After nearly seven months of court appearances, a former SF State student is in store for her toughest punishment – six days in county jail.
Ex-cheer coach Ashlee Nicole Haley was officially sentenced today after Judge Jeff Ross accepted the prosecution’s recommendation, officially ending her case
When University of California, San Francisco wanted to increase patient safety, it turned to robotic technology and electronics for superior mechanical efficiency. Today, giant robots count and process the medications received by patients at UCSF Medical Center.
“A robot picking medications makes less than 1 error
Supervisor Scott Weiner proposed a resolution Tuesday to oppose the proposed off-leash dog ban currently being considered by the Golden Gate National Resource Area. The GGNRA encompasses parks from Marin County through San Francisco down to South Bay.
“I am introducing a resolution to put us
Many traditional stories have been told by the warm light of a fireplace, invoking nostalgia that is passed down through generations. However, the story of more than 40 people dressed like Pee Wee Herman and touring North Beach in celebration of Paul Reubens' Day is
Despite falling to last place in the California Collegiate Athletic Association Monday, the SF State baseball team believes they will finish this season on a high note.
The Gators are 11-20 overall but just 6-18 in the CCAA. They have yet to win a series in
Last Thursday heralded the dawn of the 2011 baseball season and, with it, the reconvening of arguably the most storied and bitter rivalry in professional sports. This year’s first confrontation between the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers, however, was marked more by what
Japan is not a novice when dealing with earthquakes. The country is so well-prepared in case one strikes that even elementary students are knowledgeable about emergency procedures.
But this recent occurrence is different. The 9.0-magnitude earthquake, the largest recorded in Japan, triggered a tsunami, a number
As University faculty members were grilling students in the midst of midterm mayhem, the roles of the examined and the examiner switched as students were given a chance to grade SF State.
On March 24, SF State students took part in the accreditation process by sharing
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A single table draped with a purple banner and lined with a few stacks of golden fliers was the only noticeable mention of the Associated
R2-D2, Trekkies and comic aficionados gather at Moscone Center South for the 25th anniversary of WonderCon.
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For the most dedicated artists, the tunes and beats bouncing in
SF State students poised together in Malcolm X Plaza, preparing to launch into an acrobatic performance. Their white, gold and purple uniforms shone in the sun, while their physical presence drew students near.
Together they make up the SF State cheerleading team, which is made up
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The jazzy streets of the Fillmore, long filled with retail shops and a dearth of food options, will
California’s higher education is at a crucial juncture.
The budget crisis facing the California State University system is well-documented: a potential $500 million cut to its 2011-12 budget, ever-increasing tuition and a total $281 million budget reduction among the 23 campuses if Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed
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There is a place where capes and masks are the norm, where comic books and superheroes