SF State Magazine Spring 2007

The cover of the Spring 2007 SF State Magazine features two penguins, heads bent together as they view their offspring on the ground below.

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Animated Statements
At SF State, students are breathing life
into imagined people and animals. Their
animated characters sing, dance and
wrestle with big questions.
By Jonathan Kiefer

Characters from the Dreamworks Animation feature, "Shrek the Third."

The Ox-Bow Man at SF State
An alumnus explores the legacy
of Walter Van Tilburg Clark -- the marks
he left on students' papers and
on their hearts and minds.
By Jackson J. Benson

Handwritten notes by writer Walter Van Tilburg Clark.

A Way With Words
There's no debating it, SF State's Forensics
Team is a public-speaking powerhouse.
By Adrianne Bee

Alumnus Doug Mungin helps coach the SF State Forensics Team.

A Questioning Mind
Deborah Tolman, director of
the Center for Research on Gender
and Sexuality, tells her students
that the questions they ask
will change the world.
By Heather Boerner

Deborah Tolman, director of the Center for Research on Gender and Sexuality.

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