The SF State Comic Studies department is inaugurating their new and exclusive comic book collection on Thursday, Feb. 28. The comic book archive, titled “The Thomas Bentley Rue Collection of
In the wake of controversial fashion releases alluding to racist motifs, SF State students have expressed their concerns over high-end brands capitalizing on sensitive topics. High-end fashion brands like Gucci
The fashion community is mourning the loss of a fashion icon: Karl Lagerfeld. SF State fashion students are grieving and recognizing the impact of his visions on the industry surrounding
At Broken Mic Night, students are invited to showcase all types of talents in one venue. This event will take place this Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 6 p.m-9 p.m, in
As more people rely on public transportation each year in the Bay Area, BART is considering adding a second Transbay crossing to keep up with its growing ridership. The demand
Black student organizations rallied to condemn the Division of Equity and Community Inclusion’s decision to remove the Black Unity Center’s administrative analyst, Hanna Wodaje, from her position in early February.
Students, professors, activists and those standing in solidarity with the Japanese-American community gathered Feb. 19 for the 40th anniversary of the Bay Area’s first Day of Remembrance, honoring the more
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program and an army of student volunteers are offering students and community members on-campus tax services free of charge. The program is funded by the
The Port of San Francisco partnered with the San Francisco Department of Public Works to create a state-of-the-art fireboat station by 2020, which would be able to withstand a major
The beginning of the semester is a stressful time for students trying to make sure they are in the correct courses and on their way to graduate. One problem that
The “Built Environments” art exhibit debuted Saturday in the Fine Arts Gallery and showcased pieces that represent the worldwide architecture and construction trends. Professional and student artists exhibited their creative
Our independent newspaper has prided itself since 1927 for being a student-run publication, free from the influence of the University and even our own journalism department. Recently, this distinction was
This year’s Black History Month celebrations at SF State will be marred by controversy surrounding the treatment of Black students by administrators as students and faculty insist their voices be
Sports is a conduit between the public and athletes who want to make a positive difference in society for black communities. Black SF State athletes and coaches spoke with Xpress
East Bay community shuts down thoroughfare to celebrate Black culture, history and achievements in second annual festival PHOTOS BY: SHAYLYN MARTOS/Golden Gate Xpress
The Gators’ women’s basketball team lost to No. 2 UC San Diego, 77-55 on SF State’s Senior Day on Saturday, Feb. 23. Four SF State seniors were honored before they
Men’s basketball was dusted in the shootout by UC San Diego, as they lost 87-65 at The Swamp on Saturday, Feb. 23, Senior Day for the basketball program. The Gators’
A variety of performances, cultural workshops and traditional Chinese New Year foods filled the Student Life Event Center on Friday evening as students and faculty celebrated the Year of the
Senior first baseman/outfielder Harley Lopez and junior pitcher Emily Mitchell have been named Gators of the Week for their stellar performances on the road this weekend. Lopez hit two home
The SF State men’s basketball team handily defeated Cal State San Marcos, 87-60, behind career nights from junior forward Jase Wickliffe and senior guard/forward Chiefy Ugbaja on Thursday, Feb. 21.
The women’s basketball team played host to the Cal State San Marcos Cougars Thursday, Feb. 21, coming up short 75-62. The Gators were without head coach Natasha Smith due to
A landslide buried two women at Fort Funston on Feb. 22, leaving one injured and one still unaccounted for as of Monday evening. Witnesses said two women became trapped
Oakland teachers rallied together for a strike Thursday morning, demanding higher wages, smaller classes and increased support for public schools.
The Chinese Flagship program of SF State is welcoming the Year of the Pig on Friday, Feb. 22. An on-campus event to commemorate the new year will be held at
Gator wrestlers grapple for their place on the national stage when they travel to Kearney, Nebraska Saturday, Feb. 23 for the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II Super Region Six
Note: Friday’s matchup verses Chico State has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date. The Gators look to avenge a 2018 sweep when they take on the
The Asian American Studies department hosted a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Third World Liberation Front strike at the Student Life Event Center Tuesday night.
Allies of Palestine presented a list of demands at the Academic Senate meeting Tuesday to echo points made at last week’s protest about the administration’s inclusion of Israeli Independence Day
A resident of the University Park High Rises at 255 Buckingham Way reported witnessing the aftermath of a robbery just before midnight Wednesday.
Third baseman/right-handed pitcher Joshua Romero and first baseman Trevor Rogers have been named Gators of the Week for the week of Feb. 11, the athletic department announced on Monday. In
The SF State women’s basketball team look to finish the season on a strong note this Thursday night at 5:30 p.m. from The Swamp. It will be Purple Out night
The SF State men’s basketball team will host their annual Purple Out game as they take on Cal State San Marcos on Thursday, Feb. 21, at The Swamp. Gator fans
An initial report of a kidnapping and robbery on Feb. 5 alarmed students at SF State, but was later discovered to be grand theft, according to University police. The incident
The Superfest Disability Film Festival is hosting a showcase on Thursday, February 21 at the LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired. This is one of the showcases that the festival
SF State is celebrating the influence and hard work of Filipina faculty in highlighting their own culture and history through literature. The late SF State history professor Dr. Dawn Mabalon
The High Fives Foundation, a non-profit organization that aims to bring awareness to injury prevention while also helping those that suffer from life altering injuries, is coming to campus this