Nearly everyone has read “Of Mice and Men” or “Lord of the Flies,” and it’s a fairly common sight in San Francisco to see someone on a bicycle donning a
Editors Caitlin Olson and Gil Riego Jr. ask students what they would feel if their parents decided to join an SF State focused PTA for college students.
Mayoral candidates appeared at City College of San Francisco Sept. 28 to discuss key city issues ranging from curtailing crime, fighting poverty and preventing police corruption to finding funding for
Forkin’ Hayes Hayes Valley has become a destination neighborhood in the last few years for those with some cash to burn. The streets are lined with upscale boutiques and manicured
If you take a walk through SF State, it’s likely you will come across thousands of students struggling to get through the day, each with their own obstacles. What you
A power outage affected the campus at approximately 11:15 a.m. today and extended as far as Daly City. The reasons for the outage remain uncertain. “PG&E has for some reason
Twitter exploded Wednesday night with #riptroydavis hashtags and cries of outrage that continued after the news that Troy Davis had been declared dead via lethal injection. This execution brings the
Bookstore Thefts, oh my! Between September 19 and 22. Man, the bookstore can’t catch a break! Last week, there were five reported incidents of attempted shoplifting at the SF State
The SF State Women’s soccer team failed to bring their A game and, as a result, suffered a 1-0 loss to Cal State Dominguez Hills Friday at Cox Stadium.
In feel-good sports movies, the big game is always a visual and emotional treat. The stands are packed with fans, the players are dripping sweat and the field is pristine.
The San Francisco Giants produced a solid season, but overall it was disappointing to the fans and the players. The Giants, returning World Series Champions of 2010, lost their final game
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Jose Monje’s first goal of the season was the deciding factor in the SF State men’s soccer game against the Sonoma State Seawolves in Sunday afternoon’s game. With only
Commuting in San Francisco can be challenging, especially during rush hour when having to transfer to a different bus line. The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency hopes to decrease the
The next time you’re at Ocean Beach, make sure to take a picture for the grandchildren, because it might not be there much longer. According to a study published by
Tourists to the Castro today got a little more of a photo-op than normal as nudists gathered for a peaceful protest in the neighborhood ahead of Sunday’s Folsom Street Fair.
Still showing signs of elation after last night’s win, the SF State volleyball team carried its momentum to another 3-0 sweep. The Gators defeated the Cal State East Bay Pioneers
As students get into the swing of the semester, six artists with roots in various locations around South Asia will be presenting art on immigration and their cultural roots through
It seems like everyone has had that one waiter who gets your order wrong, has a poor attitude or rarely shows up to your table. In response you may think
Saman Assadi’s first goal of the season for the SF State men’s soccer team turned out to be the clincher in the game on Sunday afternoon against the Cal
At the corner of 20th and Winston, an empty space sits dark and abandoned with drooping signs in the window, nooks in the walls where wooden shelves and panels once
Every sporting field is built for fairness. The sidelines are all the same length. The baskets are the same height. The rules apply equally to all athletes. Most sports even
As the light from a massive screen shined over the 200 person audience, it became apparent that the coming week would be full of education, culture and art at Cine+Mas’s
Protesters at UC Berkeley occupied Tolman Hall today as part of a protest against the UC system’s recent decision to hike tuition, put on by a student-led group Students Against
As the clarinet player in her high school marching band, Dianthe “Dee” Spencer never thought she would be winning awards and shaping young minds to hopefully one day do the
A new organization is in the process of being formed at SF State this semester, but unlike most campus organizations, this one isn’t for the students. It’s called the Parents
Junior midfileder Nicole Vanni was once again the hero for the SF State women’s soccer team. Her goal in the 76 minute gave the Gators a 1-0 victory in a tightly
Junior midfielder Nicole Vanni scored two goals to lead the SF State women’s soccer team wire-to-wire dominance in its 3-0 win over Humboldt State University on Friday at Cox Stadium.
Despite being five weeks into the semester, Associated Students Inc. is currently running on a out of date budget for this year that has not taken into account the additional
Pedestrians and vehicles have been ordered out of the area surrounding Post and Mason Streets in downtown San Francisco after a construction crew hit a gas main line around 2:15
Being a student athlete at SF State is almost like something out of a spy novel — these young men and women live double lives, weaving in and out of
Diversity is something that is not only accepted but also appreciated at SF State, and the University’s volleyball team is no exception. This season features two new additions to the
While many college students are rationing their student loans by living on a Top Ramen diet, this may be only the beginning of their financial woes. Students nationwide are having
Though many are familiar with the landmark, few people know that the Golden Gate bridge has been the final destination of almost 2,000 people who ended their lives after grappling
It’s 1876 and the courtroom in the Gold Coast of West Africa is small. The jurors are restless as they listen to a young woman named Abina Mansah desperately trying
With every student paying $51 in student fees, Xpress editors Gil Riego Jr. and Godofredo Vasquez venture off into the SF State campus asking people what should the Associated Students