Bernie Sanders received immense support from the crowd as he spoke at this year’s California Nurses Convention to discuss the Medicare For All Act at Yerba Buena Gardens.
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[media-credit name="Cristabell Fierros" align="alignright" width="800"][/media-credit] U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders walks through a crowd during a
A dormant accounting program at SF State is currently under review for possible termination.
The Educational Policies Council, a committee dedicated to discussing curriculum and academic policy issues, unanimously voted at their Sept. 12 meeting in favor of discontinuing The Certificate in the Study of Public
A high-rise in Parkmerced had to be evacuated early this morning after a fire broke out, hospitalizing two people.
San Francisco firefighters responded to the call at 125 Cambon Drive at about 5:45 a.m. where they rescued three victims from a blazing seventh-floor apartment.
Two of the
Volunteers armed themselves with gardening gloves and refillable mugs for complimentary coffee, as well as decomposable garbage bags and buckets, in hopes to change a statistic, Saturday morning.
The 2016 World Economic Forum estimated that given our projected plastic use, “there will be more plastic
For Eden Yohannes, coming to SF State from Petaluma can cost up to $26 a day.
She and other students from the North Bay often commute because they cannot afford to live in San Francisco and have opted to live with their families outside the
It was supposed to be one of the typical errands to run before a wedding — buy the wedding cake. Now, five years later, the idea of such a wedding cake led to a Supreme Court showdown, after a Colorado baker refused to create a
[caption id="attachment_78635" align="alignnone" width="800"] The Educational Policy Council discusses a proposal to discontinue a certificate from the Study of Public Accountancy Program at SF State on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. (Bryan Ramirez/Golden Gate Xpress)[/caption]
A dormant accounting program at SF State is currently under review for
On Sept. 19, an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.1 shook the community of Mexico City and caused over 200 deaths, according to Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto’s press address.
The event coincided with the 32nd anniversary of 1985’s temblor. A mandatory evacuation was issued to
Massive change is on the way for Holloway Avenue as SF State gears up to construct two buildings approved by the CSU Board of Trustees over the summer.
The Creative Arts & Holloway Mixed-Use Project will demolish 46 units of student housing within two separate blocks of University Park
Finding a place to live near SF State is as tough as the 49ers finding a win – it’s rough out there.
It’s time consuming, awkward and stressful. Craigslist is hit or miss. Open houses often feature a half-dozen or more candidates competing for a single bedroom.
Andrew Joron, a creative writing professor here at SF State, blends his science-fiction background with creative writing exploration to create powerfully compacted, beautifully melodic sonnets of poetry in his new book, “The Absolute Letter.”
Joron has been teaching at SF State since 2014, working primarily with
For the purpose of this article, the term Mexican-American is used to refer to a person of Mexican heritage who is living in the U.S. regardless of citizenship status. The term Latinx is the gender-neutral version of Latino/Latina and is used to refer to a
SF State art students and professors
speak out against hate without saying a word
Acclaimed director Darren Aronofsky presented this weekend what was, perhaps, his most experimental film, and it is one of the most menacing and cringe-worthy movies of the last decade – a compliment to the director's way of filming.
Aronofsky's "mother!" has the pleasure of being different
SF State students in the foodservice industry rely on the voluntary, and often paltry, tips people pay in exchange for service to cover the rent.
Tipping is a delicate subject in the U.S. because it’s a large part of the culture and economy – especially
SF State’s women's soccer team played in a physical 1-0 victory over Holy Names University Hawks on Saturday, Sept. 16.
The Hawks started out with possession of the ball, but the Gators quickly pressured them to grab control of the game.
Within the first 15 minutes of
SF State’s School of Cinema is listed as one of the best film schools in the country for the fourth year in a row.
The Hollywood Reporter published its annual ranking of top film schools and placed the School of Cinema as 22nd in the country
Swapping out bacon, burgers, and cheese for other sources of protein like tofu and nuts tends to raise a few eyebrows.
Several SF State students who have adopted a vegan lifestyle have dealt with the uncomfortable conversations when explaining their choice to change their diet.
