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It was not a fun night to be a California State University, Los Angeles Golden Eagle on Tuesday night in the Swamp. Not only did the Golden Eagles take a beating on the court, but the capacity crowd let them know whose territory they were
SF State’s Black Residents United in Housing used music, spoken-word performances and art to unite people in celebration of Black History Month.
B.R.U.H. hosted the open mic and art gallery Friday evening in the Mary Park Lounge. Approximately 50 people of all backgrounds came to listen
A bomb threat was made against the Anti-Defamation League in San Francisco, adding California to the list of 11 other states that responded to threats at Jewish schools and community centers on Monday.
According to initial reporting from KTVU, a receptionist at the ADL received the
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SF State women’s softball team dropped their series against number one-ranked Humboldt State University after back-to-back losses today.
In game one of the Saturday double-header Gator pitcher Megan Clark allowed four hits and two runs during a complete game.
Both the Gators and Lumberjacks remained quiet through
SF State’s Center for Modern Greek Studies is thinking outside the box with unconventional ways to showcase Greek heritage.
Teaming up with the Greek Chamber Music Project, the department is putting on a show full of traditional folk compositions, performed by Greek musicians, in Knuth Hall
The Museum of Modern Arts of New York and the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco honor SF State alumna and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Emiko Omori this month for her films based on the life of Japanese Americans confined to internment camps during World War
Video by Jason Rejali and Mason Rockfellow
Correction: a previous version of this article misspelled the name of University Police Department Deputy Chief Reginald Parson as "Parsons," and also made reference to him as the UPD Chief Reginald Parson. Both errors have since been corrected.
An SF State student was hit by a car while in a crosswalk on Holloway Avenue behind the Administration Building at approximately 1 p.m. Wednesday afternoon.
[caption id="attachment_75892" align="alignnone" width="800"] San Francisco Police Department along with the San Francisco Fire Department assist the SF State student
SF State’s Fine Arts Gallery held a reception on Saturday for the opening of its new exhibit “Mashrabiya: The Art of Looking Back,” which features art with a contemporary Middle Eastern perspective.
Kathy Zarur, art historian and a curator of the exhibit, said the idea of
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Continuing a 63-year weekly tradition, a group of 25 gathered at the Poetry Center in the Humanities
Students got the chance last week to have an open dialogue about polyamorous relationships. Due to high demand, SF State’s Education and Referral Organization for Sexuality, a sex-positive safe space for students, hosted “Finding Your True Love: Polyamory:101” Thursday afternoon.
Reyna Aguilar, coordinator for EROS, thought
Thousands have shown up to the golden anniversary exhibit that reflects on one of the most militant organizations of the Civil Rights era.
Workers at the ticketing desk said “All Power to the People: The Black Panthers at 50” is creating the largest turnout for
Interactive graphic by Nicole Ortega
History is packed with stories of the oppressed, taking actions against oppressors in order to gain freedom and equality, and SF State played significant roles in these battles– most notably in 1968. This timeline shows not only cultural events from around
Vianney Casas was at home waiting for a text from her mom to say she had successfully entered the U.S. The reply she got wasn’t the happy news she was looking for. Her visa had been denied.
“Everything happened in the middle of the night,” Casas
When I was 19 I had a pregnancy scare. It was our first weekend alone together and on the first night the condom broke.
We stayed up all night talking about what we were going to do until 7 a.m. when our local Walgreens would
An SF State astronomy professor is making headway with his research on exoplanets that may have conditions to support life.
Stephen Kane, who teaches Introduction to Astronomy, Stellar Astrophysics and Exoplanetary Science at SF State’s physics and astronomy department had his work published in the latest
Associated Students of San Francisco State University host S.P.E.A.K. at The Depot. Hip-hop artists, poets, musicians, and anyone willing to take the stage to speak their mind and share their story is welcome to blow off steam and tell it like it is. According to
With alternative facts and fake news on the rise, The Fake News Watch is where we check the facts, call out the bullshit, and learn to identify the difference. In a deeply divided political world, we all have a responsibility to seek the truth and
Associated Students Inc. held an opening reception for the Black Mail Collectives’ art show “Shakin’ Systems” in the Cesar Chavez Student Center Thursday evening, featuring black artists.
The show includes mural paintings, sculptures, print pieces and spoken word artist DeMareon Gipson, who believes the exhibit and
SF State will soon offer two new support groups to help students work through issues surrounding depression and body image.
The Counseling and Psychological Services Center at SF State determined the need for the additional programs based on topics that continued to come up during one-on-one
The Apparel Design & Merchandising department sponsored a film viewing last week with the intention of opening people’s eyes to the rising problem of textile waste.
The film, “Towards Zero Textile Waste,” which premiered in the Creative Arts building Thursday evening, was a collaboration by
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[media-credit name="Amanda Davis" align="alignleft" width="374"][/media-credit] Angela Mak, an environmental studies major, teaches students basics of the Cantonese language at a language exchange class organized by international students in J. Paul Leonard Library, at San Francisco State University on Thursday, February 9, 2017.[/caption]
Gloria Watkins, famously known as “bell hooks,” addressed the issues of feminism under the current political climate during her first visit in 15 years to SF State Monday. The well-known African American scholar of intersectionality of race and gender attracted more than 530 people, exceeding
SF State is offering new courses to give students a different approach to developing critical thinking skills this semester: Comics and zombies.
Nick Sousanis, an award-winning graphic novelist, is teaching two new comics courses in the humanities department, including Making Comics in Liberal Studies and Comics
The Gators beat California State University, Los Angeles Golden Eagles 96-76 on Saturday’s Senior Night. Before the game, a short ceremony was conducted for seniors Coley Apsay, Nick Calcaterra, AJ Kahlon, Derrick Brown and Israel Hakim.
Head Coach Paul Trevor started all five seniors to pay
SF State women’s basketball finished their final home game of the season Saturday with a California State University, Los Angeles defeat 55-54.
The Gators celebrated Senior Night with their second win in a row and biggest comeback of the 2016-17 season, overcoming the double-digit deficit.
SF State’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is hosting its seventh annual food drive this week, Feb. 19 through Feb. 25, where proceeds go to the SF-Marin Food Bank.
The food drive, started in 2011, asks that all 13 schools in the California Collegiate Athletic Association gather donations
SF State men’s basketball held on to their winning streak, conquering Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros 78-68 Friday night.
The packed house at the Swamp witnessed a tense game that saw multiple lead changes and random swings of momentum.
Both teams started the game sluggish with
SF State women’s basketball defeated California State University, Dominguez Hills 73-68 at The Swamp tonight, giving the Gators their first win since their recent 17-game losing streak.
The Gators had the Toros by the horns for a majority of the game, holding the lead for a
Over 400 postcards were sent to state, local, and federal representatives as part of San Francisco State’s week of resistance against the travel ban.
The week long event, from Feb 6. - Feb 10, organized by students Alisar Musdafa and Alec Santos also included contacting representatives
Correction: A previous version of this story did not specifically identify Jonathan Stern as a adjunct professor and lecturer. The information has since been updated.
SF State friend and colleague Jonathan Stern died at noon today at Marin General Hospital at the age of 62.
Businesses all over San Francisco are showing support for their immigrant workforce by closing their doors in participation of “A Day Without Immigrants.”
The protest follows President Donald Trump’s pledge to deport undocumented immigrants, build a wall along Mexico’s borders and ban immigrants and travelers from
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Immigrants, lawyers and community members squeezed into the Budget and Finance Committee meeting in substantial numbers