06 Mar 2013

Israeli Apartheid Week demonstrations draw mixed reactions at SF State

Two walls stood as a blockade to the entrance of Malcolm X Plaza. Students were asked to show their SF State identification before passing through to the Cesar Chavez Student

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13 Feb 2013

Retiree relives tea house history

[caption id=”” align=”alignnone” width=”1024″ caption=”Recently retired facilities manager John Holman reflects about collecting the pieces of the tea house that is located in Humanities Room 117. Holman was also in

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03 Feb 2013

The key to cussing is knowing your audience

It has come to my attention that I have the mouth of a sailor. I’m not sure how it happened. I certainly don’t have any sailor friends and have never

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31 Jan 2013

Health officials stress flu prevention in wake of epidemic

[caption id=”” align=”alignnone” width=”1024″ caption=”SF State international student Xue Zhou, 28, an accounting major from China, gets a flu shot at the Student Health Center on campus last Friday, Jan.

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05 Dec 2012

Norman Yee named District 7 supervisor after close race

Counting ballots took longer than usual in the race for District 7 supervisor, but Norman Yee, president of the San Francisco Board of Education, snagged the open seat left by

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15 Nov 2012

Students rally against consolidation of CCSF diversity departments

[caption id=”” align=”alignnone” width=”640″ caption=”Groups of activists and students gathered at City College of San Francisco's Ram Plaza to protest against the consolidation of the ethnic, gender and cultural diversity

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14 Nov 2012

CSU Board of Trustees delays proposed fee votes

[caption id=”” align=”alignright” width=”230″ caption=”Business marketing major Vanessa Correa, 22, has been at SF State four and a half years. Though a senior, she might not get courses she needs.

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30 Oct 2012

Prop. 30 to give students helping hand with tuition woes

The life of a student isn’t what it used to be. With overcrowded classrooms, limited financial aid and increased tuition costs, higher education in California is barely staying afloat. It’s

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22 Oct 2012

Hackathon community uses brainpower to create apps that improve public transportation

[caption id=”” align=”alignnone” width=”640″ caption=”Antonio Bustamante, a participate of the Hackathon at The Hattery this past weekend, Oct. 19 to 21, 2012, works on designing and building a more accurate

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17 Oct 2012

San Francisco to consider banning public nudity

[caption id=”” align=”alignnone” width=”640″ caption=”Pedestrians stop and take photos of the participants of the NUDE IN event near Castro Street Plaza on Sept. 24, 2011. Photo by Hang Cheng /

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09 Oct 2012

Prop. 36 would revise current three-strikes law

California’s conservative stance on crime and punishment could become a bit more liberal — if only a bit — as Proposition 36 aims to change the long-standing three-strikes law this

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08 Oct 2012

PHOTOS, VIDEO: Castro Street Fair enlivens neighborhood's rich history

[caption id=”” align=”alignright” width=”256″ caption=”Matthew Wiegand, center, teases his friend, Michael Tempesta, left, who is dancing at QBAR. Also dancing is Beau Vigil, right, at the 38th annual Castro Street

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03 Oct 2012

San Francisco residents could switch to renewable energy options to power their homes

An initiative that was almost a decade in the making will finally find its way into the homes of San Francisco residents in mid-2013. CleanPowerSF, a program that encourages citizen

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02 Oct 2012

First case of West Nile virus in 7 years reported in San Francisco

A San Francisco man has been infected with the West Nile virus, marking the city’s first case in seven years. The man was likely infected by a mosquito in the

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28 Sep 2012

District 7 supervisor candidates debate Prop. A, Parkmerced redevelopment, pedestrian safety

In a room scattered with candidate supporters and a handful of students, the five candidates for District 7 Supervisor gathered at SF State to discuss a series of student and

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24 Sep 2012

PHOTOS, VIDEO: Folsom Street Fair unleashes San Francisco's wild side

[caption id=”” align=”alignright” width=”257″ caption=”More than 400,000 people attended the 29th Folsom Street Fair leather event that took place Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012 across 13 blocks of downtown San Francisco.

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10 Sep 2012

California may be first state to ban gay conversion therapy for LGBT youth

[caption id=”” align=”alignnone” width=”640″ caption=”Juan Guzman (with laptop), director of the Queer Alliance at SF State, hangs out with other members of the campus group Sept. 10, 2012. Queer Alliance

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04 Sep 2012

Queer Asian Pacific Islander community shares stories at new GLBT History Museum exhibit

[caption id=”” align=”alignright” width=”229″ caption=”Amy Sueyoshi, associate dean of the College of Ethnic Studies, is the curator for a new exhibit at the GLBT History Museum. Sueyoshi believes "people don't

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