Associated Students Inc. (ASI) vice president of finance resigned Sept. 17, the second resignation of a student government official since the beginning of the semester.
Ramon Gonzalez, who was elected vice president of finance in May, resigned from ASI’s board of directors due to “personal reasons,”
The General Union of Palestine Students paid tribute to victims of the 1982 Sabra and the Shatila massacre, an act they hold Israel responsible for, as Israeli student groups stood steps away on campus Tuesday.
“We’re here to commemorate the loss of life,” said GUPS President
“He thinks he can go to Berkeley,” his math teacher said to him in front of the entire class.
Jeff Duncan-Andrade, a Raza Studies and Education professor at SF State, still remembers those words 25 years later, proof that the relationship between a student and teacher
It’s a tale of two SF State actors; an alumna and student rejoining their craft in their roles as mother and son as they traverse through the beginning of life in the production of “Yeast Nation (the triumph of life).”
Juliana Lustenader, who graduated from the
After seven years of sharing random aspects of my life to friends and acquaintances, I decided to delete my Facebook account permanently last May.
I didn’t just wake up one morning and decide to commit social suicide. I deleted my account after Facebook updated their application,
Nearly snatching first place in the team's season opener, SF State's women's cross country team decided to drop out of the Sonoma State University (SSU) Invitational scheduled for Oct. 4, to concentrate and prepare for the meets in November.
"In the past (SSU Invitational) falls on
SF State won its first CCAA game Sunday against Cal State East Bay(CSUEB) in an exciting 3-2 overtime thriller, following a disappointing draw earlier this week against Cal State Stanislaus.
“We were just waiting for that first win today,” Head Coach Matt Barnes said. “We looked
An additional $50 million that the California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees lobbied to include in the governor’s budget earlier this year for necessary repairs across campuses will not be awarded, Gov. Jerry Brown said Saturday.
Brown reduced a potential $200 million set aside for
Campus residents came for the dildos and stayed for the sexually explicit stories by their resident assistants (RAs) at Sexpo, a sexuality lifestyle event organized by Residential Life on Thursday night.
First-year students asked questions about pornography, virginity, fetishes, sex toys, and relationships to a panel
The SF State Gators Hockey Club drops the puck on its sophomore season in the Pacific Collegiate Hockey Association on Sept. 27, hoping to make the playoffs for the first time.
The road to glory won't be an easy one to trek, however. Between the opening
A world-renowned string quartet has been quietly living in the Creative Arts Building, teaching music to students for more than 25 years.
The Alexander String Quartet kicked off the opening day of the Morrison Artists Series’ admission-free concerts at SF State. Established in 1955, the founder
The second annual College of Liberal and Creative Arts Opening Day gave students a reason to brag about their work Sunday afternoon in a festival full of talent and creativity.
Activities throughout the day included live theatre, art, dance, the Afro-Cuban jazz ensemble, poetry and award-winning
Humans think about it constantly, always want more of it and can name our favorite kinds off the top of their heads. Some students may think they know everything about food, but SF State’s Food Awareness Month makes the subject a bit more appetizing.
Penalties, breakdowns and injuries left a mark on the SF State Gators’ 14-3 season-opening loss to the SJSU Spartans at Sharks Ice in Fremont Saturday night.
“It was a bad beat,” Coach Kevin Barlow said following the game. “We’re a new team. We’ve only had four
SF State, an institution that prides itself on free speech and personal expression, is celebrating those values by hosting many events this week and applauding works of literature that have challenged the status quo.
From Sept. 21-27, readers celebrate the freedom to read and honor books that
Dr. Victoria Neve was new to the sonatas she performed at a recital this Friday, but her performance did not feel novice when she began to play the keys of the exact piano for which the songs were composed.
At a recital hosted by SF State’s
Art and activism collide on Alcatraz Island in Ai Weiwei, a Chinese contemporary artist’s latest exhibition—an exploration of freedom and restraint. Once a confinement for the nation's most notorious criminals, the former penitentiary now houses seven unique installations, all a part of the exhibition.
The list of
“One Man Show” tells the story of a hopeful playwright’s dream gone wrong -- a story an SF State alumni turned into their debut film with a small budget and a devoted team.
