While everyone is Netflix and chilling, bumping uglies and sliding into DMs, I'm keeping my cherry in tact.
I'm 21 years old and still a virgin, and I really haven't gone any further than making out with a boy. I’m knocking the books instead of knocking
All eyes locked onto Jordan Morris after an unusual deflection gave the U.S. Men's National Team rookie an opportunity for a debut goal. A slick touch of the ball and a cheeky nutmeg of the goalkeeper later, and the college boy turned international wunderkind was pulling off his
A rape was reported at Mary Ward Hall Nov. 21, according to SF State’s crime, arrest and fire log.
Officers responded to the victim and took a report around 6 a.m., according to the crime log, which states that the victim was incapable of providing consent.
Backlit by the commanding city views atop the Metreon center, the SF State hospitality and tourism management department hosted the 19th annual Taste of the Bay fundraiser for a night of local wine, food and charity.
The student-run event brought alumni, students and industry professionals together
Ten poets wielded their words as weapons in the fight for a spot in the College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational Tuesday at 7 p.m. in The Poetry Center.
Spoken Poetry Expressed By All Kinds, or SPEAK, holds the annual event in search of the five best
The California Faculty association has filed an unfair labor practice charge against the California State University system, according to a CFA press release.
Contract negotiations have been at a standstill and CSU faculty are frustrated and disappointed with the Chancellor’s salary offer of a 2 percent general
A woman reported an indecent exposure incident at University Park South Thursday morning, according to a safety alert sent out to the campus community.
The woman was walking in a courtyard at the 1700 block of Holloway Avenue at 9:55 a.m. when she saw an
SF State's Recreation, Parks and Tourism department celebrated the National Park Service's 100th birthday at Crissy Field, Golden Gate National Recreation on Nov. 14, 2015. Read the full story: Students create human banner to celebrate centennial anniversary
SF State President Leslie E. Wong announced he will not sign a pouring rights agreement with a major soda brand during a town hall meeting Thursday at the Seven Hills Conference Center.
“I have to tell you, I have not touched a sugary drink in three
SF State students explored the different applications of crowd-mapping at the Institute for Geographic Information Science’s first mapathon event Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the HSS Building in celebration of Geographic Information Sciences Day and National OpenStreetMap Geo Week.
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After five months of negotiations, SF State finalized its decision to evict the Tiburon Salmon Institute from its property at the Romberg Tiburon Center Monday.
SF State officials had been in negotiations with the Tiburon Salmon Institute since June, after thousands signed a petition protesting the
Last year it took the Gators 24 games to get a win, this year it only took three. The women’s basketball team ended a two game skid tonight and improved their record to 1-2 with a 67-63 win over Notre Dame de Namur University.
Catch up on the heated debate on SF State's pouring rights.
Read the full story: SF State prepares for heated pouring rights discussion
Since trading in their Rollerblades for ice skates and beginning to play competitively, the progress of SF State Ice Hockey has been spearheaded by its president and most senior member, Matthew Gold.
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SF State senior Kareezia Younger said she was in her home, 20 minutes away from the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, when she received an alarmed phone call from her mother Friday evening.
What Younger didn’t know was that Paris was besiege by the deadliest terror
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="782"] Graffiti in the men’s bathroom in the Humanities Building Monday, Nov. 16, 2015. (Angelica Williams / Xpress)[/caption]
On the north side of 19th and Holloway avenues, several large graffiti pieces were buffed off of the stone wall, leaving behind blurry streaks of
With bouquets in hand and tears streaming down their faces, three graduating seniors on SF State's volleyball team took to the Swamp Gymnasium for their final home game last week.
Jaclyn Clark, Arianna Cruz and Jessica Nicerio returned Friday for a game that saw the Gators steamroll
Although San Francisco is often thought of a safe haven for LGBTQ community, the ugly reality of transphobic violence and discrimination tells a different story. Time and time again, we are reminded that being transgender in our society is misunderstood and feared. The U.S. as
Volunteering at St. Anthony's Soup Kitchen with an open heart and outstretched hands, SF State communications major Felicia Stiles, Miss San Francisco 2015, has a passion for performing acts of service.
