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Additional reporting by Ian Sumner Tensions are rising between pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian supporters on campus, as both groups speak out against the unsettling climate they feel the University administration has created. President Leslie E. Wong’s rocky history with the local Jewish community, including the two attempts to

Trump signed a controversial bill to repeal protections that would have stopped internet service provider companies from collecting and selling online activity. Though proponents say the repeal of this regulation will level the playing field between websites and internet service providers, privacy advocates warn it sets

[caption id="attachment_76171" align="alignright" width="410"] [media-credit name="Laila Rashada" align="alignright" width="410"][/media-credit] Ernesto Agular (far-right) from Sacramento attended the protest for President Trump supporters in Berkeley, Calif on March 4, 2017 (Xpress/Laila Rashada)[/caption] Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated Jesse had engaged in black bloc tactics since

[caption id="attachment_75691" align="alignleft" width="331"] [media-credit name="Mason Rockfellow" align="alignleft" width="331"][/media-credit] Supporters hold up signs on the steps of City Hall at an immigrants' right rally on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. (Mason Rockfellow/Xpress)[/caption] Immigrants, lawyers and community members squeezed into the Budget and Finance Committee meeting in substantial numbers

[caption id="attachment_75645" align="alignleft" width="425"] [media-credit id=491 align="alignleft" width="425"][/media-credit] City college faculty members hold up signs at City Hall during Jane Kim’s press conference to announce her free City College proposal on April 19, 2016 in San Francisco, Calif. (Audrey Garces/Xpress)[/caption] The City College of San Francisco Board

Countrywide protests broke out Saturday following Trump’s signing of the order that temporarily bans Syrian refugees and citizens of seven other predominantly Muslim countries. On the same day, SF State student Amran Alsiday received a phone call. Alsiday was told by family that his inlaw, Esa AlWasli,