31 Oct 2016

Hermanos Unidos celebrates Halloween with community service

While most college students center their Halloween festivities around costumes and partying, members of SF State’s Hermanos Unidos used the holiday as an opportunity for community service. Just days before

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31 Oct 2016

SF State community prepares for Halloween in wake of armed robbery

At the start of Halloween weekend, SF State students received an email notification regarding an armed robbery that took place on campus early Friday morning. “At approximately 1:45 AM on October

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30 Oct 2016

Senior day spoiled as Gators season ends with 1-0 lost

SF State’s women’s soccer team season and playoffs dreams came to an end with a heartbreaking 1-0 lost on senior day against the Stanislaus State Warriors Saturday afternoon at Cox

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30 Oct 2016

Gators end season on senior day with 2-0 shutout win

SF State’s men’s soccer team recorded their first non-losing season in the CCAA since joining the conference in 1998 with a 2-0 shutout victory over the visiting Stanislaus State Warriors

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28 Oct 2016

Ethnic Studies speakers series continues with event on clean energy

The College of Ethnic Studies speaker series continued last week by raising awareness of the harm caused by large utility companies like PG&E. Jessica Tovar, organizer for Local Clean Energy

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28 Oct 2016

League of Filipino Students talk peace in the name of sovereignty

The League of Filipino Students discussed the civil conflict between the government of the Philippines and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines during a presentation at the Richard Oakes

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28 Oct 2016

Armed robbery occurs at student dorms, no injuries reported

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article stated that “several attempts were made to contact the University for more information regarding the robbery,” when if fact Golden Gate Xpress made

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28 Oct 2016

Sluggish start may foil playoff dreams for women’s soccer

After 100 minutes in a rainy, double overtime battle, Tia Sidtikun of Cal State East Bay capitalized on a late Gator error to score her second goal of the game

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28 Oct 2016

Men’s soccer dominates in highest scoring game of the year

The Gators overpowered the CSU East Bay Pioneers in their second to last game of the season yesterday at Cox Stadium, winning with a score of 6-1 in what proved

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27 Oct 2016

Voting rights remain an issue for undocumented students

In a time of anti-undocumented rhetoric, the idea of voting rights remains a beacon of hope for undocumented Americans eager to join the political process. “Because voting is considered both

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27 Oct 2016

Student Health Services promotes wellness with Halloween spirit

Student Health Services hosted a Halloween-themed open house Wednesday to promote stress management techniques and student success. The Student Health Center was transformed into a Halloween house and costumed staff

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26 Oct 2016

Frat brother chooses goats over chemicals

Over the summer English major, Parker Sha, purchased three goats from craigslist.org in a venture to start a goat grazing business. Since the launch, Sha has gained multiple clients and has even expanded into goat

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26 Oct 2016

PEACE AND FREEDOM PARTY CANDIDATE TALKS SOCIALISM

[media-credit id=416 align=”alignleft” width=”534″][/media-credit] Gloria La Riva doesn’t expect to become the next American president. She knows the odds are stacked against any third-party nominee, let alone a socialist. But

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26 Oct 2016

‘Modern Family’ plays lip service to social progress

“Modern Family,” now in its eighth season, has the baffling ability to be simultaneously progressive and outdated. For a TV show that boasts both a gay couple and an interracial

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26 Oct 2016

Voting Locations: An Interactive Map of Where You Can Vote

Election Day is November 8. Do you know where your local polling place is? There are several polling places throughout San Francisco neighborhoods and districts. The following polling locations presented

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26 Oct 2016

Poli-sci major fights for refugee education

Alisar Mustafa wants to change the lives of those affected by the civil war in her homeland of Syria through awareness and education. Mustafa is a 20-year-old junior majoring in

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26 Oct 2016

Linguist frames presidential debate

“Trump uses the brains of others to his advantage. He has 50 years of experience as a self-interested salesman,” said former UC Berkeley linguistics professor and author George Lakoff during

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26 Oct 2016

Superfest Film Festival challenges media perceptions of people with disabilities

Throngs of people filled the entrance of the Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life at UC Berkeley on Saturday to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Superfest Disability Film

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26 Oct 2016

Panel discusses Syrian refugee crisis

Guests helped themselves to authentic Syrian food and received henna tattoos for cash donations at the “Hearts for Syria” panel discussion held in the J. Paul Leonard Library Monday night.

