01 Feb 2011

Marchers in Bay Area show support for Egypt uprising

With the protests in Egypt to oust Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, a longtime ally of the U.S. government, continuing to build momentum, several Bay Area organizations and community members believe the

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01 Feb 2011

B-boys break it down, vie for King of the Hill

Surrounded by a circle of cheering fans, drenched in sweat and exhausted, a dancer stood before a gauntlet of seven others hungry to topple him from his position. In an

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01 Feb 2011

STAFF EDITORIAL: Not everyone counts

When San Francisco last conducted a citywide count of the homeless population in 2009, it concluded that there were 6,514 homeless people. By most accounts, however, that number was far from

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01 Feb 2011

Homeless count an inexact science

San Francisco conducted its citywide homeless count on Jan. 27 in an attempt to document any change from the 6,514 estimated homeless citizens tallied in 2009. Executive director for the Coalition

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01 Feb 2011

Professional athletes need ethics too

Congratulations are in order for the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Congratulations for making it to one of the biggest sporting events in the country. But not everyone

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01 Feb 2011

Changes in store for ASI

The Associated Students Inc. Board of Directors hit the ground running this semester with talk of big change at their first meeting. The board is reviewing its lawspeaker position, which has judiciary

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01 Feb 2011

Tough loss for lady Gators

The SF State women’s basketball team fell short of a victory at home against Cal State San Bernardino Friday despite a strong start in the first half. In spite of a

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01 Feb 2011

Wrestlers squeeze win from Stanford

For the first time in nearly a decade, SF State men’s wrestling team can finally say that they beat Stanford University. “It was awesome,” said graduating senior Pierre Bondoc. “We haven’t beaten

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01 Feb 2011

Protesters, supervisor voice concerns about KUSF sale at rally

Protesters gathered in front of City Hall Tuesday afternoon against the sale of the University of San Francisco’s bandwidth for radio station KUSF to the University of Southern California. “They

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