Stiles said that her love for San Francisco makes serving her community a rewarding experience.
"It's really an
Cadets dressed in camouflage lay hidden in thorny bushes, aiming their replica M4 paintball markers at the enemy below. Suddenly, the whirring sound of the bullet-less markers broke the silence, as the cadets shot at the enemy in the cover of the birch trees below. One by
The campus community is preparing for a heated debate as students, faculty and staff get ready to meet with President Leslie E. Wong and the Pouring Rights Review Committee Nov. 19 to discuss whether SF State should sign a pouring rights agreement.
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SF State's community gathered to celebrate the global and cultural diversity that makes the University unique as the Office of International Programs kicked off its 16th annual International Education Week celebration Monday.
"We have faculty, staff and students from all around the world,” said Office of
Dressed in bright red shirts reading, "I don't want to strike but I will," SF State faculty, students, and staff rallied in support for higher wages during the California Faculty Association's Fight for Five campaign Tuesday.
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[media-credit name="Illustration by Eva Rodriguez" align="aligncenter" width="800"][/media-credit]Whenever I tell someone that I am a feminist who enjoys cooking and cleaning, people tend to react like I just committed an atrocity.
Thanks to Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr, anybody can call themselves a feminist with a simple re-tweet,
One year after the world commemorated the onset of World War I with candlelight vigils, SF State's theatre department will put on their second main stage production of the year, a '20s-themed rendition of "Much Ado About Nothing," at the Little Theatre Thursday, Nov. 19.
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[media-credit name="Illustration by Jocelyn Carranza" align="alignright" width="496"][/media-credit]It is a pretty accepting time for the gay community right now. It’s nowhere near perfect, but there’s been significant progress toward full acceptance. Unfortunately, some still believe gay people exist only to convert their children into Satan-worshiping sodomites.
[media-credit name="Illustration by Reid Cammack" align="alignright" width="427"][/media-credit]After a recent shuffle at my boyfriend’s house, he’s moved into a room with only one other person instead of two. I couldn’t be more excited about it, because that means I won’t have to wake up to a chorus
Draped in blazing colors of orange and red to match the Golden Gate Bridge behind them, a crowd of more than 200 people formed a human sign reading “100!” at Crissy Park Saturday in celebration of the National Park Service’s centennial anniversary. The group cheered
Browsing through the familiar blue-lined Facebook icon, I perused the daily newsfeed on my iPhone. There, I observed a new trend that was littered throughout the daily feed: dueling hashtags of #prayforparis and #dontprayforparis were scattered in the comment section of Pray for Paris's Facebook page,
In middle school and high school, I used Facebook to post about my day, share pictures of my recent family vacations and see what romantic relationships had formed, but boy, how times have changed.
Recently, it seems like the social networking site has died down. It's become a
More than 200 people celebrated Project Connect’s 10-year anniversary at Jack Adams Hall, uniting current and former members of the program, as well as teachers from San Francisco's Unified School District.
Project Connect's mission is to promote higher education of the student body and help facilitate
SF State let their 10 points lead slip away early in the second half against Pacific Union, but the Gators were unwilling to leave their opening night with a loss and pulled out a 67-63 overtime victory, Saturday.
After a strong first half, the Gators looked
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The SF State men’s soccer team finished with a winning record for their second consecutive season, the first time they have done so in 35 years. Center back Max Talbert and forward Jakob
SF State student Nilo Amiri talks about her personal connection with hip-hop and what the future holds for her as co-founder of the new dance group Hip Hop State of Mind. Read the full story "New student group brings hip hop culture to campus"
SF State's Associated Students, Inc. hosted a town hall meeting to present the progress of the new Mashouf Wellness Center construction to students Monday in the Cesar Chavez Student Center.
The Mashouf Wellness Center will be a venue for recreational activity at SF State and is slated for completion in 2017, according to
I imagine Gwen Stefani lives a pretty simple life. She sleeps in every morning, gets up to shower off whatever diseases Blake Shelton gave her the night before, and then looks in the mirror and decides how racist she wants to be that day.
Recently, Stefani has gone