02 May 2018

To infinity and beyond 10 years: C Lo’s Movie Reviews

It’s all come down to this. 10 years in the making, from 2008’s “Iron Man” all the way up to this February’s “Black Panther” — that’s almost half of my

28 Mar 2018

C Lo’s Movie Reviews: He-e-e-e-re’s Spielberg!

I spent much of my childhood entertained by pop culture’s endless commodities. They made me happy — being introduced to the worlds of Pokemon, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Super Mario

15 Mar 2018

C Lo’s Movie Reviews: Can’t iron out these wrinkles

What do “The Lord of the Rings,” “Harry Potter,” “The Godfather,” “Charlotte’s Web” and “Fight Club” have in common? They are all content that originally came from books that were

28 Feb 2018

C Lo’s Movie Reviews: Who knew self-destruction could be so beautiful?

I’ve been to the depths of my mind to try and feel safer but all I eerily get is uneasy and scared. What could I do to help myself and

21 Feb 2018

Wakanda’s hero mauls his way to the top of Marvel Studios’ portfolio

Home is a place that you want to protect; it’s a place that you want to see thrive. If your resources in your locality can help other lands thrive, would

11 Nov 2017

‘Thor’ manages without Mjolnir

Four years after the not so well-received “Thor: The Dark World,” “Thor: Ragnarok” looks to move the God of Thunder’s franchise to a more fun, hilarious and exciting environment of

03 Nov 2017

Gators’ season comes to a close in CCAA semifinals

San Francisco State men’s soccer closed their historic season today at 11 a.m. in the semifinals with a 0-3 loss against Cal Poly Pomona. The last time the Gators were

01 Nov 2017

Top 5 hidden Netflix horror movies

Halloween is approaching, which means certain spooky traditions that people hold dear are beginning. One of those traditions include screenings for horror movies. Ghosts, monsters and evil things run amok

31 Oct 2017

Gators chomp their way to playoffs

San Francisco State won their last game of the regular season on Saturday, celebrating Senior Day, to pull their way into the playoff season for the first time since 1978.

25 Oct 2017

Men’s soccer crushes the competition in historic win

SF State men’s soccer won their second to last home game by a landslide and historical 7-1 victory over the Humboldt State University Jacks. After the Gators won one of

22 Oct 2017

Men’s soccer advances two slots before conference playoffs

The San Francisco State University men’s soccer team won its fourth home game against Cal State San Bernardino, shooting up two spots on the California Collegiate Athletic Association standings. With

09 Oct 2017

Tubbs Fire leaves hundreds without homes

The Tubbs Fire consumed 25,000 to 30,000 acres of Santa Rosa land, forcing many people to evacuate their residences, according to a tweet from the Santa Rosa Fire Department. The

09 Oct 2017

Sci-fi noir and grittiness makes for one hell of a film

35 years after its original, the Blade Runner sequel has become a reality for many film fans, and, fortunately, the director and his crew will be remembered and studied for

03 Oct 2017

Drugs, weapons, and the Medellin Cartel concoct in Tom Cruise’s new film

In director Doug Liman’s new film, a pilot, played by Tom Cruise, takes the audience on a larger-than-life CIA operation that turns into one of the best made and most

01 Oct 2017

Men’s soccer sweeps weekend home games

Coming off of their 2-1 win against California State University, East Bay, men’s soccer added another win to their record against CSU, Monterey Bay on Sunday, Oct. 1 at Cox

29 Sep 2017

Third time’s the charm in the men’s conference games

After their first two conference games ended in disappointment, the third saw the men’s soccer team win in a tight 2-1 match against California State University, East Bay at Cox

25 Sep 2017

The Kingsman agents kick back to theaters with a sequel

After a good two years since the original, the new “Kingsman” sequel hits the big screen, but shooting too close to the sun causes its ambitious ideas to be burned

18 Sep 2017

Director Darren Aronofsky creates pretentious yet visionary film

Acclaimed director Darren Aronofsky presented this weekend what was, perhaps, his most experimental film, and it is one of the most menacing and cringe-worthy movies of the last decade –

17 Sep 2017

Women’s soccer claims victory over Holy Names to continue streak

SF State’s women’s soccer team played in a physical 1-0 victory over Holy Names University Hawks on Saturday, Sept. 16. The Hawks started out with possession of the ball, but

13 Sep 2017

Students team up with Coaching Corps for volunteering

SF State students are working once again with the non-profit Coaching Corps to help kids in disadvantaged communities play the sports they have always wanted to play. Coaching Corps’s mission

05 Sep 2017

Men’s soccer team wins first home game with shutout

The SF State University men’s soccer team defeated the Dominican University of California’s team today, scoring two goals in the first half and making the final score 2-0. In the

21 Aug 2017

SF fog hinders eclipse viewing

As students and faculty looked toward the sky this morning with every intention of seeing the first solar eclipse of the century, they were met with a different view– or