Although SF State suffered a defeat against visiting Stanislaus State for the second time this season on Tuesday, it was hitter Jaclyn Clark who made the game memorable by becoming the sixth ever Gator to eclipse the 1,000 dig plateau.
Clark's ninth dig of the game
The world's largest student film festival, Campus MovieFest, returned to SF State Sept. 30 as part of its 16th annual world tour. Wednesday marked the start of a week-long scramble for contenders to produce and craft a five-minute long film by Oct. 6.
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Tensions between long-standing student organizations and the Associate Students, Inc. Board of Directors grew high during a meeting in Jack Adams Hall Wednesday after a proposal to decrease funding for historic groups.
ASI former Vice President of Finance Marco Fuentes said he is furious about the
Four teams in SF State history hold the honor of being the University's most successful squads ever assembled. While each group had a unique approach to collecting championships, the teams share certain traits that contributed to their accomplishments. Based off data compiled from the SF State
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Unless you live under a rock, you're probably aware that California is in a severe drought. For the past year or so, most restaurants have had cards on their tables explaining that water is only served upon request and "brown is the new
Transgender and gender-nonconforming students experience higher levels of sexual assault, according to the Association of American Universities' Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct released Sept. 21.
In the report, 31 percent of transgender, genderqueer, questioning or non-conforming students said they had experienced some kind
One huge problem with America is our politically correct culture. Everyone is always finding random reasons to be offended. The latest attack from the PC police is criticism for the new queer movie “Stonewall.”
“Stonewall” is a movie chronicling the early gay rights movement. The film received backlash
It’s incredible that millions of people in this country don’t know where their next meal is coming from. What’s even more incredible are the billions of pounds of consumable food that is casually tossed in the trash every year.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Environmental
Equipped with an arsenal of coding skills, a killer wardrobe and delicious fresh-baked goods, Kelsey O'Brien, an SF State apparel design and merchandising graduate, is an unapologetic fashion blogger whose popular website "Blondes and Bagels" wholly personifies her cheekiness and sass.
O’Brien describes her blog as a “happy
Marika Mizianty, a sophomore cinema major at SF State, said her nightmare began last week when she discovered that her green Honda CR-V was missing from her parking spot on Holloway Avenue.
"My car's my baby, so it's so rough," Mizianty said. "I searched all Saturday,
Everyday objects like buckets, metal nails and orange safety cones transform into repurposed instruments at the percussion ensemble class at SF State.
Read the full story: Experimental percussion ensemble faces termination
The Black Student Union will bring attention to everyday gender issues surrounding members of the black community by kicking off this year's first Black Kings and Queens meeting Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 7 p.m.
BSU Senior coordinators Hannah Wodaje and Ismail Muhammad said they are working
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Connecting like-minded people through images has produced some of the recent decade's most interesting Internet subcultures. From the Adidas-obsessed monochromatic health goth to the 90's-web-nostalgic sea punk, its evident when someone gets their fashion cues online.
Arguably more productive than other Internet trends based on aesthetic
Dressed in black and gold ruffled panties, thigh-high stockings and pink sequined nipple pasties, Maxine Holloway said she was tingling with excitement at the thought of being surrounded by thousands of Bay Area fetish enthusiasts during the 2013 Folsom Street Fair. As Holloway walked through
The deaths of many young black men have sparked a revolutionary hashtag that has gone viral over popular social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. #BlackLivesMatter has turned into a powerful movement since 2012 with the deaths of Eric Garner, Freddie Gray, and
Onlookers gazed deeply into the eyes of a Middle Eastern woman, a vividly tattooed arm peeking out from under her finely detailed garment. Forty-three other images joined the photograph, decorating the white walls of the Associated Students, Inc. Art Gallery in the Cesar Chavez Student Center.
The California Faculty Association will vote next month on whether the organization will carry out a California State University system-wide strike in protest of stagnant faculty wages.
The vote was announced in a press release Thursday, in response to the unresolved bargaining agreement between the CSU
Kit Gruelle, a survivor of domestic abuse, retold her story to an attentive audience Sept. 17 in McKenna Theatre during the screening of 'Private Violence,’ a documentary about domestic violence against women.
