Water line repairs on campus caused an emergency hot water shut down affecting Mashouf Wellness Center on Nov. 14 and the Vista room on Nov. 17.
University facilities services sent the wellness center an email on Nov. 14 stating that they had to shut down
Dr. Kenneth P. Monteiro will be resigning his position as dean of the College of Ethnic Studies (COES) this upcoming spring. Monteiro declined to give a reason for his decision.
“I requested to exercise my retreat rights back to the faculty, some administrators like myself,
Months after it was assembled, SF State University President Leslie Wong’s Task Force on Campus Climate has been suspended after several of its members have resigned.
Four out of 17 members have resigned due to the task force’s inability to be inclusive, according to Rachael Cunningham,
When Lucasfilm released the latest trailer for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” the internet roared in approval. Surely, the second installment of the new trilogy, which hints at taking a step to the darkside — as did “The Empire Strikes Back” 37-years ago — is
Lockers, which usually fill up within the first week of school, are still available inside the Science Building.
SF State engineering stockroom equipment technician Michael Lino said that some students majoring in engineering decided to not occupy a locker this semester.
“The first couple of weeks we’ll
The collective voices of the Gospel Gators travel through the first floor halls of the Creative Arts building at SF State, even as they rehearse behind closed doors.
Guiding the gospel choir through these powerful vocals is director Ja Ronn Thompson, who founded it as a
by Roxanne Hernandez, Garrett Bergthold, Bryan Ramirez
Students from SF State’s Experimental College produced an art gallery fundraiser on campus for the Syrian Refugee Crisis on Monday Dec. 4, 2017. Alisar Mustafa, political science major, who teaches an experimental class about Syria and the Middle East,
A campus power outage led to several servers being down, wifi out, flickering lights and canceled classes on SF State’s campus on Thursday, Nov. 29.
The campus-wide power outage began at 1 p.m due to an unknown cause, and the campus was closed effective at
His sign read: WARNING, fake Christians, homosexuals, abortionists, party animals….rebellious women, liars, Muslims, masturbators, murderers….liberals, crossdressers, Buddhists
Muslim students from SF State and CCSF gathered on Friday afternoon to pray at Malcolm X Plaza despite having had to face criticisms in the past.
SF State’s Muslim student association, in partnership with CCSF’s MSA, arranged to do Jumaa, a congregational Friday prayer, together. SF
Everyone living on campus including staff, faculty and students will receive a 5 percent rent increase with the signing of their next rental contract.
It’s the first chunk of a maximum 30 percent rent hike set to build up during six years of incremental increases through
Have you ever wanted to try a game out before anyone else? It could be easier to achieve than you think.
On Friday at the penultimate meeting of the year for the League of Gaming Club at SF State, a guest speaker introduced a new alpha
On Friday, roughly around noon, there was a gas leak outside the Student Services building at SF State.
“We were using a jackhammer to make repairs to the waterline, but no one told us about the gas line,” said Rufino Gomez, plumber for Express Plumbing. “Nobody
by Janel Jackson-Oliver, Bridget Pocasangre, Lea Fabro
SF State’s popular student hang-out, the Depot, hosted its signature open mic event on Wednesday, Nov. 15, showcasing volunteer’s talents such as singing, playing an instrument, reading their poem among others. Each performer is given about 10 minutes
SF State’s former men’s wrestling coach, hall-of-famer Lars Jensen, has filed a complaint with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing alleging age discrimination.
Former SF State Athletic Director, Charles Guthrie, has since resigned from his position and has since been removed from the
The Experimental College is being restarted within the political science department this fall semester with four courses being taught by students.
This pilot revival program was inspired by the college’s first run at SF State back in 1968, where students designed courses that they wanted to
To raise money for women’s heart health, Alpha Phi held their annual comedy event, Mr. Heartthrob, on Thursday, Nov. 9 at Annex 1 on campus. Through the Alpha Phi Foundation and the American Heart Association, the event fundraised money by showcasing male students from several
[caption id="attachment_79665" align="alignleft" width="800"] General Union of Palestinian Students from San Francisco State University rally in front of the Phillip Burton Federeal Courthouse on Nov. 8, 2017. (Kelly Rodriguez Murillo/Golden Gate Xpress)[/caption]
***Note: A previous version of this article had a quote from Ben Gharagozli, one
*For safety reasons, a source's last name was retracted from this article.
