San Francisco State won their last game of the regular season on Saturday, celebrating Senior Day, to pull their way into the playoff season for the first time since 1978.
After the only goal in the game, set by junior midfielder/defender Ayden Bowers' header from the
SF State students show off their halloween costumes around campus on Oct. 31.
On Thursday Oct. 26, SF State Campus Recreation held their 8th Annual Costume Dodgeball Tournament in the Mashouf Wellness Center. Teams gathered to compete in the tournament and the costume contest.
The Jose & Ivan Show, a podcast about San Francisco State University’s sports, some news and other topics that may arise. Created by Golden Gate Xpress reporters Jose Jimenez from the Bay Area and Ivan Corona from Southern California, both will occasionally fight over which
The San Francisco United States Bartender’s guild held a fundraising event stocked with colorful drinks and fancy finger food to provide Puerto Rico with support on Sunday, a little over a month after Hurricane Maria destroyed the territory.
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Midway through this semester, students riding SF State shuttles are experiencing longer wait times on campus than in the past, even with the new Gator Pass provided earlier this semester.
Students can usually wait anywhere between five to 15 minutes for a shuttle, but lately have
Being the new kid at school is never comfortable, but for the new men’s wrestling head coach, replacing a legend of over 30 years is a challenge he has accepted and has been waiting for his whole life.
Jason Welch, the new coach, said he
Animal shelters in Sonoma and Napa county are flooded with displaced pets due to the recent devastating fires.
The fires, which have destroyed an estimated 5,700 buildings, are still not completely contained, according to state officials. Thousands of families have been forced to leave their
For many years, Jason Wu would dress up every Halloween as “Bingo” from the 1960s kids television program, “The Banana Splits Adventure Hour.” Today, Wu dawns a police uniform as SF State Police Chief, believing in the value of trust and saying, “we are truly
One’s sexuality is rarely an easy topic to discuss. So for the women working inside the Cesar Chavez Building, it’s not the number of students who come seeking information on sex that matters, but rather the satisfaction they receive from helping inform them that allows
SF State took part in the annual Up to Us competition, where students get to run a campaign on raising awareness about escalating national debt and how millennials can help to secure the economic future.
[caption id="attachment_79461" align="alignleft" width="552"] Jordan Kenny and Nathan Bowman from the
As the Bay Area awoke this week to red skies and tragic news from the Wine Country Fires, many stayed indoors to avoid unnecessary smoke inhalation. San Francisco surfers in need of their daily escape paddled out at Ocean Beach in surf that had been
It was a Hollywood ending for the San Francisco State University women’s soccer season.
On Senior Day where Liz Borders, Christina Holguin, Bianca Lowe, Vanessa Penuna, Sierra Sagasta and Laura Shea were honored for their time as student-athletes at SF State. The seniors and the rest
It’s easy to hear a story of a murder. It gets a little harder to swallow when you find out you’re standing on the location of the murder.
Sometimes the scariest stories are true ones.
An event called the Ghost Walk was held on Thursday night, where
It was just after 1 a.m. on Oct. 9 when Sierra Hinkle was woken up by police and told to evacuate her family’s Santa Rosa home.
She could see the flames of the Tubbs fire climb up a nearby hill and move closer to her house
The capital of Somalia, Mogadishu, was the target of a terrorist bomb strike on Oct. 14, when a truck packed with several hundred kilograms of military-grade and homemade explosives killed over 350 people and injured over 500 more.
No individual or organization has been identified
SF State men’s soccer won their second to last home game by a landslide and historical 7-1 victory over the Humboldt State University Jacks.
After the Gators won one of their two games this past weekend, winning these last two games were critical to head into
The San Francisco State University women’s soccer team did not come out with a win to keep their playoff hopes under their control.
With the Jacks’ late goal in the 86th minute, the Gators did not send it into overtime on the team’s Wednesday match.
