24 Sep 2013

Driver’s licenses may be legalized for California undocumented immigrants

When Jackeline Monroy was in high school, a cop pulled over her father for his burnt out headlight. The car was then impounded because he didn’t have a driver’s license,

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24 Sep 2013

Refugee aid should be extent of global involvement in Syria

“The great tragedy of this century,” is the Syrian Civil War, according to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, António Guterres. He is not referring to the 110,000 and rising

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24 Sep 2013

Music majors critiqued by renowned clarinetist in Master Class

[HTML1] SF State music majors, invited to play by their professors, hit the stage last Friday, Sept. 20 for critique from Yale professor and clarinetist David Shifrin for the May

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24 Sep 2013

California should legalize non-citizen driver’s licenses

Cartoon by Kirstie Haruta California will soon become the tenth state to offer driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants. The bill, which Gov. Jerry Brown signaled he would sign, will enable

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24 Sep 2013

Cinema grad preps costumes for Fruitvale Station film

Amanda Ramirez, 26, watched a group of actors push and shove each other on the Fruitvale BART Station platform. In the mid of the roughhousing, the cinema graduate noticed a

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24 Sep 2013

Illuminated Library exhibits art made from literature

A three-dimensional map of Moscow, constructed of burnt pieces of literature and poems, is framed and mounted on a wall in the Fine Arts Gallery located in the Fine Arts

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24 Sep 2013

Women’s volleyball loses both matches in home opener

The Gators were underdogs in their own house this past weekend, losing to nationally ranked teams UC San Diego (#8) and Cal State San Bernardino (#22) in their first two

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24 Sep 2013

9/24-10/1 SF State news briefs

Special Education credential program receives grant The U.S. Department of Education will provide SF State with a grant to aid students who want to become early childhood special educators, a

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24 Sep 2013

Men’s soccer defeat CSULA for first time in seven years

[set_id=72157635861659504] SF State’s first conference win could turn out to be their biggest, as the men’s soccer team bested defending California Collegiate Athletic Association south division champs Cal State Los

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