San Francisco State University
A controversial poem about President Barack Obama written by a San Francisco State University political science student entitled “Of Our Negro Saviour” has generated a controversial buzz on the Internet.
Next time you park in a private lot consider you may be towed even though you’ve abided by the posted signs. Two San Francisco siblings recently learned that the hard way at Stonestown Galleria mall.
Two students at San Francisco State University have been diagnosed with chickenpox, prompting officials to send a health warning to students.
So far this month, eight children have died from heatstroke in hot vehicles in the United States.
California State University campuses at Sonoma and San Francisco are among just 10 state universities that are accepting applications for spring 2013 admissions/
“If you liked 50 Shades of Grey, you’ll love the Sleeping Beauty trilogy.” That phrase will be printed on every book jacket of Anne Rice’s “Sleeping Beauty” series…
Search efforts for missing Morgan Hill teenager Sierra LaMar are the focus of two new short documentary films about the case created by a local independent filmmaker.
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.