A campus power outage led to several servers being down, wifi out, flickering lights and canceled classes on SF State’s campus on Thursday, Nov. 29.
The campus-wide power outage began at 1 p.m due to an unknown cause, and the campus was closed effective at
His sign read: WARNING, fake Christians, homosexuals, abortionists, party animals….rebellious women, liars, Muslims, masturbators, murderers….liberals, crossdressers, Buddhists
Indigenous history in the mainstream American educational system is, at best, revisionist and at worst, a dismissive attempt to cleanse the white American palate of the genocide propagated by our ancestors.
What most Americans understand as Thanksgiving is recorded as a harvest celebration in 1621
There were over 5,000 people in attendance at the annual Indigenous People’s Sunrise Ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017. The ceremony has been held on Alcatraz Island since 1975 to commemorate the occupation of the Island in 1969.
This year the ceremony brought together many
There are a lot of stigmas around Tenderloin District in San Francisco: high crime rates, drugs and homelessness. However, people showed the strong connection within the community on Thanksgiving Day as 500 volunteers came and served 5,000 meals to residents, according to Ryan Hsu, a
One of Merriam-Webster’s definitions for the word “collective” is “involving all members of a group as distinct from its individuals.”
There may as well be a picture of Macro Waves next to that sentence.
Macro Waves is a Bay Area art collective, composed of six artists -
[caption id="attachment_79821" align="alignnone" width="800"] Evan Zeller (#3) rises for a basket against Pacific Union defenders at the SF State Gymnasium on Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017. Zeller finished with a game high of 21 points and 3 rebounds. (Mitchell Mylius/Golden Gate Xpress)[/caption]
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The San Francisco State women’s basketball team got the win over the visiting Notre Dame de Namur Argonauts in the final game of the Thanksgiving Classic on Nov. 25.
The team was coming out of the dark after back-to-back losses against California State University, East
Before dawn broke, thousands of people occupied Alcatraz Island to commemorate Indigenous history. Andrea Carmen, the executive director of the International Indian Treaty Council, welcomed the sun by shedding light on the Pequot Massacre, which some believe led to the declaration of thanksgiving. “We are
The gym at West Ranch High School was booming. The stands were roaring from parents cheering on their kids as they were able to sneak into the 2014 CIF Southern Section Playoffs. It would be the last game of the season for the Wildcats unless
Muslim students from SF State and CCSF gathered on Friday afternoon to pray at Malcolm X Plaza despite having had to face criticisms in the past.
SF State’s Muslim student association, in partnership with CCSF’s MSA, arranged to do Jumaa, a congregational Friday prayer, together. SF
Bernal Heights is arguably one of the most overlooked neighborhoods in San Francisco. Nestled between the Mission district in the north and Excelsior in the south, Bernal Heights has evolved over the past 30 years due to gentrification and the tech boom. On the same
Everyone living on campus including staff, faculty and students will receive a 5 percent rent increase with the signing of their next rental contract.
It’s the first chunk of a maximum 30 percent rent hike set to build up during six years of incremental increases through
Have you ever wanted to try a game out before anyone else? It could be easier to achieve than you think.
On Friday at the penultimate meeting of the year for the League of Gaming Club at SF State, a guest speaker introduced a new alpha
Every week for the past months, I have thrown out at least five bags of kale mixes that I had forgotten about. I felt guilty each time, because not only was I wasting food, but money as well.
Food waste goes beyond just moral or
When I read the statement the founder of The Vans Warped Tour published, a piece of my teenage heart died.
“With many mixed feelings, I am here to announce that the last full cross country run of The Vans Warped Tour will take place in 2018,”
On Friday, roughly around noon, there was a gas leak outside the Student Services building at SF State.
“We were using a jackhammer to make repairs to the waterline, but no one told us about the gas line,” said Rufino Gomez, plumber for Express Plumbing. “Nobody
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SF State’s popular student hang-out, the Depot, hosted its signature open mic event on Wednesday, Nov. 15, showcasing volunteer’s talents such as singing, playing an instrument, reading their poem among others. Each performer is given about 10 minutes
I attended my first concert in 2011, and I’ve been hooked ever since.
