08 Oct 2013

SF State’s Voice competition begins with blind auditions

The set in Jack Adams Hall may not have been an exact replica of the major Hollywood production, but the talent on display during the blind auditions round at SF

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08 Oct 2013

Xpress sits with SF State President Leslie E. Wong

Q: How would you describe your last year here and what are your goals looking forward? W: Coming to a campus with a stellar reputation with probably the brightest students

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08 Oct 2013

SF Board of Supervisors propose new bike theft protection and recovery plan

Last Tuesday, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed a resolution that will attempt to cut bike thefts in half over the next five years through voluntary bike registration and quicker

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08 Oct 2013

SF State physics professor and students win $400K grant

For the last four years, Weining Man, an SF State physics professor, along with her research team of students, dedicated nights and weekends in their lab to find new ways to

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08 Oct 2013

Men’s soccer takes a loss, yellow cards at Chico game

[set_id=72157636342198565] A free kick goal sealed SF State’s fate Sunday as they fell to Chico State 1-0. The Wildcats’ Octavio Guzman sailed the ball over the outstretched hands of Gators’

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08 Oct 2013

Volleyball digs for a cure, comes up with win

Every October, collegiate athletes nationwide put their own school colors to the side, and don pink gear in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. SF State volleyball is no stranger to

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08 Oct 2013

Campus health center prepares for Obamacare enrollment

UPDATE: Today Covered California approved SF State’s Student Health Center to become a licensed Affordable Care Act enrollment entity, according to SF State’s lead health coordinator, Aimée Williams. “Now we have to

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08 Oct 2013

BART strike threatens students’ Friday commute

As labor talks continue between BART management and its unions, commuters across the Bay Area look for different ways to commute — and that includes SF State students like 24-year-old Danielle

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08 Oct 2013

Last minute goal brings Gators up in women’s soccer conference

Things looked bleak for the struggling Gator offense, held scoreless for the first 84 minutes of its matchup with Chico State Sunday — but a late goal changed the team’s

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08 Oct 2013

Obamacare can help students take preventative measures; ensure health coverage

Drawn by Kirstie Haruta Despite the political squabbles that have produced dramatic media coverage — and even a full government shutdown — the Affordable Care Act without a doubt benefits

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08 Oct 2013

Design programs give résumés impact

Graphic by Holly Nall Let me guess, every résumé you’ve ever made was on Word. Duh, you’re probably thinking to yourself. What else would I be making it on? Aren’t all résumés

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