SF State’s women’s volleyball team lost last night in a 3-1 battle against nationally ranked California State University, San Bernardino.
SF State gators showed signs of miscommunication during the first set by letting balls hit the ground between players, as well as serving into the
Riot gear equipped officers from three different departments encircled a portion of UC Berkeley's campus Thursday night as security for Ben Shapiro’s 7 p.m. speaking engagement.
Shapiro is a right wing political pundit who has written for Breitbart, The Daily Wire and other similar publications.
Oakland, Calif. — Outside the Paramount Theatre, vendors awaited the massive crowd that received their long-awaited citizenship on Thursday with patriotic merchandise, passport covers, and voter registration papers.
The ceremony was hosted by U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services. Democracy Action SF organized the voter registration booths
This story was originally published stating that the data regarding the number of complaints and length of time for investigation was pulled from the U.S. News and World Report. Though the data was pulled from this site, it was originally provided from the Department of Education's
On a foggy September Wednesday, SF State’s women’s soccer team capitalized on second chances.The Knights traveled across the city to meet the Gators at a very wet and muddy Cox Stadium. The drizzle did not help either team at all, and who ever could adjust
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SF State students are working once again with the non-profit Coaching Corps to help kids in disadvantaged communities play the sports they have always wanted to play.
Coaching Corps’s mission is "to ensure that all kids get to reap
“Queer Virality” held its opening reception in the Associated Students Inc. art gallery on Friday, Sept. 8, which displayed conceptual art from several different artists.
Renae Moua, the show’s curator, chose a theme that hit very close to home as a queer person of color. She’s
Saturdays in the fall are a time when many college students unite around football, yet no yard lines or goalposts can be found at San Francisco State’s Cox Stadium.
This is because SF State has been a school without a football team since 1995.
Part video game social club, part competitive video game organization, SF State’s League of Gaming hopes to continue to grow this semester while developing partnerships with current and new esports sponsors.
Esports, the formal term for professional competitive gaming, has quickly gained popularity around the world
In honor of September being Hispanic Heritage Month, assistant BECA professor at SF State is producing two documentaries about immigrants in collaboration with the San Francisco Giants.
“The Giants are trying to show their audience how inviting they are; that sports are a great way
“I am very emotionally Japanese; the events make me feel something. All of my choreography is emotionally-based and that comes out,” Ayana Yonesaka said. “Each dance is specifically inspired.”
The colorful wall hanging swayed as the dancers ran past. The soft sound of rain played
[caption id="attachment_78411" align="aligncenter" width="800"] SF State Gator sophomore Niko Baila throws in the ball to her teammates, in their win against University of Bridgeport at Cox Stadium on Sept. 11, 2017. (Ivan Corona/Xpress)[/caption]
In a hot Monday afternoon San Francisco State’s women’s soccer team managed to
SF State students can find relief from homework, exams and studying right on campus every other week with some help from furry friends.
Therapy Dog Tuesdays, hosted by SF State’s Health Promotion and Wellness (HPW) unit from the University’s Student Affairs & Enrollment Management, is an
SF State’s women’s volleyball team started off day one of the 2017 West Region Showcase with a loss in their tournament opener against Biola University.
“There were a lot of errors,” said Matt Hoffman, head coach of the team. “We didn’t play a clean game of
As a record-breaking heatwave blitzed San Francisco over Labor Day weekend, more than 400 “zinesters” filled the non-air conditioned County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park for a Sunday zine fest.
A Zine — short for fanzine — is traditionally a “cheaply-made, cheaply-priced publication, often in
“Everybody wants to be hood, see hood, live hood, rep hood, but still call the hood babies hoodrats as they feel distasteful at the thought of an alley with a sofa they claim we have so much in common with, you know? Since apparently we’re
After a long postseason of putting in copious amount of physical and mental hours to their training, SF State’s women’s soccer team opened their season in Oregon with one win and a loss.
“I expected challenging games playing on the road, in the heat and
Some faculty and students within College of Ethnic Studies (COES) are upset at President Leslie E. Wong for not fulfilling demands he promised the COES after the protest from May of last year.
Wong signed a contract with the four hunger strikers of the Third