09 Apr 2019

Crowdfunding rivalry prevents necessary action

A homeless person lies down in San Francisco, Calif. (Courtesy of Bill Morrow via Flickr.)   The rival crowdfunding campaigns that emerged at the end of March in opposition and

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02 Apr 2019

University outreach expands to help students apply for CalFresh

SF State’s Health Promotion and Wellness department expanded its outreach program to tackle food insecurity on campus by screening students for CalFresh eligibility thanks to recent government funding boosts. CalFresh,

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02 Apr 2019

Disney continues media acquisition

COURTESY OF DISNEY CLIPS/ GOLDEN GATE XPRESS   Disney is well on its way to becoming a monopoly following the March 19 acquisition of 21st Century Fox and the 20th

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18 Mar 2019

International Relations cuts classes in effort to maintain full enrollment

Dwindling enrollment in the International Relations department led the college of Creative and Liberal Arts to require the IR department to cut sections of a capstone class this summer in

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19 Feb 2019

‘Glitch’ delays student payment

A wave of student employees hired by the Campus Recreation Center in October and November received their first paychecks last week after three or more months on the job. The

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18 Dec 2018

Master Plan aims to shed commuter campus label

University Enterprises presented a draft proposal at the Dec. 3 Public Forum on the Campus Master Plan meeting that sketched out development and land management at SF State through 2035

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12 Dec 2018

California wildfires destroy water, soil, air

November saw California’s head and tail burn with more efficiency and destruction than in any year since record keeping began. Wildfires caused the deaths of more than 90 people and

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10 Dec 2018

UCorp lays out aspirational goals

University Enterprises presented a draft proposal at the Dec. 3, Public Forum on the Campus Master Plan meeting, that sketches out development and land management at SF State through 2035,

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17 Nov 2018

SF State closes campus following blanket of smoke from Camp Fire

Following the ignition of the Camp Fire in Butte County a week ago, 71 people have been killed, more than 148,000 acres have burned and nearly 10,000 homes were destroyed,

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14 Nov 2018

Heroes die too: the complex legacy of Stan Lee

The man who became the face of Marvel Studios through cameos and outspoken opinions on social justice became a role-model and father figure to innumerable enthusiasts who were unable to

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12 Nov 2018

Car Accident on Lake Merced Blvd.

A man driving a black Prius crashed into a lamp post on Lake Merced Blvd at Font Blvd at 6:32 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 12. “Single car collision with injuries

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11 Nov 2018

Gators show up to vote

Midterm elections have historically been particularly disappointing with regards to young voter turnout. But this year’s midterm turnout is far higher than typical, and SF State University student voters followed

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10 Nov 2018

Democrats retake the House

Voters overwhelmingly supported the Democrats to take over majority in the House, ending an eight year reign in that branch of government for the GOP on Tuesday, Nov. 6. However

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08 Nov 2018

Shooter kills 12 at Thousand Oaks bar

A 28-year-old man shot and killed 12 nightclub patrons, staff and a police officer, and injured of at least 18 during a mass shooting at a bar in southern California

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07 Nov 2018

Body found at Lake Merced, raises questions

A 64-year-old Daly City resident named Maria Lam was discovered dead at Lake Merced in the early morning of Tuesday, Oct. 30. The circumstances of her death will remain a

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07 Nov 2018

GUPS rallies around Dr. Edward Said mural

General Union of Palestine students reaffirmed their commitment to the Palestinian struggle during an anniversary event at Jack Adams Hall on Thursday, Nov. 1. The ceremony commemorated the 11th anniversary

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06 Nov 2018

Gators show up to vote

Midterm elections have historically been particularly disappointing with regards to young voter turnout. But this year’s midterm turnout is far higher than typical, and SF State University student voters followed

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31 Oct 2018

New generation of voters eager to cast ballot

After being forced to stand idly by during the presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, many first time voters at SF State are eager to have a say

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19 Oct 2018

SF State improv groups commemorate social justice

Gathered on cloth-covered seats, students and visitors clumped together sporadically throughout Knuth Hall at SF State in anticipation of a cultural commemoration. They came to support their friends, search for

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18 Oct 2018

A look into SFSU: Medina Family Farms

Jaime Medina’s family farm brings their berries from their farm in Watsonville to SFSU’s campus every Thursday. The berries 81-mile journey begins at 4 a.m., and arrive fresh in time

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08 Sep 2018

Rapper Mac Miller dies of apparent drug overdose

Rapper Mac Miller, 26, has reportedly died of a drug overdose, according to TMZ. Law enforcement officials are reported to have responded to an emergency call at 11:50 a.m., where

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