It was a Big Sean show at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco during his “I Am Finally Famous” tour. “Finally Famous” was my favorite album at the time, and hearing Sean make
For the past two months, the United States has stood in shock after 97 people were killed in the most recent mass murders. Questions and possible solutions to these murders inundate public debate and blame has been pointed in several directions.
When an Uzbek man,
FedUp is a podcast on issues that college students face that may not feel comfortable talking about. Created by Golden Gate Xpress reporters, Vitta Oliveri and Aria Brock, they delve into the issues that students talk about and face in their lives.
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In the living room of San Francisco State baseball coach Tony Schifano, something bigger than any game is happening with a group of athletes from Gator athletics.
Each week, these athletes meet as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes club, or FCA. Since its founding in 1954,
I hate cell phones. Always have and always will. Unfortunately, like many of my peers, my day-to-day life requires one at all times. My major requires me to stay in touch with sources, my academic life requires communication with professors and, being in a long
Rushing on stage with music and the sound of water in the background, the first dancers of the last performance of New Moves: Flux took the stage a month earlier than in years past.
New Moves usually premieres in December, but Ray Tadio, teacher of
For the first time in team history, three women’s cross country athletes were named all-conference after finishing in the top 15 in the CCAA Championship race on Friday, Sept. 22.
[caption id="attachment_79690" align="alignleft" width="371"] Magali Arsiniega, 22, (left) Adriana Calva, 21, (center) and Camille Hansen, 22,
SF State’s former men’s wrestling coach, hall-of-famer Lars Jensen, has filed a complaint with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing alleging age discrimination.
Former SF State Athletic Director, Charles Guthrie, has since resigned from his position and has since been removed from the
The Experimental College is being restarted within the political science department this fall semester with four courses being taught by students.
This pilot revival program was inspired by the college’s first run at SF State back in 1968, where students designed courses that they wanted to
The Afro Cuban Jazz Ensemble performed in Knuth Hall at SF State on last Wednesday using rare instruments and vocals to serenate an audience of students and Parkmerced locals.
Director John Calloway has been part of this program for 18 years and learned that music will
The Gators men’s basketball team edged past the UC Dominican Penguins 92-88 at the PAC West/CCAA Challenge tournament, improving their undefeated record of 2-0.
While the Gators did at one point lead by 12, the win didn’t come easy.
Evan Zeller opened up the game with
A crowd waited outside the Fox Theater in Oakland on Friday for the Spanish and English band, Chicano Batman, that not only had the audience dancing all night but also sent a strong message against police brutality.
Chicano Batman is comprised of four musicians from Los
Four years after the not so well-received “Thor: The Dark World,” “Thor: Ragnarok” looks to move the God of Thunder’s franchise to a more fun, hilarious and exciting environment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In this third installment of the “Thor” series, Thor’s sister, Hela the
To raise money for women’s heart health, Alpha Phi held their annual comedy event, Mr. Heartthrob, on Thursday, Nov. 9 at Annex 1 on campus. Through the Alpha Phi Foundation and the American Heart Association, the event fundraised money by showcasing male students from several
Art imitating life is commonplace, and often the defining quality in good art is that, while life moves on, the imitation depicted, sculpted or drawn remains relevant.
Victor Arnautoff, a Russian painter and art professor working in the Bay Area for more than two decades,
Reverb and delay pave the way for the latest exhibit at the SF State Design Gallery, located on the first floor of the Fine Arts building.
Pedal Culture held its opening reception on Thursday, Nov. 2. It was curated by Ron Light, SF State anthropology alumnus
After losing six seniors and bringing in a new interim coach, San Francisco State’s men’s basketball hopes to emulate last season’s staunch defensive squad.
The team enjoyed a successful, yet unfulfilling, season last year. While finishing 25-6 with a 14-1 home record, they were beaten
[caption id="attachment_79665" align="alignleft" width="800"] General Union of Palestinian Students from San Francisco State University rally in front of the Phillip Burton Federeal Courthouse on Nov. 8, 2017. (Kelly Rodriguez Murillo/Golden Gate Xpress)[/caption]
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