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History is packed with stories of the oppressed, taking actions against oppressors in order to gain freedom and equality, and SF State played significant roles in these battles– most notably in 1968. This timeline shows not only cultural events from around
Daisy Nava, an 18-year-old biology major at SF State, sat in Justin Herman Plaza waiting for the 12th annual Valentine’s Day Great San Francisco Pillow Fight to begin.
A crowd of about 60 gathered around the plaza awaiting the event, with only a few people
What Will Happen to Undocumented Students in the Trump Era?
The republican candidate to the White House and now President-elect, Donald Trump, promised to build a wall to keep immigrants from entering the country, to deport people who do not have papers and to make “America
The Oakland Ghost Ship fire claimed the lives of 36 victims in an accident that is still under investigation.
One SF State student and one alumna are among the victims of the artist-based warehouse in the Fruitvale District of Oakland last Friday night.
Twenty-year-old Michela Gregory and
On Sunday, an SF State student is still missing who was last seen at a warehouse party in Oakland that caught fire on Friday killing 30 people, according to KQED.
Michela Gregory, a child development major, was among about 100 people who attended a party at the
ECO students gathered Monday afternoon to encourage the SF State community to stand with supporters demanding protection for Standing Rock by contacting their local representatives to push President Obama to take action.
Liana Derus, president of ECO students, created the Facebook event called Letter Writing And
Representatives of Improving Dreams, Equity, Access and Success spoke to the academic senate on Tuesday about their concerns for the safety of SF State’s undocumented community on campus in the wake of the election of Donald Trump as America’s next president.
Pamela Ortiz, president of IDEAS,
SF State’s Improving, Dreams, Access and Success (IDEAS) organization maintained a positive mood at their election de-stress event, despite being interrupted by a man who used crude language toward them.
The unidentified, elderly man sat on a couch in front of the live-stream that IDEAS set
The SF State community has nearly 1,500 international students from more than 100 different countries, according to the SF State website. Golden Gate Xpress spoke with some of these students to get their take on the Presidential Election.
Campus Against Student Homelessness and Hunger will march on Nov. 3 to remind the campus that not every student has a bed to sleep in or knows when their next meal will be.
CASHH is a student-formed club that started as a project from an American
A male victim contacted the University Police around noon yesterday to report an on-campus strong-armed robbery, according to a campus-wide email sent by Vice President & Title IX Coordinator Luoluo Hong. This incident marks the second armed robbery to occur on campus in the span
Alisar Mustafa wants to change the lives of those affected by the civil war in her homeland of Syria through awareness and education.
Mustafa is a 20-year-old junior majoring in political science and minoring in Middle East and Islamic studies at SF State.
“Even though I
It’s been a month since Hillary Clinton publicly expressed regret for grouping half of Donald Trump’s supporters into a “basket of deplorables,” saying they are “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic, you name it." While NPR may say that there is no data to support Clinton’s
This semester, the Department of Special Education started the third cycle of its deaf-blindness training program to prepare graduate students in their role as special education teachers.
In 2014, a U.S. Department of Education grant of $997,685 funded the innovative program run in collaboration with the
Every four years, the political science department offers a course examining that year’s approaching presidential election.
This year’s course, the 2016 presidential election public lecture series, is designed to inform students about the election in a non-partisan manner and show the community the type of
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[media-credit name="Lauren Saldana" align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] The newly installed 10-foot bronze Gator Spirit Statue stands in front of the Don Nasser Family Plaza at SF State on Monday, Aug. 29, 2016.[/caption]
On Tuesday, Aug. 16, the Gator Spirit Statue made its appearance by the