A woman reported an indecent exposure incident at University Park South Thursday morning, according to a safety alert sent out to the campus community.
The woman was walking in a courtyard at the 1700 block of Holloway Avenue at 9:55 a.m. when she saw an
Students donning purple caps and gowns filed into the the typically orange-laden AT&T Park Friday during SF State's 114th Commencement ceremony.
The ceremony was held at AT&T Park, the home of the San Francisco Giants, for the first time in SF State history. More than 30,000 people
The San Francisco Police Department responded to reports of a suspicious package in a neighborhood near 19th and Holloway avenues Wednesday night. Police tape blocked traffic and prevented pedestrians from entering the scene.
Blue latex gloves, sterilized needles and rubbing alcohol lay sprawled out on a wooden desk, reminiscent of a surgeon’s table. The Mary Ward Hall dorm room filled with the mechanical buzz of a tattoo machine as 18-year-old studio art student Eva Rodriguez traced the outline
The Office for Civil Rights added SF State to a list Wednesday that will include them with 104 college campuses under investigation for their handling of sexual violence.
The federal examination at SF State for a pending Title IX investigation was opened March 10, according to the OCR.
With butterflies in her stomach and a black guitar in tow, an SF State audio production student swooned the American Idol judges with a sweet melody.
Chandler Leighton, 19, earned her ticket to Hollywood in the San Francisco round of auditions, which aired nationally Jan. 28.
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="420"] Firefighters extinguish an apartment fire on the sixth floor of 235 Buckingham Way in UPN Monday, Oct. 13, 2014. Nashelly Chavez / Xpress.[/caption]
No injuries were reported when firefighters busted through a bedroom window to extinguish a minor blaze at an apartment
The sound of loaded hand carts rolling through campus and the murmur of shy introductions rang through campus last Thursday as hundreds of incoming students prepared to move into their dorms during Move-In Day.
Move-In Day marked the beginning of the six day event known as
Protesters rallied against Westboro Baptist Church members who picketed in San Francisco Tuesday as part of their God Hates the Media Tour.
The counter-protest started at the Twitter headquarters on Market Street at 3:50 p.m. and continued along Westboro Baptist Church’s picketing route to Pinterest and
As the city was filled to the brim with rainbows and glitter, something in particular stuck out for SF State. Students, faculty and alumni showed their Gator pride as they marched on Market Street during the 44th annual San Francisco Pride Parade June 29.