What Will Happen to Undocumented Students in the Trump Era?
The republican candidate to the White House and now President-elect, Donald Trump, promised to build a wall to keep immigrants from entering the country, to deport people who do not have papers and to make “America
An SF State student died early Saturday morning from injuries sustained during an alleged domestic dispute, according to ABC7 News.
Kron 4 News reported that police were called to the victim’s home at 18 Fairview Avenue in Daly City around 12:07 a.m., where Ariana Hatami
Two people are displaced after a fire caused damage to an apartment complex at 125 Cambon Drive on Friday evening, according to the San Francisco Fire Department. SFFD tweeted that the fire was contained within 30 minutes with no injuries reported.
Jason Ramirez, an SF State
An SF State student has filed a report of sexual assault. The incident allegedly occurred in Mary Ward Hall on Thursday.
The female victim was at the Designated Smoking Area located around 750 Font Blvd., which is directly outside of Mary Ward Hall, around 8 p.m.
Students and educators from different schools throughout San Francisco gathered on Friday afternoon at the Civic Center Plaza for a walkout, rally and march “to end Trump’s regime,” according to a flier distributed on social media.
SF State junior Helen Ghebreyesus, women and gender studies major, uses markers to create a button during a march/walkout calling attention to issues facing students at Civic Center Plaza on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
Students use a button maker during a march/walkout calling attention to issues facing students at Civic Center Plaza on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
High school students hold up signs during a march/walkout calling attention to issues facing students at Civic Center Plaza on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
SF State senior Simonne Moreno, history major, uses markers to create a sign during a march/walkout calling attention to issues facing students at Civic Center Plaza on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
Leadership High School senior Javier Vigil speaks to students and educators at Civic Center Plaza during a march/walkout calling attention to issues facing students on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
Students and educators pose for a photo in front of City Hall at Civic Center Plaza during a march/walkout calling attention to issues facing students on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
Students and educators march toward Franklin Street calling attention to issues facing students on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
Members of SF State's dragon boat team, SF Blazing Dragons, explain what it's like to be a part of the collegiate paddling club. The team was founded in 2010 and has since worked hard to compete with some of the best college teams in California.
SF State students share their coming out stories and explore the importance of "safe zones" for the LGBTQ+ community.
Three students from the School of Theatre and Dance share the personal experiences and interests that inspire their creativity. After three months of weekly rehearsals, their choreography is presented in the “Shifting Perspective” student showcase.
Last Wednesday, SF State alumna Jennifer Mendiola was officially named as a victim of the deadly Oakland Ghost Ship fire.
Two other SF State victims had been identified days before, Michela Gregory and Donna Kellogg.
“The entire campus community expresses its profound sadness at the news that
This past Wednesday, SF State’s Paul J. Leonard library housed a discussion regarding the current state of health and welfare within the LGBTQ+ community.
Mickey Eliason, assistant dean of Faculty Development & Scholarship at the College of Health and Social Sciences coordinated the discussion, which encompassed
On Dec. 17, F*ck U! In the Most Loving Way: A National Feminist Art Exhibition, will open at the Arc Gallery downtown.
Tanya Augsburg, associate professor of humanities and liberal studies, helped organize the event and will be performing in the exhibition. A film by Cheryl
Five weeks from today, the United States will inaugurate President-elect Donald Trump. SF State chimes in on why they think Hillary Clinton lost the race and what role sexism played in the outcome.
Relentless rainfall and strong wind caused flood warnings and public transportation delays across San Francisco on Thursday.
A flood advisory was issued by the National Weather Service for San Francisco and the North Bay on Thursday afternoon. The rain was felt hardest along Embarcadero on Pier
Students and faculty gathered in front of the the Cesar Chavez Student Center Wednesday afternoon, where the Metro College Success Program and the Metro Association of Social Equity Student Organization held a memorial for SF State Student Michela Gregory, one of the 36 victims of
Support for Oakland’s DIY spaces meeting
4799 Shattuck Ave, Oakland
Wednesday, Dec. 14. at 7 p.m.
A handful of members from collectives within Omni Commons in Oakland are hosting their second meeting to coordinate immediate responses toward making Oakland DIY spaces safer. All members of
An unofficial breakdancing group, related to SF State's Hip Hop State of Mind club, practices their moves in a hallway in the gym. They believe that breakdancing is a great way to relieve stress and express yourself.
It was a girl’s night out and junior Allie Arsiniega was owning the dance floor when she dropped her phone, and before she could retrieve it, two men grabbed it and ran off.
