08 Mar 2011

Gator wrestler prepares for NCAA championship

Josh Nolan is a superstar. Just ask his former classmates. Nolan was voted “most likely to be a superstar” at his alma mater Quincy High School, where he graduated in

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08 Mar 2011

Go ahead, explore your inner warlock

Charlie Sheen is not winning. At the moment, he is out of a job, has lost custody of his young sons and is riding his newfound Twitter fame all the

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08 Mar 2011

Dems: Don't just give up

With the fracture of state legislatures between Republican and Democrat lawmakers sweeping the country, the American political system is further deteriorating. It appears that this fracture is no longer bureaucratic

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08 Mar 2011

Artist paints to benefit life

Staring back at the face in a painting, tears start to build in Trinh Mai’s eyes. She is reminded of a distant connection she shares with this little boy she

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08 Mar 2011

Budget cuts run deep for SF students

David Quintana is not an overly anxious man, but even he worries about the future of his education. In the face of impending and threatening budget cuts, he attempts to

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08 Mar 2011

Former inmates speak out against literary censorship

Keeping up with current events, using cell phones and being able to read any material one chooses may not seem out of the ordinary to most people, but for many

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08 Mar 2011

Gator triathlon makes debut at Stanford 'Treeathlon'

The Gator Triathlon officially kicked off its collegiate career this semester by participating in the first West Coast Collegiate Triathlon Conference race, the seventh-annual Stanford Treeathlon. Schools from up and

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08 Mar 2011

Asia Express to be evicted

After 14 years of service, Asia Express, a Chinese eatery on the bottom floor of the Cesar Chavez Student Center, is fighting to keep its place despite its financial shortcomings.

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08 Mar 2011

Gator co-captain retires from life on court

After four years of practices, wins and losses, and new and old teammates, senior guard and co-captain Phoenix O’Rourke stepped under the flourescent lights of “The Swamp” to play what

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08 Mar 2011

VIDEO: Madamn Burnz host 'Really Raw as flux', an aerial acrobatic and raw food show

Flashing lights and psychedelic rock music set the scene at the Jellyfish Gallery Thursday, Feb. 24, for the aerial silk and fire eating performance by Madamn Burnz and her students

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08 Mar 2011

Sheen 'wins' prize for media sheepherder

Hold the presses! Someone has outshined the Biebs. It’s not another teen idol, natural disaster or foreign uprising against tyranny that’s making headlines, though. According to the New York Times,

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08 Mar 2011

Former cheer coach pleads guilty to embezzlement

After nearly six months of court appearances, former SF State cheer coach Ashlee Nicole Haley pled guilty to one count of embezzlement Monday. The prosecution recommended to Judge Jeff Ross

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08 Mar 2011

Inhumane treatment for soldier seeking justice

When is it wrong to report a crime? When the U.S. military is the guilty party, of course. Bradley Manning, a 23-year-old U.S. Army soldier, is currently being held in

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08 Mar 2011

Gas price increase moves SF to most expensive in the nation

Fifty dollars can buy fifty cheeseburgers, a textbook, a pair of Nikes – or these days, one tank of gas. According to gasbuddy.com, a site that tracks gas prices across

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08 Mar 2011

Mario Kart races to the canvas

As the cliche goes you only have one life to live, but that does not apply to video games like Super Mario Brothers or Duck Hunt. Now, even art fans

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08 Mar 2011

Rising cost of flour impacts local bakeries

Aromas of yeast, milk, sugar, butter, eggs, flour and cinnamon emanate from La Mejor Bakery on 24th and Bartlett streets. The alluring smell fills the adjacent sidewalks. The display of Mexican

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08 Mar 2011

UPDATED WITH VIDEO: Day of Action highlights looming cuts to higher education

*UPDATE – Multimedia Editor Aaron Williams interviews various supporters of the ‘Day of Action’ protest. Students and faculty will unite once again to protest budget cuts in a statewide Day

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