San Francisco’s last gun shop, the High Bridge Arms, is scheduled to close later this month as a result of strict gun regulations in the city. According to The Guardian, gun dealers in San Francisco are required “to carry liability insurance, report inventory details and
Strapping male contestants from various fraternities and sports teams pumped up the crowd to raise money for the Alpha Phi sorority's annual philanthropy event Oct. 29 at Annex 1.
The Eta Theta chapter's annual philanthropy event is a pageant for male SF State contestants with categories
The Political Science Student Association questioned the two-party system during a debate at SF State Oct. 29.
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="600"] Jacob Mandel (second to the right), a third year political science major playing the role of Bernie Sanders, responds to a question during the Political
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="640"] SF State Gators wrestler Jordan Gurrola (left), head coach Lars Jensen (center) and wrestler Johnny Costa answer questions in the press room of the Gymnasium building Wednesday, Oct. 28. (David Henry / Xpress)[/caption]
Coaches and players from SF State’s three winter sports
On a bright afternoon with a clear view of the Golden Gate Bridge, students traversed rocks looking for crabs, seaweed and other ocean life. The field trip to tide pools along the jetty at the San Francisco Marina Monday, Oct. 26 was a hands-on learning experience
Despite undergoing grueling chemotherapy treatments that made it difficult to breathe, SF State graduate student Ariana Luster made school and athletics her top priority until the very end.
“She came to every class while going through chemotherapy, no matter how bad she felt, because her education
[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Goalkeeper of SF State Men's Soccer Team, Kevin Esquivel, senior, jumps for the ball during practice at Cox Stadium Thursday, October 22. at Cox Stadium. (Rasmus Estrup/ Special to Xpress)[/caption]
After being inactive for nearly four years, SF State’s Women in Business Club is being restarted as Providing Opportunities for Women, which held its first meeting Oct. 26.
SF State business students Brenda Ibanescu, Jodi Chen and Abigail Pearse took on the unique challenge of resurrecting a dead
What is the purpose of spoken word or performance art? For some, performance art serves as a tool to merely express their frustrations. For the queer, trans, people of color participating in Radar's Queering the Castro, Hella Close: Stories of Queer Intimacy series, however their readings
People who support companies that donate to anti-queer organizations are also promoting anti-queer causes. Stopping at Memories Pizza, a restaurant who has been openly discriminatory against gay couples, on a vacation to Indiana may seem justified at the time if you need a quick bite to eat,
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The scariest part of Halloween is not the monsters or gory costumes but how ignorant people are about other cultures.
During Halloween, we often see people dressed as Native Americans for “Cowboys and Indians” partner costumes, the fiesta girl or
EXPLORE THROUGH THE BLUE STARS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PLAYERS.
A dig is a defensive statistic in volleyball that is awarded when a player keeps a ball in
play that would have otherwise registered a point for the opposing team. Jessica Nicerio, a senior libero, stands center court in
SF State has spent more than $600,000 on furniture and services from the California Prison Industry Authority in the past fiscal year from July 2014 to June 2015, according to university records.
The University has utilized services from CALPIA, a prison labor agency that assists inmates with
SF State’s campus recreation department hosted its sixth annual costume dodgeball tournament Friday, Oct. 23. Brandon Wolucka, a special events student manager for the department, had a major role in transforming the SF State Gymnasium into a hub for Halloween activities. Read the full story
I've had my ups and downs with sports gambling. I've sulked about the over-under even when my favorite teams were winning, almost had my ass kicked by a bar full of Manny Pacquiao fans and leaped off my couch because of meaningless touchdowns or home runs
Members of the SF State League of Legends club are preparing to get their minds focused and mouses clicking for a major upcoming League of Legends collegiate competition.
The Gators will be competing in the League of Legends North American Collegiate Championship, a single elimination gauntlet that includes over
About a dozen students dressed in white martial arts robes and colored belts made their way down into the basement of Burk Hall. Before stepping onto the blue mat, they bowed in respect to their instructor and the class begins.
Grandmaster Bill Dewart, an eighth-degree black belt who has been practicing
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="371"] A sign located outside the front door of Versa Indoor Cycling & Fitness is owned by SF State alumna Tia Kilpatrick, in San Francisco, Calif. Thursday, Oct. 22. (Melissa Minton / Xpress)[/caption]
With a master’s degree in history and an extensive background
Shrouded in the dappled moonlight that filtered though the eucalyptus trees in John McLaren Park, a crowd of more than 80 people swayed to the acoustic sounds of a guitar. Coordinated by the Secret Show Society, Saturday night's concert is part of the larger trend of
Ariana Luster, an SF State student and track and field athlete, died Wednesday, Oct. 21, after a year-and-a-half-long battle with cancer.
