31 Oct 2018

Costumes galore on All Hallows’ Eve

Every year on Oct. 31 students around SF State campus dress up to show their festive spirit to celebrate and acknowledge Halloween. The possibilities are endless when it comes to

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31 Oct 2018

BECA student will be hosting a new electrifying music class at The Depot

The Depot located in the Cesar Chavez Building on the lower conference level will be hosting the Electronic Music Master Class on Nov. 2 from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Musicians and

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31 Oct 2018

Poetry Center to host a teaching seminar on how to tackle social justice issues

Tomorrow night at 7 p.m., the SF State Poetry Center is hosting a POOR Magazine event featuring local “poverty scholars” educating the public on how to tackle poverty and other

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31 Oct 2018

Rucki saves Gators from elimination, SF State advances to semifinals

Women’s soccer advances to the conference semifinals after surviving a dramatic penalty shootout with Cal State San Marcos on Oct. 30. Despite neither team scoring a goal in the 110

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31 Oct 2018

Undocumented students feel voiceless during elections

As a nearly lifelong member of the Bay Area, junior accounting major and undocumented SF State student Sara Diaz said her inability to vote is unfair in a proclaimed democracy.

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31 Oct 2018

SF State stands with immigrants

SF State students gathered to support a Latinx community widely suffering from emotional trauma as it deals with a nation that’s increasingly hostile with anti-immigrant rhetoric. Latinx students and allies

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31 Oct 2018

Safety concerns lead to event cancellations in wake self-proclaimed nazi student revelations

Recent revelations of an ethnic studies student’s hateful, racist and threatening social media posts have led to the cancellation of the remainder of that course’s public events, according to professor

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31 Oct 2018

SF State Jewish community in shock after Pittsburgh anti-Semitic attack

The horrific shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday, Oct. 27 shocked and angered the Bay Area Jewish community, who held vigils in San Francisco and Oakland to honor the

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31 Oct 2018

Tuition costs on the table in Superintendent of Public Education election

The two candidates for California’s top public education office promise to make college affordable and accessible for all, but their powerful supporters raised questions about who they would represent after

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31 Oct 2018

National Epilepsy Awareness Month: Having a partner with epilepsy

You probably know someone who has epilepsy. One out of every 26 people in the United States will develop epilepsy at some point in their lifetime, according to the Epilepsy

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31 Oct 2018

Día de los Muertos strays away from Halloween traditions

 As the deceased walk through a path filled with marigold flowers guiding them along the bridge between life and death, people gather the essential elements to celebrate them during the

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31 Oct 2018

Prop C Opposition Part of a Greater Issue In American Politics

Proposition C is a San Francisco ballot measure in the upcoming Nov. 6 election, proposed by Our City Our Home, aimed at providing services for the homeless through new housing,

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31 Oct 2018

Students can be more environmentally conscious

A recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change indicates that society has fewer opportunities remaining to avoid damage to the climate. The report stated that due to human

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31 Oct 2018

Students Prepare to Register and Vote for the Midterms

Though many students are eager to vote in the upcoming midterm elections, a majority of students do not vote. The Campus Vote Project reported that only 17 percent of people

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31 Oct 2018

Before you vote…

Election season is coming up, so here’s what you need to know before election day on Nov. 6. Before You Vote Before thinking about what or who to vote for,

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31 Oct 2018

New generation of voters eager to cast ballot

After being forced to stand idly by during the presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, many first time voters at SF State are eager to have a say

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31 Oct 2018

Marriott cancels campus visit hours before protests

As Marriott workers fight against controversial  labor practices across the country, the seeds of dissent trailed back to the SF State University campus on Tuesday, Oct. 23 where students protested

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31 Oct 2018

SF State officially launches $81M construction project

With 10 SF State alumni and dignitaries planting golden shovels in freshly turned earth, SF State officially declared the beginning of the $81 million Liberal and Creative Arts Building project

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31 Oct 2018

SF State alumnus unsolved murder provokes the essence of grief in gun violence epidemic

It has been nearly two months since the unsolved murder of SF State alumnus Shane Colombo. More than 2,132 miles apart, Colombo’s fiance Vincent Perez resided in San Francisco, the

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31 Oct 2018

Activist opens cafe for civic engagement in Mission District

Where do you physically go to become a better citizen? This is the question that owner Manny Yekutiel had in mind when he created his gathering space. Manny’s is a

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31 Oct 2018

SF State Spooktacular Concert Debut’s Student Orchestra, Wind and Brass Ensemble

SF State’s orchestra, wind ensemble and brass ensemble welcomes student’s and the community to their first ever Spooktacular Concert in the Knuth Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 7:30 p.m.

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31 Oct 2018

Streamers, gamers and community take over San Jose for TwitchCon

With the fourth annual convention held this past weekend at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center, TwitchCon was the place to be for tens of thousands of an ever-growing internet

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31 Oct 2018

CCAA soccer playoffs begin with both SF State teams in action

The conference playoffs for soccer are underway and both the men and women soccer teams have their first-round matchups today. Women’s soccer hosts Cal State San Marcos at 3 p.m.

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31 Oct 2018

Gators deliver big win on senior night against Monterey Bay

The Gators swept the first place Cal State Monterey Bay Otters on Oct. 27 to finish the year with a four-game winning streak at the Swamp and inch closer to

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31 Oct 2018

Gators test themselves in a purple and gold scrimmage

Gators wrestling rumbles in a tune-up alumni day scrimmage, giving the crowd 11 battles to watch at the Swamp on Saturday, Oct. 27. SF State’s weight class picture cleared up

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