The nationally 16th-ranked SF State Gators finished strong in their final two home duals of the 2013-2014 season.
The first dual against NCAA Division I Cal State Bakersfield finished with a 24-12 loss, but the Gators were not discouraged.
“Division I Bakersfield is tough and we got
The staff of the American Language Institute boxed up their belongings after being notified that their office would be relocated to the downtown campus in order to accommodate chemistry lab space.
The need for lab space is due to the Science Building's closure, according to University
Senior environmental studies major and the Health and Social Sciences Representative for the Associated Students, Inc., Miguel Guerrero, stands in the campus Bike Barn, Tuesday Jan. 28, 2013. Photo By Tony Santos / Xpress
A $10,000 grant was awarded to the Cesar Chavez Student Center’s
A crowd of students waited for the first guitar riff of the semester to fill up The Depot’s tight corners this past Wednesday night. The room transformed into a showcase of unique soundscapes, blending the chatter of the audience with live music, heavily dominated by
Thousands of new laws came into effect at the start of the new year, some of which will affect SF State students.
More than 40,000 new laws and regulations were passed countrywide, 800 of which were in California alone. A handful of these new laws include minimum
Nearly finished with their first season as an official club sport, the ice hockey team at SF State has run into a financial dilemma. They cannot afford to play their last home game against Santa Clara University that was scheduled for Jan. 11 at the
In the last few years our country has slid further into a state of distress, where some of the most devastating violence is being carried out by civilians and war is being waged by government entities.
The country feared Christopher Dorner, mourned the death of Boston
In a message from President Leslie E. Wong, two environmental safety firms have decided to allow faculty and staff temporary entrance into the Science Building to select items for priority removal.
Extensive testing has shown that most rooms in the building contain no airborne hazards, according
Students and faculty members scrambled during the first week of classes while administration worked to find and furnish alternative spaces due to the closure of the Science building.
The closure displaced more than 9,000 students enrolled in classes held in the building, according to an email
The beauty of nature is on vivid display in the main lobby of the Administration Building this semester in the form of three large images of seaweed.
Josie Iselin, the artist behind the images, earned a master’s degree in fine arts from SF State in 1994.
Jan Millsapps, a cinema professor at SF State, is one of 1,058 candidates chosen by the spaceflight project Mars One to take a one-way trip to Mars in 2024. Photo by Rachel Aston / Xpress
The spaceflight project Mars One selected an SF State cinema
Students of the biology 100 class meet in the Annex located near Lake Merced Boulevard due to the recent closure of the Science Building. Photo by Tony Santos / Xpress
Students taking science classes at SF State were relocated to other areas on campus on
The Gators were unable to ride the momentum of being nationally ranked for the first time all year into a victory over the visiting Stanford Cardinal.
SF State fell to Stanford 33-8 in their dual meet at The Swamp Saturday afternoon Jan. 25; the Cardinal came
Polar bears along the coast of Alaska are suffering from fur loss and open sores. Starfish on the West Coast are disintegrating into piles of white goo and Pacific Herring are bleeding from their gills and eyes.
Despite this knowledge, the government refuses to announce how much
A local alumni theater group, in the early stages of a promising third season, gives post-graduate hope to SF State's theatre majors.
Do It Live! Productions has brought lesser known, “small screen” adaptations of various European plays to its audiences since its establishment at SF State in 2011.
[caption id="attachment_53435" align="alignnone" width="799"][media-credit id=196 align="alignnone" width="799"][/media-credit]The Science Building is officially closed for the Spring 2014 semester. Photo by Rachel Aston / Xpress[/caption]The SF State community received notification yesterday that the Science Building, which had been quarantined since Jan. 10, would be closed for the
[caption id="attachment_53382" align="alignnone" width="1600"][media-credit id=196 align="alignnone" width="1600"][/media-credit]The Science Building is currently closed since traces of mercury have been found inside.[/caption]UPDATE: Science Building is officially closed for the Spring 2014 semester, according to an email from Ellen Griffin as of Jan. 22, 2014. Mercury, asbestos and
The Science Building has been closed due to the discovery of potential environmental hazards that were found during a routine environmental health evaluation earlier this week.
UPDATE: Environmental hazards are confirmed to be traces of mercury.
The University closed the rooms this week to conduct further testing