Like all students, Stephen Guillermo wanted a break from studying before finals week, where he could just focus on having fun.
After a night of drinking with his friends, he walked into his apartment complex, but onto the wrong floor. Then he walked into the home
Welcome to the United States, home of beer, cheeseburgers, free speech and lots of guns. We also have an entire system of laws that protects our right to enjoy all four of these things.
Our founding fathers believed that a citizen’s right to bear arms was
Hello my future rulers of the world, and Happy Monday.
My name is Andrew Cullen. I am the editor-in-chief over at Xpress. Today, I bring you what is to be the first of many articles of “News You Should Know,” a weekly news round-up for college
I’m going to assume you know about the crisis in Ukraine, but I’m going to assume you don’t really know what is going on. Let's face it, no one really does. In an attempt to better understand this whole debacle myself, here is the short version
Think back to that moment you chose to come to SF State. You knew you wanted to go to college but the process of picking the right one depends on many factors. Maybe you came because you’re a local and it was the obvious choice
An FBI agent removes bags of what seems to be evidence after raiding the Ghee Kung Tong temple and Chinese Freemasons building in Chinatown on Wednesday, March 26 following the arrest of Senator Leland Yee earlier this morning. Photo by Jessica Christian / Xpress
Ahmina J. talks with two attendees holding up Palestinian flags at a rally to celebrate the Palestinian Cultural Mural: Honoring Dr. Edward Said on the Cesar Chavez Student Center. The first part of the rally was held at Malcolm X Plaza after which a
SF State President Leslie Wong talks with Xpress staff about his decision not to arm University police officers with Tasers Monday, Feb. 10. Photo by Jessica Christian / Xpress
In an exclusive meeting with Xpress, SF State President Leslie E. Wong said that he has
In the last few years our country has slid further into a state of distress, where some of the most devastating violence is being carried out by civilians and war is being waged by government entities.
The country feared Christopher Dorner, mourned the death of Boston
The Science Building has been closed due to the discovery of potential environmental hazards that were found during a routine environmental health evaluation earlier this week.
UPDATE: Environmental hazards are confirmed to be traces of mercury.
The University closed the rooms this week to conduct further testing
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Patricia Martinez (left) and Julia Hernandez (right) address the crowd as students protest the use of Tasers on Malcolm X Plaza Friday, Nov. 22, 2013. Photo by / Benjamin Kamps[/caption]
The escalation of the Taser debate resulted in a rally in Malcolm
Live streaming by Jasmin Taylor
A group of more than 50 students organized in Malcolm X Plaza, Thursday night, to speak out against the proposition of SF State University Police Department (UPD) carrying Tasers.
Students organized the event, but the audience was also comprised of ASI representatives
The Palestinian national anthem echoed through Jack Adams Hall last Thursday, as SF State hosted its sixth annual celebration of the campus’s mural honoring the late Edward Said, one of the most influential voices for the Palestinian struggle, and a strong advocator for peace
Drawn by Kirstie Haruta
Many associate my generation with its strong love of technology and apparent inability to pull itself away from a flashing screen. This is a misconception though. My generation does have an obsession, but it's not with the screens themselves — it's what's on
SF State President Leslie E. Wong led a campus safety discussion in Jack Adams Hall Thursday, where he was hit with a barrage of student concerns about the University Police Department’s proposed use of Tasers.
The campus safety talk was intended to cover a wide range
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1600"] SF State President Leslie E. Wong speaks to a group of students during a discussion about campus safety in Jack Adams Hall on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013. President Wong used the open forum to answer questions regarding the proposed use of
UPDATE: Today Covered California approved SF State's Student Health Center to become a licensed Affordable Care Act enrollment entity, according to SF State's lead health coordinator, Aimée Williams.
"Now we have to find out the info and see what comes next," Williams said. "How do we get trained
“The great tragedy of this century,” is the Syrian Civil War, according to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, António Guterres. He is not referring to the 110,000 and rising casualties, but the scale of humanitarian devastation both in Syria and in the surrounding region.
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1600"] Professor Eran Kaplan, of the Jewish Studies department, speaks at the forum for World Affairs on Wednesday Sept 11, 2013. Photo by Kate O'Neal / Xpress[/caption]
The United Nations announced Monday, that the Human Rights Commission will be investigating the 14 chemical
University housing officials increased security this semester adding a 24-hour door monitor to check all individuals prior to entering residence halls at SF State.
The previous policies set by Residential Life required residence halls' receptionists to check keys and IDs after 10 p.m. only, which went
Open forum on post 9/11 and current Syria
By Andrew Cullen
Today, SF State will host the 12th Annual Jules Tygiel Memorial Forum on Post 9/11 World Affairs, a continuing forum that brings together SF State professors to discuss issues like U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.