10 Sep 2013

City and campus must negotiate for cheaper student transportation

Eighty-nine percent of SF State students live off-campus, which makes transportation critical to our University’s success. But out of all 23 CSU campuses, SF State is the only one that

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10 Sep 2013

CSU Chancellor White chats with Xpress

After Timothy White was appointed CSU Chancellor last December, he made a personal commitment to visit each of the 23 CSU campuses during his first year on the job. His

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10 Sep 2013

The Depot showcases weekly events

The Depot is known for holding a variety of entertaining events in the Cesar Chavez Student Center. Here’s a few to check out this week.  “Live Music” Wednesday, Sept. 11,

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10 Sep 2013

New 24-hour vending machine provides students with convenience goods

[set_id=72157635470969875] With items like condoms and aspirin in addition to a variety of foods and drinks, the new Shop 24 vending machine is bringing the luxury of a convenience store

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10 Sep 2013

Hungry students grub at new campus eateries

[set_id=72157635466953067] For Muhammad Awadalla’s father, Nizario, opening a pizzeria at his alma mater SF State has been a dream. Almost 30 years since the first Nizario’s Pizza has opened, that

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10 Sep 2013

SF State professor runs for 2014 Oakland mayor

[set_id=72157635475036524] SF State professor Joe Tuman announced last July his plan to run for Oakland city mayor for the second time in the 2014 election. His second bid for mayor

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10 Sep 2013

Cross-country Gator trains in Ethiopia with Olympic legend

SF State’s top cross-country runner, Bruk Assefa, went back to Ethiopia — his homeland — over the summer, and did what few people experience in their lifetime: train with an

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10 Sep 2013

9/8-9/14 Syria, deans, Palestine and fossil fuels

Open forum on post 9/11 and current Syria By Andrew Cullen Today, SF State will host the 12th Annual Jules Tygiel Memorial Forum on Post 9/11 World Affairs, a continuing forum that

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10 Sep 2013

PARK(ing) Day transforms parking spots to promote sustainability

In Room 151 of the Creative Arts Building, the students of design and industry 300 brainstorm ideas for this year’s PARK(ing) Day. PARK(ing) Day is the vision of Rebar, a San

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10 Sep 2013

Student org leaders gather for SF State required workshops

Last Saturday, student leaders attended a series of workshops called the Sixth Annual Leadership Symposium designed to provide advice for running a successful group on campus. The event hosted by Student Involvement

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10 Sep 2013

15-year-old pianist wins first in SF State professor’s competition

[set_id=72157635468719399] The crowd fell silent and gazed toward center stage as the pianist, Alex Chien, sat at the black grand piano. His fingers tapped the black and white keys and

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10 Sep 2013

Women’s volleyball starts season with championship

Led by new head coach, Jill Muhe, SF State volleyball started its season on a high note this past weekend as champions of the Cal State Monterey Bay Otter Classic.

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