The deadly shooting of Mario Woods in The Bayview district Nov. 2 prompted a possible revision of the San Francisco Police Department’s use-of-force policy, after the police chief's claims that the officers acted in self defense, according to SF Weekly.
SFPD Chief Greg Suhr presented witness
A rape was reported at Mary Ward Hall Nov. 21, according to SF State’s crime, arrest and fire log.
Officers responded to the victim and took a report around 6 a.m., according to the crime log, which states that the victim was incapable of providing consent.
SF State senior Kareezia Younger said she was in her home, 20 minutes away from the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, when she received an alarmed phone call from her mother Friday evening.
What Younger didn’t know was that Paris was besiege by the deadliest terror
The Political Science Student Association questioned the two-party system during a debate at SF State Oct. 29.
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="600"] Jacob Mandel (second to the right), a third year political science major playing the role of Bernie Sanders, responds to a question during the Political
To prepare students, faculty and staff in the event of a disaster, SF State conducted the Great California Shakeout Oct. 15, which tested the emergency notification system and all the University's modes of communication.
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="600"] Emergency equipment is displayed in a room inside
Marika Mizianty, a sophomore cinema major at SF State, said her nightmare began last week when she discovered that her green Honda CR-V was missing from her parking spot on Holloway Avenue.
"My car's my baby, so it's so rough," Mizianty said. "I searched all Saturday,
Amid the blur of politicians who try to win the voters over with big smiles and happy-go-lucky attitudes, Donald Trump's unapologetic demeanor sets him apart from the rest. His ability to be himself, even if that self is showy and arrogant, is one of many
Access to Tasers will be mandatory for all University police following a recent collective bargaining agreement between California State University and the State University Police Association.
Assistant Vice Chancellor of CSU, Michael Redmond, announced the agreement Aug. 27 in an email to all 23 CSU presidents
A new bargaining agreement between California State University and the State University Police Association Aug. 27 gave campus police access to an array of new equipment, including Tasers and pepper spray.
The collective bargaining agreement between the CSU and SUPA mandates that the CSU provide "tactical