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It’s no surprise to students at SF State that 19th Avenue is just a wee bit chaotic. Between
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Some students can handle it, while others fall victim to
Remember that public space that we used to travel to when we were kids? You know, a library. It's where physical books lined an endless sea of wooden and metal shelves, and a librarian would help you sort through the card catalog to find what
It’s 1876 and the courtroom in the Gold Coast of West Africa is small. The jurors are restless as they listen to a young woman named Abina Mansah desperately trying to convince them that she was, in fact, a slave in an otherwise free British
President Barack Obama spoke during the American Legion National Convention in Minneapolis recently, calling for help for the 9/11 generation: The five million plus soldiers who have served in Iraq, Afghanistan and other countries in the Middle East since the 2001 attacks.
But I believe that the
Welcoming students old and new, the Theater Arts Department is presenting "The Barber of Seville" for the second time this year in hopes of not only providing great entertainment but also spotlighting one of the more creative programs offered at SF State.
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Excited chatter echoed through the hall as students, decked out in royal purple and gold caps and gowns, waited somewhat impatiently for their ceremony to start. The faint aroma of incense wafted from inside McKenna theater and the voices of excited family members and friends
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SF State student Noemi Hernandez hugs her uncle, Juan Torres, after graduating at McKenna Hall.
In a surprising 8-6 win in their first game of a double header against Notre Dame de Namur University Thursday, the Gators softball team showed off their skills with clutch hitting and great defensive plays.
Coming off a tough week prior to starting their eight game
From the screech of sneakers on the wooden floor of the gym to the “got it!” repeatedly shouted out, SF State’s women’s club volleyball team is hard at work preparing for their biggest competition of the season.
Beginning Saturday, the team will be competing in the
In a desperate attempt to win their four-game series against CSU Monterey Bay Saturday, the Gators softball team struggled in the last doubleheader that ended in defeat.
Losing 1-2 to the Otters in game one, SF State pushed hard against CSUMB’s number one pitcher Kylie Linnane.
The Gator Triathlon officially kicked off its collegiate career this semester by participating in the first West Coast Collegiate Triathlon Conference race, the seventh-annual Stanford Treeathlon.
Schools from up and down the California coast that have competed in the race in previous years attended the Treeathlon,
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SF State’s men’s basketball team closed out its Spirit Week game series this Saturday with a 58-55
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Whether you are
It’s really no surprise that SF State has made the decision to introduce an environmental sustainability course into the general education requirements, especially since the city consistently supports sustainable practices like mandatory composting and the plastic bag ban.
For a campus that boasts academic excellence and
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For the first time in