18 Feb 2014

From Russia, without love: Why the Olympics have always been political

The Olympics have been and always will be a platform for political ideologies. With the Olympics in full swing, it would take a blind mole to miss the obvious: the

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18 Feb 2014

Science Building town hall meeting concludes no health hazards for students

Michael Buelna, a Zoology major, asks a question to the speakers at the town hall meeting on the science building closure, in SF State’s McKenna Theatre, Feb. 13, 2014. Buelna

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18 Feb 2014

ASI members work towards affordable public transportation

Students enter the M-line train on 19th Avenue Tuesday, Feb. 18. ASI is proposing a new student fee to help subsidize transportation costs for students. Photo by Ryan Leibrich /

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18 Feb 2014

UPDATE: Zionist group pushes for legal action against Palestinian student group and its members

Ahmina J. talks with two attendees holding up Palestinian flags at a rally to celebrate the Palestinian Cultural Mural: Honoring Dr. Edward Said on the Cesar Chavez Student Center. The

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18 Feb 2014

Gators defeat No. 14 ranked team in the nation

[set_id=72157641071222705] A career game from the Gators’ senior guard Jennifer Le led SF State to a dominant 15-point victory over Cal Poly Pomona Saturday. The Broncos entered the game as

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18 Feb 2014

Anime Club holds maid-themed cafe for Valentine’s Day

[set_id=72157641173073123] While lovers were having Valentine’s Day dinner, members of SF State’s Anime FX club held a maid and butler themed cafe in Jack Adams Hall. According to one of the club’s officers,

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18 Feb 2014

Cinema lecturer’s film tells story of undocumented teen, based on true events

Cinema lecturer Scott Boswell stands in the film equipment room on the fourth floor of the Fine Arts Building Monday, Feb. 17. Photo by Tony Santos / Xpress An SF

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