02 Sep 2015

Guitarist plays on heartstrings

“Where words fail, music speaks,” is the quote Sean Thompson, 22, lives by. Thompson, an SF State music major with an emphasis in composition, said he was excited about his

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02 Sep 2015

Muni plastic transfers: taking the bus is now for the rich

San Francisco’s public transit system is best known for three things: rarely being on time, frequently breaking down and giving out those long, colorful, paper transfers that crafty commuters can fold up

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02 Sep 2015

SF State alumnus curates sci-fi exhibit on campus

[slideshow_deploy id=’67100′] Colorful toy guns hung on the walls as bronze, animalistic masks stared at onlookers from across the room and detailed sculptures of futuristic planets dangled from the ceiling.  Eerie

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02 Sep 2015

CSU oversteps authority on Taser issue

The California State University reached an agreement with the State University Police Association Aug. 27 that mandates that campus police officers have access to an array of equipment, including Tasers.

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02 Sep 2015

Students dropped from classes days before school began

When it comes to college admissions, students know that the bigger the envelope the better. But even after receiving a thick envelope containing a letter of acceptance, Bernardo Balbuena Simonard, a

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02 Sep 2015

APSA Director Kim Mealy to speak to SF State students about diversity

[slideshow_deploy id=’67237′] Kim Mealy, director of diversity and inclusion programs with the American Political Science Association said she hopes she can motivate SF State students to increase the presence of

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02 Sep 2015

Women’s volleyball team anticipates a successful season ahead

It’s all about the team. That’s the philosophy for this year’s women’s volleyball team, according to the players. “Our emphasis so far has been building team chemistry,” said senior captain

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02 Sep 2015

Women’s cross country team hits ground running

The clatter of footsteps rang incessantly throughout Cox Stadium as the women’s cross country team competed in their first time trial of the season. Assistant coach Sam Ahlbeck peered occasionally down at his watch to check their

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02 Sep 2015

Alumnus remembers disability rights movement

In April 1977 up to 100 people with disabilities occupied the federal building in San Francisco to demand their civil rights. SF State alumnus Dennis Billups was part of the

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02 Sep 2015

SF State police equipped with Tasers despite history of opposition

Access to Tasers will be mandatory for all University police following a recent collective bargaining agreement between California State University and the State University Police Association. Assistant Vice Chancellor of

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