[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom gives a speech on his new book "Citizenville" in the SF State J. Paul Leonard Library on Thursday, May 9, 2013. Photo by Frank Leal/Xpress"][/caption]
Social media has created a platform for communication unlike one that has ever
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Club Taekwondo at SF State University practice in the mat room of the gym. Pasoon Ahmadzai(right) , a senior at SF State, spares with Master Mike Wong (left) . Photo by Nelson Estrada."][/caption]
The Taekwondo Club at SF State is expecting visitors
The shock of being told you don't have the prerequisites for a crucial class is a feeling many students are familiar with. For Dylan Phillipy, a kinesiology senior, missing prerequisites meant losing his financial aid. Consequently, Phillipy may not be able to attend SF State at
If you’ve never before regretted that 2 a.m. Facebook post about your drunken sexcapades, maybe your next boss can help you.
The social media generation has had to become conscious of what they post, not only to keep relatives from seeing them passed out with doodles on
Suffering a brain injury just before my first year of college was obviously not in my plans.
A month after my high school graduation and less than a month and a half before my first semester at SF State, I suffered a brainstem stroke, which damaged
Maintenance staff responded to a flood in the south wing of the Humanities building caused by a ruptured water pipe Sunday Feb. 19 at around 5:30 p.m., after a student reported the flood to the University Police Department, according to SF State Media Relations Assistant Director Nan
Morgan Shingling knew she had a big problem on her hands when her apartment on the first floor of a two-story building started leaking from the ceiling the Saturday before classes started at SF State.
"It just started with a leak," said Shingling a sophomore sociology
Opportunistic pyromaniacs celebrated Chinese New Year, on the streets of Chinatown Sunday night. Resounded bangs of light, laughter, pervasive metallic-smelling smoke and full-grown adults running to avoid debris from crackers and M-180s were all signs of the celebration.
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[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="400" caption="Castro Valley High School beat Deputy Timothy Vales poses with his wife Michelle at their Brentwood, Calif. home. Officer Vales lives near his in-laws in this quiet residential neighborhood and makes the hour long commute Monday through Friday to San Leandro.
The winter holidays are usually a time to be with family, but college students can often find themselves far from home and must find their own ways to celebrate.
For the Jewish students at SF State, it's a rite of passage to discover what celebrating Hanukkah
Late fall is the time for the fleshy bodies of fungi to find their way to the moist, earthy surface.
This time of year, mushroom specialist and biology teacher JR Blair can be found at McClaren Park with students from SF State collecting hundreds of species of
[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="350" caption="Mary Roach in conversation with Mythbuster's Adam Savage at the San Francisco Public Library. Mary Roach's book "Packing for Mars" recently won the 7th annual One City One Book Title, Nov. 2, 2011. Photo by Andrew Lopez."][/caption]
According to the San Francisco
The duties of the district attorney are to manage the prosecutor’s office, investigate alleged crimes in cooperation with law enforcement and file criminal charges or bring evidence before the Grand Jury. George Gascon is the current district attorney.
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[caption id="" align="alignright" width="512" caption="San Francisco interim mayor Ed Lee and district attorney and mayoral candidate Dennis Herrera use cards to answer a yes/no question during a mayoral forum at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on Thursday, Oct. 6. Photo by Elijah Nouvelage."][/caption]
Mayoral candidates appeared at City College of San Francisco Sept. 28 to discuss key city issues ranging from curtailing crime, fighting poverty and preventing police corruption to finding funding for higher education and affordable housing in the city.
Associate Vice Chancellor of Governmental Relations Leslie Smith,
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="251" caption="According to San Francisco Police Department patrol officers, routine sweeps of the walkway are made hourly across the Golden Gate Bridge to ensure the safety of visiting tourists and to keep an eye out for potential suicide attempts. Photo by Nick
As America prepared to remember the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, one hero in particular was remembered through the art of opera on the eve of Sept. 11.
The world premiere of “Heart of a Soldier” came to life on the
Using environmentally-friendly transportation is becoming a widely-accepted trend, but what happens if being green leads to losing up to thousands of dollars of property?
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="400" caption="A student rides his bike into the SF State Bike Barn located behind the GYM on Aug. 26,