17 Sep 2013

Xpress staff approves use of police shock weapons with proper training

Cartoon by Kirstie Haruta With 24-hour door monitoring and increased in-and-out visitor registration being enforced in the dorms, it’s clear that campus security is on the rise. But what paramounts

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17 Sep 2013

Women’s soccer unravels in tough conference game

[set_id=72157635499299601] Friday the 13th proved to be unlucky for the SF State women’s soccer team as they fell to rivals Sonoma State 3 – 0 at Cox Stadium. The Gators were

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17 Sep 2013

Job hunting requires more than copy, paste

We all have that friend who always brings up how “hard” he or she is looking for a job. That friend is always insisting he or she needs a job

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17 Sep 2013

New roommates bring valuable life lessons

Fall semester for many SF State students, especially freshman, means new professors, classes and people to meet. A roommate is unavoidable for those who choose to live on campus, and

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17 Sep 2013

University police begin Taser training

University Police Department officers patrolling the campus and surrounding areas may soon carry electroshock weapons. These devices, commonly known by the brand name, Taser, are designed to generate an electric

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17 Sep 2013

Gator rugby aspires to be big-ticket University sport

[HTML1] Video by Daniel A. Nelson [set_id=72157635603049864] After going completely defeated last year in their debut Division I-AA season, the SF State rugby team hits back with a vengeance. This

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17 Sep 2013

Career Center holds part-time job fair

Last Thursday’s part-time job fair, hosted by the Student Involvement & Career Center (SICC), provided SF State job seekers an opportunity to find employment. This event gathered 33 business representatives into

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17 Sep 2013

Students revive SF State community garden

In a neon orange beanie and customized duct tape shoes, Eco Students President Tyler Wescott tenderly tucks lettuce into the earth of its new home with a blanket of straw

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17 Sep 2013

Trey Songz woos Bay Area college students at free concert

R&B’s “Mr. Steal Yo Girl,” otherwise known as Trey Songz, didn’t have to steal any young women at his back-to-school free performance. Still, Trey Songz managed to satisfy the mostly

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17 Sep 2013

Library hosts Cesar Chavez photo exhibit

The J. Paul Leonard Library at SF State frames the life of Cesar Chavez and the members of the United Farm Workers with an exhibit on the fourth floor that

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17 Sep 2013

Student Life brings hip-hop community to the stage

As the lights dimmed in the auditorium, Alfredo Remulla strode across the stage and waited for the music to cue his performance. Usher’s “You’ll Be In My Heart” began to

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17 Sep 2013

Newly tenured art professor sculpts with Spam

New art professor at SF State Michael Arcega exhibits his most recent work on a projected screen. Displayed is a world map molded together with pieces of canned ham once

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17 Sep 2013

Parking structure upgrades to accept credit cards

Students still need to circle the multiple levels of the parking structure at SF State, but now no longer need to be worried about having exact change to pay. Lot

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17 Sep 2013

SF State opens Office of Sustainability

[set_id=72157635367610247] This summer SF State advanced toward San Francisco’s goal of exporting zero waste with the addition of the Office of Sustainability. Formerly a part of the Physical Planning Department,

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