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20

Years Professor of English Michael Krasny has hosted “Forum,” KQED’s award-winning news and public affairs program.


750,000

Gallons of water saved per year by using a grass substitute on the University’s new recreation field for students.


$5,000

Second-place prize money earned by the Gospel Gators, the first university choir to compete in “How Sweet the Sound,” a regional competition for the best gospel choir in America.


77

Percentage of the campus community that walks, bikes, takes public transit or carpools to SF State.

 

100

Nights per year that SF State students have easy access to a professional telescope, thanks to a donation from alumnus John Luongo. The gift enabled the University to partner with UC Berkeley to refurbish a telescope at Leuschner Observatory in Lafayette, which is now controlled remotely from Thornton Hall.

 

14

Consecutive years since 1999 that SF State alumni have earned Oscar nods.


 

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