After freeing herself from a life-threatening relationship with her husband, Gruelle said the experience
The Real Food Challenge partnered up with Associated Students, Inc. to introduce an assessment calculator developed by the RFC at the Vendor Sustainability Project Wednesday at a launch party in Malcolm X Plaza.
The calculator was created by RFC, a student-run branch of the national
The SF State women's volleyball team suffered a tough defeat at the hands of Chico State at the Swamp Tuesday, in a five set thriller that displayed the tactical aspect of volleyball.
"We did a great job in making them change their game," Coach Jill Muhe said,
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Football has been the choice opiate of the American masses for a long time and for good reason. There is something pretty unique about a sport that features the best athletes in the world trying to destroy each other
Andrew Mason steadily diced cucumbers and red peppers, as America's 1972 hit song "A Horse with No Name" softly filled the Vista Room kitchen. A large plastic vat of bright red watermelon puree sat next to him, waiting to be mixed with the vegetables he
In the summer of 2014, the Islamic State rampaged through Iraq, causing the near destruction of the Iraqi government and the rekindling of the U.S. military role in Iraq.
In the midst of the chaos, SF State journalism professor Sachi Cunningham, PBS "Frontline" correspondent Martin Smith and
The SF State women's soccer team cruised their way to a 5-1 home victory against Holy Names University, Tuesday.
The Gators controlled the early part of the game peppering the Hawks goalie with shot after shot before finally breaking through early in the 14th minute
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Andrew Vai, a senior sociology major graduating this spring, said money is always on his mind. After accumulating $15,000 in debt, he lives paycheck to paycheck, struggling to afford everyday expenses.
"I barely get by because I have to think about
The U.S. House of Representatives announced its intention to violate the inalienable rights of American citizens Friday, when it voted to deny millions of women access to affordable reproductive health care.
The House passed a bill to freeze all federal funding for Planned Parenthood Sept. 18.
The walls of the KSFS radio station at SF State are covered with graffiti, a long-standing tradition carried on by students looking to make their mark. A large sign showcasing their slogan, “Embrace the chaos,” is tacked onto the wall.
It is a sentiment that Jeff Jacoby, advisor and
Pushing sleds, tackling bags and yelling at the top of their lungs on the turf field of the West Campus Green, SF State’s rugby players practiced hard to bounce back from last season, in which they failed to notch a single victory.
“Last season was a
With one hand tucked into the pocket of his pressed slacks and two fingers in the air hailing a cab, SF State marketing major Bryce Jones' sense of style is as sharp the San Francisco skyline. His leather Oxfords have made their way from downtown Fresno to styling
Twisting lines of blue ink wrap around a pale thigh to form dark waves. Further down the tattooed leg lurks a hammerhead shark, peeping almost coyly out from the bottom of a current. A black octopus is tucked in the safety of a shadow.
Two decades ago, the echoes of fans chanting for the SF State football squad faded from Cox Stadium for the final time, but for former defensive end Harry Overstreet, the memories have remained.
“I remember one game, where at halftime, Ol’ (former SF State head coach) Vic
Whenever I feel down about my life, I look at the comment section of online news articles. Because, even if I think my life is going downhill, I can always find comfort in knowing that I’m not an old, white person who likes to angrily
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The crinkle of a Nabisco snack draws my attention as I zero in on the woman sitting two desks across from me. My heart breaks as I hear her boast to her friend: “Look girl, I’m being healthy! It’s
The SF State women’s volleyball team snapped a two-game losing streak Saturday, when they the defeated Cal State East Bay Pioneers at the Swamp Gymnasium.
The Gators took control early in the game, forcing the Pioneers to called quick timeouts and winning each of the first two sets
The Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams competed in their home opener today at the SF State Quad Meet in Golden Gate Park, placing first and fourth respectively.
The women fielded a young squad of five runners led by Freshman Samantha Lopez who finished 17th overall
Even as the Giants staved off a late offensive surge from the visiting Cincinnati Reds Wednesday, it was the spirit of the stadium's purple-and-gold-clad fans that impressed SF State alumni Ryan McCormick on AT&T Park's first-ever SF State University Night.
"I was surprised of the strong