24 May 2017

From Prison to College

Multimedia package on the experience of adjusting to college after prison

07 Dec 2016

Student homelessness at SF State

Rey Lopez, a 25-year-old Asian American Studies major shares his personal experience with homelessness. Lopez and other community members discuss the current state of homelessness on campus and examine how

25 Sep 2016

Fight to end housing and food insecurity spreads across campus

A new group’s campaign to end housing and food insecurity at SF State has gained momentum in recent weeks thanks to growing support across campus. What began in August as

31 Aug 2016

Court Documents – K. Mignon Hoffman v Board of Trustees of CSU

Complaint for Damages     Answer to First Amended Complaint   Case Management Statement   Notice of Time and Place of Trial   List of breaches provided by Jonathan Morales,

24 Aug 2016

Simplified FAFSA to launch in October

Long lines snaked around the Student Services Building on Monday, Aug. 22 as students anxiously waited to speak with financial aid counselors. “It’s crazy, it gets stacked up here every

20 Jul 2016

SF State students share their experiences with homelessness

A California State University survey released in February reported that roughly 8 percent of students experienced homelessness in 2015. Of the 23 schools surveyed, SF State’s support offerings for housing

01 Oct 2015

Female victim reports sexual battery near Burk Hall

A female victim reported being sexually battered in the lobby of Burk Hall by an unknown male suspect Wednesday night, according to a university email sent out by Title IX

26 Aug 2015

Alleged Virginia shooter graduated from SF State

The Virginia gunman accused of killing a television reporter and cameraman live on the air Wednesday morning at 6:45 a.m. was believed to be an SF State graduate from the broadcasting

26 Aug 2015

SF State student remembered after unexpected death

Transfer student Melanie Susanne Olivieri, a 23-year-old SF State undergraduate with a passion for design, travel and helping others died Aug. 9 at a residential hotel in the Mission District.

26 Aug 2015

SF State welcomes the largest incoming freshmen class in history

[slideshow_deploy id=’66951′] Long lines of students wrapped around Mary Ward Hall during Move-In Day Aug. 20 as SF State’s largest incoming freshman class in the school’s 116-year history readied for the new semester.

12 Aug 2015

SF State student’s death deemed suspicious by police

Police are investigating the death of a 23-year-old SF State student who died at a residential hotel in the Mission District early Sunday morning. Jesse Stanton, the clerk of the medical

28 Jun 2015

Construction begins for new wellness center

Members of the SF State community donned purple hard hats for the Mashouf Wellness Center groundbreaking ceremony June 25. The ceremony was held at the corner of Font and Merced boulevards, where

20 May 2015

Seniors slammed with graduation fees

Kinesiology major Deanna Johnson has saved every cap and gown she has ever worn, but this year the high cost of graduation will leave her collection one short. “It’s ridiculous,

19 May 2015

Undocumented graduates celebrate at first annual Beyond Borders ceremony

[slideshow_deploy id=’66654′] Undocumented students celebrated with their friends and families at the first annual Beyond Borders Graduation held at the SF State Annex May 17. Improving Dreams, Equity, Access and

06 May 2015

System-wide CSU study to survey housing and food services

This month marked the outset of a yearlong study of services conducted by the California State University on all 23 campuses to identify students struggling with housing and food issues. CSU Long

28 Apr 2015

Sol Patch Garden roots itself within student community

Tiny sprouts of kale, spinach, lettuce and chard jutted up through a layer of soil on display at the reopening of SF State’s Sol Patch Garden April 23. Environmentally Concerned Organization

21 Apr 2015

Farm to Fork delivers with local sustainable food

Students and members of the San Francisco community enjoyed a mix of tangy grapefruit wedges and crisp beets folded into a medley of fresh organic greens as one of the sustainable dishes

16 Apr 2015

Technical problems postpone ASI elections

Associated Student, Inc. postponed the 2015 Spring Elections due to technical difficulties with the online voting ballot. ASI announced via email that voting scheduled for last week would instead be

14 Apr 2015

AIDS Awareness Day evokes memory of 1980s epidemic

SF State alumnus and AIDS activist Cleve Jones remembers the University during the 1980s when the AIDS epidemic began. By the Fall of 1985 many members of the community were dead, dying

08 Apr 2015

Student volunteer group to provide aid in Peru

Shadowing doctors, checking vitals and dispensing prescriptions may sound like costly training only available at medical school, but for six SF State students it is the experience they can expect on

18 Mar 2015

Annual conference promotes equality and empowerment for women

A former leader for the Los Angeles chapter of the Black Panthers Party and political prisoner for her involvement with the group shared her experience and wisdom March 14 at

10 Mar 2015

Summer session to expand curriculum and financial aid

Increased class offerings and financial aid options will transform summer session 2015 into a more complete semester, similar to spring and fall, as detailed in the upcoming March 17 schedule. Starting in

05 Mar 2015

State-level graduation rates turns focus on student outcomes

Graduation rates across the country are higher than previously reported according to a new state-level report released Feb. 24. The Signature Report 8 State Supplement, a state-by-state national study on

03 Mar 2015

University to host state-wide conference on sustainability

SF State has been selected to host this summer’s California Higher Education Sustainability Conference, a platform that encourages innovative solutions to sustainability issues throughout colleges across the state. The conference will

25 Feb 2015

Recent measles case prompts vaccination debate

The recent measles case on BART and the multistate outbreak may indicate developing problems with vaccination levels, according to public health officials. Measles cases in the United States reached a

19 Feb 2015

Bay Area commuters still cautionary after no link to first measles case

No new cases have been linked to last week’s BART rider who was the first confirmed case of measles in the Contra Costa County, according to the San Francisco Department

12 Feb 2015

Officials warn commuters after measles outbreak hits Bay Area

The first confirmed case of measles in Contra Costa County Feb. 11 spurred health officials to alert thousands of BART commuters of possible exposure. The county’s health services and the

11 Feb 2015

Alumna’s body acceptance inspiring for Love Your Body Week

In a society captivated with dieting and waist size, one SF State alumna fights back. Virgie Tovar is a self-declared fat activist, body image expert, sexologist and author whose promotion

04 Feb 2015

Student Health Center encourages student input on national survey

This month the Student Health Center will invite students to participate in the largest health survey ever conducted at SF State. Emails directing students to the American College Health Association’s