Sam Merritt, of SF State, keeps the ball in fair play as it almost rolls out of bounce during the soccer game at Cox Stadium at SF State on Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014.
09 Sep 2014

SF State men’s soccer team wins first game of the season after an afternoon of strong defense

SF State’s men’s soccer team fought its way to a gritty 1-0 victory over Holy Names University in its season opener at Cox Pavilion today. The Gators took a step

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Mark Landis's attorney, Thanh Ngo, attempts to block his client from the cameras after his trial in courtroom Dept. 17 at the San Francisco Hall of Justive, Tuesday Sept. 9, 2014.
09 Sep 2014

Privacy charges mount against former accounting professor

The San Francisco District Attorney charged Mark Landis with a 16th count of invasion of privacy Tuesday after police arrested the former SF State professor in July for allegedly filming

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09 Sep 2014

Women’s soccer aims to simply score more goals this season after passing fitness test with flying colors

SF State’s women’s soccer team recorded a league-worst 10 goals over all 18 games of last season. This time around, women’s head soccer coach Jack Hyde made one thing clear:

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09 Sep 2014

We can all learn a lesson from principles of Burning Man

For eight full days leading up to Labor Day, I lived in the Nevada’s Black Rock Desert with my personal belongings secured solely by the zipper of my tent. My

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09 Sep 2014

SF State commits to sexual assault policies following federal legislation

Revisions to federal education policy changed how SF State addresses incidents of sexual assault beginning this semester, upholding a nationwide push for gender equity in college communities. Under the policy,

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Coach Jill Muhe (left) and graduating seniors (left to right) Jazmine Williams, Melissa Horton and Jacquie Brice.
09 Sep 2014

Volleyball team begins semester with a court full of young players, three veterans

After a long offseason, SF State’s volleyball team looks to its small group of veterans to lead a large group of girls. Jazmine Williams, Jacquie Brice and Melissa Horton are

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Sarah Padash, ASI President, poses outside the Malcolm X Plaza on Monday, Sept. 8, 2014.
09 Sep 2014

New ASI president looks forward to her future effect on students’ lives

Immediately following the resignation of the elected Associated Students Inc. (ASI) president, fellow board members expressed their support of Vice President of Internal Affairs Sara Padash stepping in for the

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09 Sep 2014

Two successful authors set to read from stories of societal and philosophical prose

Andrew Joron and Julie Carr, two distinguished poets known for their experimental writing styles, host a reading at the Poetry Center this Thursday, Sept. 11. SF State welcomed Joron as

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09 Sep 2014

BREAKING: District attorney expands charges against former professor

The San Francisco District Attorney charged Mark Landis with a 16th count of invasion of privacy today, after police arrested the former SF State professor for allegedly filming students while

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09 Sep 2014

Cross country members hunger for a return to Nationals

After finishing the 2013 season in eighth place in the West Region of the NCAA Division II Regional Cross Country rankings, SF State’s men’s cross country team enters the new

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09 Sep 2014

BART Watch app has no chance against truly dangerous criminals

After the newest Bay Area crime reporting app was labeled the “Instagram of Bad Behavior” by SF Weekly due to acting as somewhat of a snitching tool, BART Watch is

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