12 Dec 2018

Slumping Gators wrestling battles Southern Oregon this Saturday

Gators wrestling prepares to grapple their way out of a three-meet skid when they travel to Lithia Motors Pavilion to face the Southern Oregon Raiders this Saturday, Dec. 15. It

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12 Dec 2018

Christine Blasey Ford speaks up for the first time since the Kavanaugh hearing

After months of silence, Christine Blasey Ford made her first public statement since the Brett Kavanaugh hearing in September, introducing Rachael Denhollander as the recipient of Sports Illustrated’s Inspiration of

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12 Dec 2018

California wildfires destroy water, soil, air

November saw California’s head and tail burn with more efficiency and destruction than in any year since record keeping began. Wildfires caused the deaths of more than 90 people and

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12 Dec 2018

SF Hillel celebrates Hanukkah

About a dozen students in the Malcolm X Plaza huddled around a large menorah, designed in the likeness of the Bay Bridge, to block the chill December wind as members

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12 Dec 2018

Police corporal promotes community-oriented policing

Police Cpl. Enrique Vera Cruz spent six years patrolling SF State, but on Nov. 30, he was especially alert. Vera Cruz had been training Officer David Lin for a week,

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12 Dec 2018

Gators kick off three-game homestand with matchup against Coyotes

The SF State Gators return to The Swamp to kick off a three-game homestand after going 1-1 on their most recent road trip, which included a 79-80 loss against No.

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12 Dec 2018

George H.W. Bush’s death marks the end of traditional conservatism

Since his death on Friday, Nov. 30, the nation has been remembering the life of former President George H.W. Bush. His administration is said to have flourished in a new

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12 Dec 2018

‘Transphobic’ crime bulletin leads to demands for apology, action

A recent SF State Student Affairs crime bulletin describing a knife-wielding suspect as “a transgender female” led to accusations of transphobia and demands for the term to be removed from the

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12 Dec 2018

Phishing scam compromises dozens of student accounts

Dozens of students were shocked to learn that they were suspended from SF State last week when an email appearing to be from California State University’s chancellor gave them the

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12 Dec 2018

New sensei to take over SF State judo club in 2019

The SF State judo club will see a changing of the guard as a new sensei will take over in the spring of 2019. The current sensei is Yevgeniy Sosnovskiy,

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12 Dec 2018

Performers explore unity in grief

Standing stage left, five dancers in somber shades of blue came together in a warm embrace before stepping on stage. The energy within that circle perfectly encompasses choreographer Paige Carlson-Scardino’s

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12 Dec 2018

“Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles,” a story of the common immigration experience

Sexual assault, family separation and sometimes death are some of the outcomes of immigration for many families. “Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles” chronicles the journey of a family of

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12 Dec 2018

Students balance finals and Santa Con

On Saturday afternoon, Union Square in Downtown San Francisco transformed from a popular tourist photo-op to a sea of people donning their best red and white Santa Claus suits and

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