12 Dec 2018

Phishing scam compromises dozens of student accounts

Dozens of students were shocked to learn that they were suspended from SF State last week when an email appearing to be from California State University’s chancellor gave them the

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03 Dec 2018

Researcher finds commonalities between Holocaust and Guatemalan genocide narratives

Testimonies about a genocide occurring in Guatemala in the 1960s prioritize empathy, often losing historical context in the process, according to research presented by UC Berkeley Spanish professor Estelle Tarica.

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10 Nov 2018

‘We still have a long way to go,’ say 1968 SF State activists

At a 50th anniversary commemoration of the historic 1968 SF State strike on campus on Nov. 9, former strikers said current students are overburdened by the cost of education and

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09 Nov 2018

Students storm administration building

A crowd of about 50 protesting students crammed into a narrow hall of the fifth floor of the administration building while stomping, singing, chanting, banging on walls and plastering a list

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07 Nov 2018

Strikers’ hopes and dreams remain unfulfilled

In the 50 years since the historic SF State student strike resulted in the country’s first college curriculum dedicated to ethnic studies, the university’s education has become the most progressive

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07 Nov 2018

Newsom election signals opposition to Trump statewide

Democrat Gavin Newsom took an overwhelming win over Republican John Cox in the California’s 2018 gubernatorial election on Nov. 6, further signaling California’s opposition to Donald Trump. Newsom won with

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31 Oct 2018

Before you vote…

Election season is coming up, so here’s what you need to know before election day on Nov. 6. Before You Vote Before thinking about what or who to vote for,

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15 Oct 2018

Japanese internment gardens reveal endurance of the human spirit

For Koji Lau-Ozawa, learning what the word “camp” meant in his grandmother’s stories involved the horrors of incarceration, as well as making the best of terrible circumstances. Lau-Ozawa, an SF

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15 Oct 2018

Dramatic drop in transferring students prompts budget concerns

SF State saw a sharp decline in incoming transfer undergraduate applicants this year, raising concerns over the university’s bottom line. During an Oct. 10 budget committee meeting, Sutee Sujitparapitaya, associate

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10 Oct 2018

SF State cinema students to celebrate the worst and least successful cinema

Bad and failed movies are the focus of the 20th annual Cinema Conference at SF State on Oct. 18 to 19. Headed by the SF State Cinema Graduate Students Association,

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02 Oct 2018

Campus power outages cause chaos for businesses

SF State’s commercial eateries took a hit when power outages occurred during back-to-back weekends last month. Although seemingly insignificant to many on campus, the blackouts on Sept. 8 from noon-2:30

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26 Sep 2018

ASI campaign encourages students to register to vote

Associated Students Inc. urged students to register to vote on Sept. 25, as part of a nationwide campaign for National Voter Registration Day with Rock the Vote. The campaign comes

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20 Sep 2018

Korean Student Association celebrates culture, old and new

The fervor for K-Pop music is well entrenched among Korean Student Association (KSA) members, who gather during the annual culture and customs open house on Sept. 19 to revel in the ever-ubiquitous

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17 Sep 2018

Electric scooters to return to city streets

After a rocky start in San Francisco, electric scooter rentals will soon be back on city streets thanks to a pilot program that’s tentatively granting two companies permission to operate.

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