28 Oct 2014

Giants face harsh defeat against Royals in World Series game 6

Converging upon Civic Center in downtown San Francisco to watch the Giants clinch a World Series victory has become an every-year tradition for fans, but Tuesday night marked the first

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28 Oct 2014

California legislation does not do enough to prevent guns from falling into the wrong hands

I will never forget the day that such a small object had so much control over my life. My friends and I were heading back to campus from Broad Street

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28 Oct 2014

Ray Rice domestic violence costumes remind us how much society needs to learn

Unfortunately, Halloween is no stranger to culturally misappropriated and wildly offensive costumes (queue Native American headdresses, blackface and poking fun at celebrity scandals), but the recently surfaced slew of Ray

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The Persian Studies Center in the Humanities Building Monday, Oct. 27, 2014.
28 Oct 2014

Student enrollment decrease for Persian studies

Low student enrollment in the Persian Studies program triggered three class cancellations this fall, causing concern within the 2-year-old minor. “I’m worried that they’re going to take it away,” said

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28 Oct 2014

Campus participates in nationwide Clothesline Project to remember victims of domestic violence

T-shirts painted with messages of empowerment swayed on clotheslines adorning Malcolm X Plaza yesterday in honor of domestic violence victims. The event comes more than two weeks after an ex-boyfriend

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Pro-Palestinian protestors march along 7th Street toward the Oakland shipyard in an effort to block Israeli cargo company Zim Integrated Shipping Services Ltd. Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014.
28 Oct 2014

Pro Palestinian protestors continue blockade of Israeli cargo ship in Oakland, have high hopes for near future

A crowd of pro-Palestinian protesters rallied last Sunday in West Oakland as part of continued efforts to deter the unloading of an Israel-based shipping line. Participants at Block the Boat,

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28 Oct 2014

Design and industry student creates award-winning product to help eye drop users; seeks to replace current poorly-designed bottles

Graduate student Trevor Myers went above and beyond to design an innovative eye dropper bottle, and now seeks to propel his prototype forward to help people facing difficulties with the

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28 Oct 2014

Demonstrators attempt to take the future of city college into their own hands during commission trial

The accreditation saga of City College of San Francisco embarked on a new chapter yesterday as the trial against the accrediting commission threatening its existence commenced. Dozens of demonstrators gathered

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Teams Bobby "Small Hands" Medina and The Milkman go head to head at the beginning of the final round of SF State's Annual Costume Dodgeball Tournament from 7-10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, in the Gymnasium.
28 Oct 2014

From Hermione to Captain America, all battle in annual Costume Dodgeball Tournament

Dodgeball made its way to SF State Friday in tournament fashion, with the final round coming down to a friendly rivalry between teams Bobby Small Hands and The Milkman. The

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Nes-Per-N-Nub rests beside the lid to his inner sarcophagus while the two outer sarcophagi stand on display in the background Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014.
28 Oct 2014

Mummy and accompaning Egyptian artifacts find new home in college consolidation

The Sutro Egyptian and Treganza collection will be moved as part of the University Museum’s relocation into the Fine Arts building next semester for specialized care and greater student accessibility.

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