Born during the Depression, Hank Niebolt has been dedicated to music since before the current SF State campus opened its doors.
After graduating in the mid-50s, Niebolt began a career in teaching elementary school in South San Francisco, but always kept close to music.
Now 82 years
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SF State president Robert A. Corrigan had an open forum with the Occupy SFSU group the afternoon of Dec. 1 where he addressed their and his own concerns about the current financial crisis that is facing the country and the schools.
Footage by Brittney Barsotti
Video by Brittney Barsotti
On November 16, 2011, the California State University Board of Trustees voted to raise the student tuition fee by 9% starting Fall 2012. With the 12% increase passed this summer, CSU tuition has gone up 283% since 2002.
The quality of our
Xpress's very own online managing editor Sara Donchey and reporter Brian Balisi hit the campus in search of the best pick-up lines people can come up with.
The gamut of replies are run through by everyone with attempts ranging from cheesy quotes to from-the-heart replies.
Camera by Gil Riego Jr.
Former professional chef and Xpress Arts and Entertainment reporter KC Crowell shows you how to stuff, truss and roast a turkey for Thanksgiving dinner.
Produced by KC Crowell and Scott Graf
Video by Scott Graf and Gil Riego Jr.
With Halloween around the corner, SF State students share their memories of All Hallows Eve with Xpress reporter Michael Huber and Xpress photographer Gregory Moreno.
A wide variety of students from freshman to graduate students fill us in on some wild nights and first loves.
Oakland police in riot gear attempted to disperse protesters gathered at Frank Ogawa Plaza Tuesday night, citing unlawful assembly. During this removal, tensions flared between the Occupy Oakland gathering and police forces.
According to a press release by OPD spokeswoman Cynthia Perkins, "
Tracy Ward's movement class has a very unique midterm. Instead of filling blue books full of theories, Ward's class headed out to the Cesar Chavez building and performed various types of flash mobs, causing mayhem and distractions for passersby to walk into.
Video by Gil Riego
Reporter Katherine Yau and Multimedia Editor Gil Riego Jr. ask students if they would support a faculty strike.
Editors Caitlin Olson and Gil Riego Jr. ask students what they would feel if their parents decided to join an SF State focused PTA for college students.
With every student paying $51 in student fees, Xpress editors Gil Riego Jr. and Godofredo Vasquez venture off into the SF State campus asking people what should the Associated Students Inc. do with our part of their budget.
Golden Gate Xpress' media editor Gil Riego and arts and entertainment editor Scott Graf patrol the SF State campus asking students what they're listening to in their iPods.
Pay close attention: some of their answers might surprise you!
The quest to find parking is often a daunting task for SF State students, and a frequent excuse for being late to class. The shortage of parking at SF State is no secret, and many students know that during the midday rush finding a decent
The ongoing budget crisis has now officially changed the academic landscape of SF State, as the University merges eight colleges into six in an effort to cut costs and hopefully save $2 million annually.
Students in the former College of Humanities and the College of Creative
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Students return to campus for the Fall 2011 semester despite increased tuition and book prices. This week saw an increase in traffic both on the road and at the dorms and usual early-semester stops.
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The SF State theatre arts department kicks off the Fall 2011 semester with the debut of "The Barber of Seville," which premiered Thursday, Aug. 18 and runs until Saturday, Aug. 27.
Jeffrey Bleich, the United States Ambassador to Australia, will be making a 7,416 mile journey from Sydney, Australia to the SF State campus to receive an honorary award and speak at the graduation commencement May 21.
Bleich, a former California State University Trustee and friend of President Barack Obama
The 100th annual Bay to Breakers has come to be known as one of the most unique footraces in the country.
At 7 a.m. athletes and citizens fill the streets of San Francisco to run, jog, walk and drink their way across the seven-mile course that
Runway 2011: Enchantment is an annual event held by SF State's Apparel Design and Merchandising program. Student designers showcased their works, drawing inspirations from the film Black Swan to China's Qin Dynasty. For some students, it was their first time doing a fashion show and
SF State students in the Ballet 3 class continue their classes despite blackouts and poor weather conditions that plagued the manic Monday of April 18.
For more coverage of the SF State blackout and Earthquake that struck Pacifica, follow [X]Press on all our media sites:
TechShop: San Francisco, is the second facility in California that promotes the creativity of the human mind.
"You'll be surprised at how small the creative community is," Terry Sandin, general manager of the San Francisco said. "It's like a clubhouse here, and everyone gets to know
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At approximately 3 p.m. today,
The Australian phenomenon known as Boxwars had it's first indoor event last Friday in Potrero Hill's CELLspace. Founder Mat Kladney called the ensuing mayhem, "Corrugated Chaos" as 40 boxwarriors battled it out, culling the meek with their cardboard arsenal.
The next event is scheduled for the
Jose Camins is a 28-year-old male passing time as a server at the Cheesecake Factory in San Francisco's Union Square. He spends most of his day serving to the whims of "ungreatful customers who don't know how to tip."
While his days are made for serving
You know it's an amazing time when just about everyone can carry around some pissed off birds, an illegal record store, and can access every thought from friends and strangers with the tap or swipe of a handheld screen.
While that may be a miracle to
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On any given day, upwards of 50
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San Francisco conducted its citywide homeless