Additional reporting done by Steve Calderon
As the Municipal Transit Agency service improvements rolled out across the city Saturday, SF State sophomore Andrea Rios said she waited nearly half an hour at the intersection of 19th and Holloway avenues for the 28 bus to arrive.
The changes are part of Muni
When SF State alumnus Daniel "Moe" Thomas and his roommate Davis Letona walked into a room, friends said they brought a sense of tenderness and intellect with them. Those who knew them remember them for their creativity, intelligence, and immense love for other people.
An incident of indecent exposure at University Park North Wednesday was reported to the University Police Department, according to an SF State email alert. The indecent exposure is the second of two reported on off-campus housing to the University Police Department within two days.
SF State introduced intrauterine devices as a birth control option offered to female students on Jan. 5, making spring 2015 the first semester the service is available.
Student Health Services is equipped to insert the thumb-sized devices, brand named Mirena, which prevent pregnancy with a 99 percent effectiveness for up to five
Amidst civil war in the African country of Angola, Patricia Thornton partnered with native refugees and warriors in their fight for independence in the 1970s. Thornton’s commitment to the cause touched the hearts of those in the community, leading them to bestow her the name "Chinosole," meaning "That
When an award-winning Bay Area filmmaker heard that a fellow graduate student's father had developed a brain tumor after years of cellphone use, he asked himself if there could be a relationship between the two.
“I was curious to answer that question,” said Kevin Kunze, the
In observance of World AIDS Day, SF State student groups rolled out a series of events on campus Monday to commemorate the lives lost to the disease and educate students.
The 2014 theme, Focus, Partner, Achieve: An AIDS-free generation marked the event's 26th run.
“The diagnosis of
At three years old, Mitch Hymowitz told his parents that his penis was growing and that he couldn’t wait to get older and be a man. His parents fired back by reminding him that he was born a girl.
“My whole life has just been conformity,”
As the holiday season fast approaches, any student working in retail knows the perils of trying to keep up with the pace of customer and managerial demands. Some say the job is easy, people working these jobs know better.
However, working in retail instills important values
[caption id="attachment_61582" align="alignleft" width="500"] John Fechter, a holistic health intern draws at the art station in Jack Adams Hall at the Future of Healthcare Conference 2014 sponsored by the holistic health department at SF State Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014. Emma Chiang/Special to Xpress.[/caption]
After she was
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600"] The Gator mascot front performs at the end of the Clothesline Project at SF State Monday, Oct. 27. Henry Perez/Xpress.[/caption]
T-shirts painted with messages of empowerment swayed on clotheslines adorning Malcolm X Plaza yesterday in honor of domestic violence victims.
The event comes
Students and faculty were given the opportunity to voice their opinion on SF State’s drafted strategic plan for the future by scribbling their ideas on whiteboards yesterday in the Gymnasium.
The Academic Senate and the Strategic Planning Coordinating Committee hosted Make Your Mark, a public forum
The Daly City Council approved, in a 4-1 vote, an initial amendment to its existing law Oct.13 allowing police to cite party hosts up to $2,500 where underage drinking is present, setting clear amounts for violations.
The fine for the first citation is $1,500, increasing to
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600" class="size-thumbnail"] Cephus Johnson, SF State alumni and the founder of the Oscar Grant Foundation speaks to students about his nephew's death and about student activism against police brutality and police shootings at the J. Paul Leonard Library at SF State, Wednesday,
Funding for a new performing arts center will be redirected to construct a $86 million recreation and wellness center, which was recently named after the donor who contributed the largest individual primary gift to the University.
Associated Students Inc. confirmed Oct.1 that the school’s future Recreation
SF State President Leslie E. Wong signed a letter of intent to build a partnership between a Chinese university and the College of Business Sept. 24, marking another presidential visit this year to create partnerships with foreign institutions.
“This is the beginning of developing a new partnership
After having her blood donation rejected, registered nurse and champion volunteer Jennifer Slepin knew something was wrong. Slepin had previously contracted hepatitis C, a virus that attacks the liver and took her brother’s life in 2008.
"I've always held in the back of my mind that
The General Union of Palestine Students paid tribute to victims of the 1982 Sabra and the Shatila massacre, an act they hold Israel responsible for, as Israeli student groups stood steps away on campus Tuesday.
“We’re here to commemorate the loss of life,” said GUPS President
Peer Educators Advocating Campus Health (PEACH) encouraged women to care for their bodies with more than 1,000 groups nationwide Wednesday at SF State for the annual Women’s Health and Fitness Day.
The celebration marked the first PEACH event of the semester, with the added participation of
At three years old, Shayle Matsuda’s fight with cancer sparked an interest in science. As a biology graduate student at SF State with a 4.0 GPA, he is now an awardee of the 2014 California State University (CSU) Trustees' Award for outstanding grades and community
A study by an associate professor of psychology recently affirmed a link between individuals with schizophrenia and motivation deficiency, yet proposed that patients could still accomplish meaningful goals by breaking apart large tasks.
“The reason why we are interested in this is because it affects a