12 Apr 2011

Relay team races past odds

The SF State women’s 4×400 relay team didn’t know what to expect when they entered the indoor national championships in Albuquerque, NM. They had never competed together before; in fact,

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12 Apr 2011

Gators fail to climb up standings

The SF State baseball team was out-batted from the first pitch as they were served their fifth loss in the last six games, losing 6-2. Their loss was against the

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12 Apr 2011

Park Merced residents resist redevelopment

Every day, Margaret Leahy returns home from her part-time teaching job at SF State and is greeted with excitement by her dancing pint-sized pooch, Marley. She treats Marley to a

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12 Apr 2011

Controversial sit-lie ordinance begins enforcement

Morgan, who goes by the self-styled last name of “Dirty Rotten Pole Cat,” was born the son of a schoolteacher. In adulthood, he pursued formal training to be a cook,

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12 Apr 2011

Women's softball splits grueling four-day series

Playing a grueling four doubleheaders in the span of four days, the SF State softball team relied on strong pitching and timely hitting to maintain their recent high level of

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12 Apr 2011

Online dating gives college students new hormonal outlet

College students have to fight for their right to get their freak on. Talks of deficits, budget cuts, and delayed graduation times seem to have replaced water cooler chatter of

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12 Apr 2011

LGBT studies major to be available at CCSF

While budget cuts threaten the existence of many programs at California colleges and universities, one San Francisco institution is looking to add one. Faculty at City College of San Francisco

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12 Apr 2011

Sex without a username

“Cute guy with a white shirt and grey zip-up on. You’re sitting with two girls at a table against the well. You have a cute smile! (: We keep making

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12 Apr 2011

Construction in parking structure for seismic safety

Parking lot 20 is currently undergoing construction to build shear walls on levels 1 through 4 of the parking structure. Campus planner Wendy Bloom said the walls are intended to

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12 Apr 2011

VIDEO: SF State calls for an end to violence against women

Video by Brittany Doohan In honor of V-Day, SF State women are proving to peers that they can stand up to violence. Knuth Hall hosted the first of two performances

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12 Apr 2011

Broken parking meters no longer constitute free parking

In the land of one-way streets and no left turns, driving in San Francisco can be enough of a challenge. When you tack on the obstacle of finding parking, trying

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12 Apr 2011

VIDEO: Student author shares experiences, achievements

A table stands alone on the first floor of the Humanities building with stacks of books along the edge. The students who sit behind the stacks go almost unnoticed as

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12 Apr 2011

Tax initiative may decide fate of CSU system

California voters may soon have the opportunity to relieve the burden of the California State University system – or further asphyxiate it. A possible upcoming California special election could cause

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12 Apr 2011

Faculty votes on newest proposal for college merger

Faculty responded in record numbers two months ago to vote on three controversial options for the University’s college merger. Now, the administration is asking for an encore. President Robert A.

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12 Apr 2011

Students demand attention for higher education

When it comes to cuts to education, Students for Quality Education have one main philosophy: louder is better. SQE and the California Faculty Association are encouraging students to raise their

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12 Apr 2011

New pitching helmet should be acknowledged as life saver

Parents, fear no more. The sound of a ball striking an aluminum bat will no longer be as frightening. In the game of baseball, when these two solid objects collide,

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