23 Sep 2015

Constitution Day deconstructs domestic violence

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

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23 Sep 2015

New sustainability calculator encourages green dining

[slideshow_deploy id=’67844′] 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

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23 Sep 2015

Gators volleyball falls just short in dramatic five set match

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

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23 Sep 2015

NFL denial about concussions turning me off the game

[media-credit name=”(Harlan Frost / Xpress)” align=”alignright” width=”725″][/media-credit] Football has been the choice opiate of the American masses for a long time and for good reason. There is something pretty unique

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23 Sep 2015

New changes breathe life into vista room

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

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23 Sep 2015

Professor and documentary crew may snag Emmy Monday night

[slideshow_deploy id=’67809′] 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

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