29 Jan 2019

“Empire” actor victim of possible MAGA driven hate crime

Jussie Smollett, actor in the Fox television show “Empire”, was the victim of a possible racially-charged assault and battery early Tuesday morning in Chicago’s Streeterville neighborhood. The incident took place

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29 Jan 2019

Gators to build on 2018 historic playoff run

After making history in 2018, the SF State baseball team heads into the new season with four all-conference players and looks to win its first conference championship since 1983. The

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29 Jan 2019

Grit fuels wrestlers to consecutive wins at conference

Grit and toughness secured the wrestling team a victorious dual meet over New Mexico Highlands and Simpson University on Friday, Jan. 25 at The Swamp. The Gators chomped through Rocky

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29 Jan 2019

Reporter’s error spurs false claims

Student Affairs and Enrollment Management was prepared to defame Xpress reporter and incoming-Editor-in-Chief Lorenzo Morotti, he erred in his reporting. In the story, “Transphobic’ crime bulletin leads to demands for

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29 Jan 2019

Professor files discrimination lawsuit against top-ranking administrators

A tenured professor filed a lawsuit against SF State President Leslie Wong and other top-ranking administrators on Jan. 14, alleging discrimination based on her race, health and political activism. Arab

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29 Jan 2019

Government shutdown ends before grant funds are affected

The western front of the United States Capitol Building. (Wikimedia Commons user, ‘Noclip’/Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)   After a historic duration of 35 days, the partial government shutdown has temporarily

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29 Jan 2019

Gay Men’s Chorus raises $13, 500 for Camp Fire victim relief

San Francisco continues to provide support for the victims of the Camp Fire through a cappella and choir. The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus hosted a concert on Sunday at

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29 Jan 2019

Wildlife hospital provides shelter, aid, rehabilitation for animals in urban scape

Lindsay Wildlife Hospital manager Aireo Shipman knows firsthand how stressful, unpredictable and dangerous it can be to work as a wildlife rehabilitator. Just last week he was in a cherry

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29 Jan 2019

BART survey shows rise in rider dissatisfaction due to crime, grime

The results of a BART survey released on Thursday show increased complaints from riders who say the transit agency is not doing enough to address the crime and grime they

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29 Jan 2019

Alleged rapist not on my playlist: mute R. Kelly

It’s time to mute R. Kelly. Literally. “Age Ain’t Nothing But a Number” written by Kelly and performed by Aaliyah, hauntingly alluded to the atrocities chronicled in Lifetime’s 2019 documentary

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