11 Sep 2019

The lasting impact of Sept. 11 2001, 18 years later

The day the planes hit the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, the lives of Muslims in America changed forever.  The event occurred 18 years ago, but the effects

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28 Aug 2019

Professor Receives Hate Mail

As the College of Ethnic Studies prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary, a Palestinian professor received a vulgar letter in her mailbox on Aug. 13 calling for ethnic cleansing of

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21 May 2019

Veteran approaches graduation

Graduating Veteran Thomas Rowland stands outside of the Humanities building on Thursday, May 16. Rowland took classes in this building to earn his degree in International Relations. (TRISTEN ROWEAN/Golden Gate

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07 May 2019

Pelosi to speak at graduation stirs differing reactions

Official portrait of U.S. Representative and Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi. (Public domain image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.)   Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi will

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30 Apr 2019

Sexpo provides hands-on sex education

Lexi Sakellariou (left) and Denia Makhilia (right) play a dildo ring toss game at Sexpo, a resource fair promoting sexual health, in the quad on Wednesday, April 26, 2019. (LOLA

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19 Apr 2019

Palestinian-American photographer highlights political struggle

(photo courtesy of Sarah EQ) Photographer Najib Joe Hakim showcased his documentary photography displaying Palestinian life at his lecture, Palestine Diary and Home Away from Home: Little Palestine by the

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16 Apr 2019

Costly, tedious application process takes shine off graduation

SF State University President Leslie E. Wong speaks to more than 8,000 graduates at AT&T Park during at the college’s 2015 Commencement ceremony. (BRIAN CHURCHWELL / Golden Gate Xpress)  

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09 Apr 2019

Diversi-TEA Ep. 1

Diversi-TEA discusses how it’s difficult to find diversity in the media. There has been a rise of films coming out such as Black Panther to help in the predominately white

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09 Apr 2019

College of Ethnic Studies dean appointed

Amy Sueyoshi, newly appointed Dean of Ethnic Studies, poses for a portrait in Humanities 311 on Friday, April 5. (JAMES CHAN/ Golden Gate Xpress)   The University hired Amy Sueyoshi

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02 Apr 2019

CSU to protect Zionist views after settlement

California State University reached a settlement March 20 with two SF State students who sued the Board of Trustees alleging the University discriminated against them based on their religion. A

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19 Mar 2019

Funding allocations show challenges COES face despite legacy

SF State regularly cites the College of Ethnic Studies (COES) as a signpost for the University’s activist and progressive roots, but despite ads on buses and billboards it’s one of

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12 Mar 2019

Panel discusses educational agreement, Oakland strike

Inspired by the recent victory of the Oakland teacher strike, students, teachers and community members attended a teaching about the role of unions on Thursday. Hosted by SF State’s Graduate

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26 Feb 2019

Internment camp victims honored in Garden of Remembrance

Students, professors, activists and those standing in solidarity with the Japanese-American community gathered Feb. 19 for the 40th anniversary of the Bay Area’s first Day of Remembrance, honoring the more

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19 Feb 2019

Gospel Gators to celebrate 15 years of diversity

Ja Ronn Thompson realized SF State was in desperate need of a gospel choir in the spring of 2004, so he took it upon himself to make it happen. When

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