Luster was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroendocrine pancreatic cancer July 17, 2014, according to her GoFundMe page.
Luster was a declared health education major, according to
A long, long time ago in a barn far, far away, the Virgin Mary gave birth to a little, bloody baby Jesus. Mary gave life to our lord and savior so we could eventually celebrate his birth with bright Christmas trees and overplayed Mariah Carey
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="399"] James Aguirre (13), headbutts the ball during a game against the Cal Poly Broncos at Cox Stadium Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015. SF State won 1-0. (Alex Kofman / Xpress)[/caption]
The SF State's men’s soccer team gave their nine seniors a grand farewell
The SF State women’s soccer team won their final home game of the season Friday defeating Cal Poly Pomona by a score of 3-2.
It was the final game ever for four of the Gators seniors with friends and family cheering on Karin Nordin, Molly Schuster,
Draped wall to wall in cobwebs, caution tape and skeletons, SF State’s gym was transformed into a Halloween-themed arena Friday night. Six costumed dodgeball teams competed with one goal in mind: to knock each other out of the tournament and slide into the finals.
The SF State men’s soccer team snapped their seven game winless streak Friday, beating the Cal State University San Bernadino Coyotes 1-0 in a back-and-forth and rough-and-tumble contest.
The game winner came off the foot of Gator forward Ashley Watson on a penalty kick in the
Thanks to arguably the goal of the season late in the game from Vanessa Penuna, the SF State women’s soccer team defeated Cal State San Bernardino on Friday by a score of 1-0
“It was awesome, one of the most beautiful goals of the season,” said
SF State historic organizations voiced their opposition to the California State University mandate that equipped all campus police with Tasers during the National Day of Action to Stop Police Brutality Thursday.
The CSU and the State University Police Association agreed to allow campus police to arm themselves with
Odessa Blackmore, an 18-year-old freshman at SF State, said she was walking down Lakeshore Avenue in Oakland early one summer morning when she learned that a black man had been shot by police. According to neighbors near the scene, the man had passed out in his
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="600"] Jonathan Martin, a member of the Capoeria club at SF State practices a technique in San Francisco, CA, on Friday, Oct. 9, 2015 (Alex Kofman / Xpress)[/caption]
Cries of "bananeira," "amazonas" and other Portuguese terms coalesced with traditional Brazilian instrumentals as members of
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="540"] Members of the Rock Climbing Club at SF State, Sam Crossley and Florian Zeissig prepare to climb Beaver Street wall in San Francisco, California Wed Oct 7, 2015 (James Chan/Xpress)[/caption]
While scaling neon-studded climbing walls might not compare to the crags and clefts
The Associated Students Inc. town hall meeting to discuss the pouring rights agreement scheduled for Wednesday noon has been cancelled, according to ASI President Phoebe Dye. The topic will be discussed during the regular public ASI meeting at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Cesar Chavez
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I’ve never been a particularly avid watcher of “America’s Next Top Model,” but when I’m home all day and there’s an “ANTM” marathon running, you bet your ass I’m watching it. I’m watching the first makeovers, the go-sees, the terrible
Two former SF State astronomy students recently accused a world-renowned astronomy professor of sexual harassment during his time at the University from 1984 to 1999.
Geoffrey Marcy – who has been in the spotlight this month for a sexual harassment scandal at the University of California,
Associated Students, Inc.'s Project Connect organized a SPEAK OUT rally Tuesday at noon in front of the Cesar Chavez Student Center.
The rally was organized to allow student organizations to speak out about various social issues, according to Project Connect intern Lashawnda Rainey, 21.
“This event was
Associated Students, Inc. will host a town hall meeting Wednesday, Oct. 21 from noon to 2 p.m. at Malcolm X Plaza to discuss a potential pouring rights agreement at SF State, according to Liana Derus from the Environmentally Concerned Organization of Students.
The meeting comes after a student
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill earlier this month mandating sexual health education for all students in public schools from seventh to 12th grade as of Jan. 1, 2016.
Prior to this, state law merely sanctioned schools to teach “age-appropriate” reproductive health education and only mandated