The trial for the lawsuit filed by Jewish San Francisco State University students and alumni is this week, Nov. 8, and the University has yet to be transparent with the position they are going
Jason Jacobson, the new director of Undergraduate Advising Center at SF State, talked about his past career achievements and future plans as students piled up at the advising center to seek out assistance in navigating their paths to graduation.
Jacobson left his position as the retention
SF State students show off their halloween costumes around campus on Oct. 31.
On Thursday Oct. 26, SF State Campus Recreation held their 8th Annual Costume Dodgeball Tournament in the Mashouf Wellness Center. Teams gathered to compete in the tournament and the costume contest.
Midway through this semester, students riding SF State shuttles are experiencing longer wait times on campus than in the past, even with the new Gator Pass provided earlier this semester.
Students can usually wait anywhere between five to 15 minutes for a shuttle, but lately have
For many years, Jason Wu would dress up every Halloween as “Bingo” from the 1960s kids television program, “The Banana Splits Adventure Hour.” Today, Wu dawns a police uniform as SF State Police Chief, believing in the value of trust and saying, “we are truly
SF State took part in the annual Up to Us competition, where students get to run a campaign on raising awareness about escalating national debt and how millennials can help to secure the economic future.
[caption id="attachment_79461" align="alignleft" width="552"] Jordan Kenny and Nathan Bowman from the
It was just after 1 a.m. on Oct. 9 when Sierra Hinkle was woken up by police and told to evacuate her family’s Santa Rosa home.
She could see the flames of the Tubbs fire climb up a nearby hill and move closer to her house
The stage is dark. One spotlight lights the stage as her country-infused vocals begin to fill the room. In front of her sit four judges who hold her fate. She can’t see them and they can’t see her. Her voice is her only asset, the
For most students, being admitted into the college of their choice can feel like a dream come true, but then comes the harsh reality: the expenses.
Between tuition, housing and school supplies the dream of attending college can suddenly become financially daunting.
This was the
Amid the frenzied tragedies of the past couple weeks, it’s easy to overlook the minute, albeit powerful, bright moments of humanity.
SF State played host to a blood drive this past week, sponsored by Phi Gamma Chi and Blood Centers of the Pacific partnership.
Classroom windows and doors were closed shut as the smoke-induced haze covered the SF State campus.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued a health advisory and spare the air alert due to smoke from the ongoing North Bay fires causing “unprecedented levels
Despite her lack of sleep, Sibylla Herbrich walked into SF State’s journalism department Monday afternoon with a smile on her face, ready to teach. Monday’s lecture included how to safely photograph fires by listening to emergency scanners, understanding the code and sticking with firefighters to
[caption id="attachment_79111" align="alignnone" width="800"] Gabriela Cerros, an Ethnic Studies student representative, attends an Associated Students Incorporated government board of directors meeting in Jack Adams Hall at SF State, Wednesday, Sept 20, 2017. (Bryan Ramirez/Golden Gate Xpress)[/caption]
Last fall Shirin Jafari was enrolled in 19 units, was
The lonely bench near the Radio and Television Building was demolished before the fall 2017 semester began, and if students haven’t noticed the “no designated smoking area” picket signs posted on campus, then the new smoking policy might take some time to be enforced.
Students whizzing around on electric skateboards are becoming more of a common sight at SF State. The latest e-boards are proving to be legitimate modes of transportation while being fun in a way that differentiates them from their non electric counterparts. Students who have incorporated
[caption id="attachment_78980" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Kaylee Lao, 6, holds a picket sign in protest of the "Salary Union Rights Movement," in San Franciso on Monday October 9, 2017. (Kayleen Fonte/ Golden Gate Xpress)[/caption]
CSU Employees Union (CSUEU) marched in front of the Administration building this morning, chanting
Thursday, Oct. 5 is National Depression Screening Day (NDSD). Many college campuses hold mental health awareness events and provide opportunities for students, faculty and staff to fill out a depression screening survey. This year, SF State is not one of those campuses.
Here at SF State,