Kasim Hafeez, a self-proclaimed Muslim Zionist, spoke at the Rosa Park conference center April 16, after being asked to tell his story of transformation by an Israeli awareness group on campus.
Hafeez has spent the last two years speaking as an advocate for Israel. Born and raised in
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Picketing with signs that read “Preferred Building Services Save Our Good Jobs,” former janitors and repairpersons protested the termination of their contracts with Villas Parkmerced Wednesday.
Led by union organizer Colin O’Leary from United Service Workers West, the picketers marched
Feminist studies and sociology major Sandra Magallon said it only took a sparring match with a champion fighter and a resulting bloody nose for her to get hooked on boxing.
Magallon is an amateur boxer in the 118-pound division who trains at the BabyFace Gym in
Rolling through the Financial District in his orange Honda Fit, SF State senior James Shumate spends his evenings shuttling passengers who hail his service.
Shumate, a cinema major, began driving for rideshare startups Uber and Lyft as his primary source of income at the end of
A total of six victims have come forward to the University Police Department in connection to a suspect arrested in Park Merced Thursday for multiple counts of indecent exposure, according to University officials.
UPD officers arrested Kaine Sinclair near campus March 12 after they witnessed the
SF State police arrested a suspect Thursday connected to a reported indecent exposure March 9, according to University officials.
The University Police Department arrested 19-year-old Kaine Sinclair and booked him on multiple misdemeanor counts of indecent exposure, according to a Clery alert sent from Vice President
Under the direction of her instructor, SF State junior Caylin Ofsanko made incisions to peel back layers of skin and fat, revealing the muscular tissues of the human arm.
This week Ofsanko and her peers will carve into the lower body of a cadaver, exploring with
Inspired by his cousin who once had leukemia, freshman Arturo Duarte swabbed a tissue sample from his mouth on campus last week as part of the process to register as a bone marrow donor.
Duarte is now on a list of possible donors eligible to donate
Recalling his visit to the Philippines last summer, biology student Jordan Ilagan remembered the clusters of up to 30 prisoners crammed in 5-by-10 meter cells too small to stretch an arm or leg.
“They weren’t like traditional American prisons where you get like a cell, you
Commuters can no longer use e-cigarettes and vaping devices on BART property, according to a recent update to their no-smoking policy.
The ordinance, passed Feb. 12, is a remedy to complaints the company has received about smoking, BART Communication Officer Taylor Huckaby said. Unlike the former policy, the new no-smoking