02 Oct 2018

Gators men’s soccer cruises by Cal State Dominguez Hills 3-0

After having scoring troubles for the last four games, the Gators clicked offensively and defensively during their 3-0 Sunday win over the Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros at Cox Stadium.

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02 Oct 2018

San Francisco’s Folsom Street Fair reinforces consent

Under the fierce sun of the last Sunday of September, skin-tight black latex, leather bondage and stark nudity dominated Folsom Street in the SOMA district of San Francisco, with the

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02 Oct 2018

Kavanaugh case prompts emotional survivor stories on social media

As the scandal of embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh unfolds in front of the public eye, with his defense team consisting of a misogynistic president infamously known to be

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02 Oct 2018

Women’s soccer narrowly defeats Cal State Dominguez Hills

The SF State women’s soccer team narrowly defeated the Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros 1-0 on Sunday, Sept. 30. Sophomore goalie Nicki Rucki (00) saved seven shots on goal and

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02 Oct 2018

Karen Korematsu makes momentous visit to SF State

Fred Korematsu was an American hero who fought the government’s internment of Japanese citizens during WWII to the highest court in the country. Seventy-six years later, his daughter took the

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02 Oct 2018

Oakland Tuff Sheds no solution to homelessness, say opponents

Residents of the E 12th Street homeless encampment have finished rebuilding their shelters following a widespread fire that leveled half of the 450-square-foot area on Sept. 11. Since then, the

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02 Oct 2018

SF State creative writing professor releases first collection of poems

After eight years of working toward her book release, Heather June Gibbons, an SF State creative writing professor, debuted her first full-length book, “Her Mouth As Souvenir,” during a reading

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02 Oct 2018

DACA and undocumented students still live in fear

According to the Dream Resource Center, SF State has 500-700 undocumented and DACA-receiving students who are still waiting on the current presidential administration and judge’s’ decision regarding DACA to realize

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02 Oct 2018

SF State President Wong steps down

SF State President Leslie Wong shocked students, staff and faculty on Monday morning when he announced that he would be stepping down effective July 30, 2019. On Monday morning, Oct.

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02 Oct 2018

Campus power outages cause chaos for businesses

SF State’s commercial eateries took a hit when power outages occurred during back-to-back weekends last month. Although seemingly insignificant to many on campus, the blackouts on Sept. 8 from noon-2:30

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02 Oct 2018

Lauryn Hill celebrates the 20th anniversary of “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill;” Review

“The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” celebrated its 20th anniversary this year, and with that massive milestone, Ms. Lauryn Hill found it only right to go on tour to celebrate the gem of

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