While that is a staggering figure, most of us do not spend much time pondering [...]
By Beth Tagawa, SFSU News For a recent San Francisco State University study, participants were asked to look at a commonplace image but avoid thinking of the word that corresponds with the image or how [...]
By Jonathan Morales, SFSU News Artists typically do not want to hear their work described as “garbage.” But for Michael Arcega’s latest project, the description is especially apt.
San Francisco State University will hold its 114th Commencement exercises at AT&T Park. The ceremony, scheduled for May 22, will be the first college or university commencement to take place at the 15-year-old waterfront ballpark. [...]
For decades, scientists around the world have worked to develop a treatment for schistosomiasis, a debilitating water-born parasite that affects more than 200 million people worldwide.