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Men’s soccer scores season-high four goals, blank Stanislaus State 4-0

The Gators’ offense came alive to score a season-high of four goals as SF State thrashed the Stanislaus State Warriors 4-0 at Cox Stadium today. Coming off a 1-1 week, the Gators approached the final two-game stretch needing a little help from other CCAA teams this weekend to guarantee a playoff berth. While five points ...

October 20, 2018

Gators close to clinching playoff spot after victory

Women’s soccer edged out a 1-0 victory against Stanislaus State in a game with major playoff implications. With the win, SF State inches closer to securing a playoff spot and are still in the running to host a first round playoff game. SF State is currently in fourth place and has one more conference game ...

October 20, 2018

Asian Improv Arts to host a multimedia performance

Asian Improv Arts are hosting a multimedia performance that’s inspired by interviews with World War II Japanese Incarceration camp survivors and family history through the Vietnam War. ImprovisAsians is an annual week of workshops and performances that celebrate the connection between the community and the performing arts building. “The event on October 23 features the ...

October 20, 2018

News

SF State improv groups commemorate social justice

Gathered on cloth-covered seats, students and visitors clumped together sporadically throughout Knuth Hall at SF State in anticipation of a cultural commemoration. They came to support their friends, search for inspiration, understanding or commemorate their memories. A series of collaborative performances at SF State between the Asian Improv Arts, the Sound and Social Justice Commons ...

October 19, 2018

Students join Marriott strikers march on Saturday

Striking Marriott workers across the country are persevering as they head into their third week of protest, spurred on by continuous media coverage of demonstrations on the street, all of which is taking a toll on hotel operations. The San Francisco Labor Council is planning a solidarity march for Saturday, Oct. 20 at 9 a.m. ...

October 19, 2018

YouTube crash sends users in a tizzy

The internet went crazy after YouTube crashed and users were unable to get content to play for almost two hours. On Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018, users reported YouTube experienced a global broadcasting outage, according to The Guardian. As the second-most visited website in the world, YouTube users were most upset that they were blocked from ...

October 18, 2018

College Democrats hope for a secure foothold at SF State

In an alcove on the second floor of the campus library gathers a revival. A small group of students huddle around a study space eager to resuscitate political action for college students. Each Wednesday, students meet in what is becoming the reestablishment of the College Democrats of SF State. Since its inception two years ago, ...

October 16, 2018

Opinion

Multimedia

A look into SFSU: Medina Family Farms

Jaime Medina’s family farm brings their berries from their farm in Watsonville to SFSU’s campus every Thursday. The berries 81-mile journey begins at 4 a.m., and arrive fresh in time for SFSU’s farmers’ market. The market has an official 10 a.m. opening time, but many stalls are set up and ready to sell prior to ...

October 18, 2018

El Podcast Ep.4

  On the fourth episode of El Podcast, we discuss millennial loteria, a fun new twist on the classic game of loteria. We also discuss the state of journalist living in Mexico, the country is seeing a high rate of murders within the journalism community. Lastly, we talk about how white folks love stealing Mexican ...

October 18, 2018

Commuter podcast Ep.1

One of the most prevalent aspects about working or going to school in San Francisco is that not all of us are able to actually live here. For many of us at SF State, we have to commute far distances to enjoy this exciting, busy city. According to a 2015 San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency ...

October 18, 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