San Francisco police arrested an SF State alumnus Oct. 8 on suspicion of possession of child pornography and the use of hidden cameras, SFGate reported.
Police charged Duane Ackerman with several counts of felonies and misdemeanors which include possession and distribution of over 600 images of child
In their senior year of high school, Randy Tovar and his friend Simon Orlovsky had the idea to set up a chair in a parking lot and cut random people's hair.
“We didn’t do that, 'cause I thought that was dumb,” Tovar said. “No one’s ever gonna want a
SF State students will see changes to their Muni routes beginning Sept. 26 as part of a citywide Muni improvement program, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority announced Aug. 28.
The changes are part of SFMTA’s Muni Forward campaign, an effort to update the transit system to make it "better, safer
An SF State student who was shot at a Chris Brown show in San Jose in January filed a lawsuit against both the singer and the night club Aug. 27, the Mercury News reported.
Paul Briley, 22, was one of five people wounded during Brown's Jan. 10 concert at The Fiesta Nightclub
Two new sections of Finance 350 opened up Aug. 27, following a petition by business students who were crashing classes in an attempt to add the course.
Finance 350, or business finance, is an upper division core requirement for all business majors. Without it, students are unable to