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Building projects 20 percent completion

The construction site for the future Liberal and Creative Arts building between the Humanities and Creative Arts buildings on Monday, April 8, 2019. (TRISTEN ROWEAN/ Golden Gate Xpress)

Natalia Pourazar
April 9, 2019
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The construction site for the future Liberal and Creative Arts building between the Humanities and Creative Arts buildings on Monday, April 8, 2019. (TRISTEN ROWEAN/ Golden Gate Xpress)   The two ongoing construction projects are about 20 percent complete and are expected to be finished betw...

Lockers run vacant in the Science Building

Lockers sit a hallway in the Science Building at SF State on Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017. Lockers in the Science Building that are usually in full use have vacancies. (Travis Wesley/Golden Gate Xpress)

Jose Jimenez
December 6, 2017
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Lockers, which usually fill up within the first week of school, are still available inside the Science Building. SF State engineering stockroom equipment technician Michael Lino said that some students majoring in engineering decided to not occupy a locker this semester. “The first couple of weeks ...

Faculty votes unanimously to merge dance program with theater arts

Peter Snarr
October 30, 2014
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Theater arts faculty members and two tenure track dance professors voted to move the dance program out of the School of Music and Dance and into the theater arts department Monday, commencing the first step to official University approval. The program’s move was approved in an overwhelming 18-0...

College of Liberal and Creative Arts open their doors for student showcase.

SF State students Ethan Fry (left) and Kyle Merryman (right) perform William Shakespeare's

Nicole Paradise
September 28, 2014
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The second annual College of Liberal and Creative Arts Opening Day gave students a reason to brag about their work Sunday afternoon in a festival full of talent and creativity. Activities throughout the day included live theatre, art, dance, the Afro-Cuban jazz ensemble, poetry and award-winning short...

‘Keys’ exhibition in the Administration Building paints the University as an open door for all

Despite a meticulous transport, SF State alumna Shenny Cruces untangles knots in her

Nicole Paradise
September 20, 2014
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After searching through china cabinets and junk stores, artist and alumna Shenny Cruces alters porcelain items, turning them into sculpture to expose the meaning of objects in our lives. Cruces shared the many aspects that go into making her art during a reception in SF State’s Alumni Hall Art Gallery...

Lecture series remembers innovative work of arts and technology professor Stephen Wilson

Peter Snarr
September 8, 2014
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For over 27 years Stephen Wilson taught conceptual/information arts at SF State. Now, three years after his death, the department he worked in is presenting a new lecture series dedicated in his name. The Stephen Wilson Lecture Series aims to “feature guest artists who work at the same intersection...

A clay exhibit that took ‘1350 Hours, conservatively’ is featured in the Fine Arts Gallery

Leslie Bock shaves strips of clay to for her continuous master thesis piece on Saturday, May 10. Her current inspiration is the landscape she passes on I-280 as she drives up from her home in San Jose. Photo by Lorisa Salvatin / Xpress

Angelica Williams
May 18, 2014
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Not many artists are able to push beyond the boundaries as Leslie Bock does. She molds, weaves and sculpts basic art materials into something beyond what most art fanatics will initially recognize as “art” today. Leslie Bock has been crafting ceramics for the past three years and in her recent piece, titled “1350 Hours, Conservatively,” is being featured at the M...

UPDATE: Parts of Science Building scheduled to re-open in two weeks

 An aerial view of the Science building taken from Thorton HallTuesday, January 28. Photo by Jessica Christian / Xpress

Michael Barba
April 16, 2014
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SF State officials are scheduling staggered times for faculty and staff to enter the Science Building April 28, according to Ron Cortez, vice president and chief financial officer of administration and finance. With one month left in the semester, some faculty will again have access to their labs while others will...

Science Building town hall meeting concludes no health hazards for students

Science Building town hall meeting concludes no health hazards for students

Jayda McClendon and Chloe Johnson
February 18, 2014
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Michael Buelna, a Zoology major, asks a question to the speakers at the town hall meeting on the science building closure, in SF State's McKenna Theatre, Feb. 13, 2014. Buelna has had a few classes in the science building. Photo by Gavin McIntyre / Xpress SF State held a town hall meeting Feb. 13 t...

VIDEO: SF State students sit in on administration building as part of walkout

VIDEO: SF State students sit in on administration building as part of walkout

Xpress Staff
November 15, 2011
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Update, 7:18 p.m.: All protesters have vacated the Administration building. Update, 6:53 p.m.: About eight students remain in the Administration building after it has been closed for nearly an hour. The protesters have been trying to negotiate a meeting time with President Robert A. Corrigan with Joseph G...

First day of no classes on campus

Cafe Rosso was closed due to the limited number of students on campus

David Sjostedt, Editor-in-Chief
March 11, 2020
Filed under Campus, Coronavirus

SF State’s campus is clean as ever today, and the building floors are shining with disinfectants.  In the humanities building, a lonely wet floor sign waits for the after lunch rush of students and faculty that will never come.  Hand sanitizer is readily available across the administrative offic...

SF State student gets production job with Classical Ensemble

Felicia Hyde
November 19, 2019
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When Greer McGettrick was in their early 20s, they played guitar and piano in various musical groups. McGettrick then became interested in the cello and learned to read and write music and studied music composition.  Greer McGettrick stands over piano being repaired in the Fine Arts building at SF State on Nov. 6 (Photo by S...

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