The Seattle-based music group Blue Scholars, made up of MC Geologic and DJ and music producer Sabzi, returned to San Francisco for their "Town All Day" tour on Wednesday, Dec. 5 at The Fillmore. The Blue Scholars brought along fellow Seattle hip-hop groups to the
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They say good
Counting ballots took longer than usual in the race for District 7 supervisor, but Norman Yee, president of the San Francisco Board of Education, snagged the open seat left by Supervisor Sean Elsbernd.
Yee is a product of the public school system and earned his bachelor’s
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Against all odds, Decensae White was determined to
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="640" caption="After being asked to leave the third floor of Mary Ward Hall for "scaring the residents," student Melissa Covert took her Ouija board to a friend's dorm room in another building on campus to seek further answers about the Copeland murder-suicide
‘Tis the season for finals and tuition payments as the holiday season begins and the end of the year draws near.
As students, faculty and staff prepare to close the semester, holiday spirit is emerging all over SF State. The Children’s Campus is getting in the
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Some say they’ll give you wings, others
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="256" caption="Bears! Bears! Bears! are a San Francisco band made up of (left to right) Phil Cala, Ricky Rios and Evan Leal. The band has just finished recording their first full-length album, "All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go." The CD is
Walter Biondi is 94 years old. He joined the Pacific Rod and Gun Club in 1980 after his retirement, and he teaches skeet shooting at the club for almost 20 years.
The Pacific Rod and Gun Club was established in 1934. It served as the only shooting facility in
Xpress catches up with students from the Intramural Soccer League during one of their indoor practices. Students meet up in the gym Monday nights starting at 7 p.m. to engage in friendly competition while honing their soccer skills.
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The holidays have always been big
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The Gators handled the visiting Cal
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="640" caption="SF State Gators' Lauren Varney (24) looks to shoot by being guarded by Cal State Monterey Bay Otters' Gabriell Munsch (23) during the women's basketball game at SF State on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012. The SF State Gators won 49-38. Photo
Fairy tales are a part of everyone’s childhood, but the Fashion Network Association’s leading designer Iris Chu has turned it into reality. Chu’s collection will feature a dark color palette based on Grimms’ fables, especially Little Red Riding Hood, in FNA’s upcoming winter show, Revive.
The holidays and finals are coming up fast and the stress is enough to get to anyone. Stressed out students can turn to tried-and-true methods of drinking more caffeine until they can push through and chain smoking, but here’s a healthy alternative: a quickie.
The Gators opened up CCAA play against the Cal State East Bay Pioneers Friday night in a fiercely competitive match that ended 80-76 to the Pioneers.
The game had the makings of a prizefight, with both teams striking heavy blows early on, only to be put
The rainy weather dampened more than just the ground as the Gators lost their third conference game of the season, 38-46, to the Cal State East Bay Pioneers.
After scoring evenly in the first seven minutes of the game, the Gators began to lose their initial