CFA approves salary increase

May 3, 2016 News

The California Faculty Association announced the tentative approval of a 5 percent salary increase starting June 30, a 2 percent increase on July 1 of this year and a 3.5 percent increase starting July 1 of next year will go in front of the board of trustees during its meetings on May 24-25. A little ...

Bonita Tindle breaks silence about viral dreadlocks video

April 16, 2016 News 170 Comments

Bonita Tindle spoke out on her Facebook page for the first time since the video of a confrontation between her and a white student with dreadlocks, Cory Goldstein, went viral March 28. Tindle talked about how her life has changed significantly over the past few weeks regarding the contents of this video. She stated in ...

Global hot spot expands to SF State

March 1, 2016 News

SF State added a new wireless system to campus Monday that will work alongside the existing Wi-Fi to allow guests from participating schools to easily access the Internet for free. The system, eduroam, boosts access to the Internet throughout campus and works on other participating campuses to ensure an easy connection for both staff, students and researchers traveling to other schools. “It ...

Update: SF State bans hoverboards from campus

February 16, 2016 News

An email to the student body Monday morning announced that the 2016 Housing License Agreement has added hoverboards to the list of wheeled items that are banned on campus. “Safety is dependent on our commitment to each other,” said President Leslie E. Wong at a safety meeting Thursday, Feb. 11. Wong, Vice President Luoluo Hong and University Police Department ...

SF State bans hoverboards on campus

February 15, 2016 News

President Leslie E. Wong has banned hoverboards at SF State effective immediately. In a meeting last Thursday, Wong said safety is his top priority and that banning hoverboards will help ensure students’ safety. Philippe Cumia, director of student housing and conference programs, sent an email to the student body Monday morning about the change in ...

Mayor relocates homeless as Super Bowl and El Nino loom

February 3, 2016 News

As Super Bowl 50 quickly approaches, San Francisco officials are trying to relocate the city’s homeless from the Embarcadero, where the Super Bowl City complex was constructed, by adding more beds to shelters around San Francisco. Travelers from all over the world will be in the Bay Area by Sunday, Feb. 7 to see the ...