Associated Students Inc. approved a new Memorandum of Understanding Dec. 3 that would maintain supervision of its executive director to the board of directors.
The new MOU, an agreement made between the University and ASI, outlined changes to the original version presented on Nov. 6, which shifted
A divided Associated Students Inc. board of directors confirmed Wednesday a letter of appointment for an interim executive director of the Enhanced Auxiliary, increasing administrative oversight of student government.
The confirmation of Aimee Barnes, assistant director of program and services, during its weekly meeting split the
The University of California president’s proposal to increase tuition by 5 percent over the next five years, which is scheduled for a Nov. 19 vote, has drawn opposition from students and concern within the California State University system.
The proposal, announced Nov. 6, would result in
The California State Student Association seeks to push a yearly $4 fee for increased student representation in state affairs, which would take effect Fall 2015 if passed by the CSU Board of Trustees next month.
The Student Involvement and Representation Fee, sponsored by the CSSA, is
As the Oct. 20 deadline to register for the general election approaches, SF State officials and students are focusing on campus political engagement.
In an effort to get students involved in this year's Nov. 4 election, the University launched a summer partnership with TurboVote, an online
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="640"][media-credit name="Martin Bustamante / Xpress" align="alignnone" width="640"][/media-credit] Mourners and observers gathered in Malcolm X Plaza for slain SF State student Mark Madden at candlelight vigil Wednesday, Oct. 8., 2014.[/caption]A crowd of nearly a hundred gathered at Malcolm X Plaza Wednesday evening to
Another elected official of Associated Students Inc. Board of Directors cited personal reasons when she stepped down last week from her position as vice president of university affairs, marking the third resignation since the start of the semester.
Virginia McBride, former vice president of university affairs,
Today is the last day that Associated Students Inc. (ASI) will hold elections for students to approve the merger between the student government and the Cesar Chavez Student Center (CCSC).
While ASI and the Student Center Governing Board have already voted unanimously to approve the merger,
Associated Students Inc. (ASI) vice president of finance resigned Sept. 17, the second resignation of a student government official since the beginning of the semester.
Ramon Gonzalez, who was elected vice president of finance in May, resigned from ASI’s board of directors due to “personal reasons,”
Student organizations that apply for funds from Associated Students Inc. (ASI) this year for the second time will receive $500 less in funds to allocate resources for new student groups.
As part of the 2014-2015 ASI Budget, Vice President of Finance Ramon Gonzalez announced Sept. 6
Immediately following the resignation of the elected Associated Students Inc. (ASI) president, fellow board members expressed their support of Vice President of Internal Affairs Sara Padash stepping in for the job.
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="640"] Sarah Padash, ASI President, poses outside the Malcolm X Plaza on
The commute to SF State became more expensive today, with the price for a single ride on Muni increasing to $2.25. The surge in cost follows the introduction of a $1 increase on daily parking passes on campus July 1.
“I don’t like it,” said SF
President Leslie E. Wong surprised the SF State community Monday with the introduction of a refined mascot, contradicting earlier plans to retire the Gator altogether.
“I’m proud to proclaim that the Gator lives,” announced Wong at Jack Adams Hall, where students Jazmine Williams and Udon Osakue
The closure of a Bay Area based escort service website in late June and the arrest of its alleged owners has reignited the debate between sex workers and law enforcement over the criminalization of prostitution.
The FBI and the IRS shut down MyRedBook.com, a website offering