The annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report was recently released by SF State University Police Department and it shows that theft and sexual crimes have risen on campus. The
While a quick flip through the SF State crime log would have students believe the campus is generally safe, crime has been pushed to the forefront, especially with a recent
After successfully setting up an overnight encampment, Occupy SFSU held its first general assembly late last night at SF State. The general assembly voted through majority rule on encampment rules,
Fliers asking young women to donate their eggs with the incentive to get compensated with up to $8,000 are a common sight around campus. Last November, Emily Watson, a 22-year-old
Thirty-nine arrests were made at the Occupy Cal demonstration after protesters refused to take down tents on the UC Berkeley campus. Demonstrators organized a general assembly Wednesday afternoon and approved a
The war on medical marijuana took a new turn recently as landlords who rent to medical marijuana dispensaries were threatened with prosecution by the federal government in California. Earlier this
A group of students gathered on the quad this morning with the purpose of camping out over the weekend as part of the Occupy SFSU demonstrations that began yesterday. International
The Occupy SF movement has officially reached SF State, as students held their first general assembly meeting in front of the Ethnic Studies building today at noon. The protest was
Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into law yesterday that will extend educational opportunities to undocumented students, granting them eligibility to receive state financial aid in California universities and community colleges.
At 101 Market St. in front of the Federal Reserve, people have been persuading onlookers to join them in defending the 99 percent, referring to the idea that 1 percent of
Tourists to the Castro today got a little more of a photo-op than normal as nudists gathered for a peaceful protest in the neighborhood ahead of Sunday’s Folsom Street Fair.
More than 30,000 households that receive food from the San Francisco Food Bank maybe affected by a recent drastic cut in funding due to qualifications set by the Emergency Food
No arrests were made Monday during a BART protest that took place at 5 p.m. at Civic Center BART station. This is the fifth protest known as “OpBART” which is
Once again, California is setting the bar for the rest of the country with the California Dream Act, which enables undocumented students with a greater financial ability to pursue higher
UPDATE: Jerry Brown acted on 140 bills yesterday, vetoing four, including the bill that would bar police from searching through cell phones without a warrant. Your cell phone can hold