Family fun in the Outer Sunset

The Outer Sunset District of San Francisco celebrated its eighth annual free music festival this past weekend amidst chilly weather, with lots of warm neighborhood love for the whole family. The event took place between 45th and 47th avenues on Noriega Street and was sponsored by the Outer Noriega Merchants Association, an organized group of ...

October 17, 2018

SF State judo looking into practice with UC Berkeley

Judo club is back and has big plans for the upcoming semester. Nick Mitchell, the judo club president, discussed the possibility of setting up an open mat practice with other colleges such as UC Berkeley. Mitchell also said that members of the club want to enter into City College of San Francisco's annual judo tournament. Phillip Kilmer is one of those members eager to compete. A brown belt, Kilmer has never competed in judo and wants to test his skills. Another goal for the judo club is to have more team building exercises. Next weekend the club plans to go on a hike. The goal of these off campus events is to build chemistry within the club as well as exercising.

October 17, 2018


SF State to remove baseball field, tennis court

SF State plans to replace its baseball field and tennis courts with a new “eco-space,” leaving the baseball team to move to a high school stadium. The plan, which appears in the Future State 2035 campus master plan, is slated to happen sometime in the next five to 10 years. Vice President of University Enterprise ...

October 16, 2018

Self-proclaimed Nazi enrolls in race and resistance studies class

An SF State student’s hateful ideology was exposed on Tuesday, Oct. 9 when flyers were posted anonymously warning the student body that “a violent Nazi” was in their midst. The flyers read “Alert!Alert! Nazi on Campus,” and depicted a photo collage of 37-year-old Brian Cofield, shirtless with a swastika tattoo, above text that read “I ...

October 16, 2018

Japanese internment gardens reveal endurance of the human spirit

For Koji Lau-Ozawa, learning what the word “camp” meant in his grandmother’s stories involved the horrors of incarceration, as well as making the best of terrible circumstances. Lau-Ozawa, an SF State alum and current Stanford doctoral candidate in anthropology, has researched man-made structures at the Gila River Incarceration Camp in southern Arizona, where his grandparents ...

October 15, 2018

Dramatic drop in transferring students prompts budget concerns

SF State saw a sharp decline in incoming transfer undergraduate applicants this year, raising concerns over the university’s bottom line. During an Oct. 10 budget committee meeting, Sutee Sujitparapitaya, associate provost of Institutional Analytics, told senior SF State administration and faculty that transferring undergrads went from more than 23,000 in Fall 2017 to just under ...

October 15, 2018



Movements behind Ford allegations

The movement #Metoo, took the internet by storm with victims of sexual assault taking a stand against their perpetrators and standing in solidarity together. The movement started by Tarana Burke sparked when Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan, Gwyneth Paltrow and over 20 more women accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault. Similarly to #MeToo, a series of ...

October 10, 2018

The Red Light Girl Ep.1

The Red Light Girl is an open space for people to express their thoughts about controversial topics without judgment. This podcast is dedicated to untangling all the hidden truths behind our day by day thoughts, actions and questions. EPISODE 1: Technology, beneficial to humanity or a stairway to bankruptcy? Technology has always been a tricky ...

October 5, 2018

The power of companionship

The Power Of Companionship focuses on two couples and a pair of friends talking about the positive aspects of their relationships with each other. The piece is about the way intimacy improves our lives. In a world of conflict, anger, hostility and breaking news, we turn to the friendships and relationships we have with those ...

October 5, 2018