San Francisco State University

SF State Latino Studies class breaks down local and state propositions for us

In this time of political upheaval it may be hard for California voters to focus…

SF State belatedly honors DACA student with posthumous degree

Three-and-a-half months since the tragic death of San Francisco State University student Gabriela Sanchez, the…

What Deferred Action has achieved and what we stand to lose

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is one of the most successful programs to emerge…

To act or not to act: marching against fear

Last January, as The Pussy Grabber entered the White House and became the 45th president,…

Latinos across U.S. brace for Donald Trump presidency

Following a highly abnormal presidential campaign buoyed by fear and outright bigotry, Donald Trump’s victory…

Latina SF State graduates honored for academic achievement

Two Latina San Francisco State University students received special recognition at the university’s May 27…

Renowned printmaker’s solo show pays homage to his farmworker roots

San Francisco-based printmaker Juan Fuentes, whose body of work spans more than four decades, will…

Ethnic Studies granted temporary funding, but students continue fight

In continuing efforts toward a solid future for the College of Ethnic Studies at SF…

Hundreds denounce looming budget cuts to SF State College of Ethnic Studies

Nearly 800 students and faculty marched across the SF State campus Thursday morning Feb. 25…

SF State College of Ethnic Studies could face major budget cuts

San Francisco State University’s College of Ethnic Studies may be in jeopardy of losing its…