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Five thousand happy SF State students will be celebrating their graduation at the 114th commencement ceremony at AT&T Park this Friday.
The six-hour-long event is going to be an exercise in patience, at least for me. Don't get me wrong, I could
Representing San Francisco senior citizens in legal matters like racial discrimination and housing, SF State alumnus Carlos Torres began his career as an advocate for underserved communities.
Torres said he developed his passion for labor rights while working at La Raza Centro Legal, a nonprofit legal
Two pedestrians were struck by a vehicle while crossing an intersection at Stonestown Galleria Mall Wednesday.
A woman and her 5-year-old daughter were walking through the crosswalk at 20th Avenue and Buckingham Way when they were struck by a woman’s car as she drove into the
Trudging through the backcountry areas of San Mateo county with Search and Rescue Explorer Post 830, SF State student Luis Rubalcaba spent much of his late teen years working with the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office participating in search and rescue missions. Head held high wherever he went, Rubalcaba
An SF State student was found dead off of Coyote Point in San Mateo following a boating accident involving two other victims Feb. 17, University officials confirmed.
Luis Rubalcaba, a student in SF State's criminal justice department, was the second body recovered in the search effort,
An unknown subject allegedly groped a female's breasts and groin and threatened her with a sharp object on campus Thursday morning, according to a report by University officials.
The University Police Department received reports just before 1 a.m. of a suspect who pulled a female victim
A University email alert informed students and staff of a reported sexual battery that took place on campus Thursday morning at around 1 a.m.
The University Police Department received reports of an unknown male suspect who followed the victim down from the Cesar Chavez Student Center
The Chancellor of the California State University system announced a new plan to improve graduation rates at the State of the CSU address in Long Beach Jan. 27.
In his address, Timothy P. White, seventh chancellor of the CSU system, celebrated the achievements of the program,
SF State graduates will celebrate the University's 114th commencement this year at San Francisco's beloved AT&T Park.
SF State will be the first public university to carry out its graduation at the park since the stadium opened in 2000. Moving the ceremony from Cox Stadium to AT&T
[caption id="attachment_62042" align="aligncenter" width="800"][media-credit name="Helen Tinna / Xpress" align="aligncenter" width="800"][/media-credit] Dorm resident Rainey walks to the designated smoking area on her way to her room in Mary Ward Hall Thursday, December 11, 2014. Rainey says that the dorms have been hot, because everybody is staying
[dropcap]O[/dropcap]scar Villagrana knew he had made it to the right place when he arrived in Amsterdam and saw large crowds of people cruising down walkable streets instead of the gridlocked traffic associated with large American cities.
A senior in SF State’s music program, Villagrana chose to
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="373"] Heather Russell, a senior visual communication major, asks a question after a presentation on factory farming Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014. Martin Bustamante/Xpress.[/caption]
The founder of an Oakland-based nonprofit shook up SF State students today with some surprising statistics about the environmental impact
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600"] Professor Jason Henderson points at a prospective cycling related traffic crossing during the 19th Ave M-line stakeholders meeting Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014. Martin Bustamante/Xpress.[/caption]
The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency and local bicyclists came together Saturday to reimagine a more bike-friendly transportation
SF State students and volunteers from around the Bay Area came together last week to celebrate the fourth annual Campus Sustainability Festival with environmentally friendly activities like planting fruit orchards and repurposing discarded jeans.
Various departments, several student clubs and a few outside nonprofit groups collaborated
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="373"] Bill McKibben, author and environmentalist, poses for a photo after his lecture on "Updates From the Front Lines of the Climate Fight" at McKenna Theatre at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014. Amanda Peterson / Xpress.[/caption]
Best-selling author and outspoken environmentalist Bill
After the final band struck its last chord and festival goers flooded out of Golden Gate Park Oct. 5, the only thing in the wake of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass was the tons of garbage left behind.
Clean-up crews of more than 60 people collected most of
Residents of the Ocean View neighborhood are planting the seeds of what could be one of the largest community gardens in the city, without city funding.
Supervisor John Avalos invited residents of the Ocean View, Merced Heights and Ingleside neighborhoods last month to discuss the potential
Tiny parklets and environmental installations sprung up around campus last Thursday in celebration of Park(ing) Day, an annual event reclaiming urban space for public use.
SF State students in the design and industry department organized nine unique installations this year, all of which were geared toward
SF State experienced some much needed rain early Thursday morning for the first time in more than a month.
Showers began to fall all over the Bay Area as a Pacific weather system moved across the northwestern part of the state, bringing unseasonably cool temperatures and
Grounds staff removed the first of 103 trees deemed hazardous on campus last week.
An expert who surveyed the area over the summer recommended several trees for removal because of their weakening structural integrity and proximity to high-density walkways, according to an email to faculty.
City utility officials approved double rates to take effect Oct. 1 for customers who do not reduce their water consumption by at least 10 percent of what they used during the corresponding month last year.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) approved the mandate, which
Can we stop the whole ice bucket challenge thing now and just go back to donating?
The Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Ice Bucket Challenge is a social media phenomenon that is intended to promote awareness about ALS, a crippling disease that affects between 12,000 and 30,000
A new bike safety and repair program will wheel through campus starting mid-September to accommodate the growing bicycling community and curb the University’s environmental impact.
[caption id="attachment_59459" align="alignnone" width="640"] Tim Stone, third year, works the front desk at the Bike Barn at San Francisco State University