07 Nov 2018

Get Live hits The Depot stage tomorrow for a hip-hop concert

The Depot will be hosting Get Live! A hip-hop concert performed by SF State students and a local artist. SF State’s very own Jay “Bombay” Bodii, who will be hosting

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07 Nov 2018

University Affairs to meet with self-proclaimed white nationalist

The Associated Students Inc. University Affairs Council wants a self-proclaimed white nationalist to explain why he is enrolled in race and resistance courses at SF State. During a meeting on

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07 Nov 2018

Feinstein wins fifth term as U.S. senator

Democratic incumbent U.S. Sen. Diane Feinstein fended off a challenge from fellow-Democrat and state Senator Kevin De Leon in Tuesday’s midterm elections, winning her fifth term representing California in the

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07 Nov 2018

Bacon and Beer Classic at AT&T Park

Drink up, pig out and party down at the San Francisco Bacon and Beer Classic at AT&T Park. On November 10, local vendors will showcase their craft beers and delicious

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07 Nov 2018

From the gridiron to US Congress, former NFL players win congressional seats

Former NFL players Colin Allred (D) and Anthony Gonzalez (R) landed congressional seats after winning at the polls on Nov. 6. Allred, former linebacker for the Tennessee Titans, unseated longtime

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07 Nov 2018

Body found at Lake Merced, raises questions

A 64-year-old Daly City resident named Maria Lam was discovered dead at Lake Merced in the early morning of Tuesday, Oct. 30. The circumstances of her death will remain a

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07 Nov 2018

Defense carried men’s soccer to the postseason, but a sputtering offense sealed their fate

After securing the fifth seed in the CCAA playoffs with a respectable 10-3-3 record, the Gators fell a game short of reaching the semi-final. Two Cal State San Bernardino goals

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07 Nov 2018

SF State Jewish community mourn mass murder victims

SF Hillel and other Jewish student organizations shared personal anecdotes on Monday, Nov. 5 during a vigil at Malcolm X Plaza held for the 11 worshippers murdered in an anti-Semitic

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07 Nov 2018

GUPS rallies around Dr. Edward Said mural

General Union of Palestine students reaffirmed their commitment to the Palestinian struggle during an anniversary event at Jack Adams Hall on Thursday, Nov. 1. The ceremony commemorated the 11th anniversary

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07 Nov 2018

Coalitions crucial during 1968 strike

The action that precipitated the 1968 SF State strike may have begun with the Black Student Union, but it soon spread to thousands of other students demanding the administration provide

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07 Nov 2018

Women were the backbone of 1968 strike

In 1968, a variety of student activist groups on campus formed the Third World Liberation Front to call on what was then SF State College to create more ethnic diversity

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07 Nov 2018

Strikers’ hopes and dreams remain unfulfilled

In the 50 years since the historic SF State student strike resulted in the country’s first college curriculum dedicated to ethnic studies, the university’s education has become the most progressive

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07 Nov 2018

Student strike still resonates 50 years later

The 1968 student strike at SF State created the country’s first black student union and launched the College of Ethnic Studies, but its ripple effects spread far beyond the university’s

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07 Nov 2018

Judge dismisses lawsuit alleging anti-Semitism against SF State and professor

A drawn out court battle alleging that an SF State professor was encouraging anti-Semitism came to a final close on Thursday, Oct. 29. A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit accusing

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07 Nov 2018

Africana studies major finds activism in music

The SF State strikers in 1968 sought to include more diversity in a whitewashed curriculum and to pressure the university to hire more professors and administrators who represent marginalized communities.

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07 Nov 2018

Pericles debut excites theatre department

The School of Theatre and Dance debuted “Pericles, Prince of Tyre” in the Little Theatre on Nov. 1 with an all-student cast, elaborate lighting and a unique set. “Pericles, Prince

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07 Nov 2018

Competitive ‘Fortnite’ needs an overhaul to become a legitimate esport

“This is literally the dumbest thing in the world, why do we even play,” said gaming superstar Tyler “Ninja” Blevins as he was eliminated in the Fortnite Fall Skirmish. “It’s

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07 Nov 2018

Volleyball clinches first postseason berth since 2015

The SF State volleyball team clinched their first postseason berth since 2015 after sweeping Humboldt State on Nov. 2. The Gators beat the Lumberjacks, 30-28, 25-15, 25-22 on Saturday to

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07 Nov 2018

Megan Kelly off the air after “blackface” remarks

Surprise, Megyn Kelly has made yet another racial comment on her talk show, “Megyn Kelly Today.” Her show on NBC was cancelled for her comments regarding how wearing blackface for

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07 Nov 2018

Election watch party offers political science students expert commentary

Students and professors crowded into Humanities room 304 on election night to celebrate what many in the department consider a holiday, as midterm returns trickled in on a large-screen TV

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07 Nov 2018

Newsom election signals opposition to Trump statewide

Democrat Gavin Newsom took an overwhelming win over Republican John Cox in the California’s 2018 gubernatorial election on Nov. 6, further signaling California’s opposition to Donald Trump. Newsom won with

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