08 May 2012

SF State to test emergency alert system today

SF State’s Office of Emergency Preparedness will test its campus-wide emergency notification system today as part of a drill conducted every semester. At approximately 12:30 p.m., everyone already subscribed to

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27 Feb 2012

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13 Feb 2012

Tips to navigating Craigslist to find an apartment

Although Craigslist can undoubtedly be one the most useful tools in searching for a new living arrangement, it can be a bit daunting at times. Understanding how you can best

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08 Feb 2012

SF State just can't seem to figure out the parking puzzle

As if you aren’t already angry about dwindling classes and skyrocketing tuition, here’s something else that might get your panties in a twist: SF State is making it even more

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07 Feb 2012

Appeals court rules Proposition 8 unconstitutional

A federal appeals court ruled today that a California voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. A three-judge panel of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco

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24 Jan 2012

President Robert A. Corrigan speaks on retirement, his replacement

President Robert A. Corrigan sat down with Xpress editor Sara Donchey to speak about his retirement, aspirations for his replacement and 24 years of service as the president of the

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24 Jan 2012

Search for new SF State president begins as Corrigan begins final semester

SF State is preparing to undergo a major change it has not seen the likes of in 24 years. The University is officially looking for a new president. President Robert

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16 Jan 2012

Power outage affects Sunset, West Portal and Parkside neighborhoods

More than 5,000 customers lost power on the west side of San Francisco this evening after a car hit a pole on the 300 block of West Portal Avenue, according

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13 Dec 2011

CSU budget cut by another $100 million

Gov. Jerry Brown announced that the California State University budget would be cut by an additional $100 million in a press conference earlier today. The new cut is a result

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16 Nov 2011

UPDATED: CSU Board of Trustees approves nine percent tuition increase

This story has been updated to reflect University president Robert A. Corrigan’s response to the fee increase. The story was originally published Nov. 16. The California State University Board of

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09 Nov 2011

San Francisco election results

Here are the 2011 San Francisco election results as of 10:10 p.m Tuesday. One hundred percent of precincts have been accounted for. San Francisco mayor Ed Lee – 44,451 votes,

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08 Nov 2011

San Francisco elections 2011: minute-by-minute updates

Follow live coverage of the 2011 San Francisco election results as the votes are counted. [HTML1]

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08 Nov 2011

PHOTOS: San Francisco mayoral candidates in the final stretch

After weeks of tireless campaigning, the big day for San Francisco mayoral candidates is finally here. Today is Election Day, and candidates will be undoubtedly as busy as the San

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31 Oct 2011

Tensions rise in Occupy Oakland, Occupy SF protests

Bright flashes of light, ear-piercing explosions and rising smoke might be considered ordinary in the middle of a war zone, but these were the sights and sounds in downtown Oakland

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20 Oct 2011

PHOTOS: San Francisco mayoral candidates speak at SF State

Associated Students Inc. invited candidates for San Francisco mayor to SF State Thursday, Oct. 20. Students and community members had the opportunity to introduce themselves and ask questions. Candidates who

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05 Oct 2011

Woman sexually assaulted in SF State dorm room

An 18-year-old woman was sexually assaulted inside a dorm room in the Towers at Centennial Square at SF State Friday night. The woman, who according to University officials was not

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05 Oct 2011

Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs has died

Former Apple CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs, 56, has passed away according to a statement released on the company’s website. The statement remembers Jobs as a creative genius and inspiration:

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21 Sep 2011

Gas line ruptured in downtown San Francisco

Pedestrians and vehicles have been ordered out of the area surrounding Post and Mason Streets in downtown San Francisco after a construction crew hit a gas main line around 2:15

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14 Sep 2011

VIDEO: What could you do to make SF State greener?

In light of SF State being one of 16 schools to make the Green Honor Roll and acheiving a perfect score of 99 in the Princeton Review’s fourth annual Green

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13 Sep 2011

VIDEO: Sports reporter Mike Bebernes races freshman track star Paxton Cota

Xpress sports reporter Mike Bebernes, 28, decided to challenge California Collegiate Athletic Association runner of the week, Paxton Cota, and it did not go well for him. Cota runs for

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09 Sep 2011

VIDEO: The California Dream Act at SF State

Governor Jerry Brown has some thinking to do. On his desk sits Assembly Bill 131, more commonly known as the California Dream Act. Passed by the State Senate on Friday

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30 Aug 2011

PHOTOS: San Francisco Bay Bombers roller derby team throws down at Kezar Stadium

Most San Franciscans are heavily invested in local sports; in fact, several could probably rattle off Pablo Sandoval’s batting average or how many turnovers Alex Smith averages per game. Far

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26 Aug 2011

Bruno Mars alleged SF State performance a hoax

A few misled fans turned up to Malcom X Plaza at San Francisco State University today hoping for a Bruno Mars performance. No such event took place, and a few

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21 May 2011

PHOTOS: San Francisco State commencement 2011

Browse the Xpress photo gallery of the San Francisco State commencement ceremony at Cox Stadium May 21.

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16 May 2011

Balompié Cafe in Mission serves up honest Salvadoran food

In the day of dining gimmicks and overly-complicated dishes, Balompié Café reminds restaurant-goers in the Mission district that good food shouldn’t have to pretend to be good food. Tucked away

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10 May 2011

Seniors' sendoff dampened by loss

Wearily throwing his mitt high above his head, senior pitcher Nic Banaugh walked off the Maloney Field mound Sunday afternoon for the last time as an SF State Gator. In

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20 Apr 2011

Vice President Morishita to step down from SF State

In a time where much of the anger over academic woes has been directed toward administrators, Leroy Morishita has maintained an image of integrity. After a 29-year tenure, executive Vice

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19 Apr 2011

Gator losing streak comes to an end

Sunday’s much-needed victory over Sonoma State could be the inspiration that the SF State baseball team needs to regain a positive outlook on what has been a challenging season. The Gators (13-27,

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12 Apr 2011

Relay team races past odds

The SF State women’s 4×400 relay team didn’t know what to expect when they entered the indoor national championships in Albuquerque, NM. They had never competed together before; in fact,

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12 Apr 2011

Online dating gives college students new hormonal outlet

College students have to fight for their right to get their freak on. Talks of deficits, budget cuts, and delayed graduation times seem to have replaced water cooler chatter of

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16 Mar 2011

Wrestlers end season as All-Americans

Lars Jensen achieved the one goal he had in mind at the start of his 28th season as wrestling head coach: Three of his wrestlers emerged from nationals as All-Americans.

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16 Mar 2011

University response system vague in emergency

In the wake of a disaster as massive as the earthquake and tsunami that recently rocked Japan, students are now critiquing their own campus’s plans for emergency response. San Francisco

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08 Mar 2011

Gator wrestler prepares for NCAA championship

Josh Nolan is a superstar. Just ask his former classmates. Nolan was voted “most likely to be a superstar” at his alma mater Quincy High School, where he graduated in

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03 Mar 2011

March 4: One year later

Last year, a volcano of frustration erupted across the state as the 450,000 students and 46,000 faculty members that comprise the California State University system felt robbed of $564 million.

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