Most people would be consumed with anger or frustration, letting such a moment
I learned English at the age of 8 after spending hours watching cartoons; acquiring the language came easy at that age. Since then I’ve had mastery over both Spanish and English.
I have my occasional identity dilemma, as much as any other young individual who has
Around 20 students from the Campus Against Student Homelessness and Hunger club delivered a petition to President Wong’s administration Thursday morning to request a program to provide resources for homeless students similar to the Homeless At-Risk Transitional Students Program at City College of San Francisco.
The Belle Fourche Pipeline has ruptured causing approximately 130,200 gallons of crude oil to spill into the Ash Coulee Creek, as well as the 46,200 gallons that have spilled into a hillside after a leak that began earlier this month went undetected, as The Washington
One of the enduring thoughts I will take away from this semester is that art is not only a powerful vessel of self-expression, but a tool of representation for a public much larger than an individual.
Costanoan Ohlone historian and activist Ann Marie Sayers highlighted the
Carolina De Robertis, a creative writing professor at SF State was sitting at her desk three days after the election, shocked by the election results and decided the best way to channel her disappointment was to create an anthology of letters of hope.
“I was just
In high school, I never really fit in. I had friends, but I never truly felt like I belonged to a certain group. Even though I am African-American, I never fit in with the Black girls at school because I was told I wasn’t “Black
Graduate student and teaching assistant at the School of Cinema, Candy Guinea, received the prestigious 2016 Princess Grace Award for her films that provide commentary on social justice.
The Princess Grace Award honors emerging talent in theater, dance and film by awarding recipients with grants in
After receiving complaint after complaint, SF State’s IT department launched its Wi-Fi Expansion Project, a semester-long endeavor aiming to upgrade access points all over campus.
The expansion project began earlier this year, and has now completed two of its three phases. Expansion focused on upgrading current
When the needle hits noon and the smell of bacon permeates the senses; flocks of students head for their favorite vendors at Cesar Chavez Student Center or food trucks at Hensill Hall.
While waiting in line at Café Rosso, Luis Chavez waved his head back and
With boxes of Krispy Kreme Donuts to appeal to morning commuter students making their way to campus, the Political Science Student Association asked for donations for the homeless.
On a chilly Tuesday morning Aliana Fuata, president of PSSA, stood by 19th and Holloway avenues wearing several
SF State’s Ceramics Guild held its annual ceramics sale during the week after Thanksgiving in the Fine Arts Building last week.
The Ceramics Guild is an organization through Associated Students Inc., and has been hosting the annual sale for decades.
The pottery was created exclusively by SF
Knuth Hall was packed to capacity with students and professors for a performance known as the Medea Project.
The Medea Project for Incarcerated Women not only included interpretive dance and powerful retellings of Greek Mythology, but also featured true stories of the performers in the play.
At the closing program of the Labor Archives and Research Center’s exhibit, “Worshiping the God of Dynamite,” San Francisco Chronicle columnist Carl Nolte led a lecture about how the events of the Preparedness Day Bombing of 1916 can relate to modern times.
The event brought together
Superfest Film Festival is an annual film festival that showcases films that include positive portrayals of people living with disabilities. It was the 30th anniversary and the fifth year that SF State's Longmore Institute on Disability has been involved with the festival.
When voters were asked to consider Proposition Q, it was billed as a “housing not tents” initiative. Now that it’s passed, the city and Department of Public Works are given license beginning in January to remove tents from public sidewalks with a minimum of 24-hours’
On the basketball court, her coaches and teammates define her playing style as aggressive and consider her the team's vocal leader. Off the court, she is described as one of the most kind and joyous people they know.
The Gators' off-season acquisition, forward/center Donae Moguel,
Post-election fears and anxieties of many Muslims have become a reality in the wake of the 2016 presidential election.
Jehan Hakim, an SF State alumnus, recalled a horrifying incident involving her friend, a young immigrant woman, whose head scarf was pulled off her head and was
In the fall of 2001, as I turned for Salaam at the end of Jumah salat, Islamic Friday prayer, I craned my neck over my shoulder, first to the right and then to the left. From the corner of my eye I saw a White
Editor’s note: this is an open letter in response to Tomi Lahren, host of TheBlaze’s commentary show “Tomi,” and her recent “Final Thoughts” segment regarding the Trump Presidency and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Dear Tomi Lahren,
I would like to begin by stating that this