After a 25-year career with the U.S. Park Police that included stints as a detective, a narcotics enforcement officer and a DARE officer, SF State’s new Chief of Police Jason Wu said he still considers himself a student.
“One of my philosophies in life is that
After a yearlong search, SF State has appointed Jason Wu to head the University Police Department, according to a statement released Friday.
“Wu demonstrated himself to be a strong, strategic leader and creative problem solver with a clear student development focus,” the statement said.
The new police chief
Amid ongoing tensions at SF State surrounding Jewish and Palestinian relations, a petition questioning the University’s partnership with a Palestinian university has garnered nearly 1,300 signatures since Wednesday.
The partnership with An-Najah National University, in the form of a memorandum of understanding – a document that
A former SF State information security officer claimed in a lawsuit that she was fired in a University attempt to sweep “under the rug” a 2014 hack involving a significant student records breach including financial records and password reset functions.
“We’ve had minor cases,” former employee
Advice from 2016 SF State graduates:
Dahn Quang Nguyen: double major in decision sciences and information systems
To be bold and ask questions. To speak as much as to listen. But listen with empathy and seek to understand others beyond their barriers. To help others is
SF State administrators are in the early stages of plans to improve support for homeless and food insecure students.
Over the past year, administration has worked with the Associated Students Inc. on improving food support, and now will focus on centralizing resources for students, said Dean
The aromas of perfume and barbeque sauce mingled in the breezy McCovey Cove air as graduates, their friends and their family filtered into sunny AT&T Park for the 2016 SF State Commencement on Friday.
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One hospitalization and 10 days later, the SF State administration and hunger strikers have come to an agreement and called an end to the strike.
“It’s disappointing that it took a hunger strike and that it took 10 days into a hunger strike to get it
Shannon Abac's biomorphic ceramic sculptures, dripping in glossy color, mingle with nearby woven textiles by Kimberly Arteche, depicting deliberate, close crops of pixelated photographs in muted, warm tones. Leah Virsik's suspended forest of deconstructed denim jeans, imposing and comforting, hang in a giant, perfect cube near Nash Bellows'
The fight to create the College of Ethnic Studies redefined SF State's core values and identity. The college was the first of its kind in the US and the strike that led to it remains the longest campus strike in U.S. history. Timeline information from
In a display of childlike ignorance, North Carolina State Rep. Ken Goodman muddled the concepts of gender identity and sexual orientation during an interview with NPR Tuesday morning.
The segment centered on Goodman’s support of the recently passed HB2, or “bathroom bill,” which requires people to
Flanked by "Where's White?" posters, students gathered onstage in Malcolm X Plaza Tuesday to confront CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White, who cancelled his visit to SF State without explanation. White was to address the financial issues surrounding the College of Ethnic Studies.
“Today, Chancellor White was
LGBTQ-affirming environments are ineffective in protecting bisexual students from already higher rates of alcohol abuse, according to a new study from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.
Researchers found that while binge drinking by their heterosexual and homosexual peers decreased as school support for
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Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders moved to block President Barack Obama’s nominee for the head of the Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday, criticizing his cozy relationship with the pharmaceutical industry, according to Reuters.
The FDA’s current leadership faced similar criticisms last year after