The stage is dark. One spotlight lights the stage as her country-infused vocals begin to fill the room. In front of her sit four judges who hold her fate. She can’t see them and they can’t see her. Her voice is her only asset, the
The Laramie Project, a production at SF State by the theater department, was supposed to open on Thursday, Oct. 12. However, like the rest of campus due to the fires, the play was shut down and opened the following week instead.
The cast, consisting of
Following the North Bay Fires, in an amazingly eerie moment of realization, a press photographer discovered that the wooden Star of David perched on a hill overlooking Camp Newman remained in perfect condition amidst acres of ash and rubble.
“The star was always the landmark
The Superfest film festival continues to change the perception of disability through the lenses of film.
As it kicks off on Nov. 4 in Berkeley, it becomes the longest running disability film festival in the world since it got its start in 1970.
It’s hosted by SF
After 55 long years of teaching and witnessing many changes at SF State, humanities professor Sandra Rudnick Luft will be retiring, but says she will continue to teach.
Professor Luft decided to double major at University of California, Berkeley in philosophy and English literature. She
Mental health and the excessive use of technology are discussed in the latest exhibit at SF State’s Associated Students’ art gallery.
Macro Waves, an artist collective based in Oakland, held the opening reception for NVM (never-mind) on Thursday, Oct. 19. It was originally scheduled for Oct.
Beles, the prickly fruit and summer favorite in the horn of the African country Eritrea, can withstand droughts and blossom in various types of land structures, mimicking the uniqueness of SF State’s cinema major, Sam Gebremiche.
Gebremiche, who also plays right wing for the soccer team,
Imagine this: You’re a freshman at your first college party, you’re having your first drink, and, all of a sudden, someone at the party passes out. What’s your initial reaction? Do you call the police? Do you just wait it out and hope that, as
On Friday night San Franciscans gathered in the South of Market District to enjoy the Filipino Night Market Festival, which is a monthly ongoing festival that showcases art, music and food that celebrates Filipino culture. Hosted by Undiscovered SF, the event is both an indoor
Crowds of hip-hop enthusiasts from all over the Bay Area lined up outside the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California this past weekend to attend Rolling Loud Music Festival.
When the gates opened, they sprinted to the two stages to see artists such as Travis Scott,
For most students, being admitted into the college of their choice can feel like a dream come true, but then comes the harsh reality: the expenses.
Between tuition, housing and school supplies the dream of attending college can suddenly become financially daunting.
This was the
When in a relationship, many may wonder what it would be like to be with another; to wink at the stranger at the party or have a cute coffee date to ghost or disappear on. In an open relationship it might mean you can do
Luck was on the San Francisco State lady Gators’ side on Sunday October 22.
The Gators got an early wakeup call with a goal by California State University, San Bernardino Coyotes, in the fourth minute. That goal was ending the Gators hopes for postseason thoughts.
The San Francisco State University men's soccer team won its fourth home game against Cal State San Bernardino, shooting up two spots on the California Collegiate Athletic Association standings.
With only having three games left in the regular season, the Gators needed this 4-2 win in
Over 200 fans in attendance at Cox Stadium witnessed a nail-biting match Friday Oct. 20, where the San Francisco State University Gators (9-4-2) hosted the Broncos (9-5-2).
A handball inside the goalkeeper’s box by a California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Broncos’ player, awarded a penalty kick
Charles Guthrie, the director of athletics at San Francisco State since 2014, publicly announced his resignation Wednesday, Oct. 18, which will be effective Nov. 1.
Guthrie’s tenure as the head of the Gators athletic department was a short one, but he accomplished a great deal
When Iris Tolenada was in high school at Deer Valley in Antioch, California, she told her volleyball coach, Lou Panzella, there was only one school that she wanted to go to: San Francisco State University.
Panzella tried to convince her to keep her options open, but
SF State’s on-campus venue, The Depot, took a trip back in time to the early 20th century with a jazz trio who began in San Francisco four years ago, just looking to explore the world of music together.
On Tuesday, The Midnight Moods, which is comprised