The campus community may soon experience a homogenizing of beverages available at SF State if University Corporation strikes a deal with an official beverage vendor in the coming months.
The partnership for pouring rights, as articulated in a Request For Proposals issued by UCorp, would grant one beverage company
University Corporation released a Request For Proposals April 3 inviting businesses to apply for tenancy in the Cesar Chavez Student Center.
The RFP process will determine which business takes over the lease for current proprietors Frank and Shally Meng, who operate Asia Express on the lower level
Sex, drugs and teenage rebellion collided to set the scene for Hungry Skinny’s first show in a former nun convent in the Haight-Ashbury district. The San Francisco band that has committed to rocking out, partying hard and having a good time since day one continues to serve up classic,
As far back as he can remember Felix Meng has worked alongside his parents at their restaurant, Asia Express, in the lower level of the Cesar Chavez Student Center at SF State. He grew up in the building and recalls starting out as a cashier
New shuttle bus service made available for student commuters to on beginning days of the spring 2015 semester
Associated Students Inc. moved to pump the brakes on a vendor deal between SF State and Panda Express during its board meeting Wednesday with a resolution urging University Corporation to postpone negotiations with the company until Feb. 19.
The board hopes to establish a vendor services
SF State University Corporation may create a new vendor policy and welcome a national restaurant chain to do business on campus in the coming semester.
A recent proposal to offer Panda Express a location on campus prompted UCorp to consider allowing national chains in as vendors.
The University debuted a new tool that will allow students to personalize schedules based on graduation needs and availability in time for priority registration beginning Dec. 5.
Students can insert general education requirements and breaks through the Gator Scheduler feature to better plan around other activities such as work, sports practice
President Obama wielded his authority over Congress today with a plan for immigration reform that has the potential to ease the threat of deportation for millions of undocumented people--and students--living in the country.
Members of congress voiced concern over the president’s executive actions prior to the
The California State University board of trustees ratified a tentative agreement with the California Faculty Association Wednesday, which outlines a three-year contract for faculty members.
Ongoing negotiations between the CSU and the CFA about salary structure and workload have come to a standstill, but the tentative agreement
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600"] Yosimar Reyes, the headlining presenter, shares a personal story with the audience at the IDEAS meeting Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014. Martin Bustamante/Xpress.[/caption]
Given another child’s birth certificate and instructed to lie about his mother’s name, Miguel Castillo was taken by a guide
Associated Students Inc. board of directors rejected a proposition that would authorize university supervision of student governed funds Wednesday, in an effort to maintain control of their accounts.
The proposal would have granted a University official oversight over four accounts belonging to the Cesar Chavez Student
[caption id="attachment_61488" align="alignleft" width="160"] Dr. Hatem Bazian, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley and co-founder of Zaytuna College, speaks at the 7th Annual Edward Said Mural Celebration in the SF State Student Event Center on Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014. Eric Gorman/Xpress.[/caption]
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The accreditation saga of City College of San Francisco embarked on a new chapter yesterday as the trial against the accrediting commission threatening its existence commenced.
Dozens of demonstrators gathered outside the courthouse in support of City College and many made their way upstairs to the
At the sound of three bangs, dozens of bodies dropped to the ground of Malcolm X Plaza as a part of a “Die In” demonstration for people killed by police brutality.
The California Faculty Association reached a tentative agreement over contract negotiations with the California State University system Oct. 15 Though not set in stone, the agreement is a step closer to a finalized contract.
The agreement came shortly after the CFA held a week of action
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600"] Ahkeel Mestayer (front right) participates in an exercise during the "Feminism for Bros" event at J. Paul Leonard Library in San Francisco, Calif. on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014. Henry Perez/Xpress.[/caption]
A discussion-based workshop titled “Feminism For Bros” invited all genders to redefine
SF State faculty marched along the corner of Holloway and 19th Avenue today, marking the 99th day without a new labor contract. Students and other organizations joined the California Faculty Association’s picket line in solidarity.
“Their working conditions are our learning conditions, and visa versa,” said
Drag queens kicked up their heels in celebration of a victory over Facebook’s real-name policy at San Francisco city hall today. The social network promised to adjust protocol after a meeting with LGBT activists yesterday.
Facebook has been under fire for weeks over its real-name policy,
Art and activism collide on Alcatraz Island in Ai Weiwei, a Chinese contemporary artist’s latest exhibition—an exploration of freedom and restraint. Once a confinement for the nation's most notorious criminals, the former penitentiary now houses seven unique installations, all a part of the exhibition.
The list of
California faculty members approach their 100th day without a new labor contract after months of salary and workload disputes with the California State University (CSU) system.
The California Faculty Association (CFA) plans to take action at all 23 of the CSU campuses throughout the week of
A city judge denied community college accreditors exemption from state law last Friday, upholding the Oct. 27th trial that will determine validity of its sanctions against City College of San Francisco (CCSF) .
Both sides called for a summary judgement hearing Sept. 10 and argued the
Revisions to federal education policy changed how SF State addresses incidents of sexual assault beginning this semester, upholding a nationwide push for gender equity in college communities.
Under the policy, incoming students at universities must complete an online training program on the issue of sexual assault.
Associated Students, Inc. board member Sara Padash will now head the student government board following the resignation of former President Kenneth Collins. The board announced the change in presidency Aug. 27, one week after the start of the semester.
“Thank you all for having faith in