09 May 2012

Cyclists on cellphones may soon pay the price if Senate bill is passed

Cyclists on cellphones may soon have to pay a fine for their multitasking ways. A bill going through state Senate hearings would fine bicyclists a flat fee of $20 for

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09 May 2012

VIDEO: Sunday Streets engages community in the Mission

Families, local businesses, community programs and visitors gathered at the Mission May 6 for its first of four Sunday Streets. Sunday Streets is a neighborhood event that brings people together

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09 May 2012

SF State commuter students may be forced to buy Clipper card

Update 5/12/12: Beginning Aug. 1, students who scan their Clipper cards before exiting BART will have 23 hours to use the transfer before it voids, as opposed to a one hour

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09 May 2012

Running or walking, SF State's 5k brings awareness

When he crossed the finish line first, 23-year-old kinesiology major Christian Swanson got to live his year-long dream of running for wellness. After his grandfather suffered a stroke a year

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09 May 2012

SF State athletes strive to stay in shape during offseason

For many students the summer is the perfect time to unwind from the monotony of the semester, but student athletes don’t have that luxury. Their summers are the time to

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09 May 2012

SF State students feel the burn of student debt

Allison Michael will be graduating from SF State this semester with close to $40,000 in debt, despite saving as much as she could by going to community college and only

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09 May 2012

Food trucks arrive on SF State campus

The brightly colored and uniquely designed food trucks that adorn the streets of San Francisco have now shown up on the SF State campus after a year of discussion and

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09 May 2012

Mr. Fix It: Understaffing a contributor to fix-it problems at SF State

In my short time of trying to fix things at SF State, I’ve gotten away with being a few minutes late to classes due to malfunctioning clocks. I’ve seen restrooms at

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09 May 2012

SF State freshmen try to avoid infamous freshman 15

At the end of the semester, in a flurry of finals and stress-ridden assignments, many students can look back at the late-night Village Market pizza and the decision to take

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09 May 2012

SF State seniors share struggles in meeting requirements before graduation

Your dream of wearing that elusive SF State purple cap and gown can quickly turn into a nightmare if you’re not careful about completing all the requirements for graduation. Seniors

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09 May 2012

Campus crime update: A Banksy imposter on campus, a Law and Order fantasy, a beer pong celebration gone awry

Exiting the Gift Shop, Entering the Campus Two incidents of graffiti vandalism were reported May 3 and 4. The first occurred between noon May 2 and 2:30 p.m. May 3

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09 May 2012

SF State makes strong showing at San Francisco International Film Festival

Shining stars as well as up-and-coming talent from the film industry gathered at cinematic landmarks around the bay April 19-May 3 for the International Film Festival, and local talent from

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09 May 2012

Miss Black California Brijet Finister dispels stereotypes of pageantry

Growing up, Brijet Finister had been deemed too thin, too beautiful, too smart, or too successful, but never just right. Back then, this bothered her immensely, but during her college career

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09 May 2012

St. Luke's Episcopal Church hosts weekly Sunday Night Mic event

On Sunday mornings, the large wooden doors of the St. Luke’s Espiscopal Church open for their Holy Eucharist and worship with Rector Dana Corsello. But, on Sunday nights, they open for

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09 May 2012

The Ins And Outs: Measuring the benefits of male contraception

Women know that dealing with birth control can be quite the hassle. A new condom each encounter. One pill every day. A new patch every week. A new ring every

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