11 Oct 2011

VIDEO: What gets you stressed and how do you cope?

Students are no strangers to stress. With work, school, finances and family to worry about, stress tends to be an unwelcome presence in many students’ lives. But how should they

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11 Oct 2011

Now in Pixel art gallery takes SF State students to another time

Seeing pixels in video games or in art seems to have become a thing of the past. Artists and designers are always doing what they can to create the cleanest

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11 Oct 2011

Faculty strike is justified, pay increases long overdue

The California Faculty Association decided last Wednesday to move forward with plans to strike. A final decision will be given later this month. We support the association’s position. The CFA,

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11 Oct 2011

Educators create more jobs than big corporations

All of a sudden rich people are getting credit for being “job creators.” The punditry argues that the wealthy should have money filtered their way so they can create employment

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11 Oct 2011

PHOTOS: Ocean Beach sandcastle contest features family fun

The 28th annual LEAP sandcastle contest was held on the shores of Ocean Beach on Saturday, October 8. Elementary school children, families, friends, teachers and volunteers spent the day transforming

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11 Oct 2011

LGBT conference aims to uplift transgendered community at SF State

If you look at the concept of gender through black and white lenses, you’re missing out on the colorful array of ways to understand and express identity. Although SF State

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11 Oct 2011

Stressed-out students not taking advantage of SF State health services

Some students can handle it, while others fall victim to it. Stress is nothing new.  The never-ending mountain of homework, papers, projects and midterms combined with trying to make financial

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11 Oct 2011

SF State LGBT community looks to unify at Queer Yo Mind conference

Although the rainbow is a symbol of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community’s unity, the colors within it are still very much separated. SF State will host its first

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11 Oct 2011

SF State creative writing professor selected to edit poetry anthology

Hearing the word “poetry” might put some to sleep, but post-modern American prose isn’t anything like Emily Dickinson. SF State’s creative writing professor Paul Hoover was selected by publishing giant

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11 Oct 2011

Marijuana decriminalization: the middle ground both sides seem to miss

The debate around the legalization of marijuana is always a fun one to watch, especially for those who enjoy catching argumentative fallacies. There is a special kind of hyperbole swung

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11 Oct 2011

PHOTOS: Demonstrators against the Afghanistan war join Occupy SF

Several hundred protesters against the Afghanistan war rallied alongside Occupy SF protesters on Friday to mark the 10th anniversary of the war. The two groups of demonstrators each held their

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11 Oct 2011

SF State student studying in Chile caught in middle of violent protest

What started as a typically peaceful Metro ride to school in Santiago, Chile for international relations and Spanish major Frank Polizzi slowly turned sour as the smell of tear gas

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11 Oct 2011

Students alarmed by sexual assault, SF State increases police patrol

Many SF State students were shocked to hear about the sexual assault that occurred in the Towers at Centennial Square dormitories between 5-8 p.m Friday, Sept. 30. According to University

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11 Oct 2011

SF State intramural tennis lets students exercise creativity

After a hard week of classes there may be nothing more enjoyable than blowing off some steam with friends. One group, tennis team Casual Sets, serves up laughs and exercise

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