Director Matthew Cassani and Assistant Director Sterling Cook are graduates of the cinema
San Francisco Giants fans remember it all too well. It was game five of the World Series, the score stayed frozen at 3-1 and Brian Wilson faced Nelson Cruz for the most important out in Giants history.
Strike three, game over and the Giants were world
The California State University (CSU) system derecognized a campus Christian club and its statewide chapters at the start of the semester on the grounds of religious discrimination, denying them access to university funding, campus meeting space and tabling at campus events.
The InterVarsity Christian Fellowship requires
If a tax measure on the November ballot passes, SF State students will soon pay an extra fee for their favorite sugary beverages.
Measure E, authored by Supervisor Scott Wiener, would put a two-cents-per ounce tax on sugar-sweetened beverages sold in San Francisco including sodas, sports drinks and
After falling behind 2-1, the SF State Volleyball team picked up a thrilling five set match over the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos last Friday at the Swamp.
Both teams exchanged blows throughout the first set, with each team staying within striking distance of each other until
After losing its first game at home to No. 3 ranked Cal State Stanislaus Friday, the SF State Gators suffered another loss in dramatic fashion in overtime at the hands of the Cal State East Bay Pioneers, 2-1.
After 90 minutes of soccer, the Gators went
The SF State Gators (5-2) suffered its first loss of the season at home to No. 3 Cal State Stanislaus by a score of 1-0.
The Gators came into the match with an impressive 5-1 record, and a 3-0 record at home. However, the team couldn’t
Peer Educators Advocating Campus Health (PEACH) encouraged women to care for their bodies with more than 1,000 groups nationwide Wednesday at SF State for the annual Women’s Health and Fitness Day.
The celebration marked the first PEACH event of the semester, with the added participation of
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="640"] SF State President Les Wong answers questions during an interview given by Xpress editors in the Administration Building Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. Frank Ladra / Xpress.[/caption]
Golden Gate Xpress editors sat down with SF State President Leslie E. Wong last week to
The same week Apple live-streamed details of their new 4.7 inch iPhone 6 and 5.5 inch iPhone 6 Plus for the modern folk to drool over, I innocently wore a new pair of jeans for the first time, and a surly cloud loomed throughout the
A lot can happen in four years. There are successes, failures, hardships and triumphs, and a pair of SF State men’s soccer seniors have seen them all.
Kevin Johnson and Hayden Roberts are in their fourth and final year in Gator uniforms. The two seniors formed
They are SF State’s only Division-I representatives. In 2012, they enjoyed their first undefeated season. On Saturday, they finished fourth in the grueling Pac West Sevens Tournament at Sacramento State, bringing home the Shield award.
They are the Gators Rugby Football Club, and to date, their
How many 4-year-old kids could name the starting lineup for the 1997 to 1998 Chicago Bulls team? To this day, I still clearly remember jumping on our beaten down grey couch out of excitement when the Bulls won the championship that season. If my older
The University spent $3.83 million on the temporary closure, remediation and reopening of the Science Building after the discovery of environmental hazards in the facility late last year, according to an SF State official.
An estimated $1.3 million in funding for the rehabilitation of the Science
California faculty members approach their 100th day without a new labor contract after months of salary and workload disputes with the California State University (CSU) system.
The California Faculty Association (CFA) plans to take action at all 23 of the CSU campuses throughout the week of
As a mixture of barbecue and sugary sweets wafted through the Oakland air in Jack London Square, Bay Area locals perused tons of food venders, Do-It-Yourself workshops and educational conventions at the Eat Real Festival.
After five successful years, the three-day festival began Friday, Sept. 19,
Tiny parklets and environmental installations sprung up around campus last Thursday in celebration of Park(ing) Day, an annual event reclaiming urban space for public use.
SF State students in the design and industry department organized nine unique installations this year, all of which were geared toward
In a crowd full of nakedness, accompanied by a sea of leather, live whippings and ball gags, nothing can compare to San Francisco’s Folsom Street Fair.
The largest fetish and leather fair in the world hit the SF streets for the 30th year in a row