April 2011

Now that President Robert A. Corrigan has announced that the University is moving forward with its merger to a six-college structure, many questions surrounding the restructuring are being answered. There is one organization, however, that is still shrouded in uncertainty—UPAC. While SF State is scheduled to

[caption id="attachment_6368" align="aligncenter" width="525" caption="Sara Donchey / Xpress staff"][/caption] When final exams end in less than a month and students begin relaxing for the summer, SF State's academic landscape will begin a drastic transformation. President Robert A. Corrigan announced April 22 that the University is moving forward

The University Planning Advisory Council asked faculty to weigh in once again on the newest proposal for the merging of colleges within SF State. However, despite faculty input, another professional population on campus that is heavily impacted by the reorganization feels ignored—the staff. “No matter what Corrigan

There are few constants in global politics: American imperialism,  Israeli-Palestinian tensions - and the Castro brothers ruling Cuba. The latter, however, may soon change. And for the first time in the more than five decades since the revolution, capitalism could slowly materialize without the admission of Cuba’s

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LkWOs_vnV8[/youtube] SF State students in the Ballet 3 class continue their classes despite blackouts and poor weather conditions that plagued the manic Monday of April 18. For more coverage of the SF State blackout and Earthquake that struck Pacifica, follow [X]Press on all our media sites: http://goldengatexpress.com http://twitter.com/XPressNews http://facebook.com/GoXpress