30 Apr 2019

Standoff ends after police tackle suspect

A man found to be in possession of a stolen vehicle is taken away on a stretcher after being tackled by police on Tapia Drive near the SF State Humanities

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12 Mar 2019

Administrators opt to repurpose funds despite law

SF State administrators opted to divert money the state legislature earmarked last year for increasing tenure-track faculty density to instead bump up course offerings, despite concerns raised by the California

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21 Feb 2019

Student witnesses aftermath of alleged robbery from University Park North High Rise

A resident of the University Park High Rises at 255 Buckingham Way reported witnessing the aftermath of a robbery just before midnight Wednesday.

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12 Feb 2019

Academic Senate to vote on finals week requirements

The Academic Senate proposed a new draft to the university’s Academic Calendar Policy in their Feb. 5 meeting that would ameliorate some of the concerns of California Faculty Association representatives

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05 Feb 2019

Faculty union contests Academic Senate’s finals schedule policy

The California Faculty Association, a union that represents instructors at SF State, is fighting an Academic Senate policy that went into effect this fall on the grounds that it changes

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02 Feb 2019

Monday vigil atop Cesar Chavez building planned for SF State junior killed in hit-and-run

Family and friends will meet before sundown on the stairs above the Cesar Chavez Student Center Monday to remember Angelina Pinedo, a 21-year-old SF State student who was killed in a hit-and-run in Redondo Beach Jan. 26.

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18 Dec 2018

UPDATED: Finals schedule change stirs anxiety, professors ignore rule

UPDATE:  In the wake of this report, two representatives of SF State’s chapter of the California Faculty Association said the university failed to square the revised Academic Calendar Policy with

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12 Dec 2018

SF Hillel celebrates Hanukkah

About a dozen students in the Malcolm X Plaza huddled around a large menorah, designed in the likeness of the Bay Bridge, to block the chill December wind as members

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15 Nov 2018

Political Science Department election watch party draws a diverse crowd

Students and professors crowded into Humanities Room 304 Tuesday night to celebrate what many in the department consider a holiday, as midterm election returns trickled in on a large-screen TV

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15 Nov 2018

Voters reject rent control

Californians overwhelmingly rejected a state ballot measure using the tagline “Because the rent is too damn high!” that would have enabled local governments to impose rent control on their own

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07 Nov 2018

Feinstein wins fifth term as U.S. senator

Democratic incumbent U.S. Sen. Diane Feinstein fended off a challenge from fellow-Democrat and state Senator Kevin De Leon in Tuesday’s midterm elections, winning her fifth term representing California in the

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07 Nov 2018

Election watch party offers political science students expert commentary

Students and professors crowded into Humanities room 304 on election night to celebrate what many in the department consider a holiday, as midterm returns trickled in on a large-screen TV

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01 Nov 2018

Know your state ballot measures

So you’re sitting down to fill out your absentee ballot, or you’re dashing off to your polling place before class to make your voice heard, and suddenly you’re encountered with

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01 Nov 2018

Rent control measure creates battleground

One of the most hotly contested state propositions on the ballot in this November’s election is the Affordable Housing Act, or Proposition 10, which seeks to allow local governments to

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16 Oct 2018

Shoestring budget stymies shuttle service

SF State’s Daly City BART Express Shuttles ferry students from BART to campus and back every ten to 15 minutes, five days a week, or it’s supposed to, anyway. During

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10 Oct 2018

SF State celebrates National Coming Out Day

SF State’s Queer and Trans Resource Center will host festivities in honor of the 30th annual National Coming Out Day from noon to 9 p.m., Oct. 11, at Malcom X

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10 Sep 2018

UPD to offer active shooter response protocol training for Safety Week

The University Police Department will offer training sessions next week on how to respond to an active shooter on campus as part of SF State’s Campus Safety Week, put on

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