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SF State student shot and killed in East Palo Alto

October 4, 2014 News

An SF State student was shot and killed in East Palo Alto Friday evening. Police found Mark Madden, 20, dead from gunshot wounds when they responded to a shooting at 5:08 p.m. on the 1100 block of Laurel Avenue, according to various news reports. His father, Marquis Madden, confirmed the death on Facebook early Saturday ...

Wong does not regret $3.8 million Science Building shutdown

September 23, 2014 News

The University spent $3.83 million on the temporary closure, remediation and reopening of the Science Building after the discovery of environmental hazards in the facility late last year, according to an SF State official. An estimated $1.3 million in funding for the rehabilitation of the Science Building came from a project the University found “no ...

UPDATED: President Wong partners with Mexican university

August 29, 2014 News

UPDATED: President Leslie E. Wong signed SF State into its first partnership with a Mexican university Aug. 29 at their campus in Tijuana, opening doors for an exchange of students, faculty and research between the institutions. “At San Francisco we’ve been looking to Asia and to Europe, and interestingly enough we had no partners in Mexico,” ...

Man who allegedly shot SF State student released

May 7, 2014 News

A San Francisco resident booked on suspicion of the homicide of an SF State student was released from jail Tuesday, according to the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department. The door handle of the apartment where Stephen Guillermo was shot and killed Saturday, May 3. Photo by Jessica Christian / Xpress Amisi Sudi Kachepa, 68, surrendered to ...

SF State student shot to death in SOMA

May 5, 2014 News

An intoxicated SF State student was shot and killed early Saturday morning when he entered a third-floor unit, two floors beneath his apartment at Mission and Fifth Streets, according to the San Francisco Police Department. SFPD discovered Stephen Guillermo, who was scheduled to graduate at the end of this semester with a degree in international ...

Hunky Jesus Competition hits Golden Gate Park for 35th annual celebration

April 22, 2014

[HTML1] Their fondness for pot was all the 4/20 revelers perched atop Hippie Hill shared with those at the other side of Golden Gate Park on Sunday, where men dressed as nuns and Jesus attended the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence’s 35th annual Easter celebration. ‘Authentic Jesus,’ a contender in the 2014 Hunky Jesus Contest, poses ...

UPDATE: Parts of Science Building scheduled to re-open in two weeks

April 16, 2014 News

SF State officials are scheduling staggered times for faculty and staff to enter the Science Building April 28, according to Ron Cortez, vice president and chief financial officer of administration and finance. With one month left in the semester, some faculty will again have access to their labs while others will remain relocated in pop-up ...

Update: faculty and staff will get scheduled times to enter Science Building

February 1, 2014 News

SF State faculty and staff with offices and laboratories in the Science Building are to be scheduled a time to enter the premises for the retrieval of items. They must be accompanied by Belfor Property Restoration personnel and have a photo I.D. matching their name on a daily inspection list in order to enter the building, according to documents ...

SF State professor selected as a candidate for Mars One in 2024

January 29, 2014 News

Jan Millsapps, a cinema professor at SF State, is one of 1,058 candidates chosen by the spaceflight project Mars One to take a one-way trip to Mars in 2024. Photo by Rachel Aston / Xpress The spaceflight project Mars One selected an SF State cinema professor as an eligible candidate for a one-way trip to ...