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26 Oct 2016

‘J.K. Rowling of the Chinese Speaking World’ visits SF State

Correction: An earlier version of this article misspelled Jimmy Liao’s translator as Chris Lee, but it has been corrected to Professor Chris Li of the Chinese Program at SF State.  Hundreds

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26 Oct 2016

Peace and Freedom Party candidate talks socialism

Gloria La Riva doesn’t expect to become the next American president. She knows the odds are stacked against any third-party nominee, let alone a socialist. But that isn’t stopping her

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26 Oct 2016

First-Generation voters prepare for Election Day

In fifth grade, Iliana Jacobo helped her parents study for their American citizenship so they could live in the U.S. as free citizens. This year, Jacobo will see their hard

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26 Oct 2016

Trump blurs line between entertainment and politics

Remember when you were told as a kid that if you ignore someone, they’ll just go away? Well America has done a really terrible job of ignoring Donald Trump. We’ve

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26 Oct 2016

If Donald Trump were president of our university, he would be fired

[media-credit name=”Jessylyn Los Banos ” align=”alignnone” width=”560″][/media-credit] Imagine if we had a president at our University who would not allow undocumented students to receive an education, made birth control difficult

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25 Oct 2016

Gators volleyball player fulfills her dream in the U.S

A big smile immediately spread across setter Linda Aerne’s face when asked about her love for volleyball. Passion for the sport ultimately encouraged Aerne to travel independently from Zurich, Switzerland

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25 Oct 2016

Seventh annual costume dodgeball brings record turnout

Cobwebs, skeletons and caution tape transformed The Gymnasium Thursday night, which hosted over 100 students dressed in costumes for the Halloween-themed dodgeball tournament. The campus recreation department held the seventh

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24 Oct 2016

Drought not nixed despite bouts of heavy rainfall

Over the weekend, the unfamiliar sound of the pitter patter of rain intensified to a din as people donned their rain boots and lugged around their waterlogged umbrellas in the

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24 Oct 2016

Exhibition explores Pacific Islander narrative

A crowd gathered outside the Associated Student Art Gallery on Thursday evening anticipating the “Being Pacific” exhibition’s opening reception to commence. Each painting, photograph and artifact within the gallery related

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22 Oct 2016

Student seeks unconventional relationship by unconventional means

While many young people who are seeking a relationship turn to online dating apps, Alex Wong decided he would try an unusual approach. Wong, a broadcast and electronic communication arts

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22 Oct 2016

Gators unable to capitalize, fall to Pioneers

Women’s volleyball set a season high in digs, 68, but lost another match, falling 3-1 against CSU East Bay Pioneers on Friday. The Gators wore pink ribbons in their hair

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22 Oct 2016

University begins conversion to gender-inclusive bathrooms

In an effort to accommodate students of all genders, SF State has started converting single-stall restrooms to be gender-inclusive. The University currently has 13 gender-inclusive bathrooms on campus and is

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21 Oct 2016

Ethnic Studies seeks funding in new grant application

The College of Ethnic Studies has applied for a $100 million grant in hopes of expanding the College’s reach and impact. The 100&Change grant, provided by the MacArthur Foundation, is

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21 Oct 2016

LGBT History Month forgets own history

When you visit the LGBT History Month’s website, you’re presented with a list of 31 famous members of the community, one for each day of the month. These icons, as

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21 Oct 2016

Millennials are not selfish, we are realistic

It’s no secret that millennials have been dubbed the “selfish generation.” There are many attributes we possess that have given us this reputation. But the one that irks me the

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20 Oct 2016

Trump continues clumsy references to Latinos in final debate

“We have some bad hombres here and we’re going to get them out,” republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said during the third and final presidential debate Wednesday night in Las

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