San Francisco State University
A new revitalization plan being championed in San Francisco would drastically reduce the number of cars on Market Street, and possibly even ban private motor vehicles altogether on downtown portions of Market.
SF language schools teach everything from American Sign Language to critical-needs languages for the diplomatically inclined or Shakespearean text work, audition preparation and Elizabethan insults.
A San Francisco State project that aims to improve acceptance for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth has created a new handbook to help reconcile the teachings of the Mormon Church with the needs of an LGBT child.
An interview with Dr. Robert Corrigan, the outgoing president at San Francisco State University on the state of higher education in California.
Les Wong has resigned as president of Northern Michigan University in Marquette to become president of San Francisco State University.
The military veterans were honored for their service and work in the classroom.
There are plenty of programs to help get students into college, but far less support to keep them there. This week’s Jefferson Award winner is working hard to help students earn their degrees.
A new stoplight was turned on Friday at an intersection in San Francisco’s Mission Terrace neighborhood where a college student was fatally struck in 2008.
Less than a week after Chancellor Charles Reed ordered that $90 million of financial aid be reallocated from tuition grants, abruptly eliminating a vital source of support for 20,000 grad students at all 23 CSU campuses, university officials announced the grant program had been saved.
With 132 free municipal tennis courts managed by the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department, plus courts in schools, neighborhoods and private clubs, picking out San Francisco’s can be tough. Here are the city’s best courts and clubs.