The Gators continued their losing streak last night at The Swamp, after falling late in the game against Stanislaus State Warriors 64-57.
The two teams last met in January where the Gators also lost, 45-58.
Though the outcome of Friday’s game was the same as the Gators’
San Francisco Police suspended participation with the Joint Terrorism Task Force Wednesday night.
The separation of the SFPD from the FBI ends a 10-year relationship, though a suspension is not a total withdrawal and will be revisited later, according to a media release by the San
Reclaim California Higher Education recently released a report that outlined how the state could balance tuition while relieving student cost. They called the solution the “The $48 Fix.”
During a press conference Jan. 24 at UC Berkeley, a coalition of California staff and students from RCHE
Militant protests shut down a scheduled speaking event by controversial “alt-right” speaker and Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos Wednesday night at UC Berkeley.
The protest resulted in an impromptu march down Bancroft Avenue after university officials canceled the event roughly an hour before it began.
Campus police announced
A demonstration to keep controversial "alt-right" speaker and Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos from speaking at the University of California, Berkeley has turned into an impromptu march.
Campus police called off the event and issued a dispersal order shortly after 6 p.m., about an hour before Yiannopoulos
It’s hard to bounce back from an athletic injury but for SF State senior and softball captain Gabby Reta, it was only a minor setback that motivated her to rise and lead a team.
Originally from Tustin, California, Reta committed to playing for SF State in
Every sports team goes through growing pains, as seen by the Bay Area’s own Golden State Warriors. During their 2011-2012 season, the Warriors made the instrumental trade of Monta Ellis for Andrew Bogut, a move that would pave the road to success for the team
The Office of Sustainability at SF State will submit a report February 1 to participate in a sustainability rating program that tracks and assesses efforts for maintaining a food and waste sustainable and environmentally friendly campus, according to an SF State campus memo.
STARS, or Sustainability
Countrywide protests broke out Saturday following Trump’s signing of the order that temporarily bans Syrian refugees and citizens of seven other predominantly Muslim countries.
On the same day, SF State student Amran Alsiday received a phone call.
Alsiday was told by family that his inlaw, Esa AlWasli,
The Swamp was overflowing with Division II alumni, families, and friends who rallied together to cheer for the wrestlers competing in SF State’s 40th Annual California Collegiate Wresting Open on Saturday.
Matt Gamble, sophomore, was the highlight of the match, winning the title in the 125
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SF State men’s wrestling coach Lars Jensen and assistant coach Isaiah Jimenez donned fresh Hawaiian leis around their necks as they cheered and yelled directions to their wrestlers during the team’s home opener of 2017, on Friday afternoon at SF State.
In a back-to-back match up,
Environmental activists who hung the “RESIST” banner visible above the White House early Wednesday morning were released from police custody Thursday evening.
Demonstrators climbed a 270-foot crane at the construction site for the new headquarters of the finance and mortgage company Fannie Mae in response to
SF State Vice President of Student Affairs Luoluo Hong sent a Clery Safety Alert email to students notifying them of a suspect seen publicly masturbating on the second floor of the Humanities Building Friday night.
The student said he was studying when he noticed a man
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Correction: An earlier version of this article neglected to attribute each quote as part of the original SF Examiner article referenced in the first sentence. Attributions have since been added.
Agents from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement searched a Mission District apartment looking for a
The California Faculty Association released a report to faculty members revealing that the rising number of minority, low-income and first-generation students receive less funding throughout the 23 CSUs than what the predominantly white student population in the 80s received.
According to the report’s Executive Summary,
The fire from Ghost Ship was put out nearly two months ago, but finding a solution and way to prevent a similar tragedy has just begun in the form of lawsuits and legislation.
The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office still has an open criminal investigation for
The Women’s March on Washington has launched a new campaign called “10 Actions for the first 100 Days” after more than 200,000 women, men and children joined sister marches throughout the Bay Area on Saturday.
The campaign sets out 10 actions over the course of 100
Several SF State students waited for friends to pick them up after 10-12 cars were towed on Font Boulevard in front of the construction site of the new Mashouf Wellness Center at noon Monday.
Supervising Janitor Manuel Saravia said 10-12 cars were towed around noon and
If sandwiches are your go-to for lunch, the Vietnamese sando shop, Dinosaurs, is a hole in the wall eatery you don’t want to miss. This hidden gem offers a heap of flavors that work in harmony with every single bite. Located between Woodacre Drive and
Thousands of protesters participated in the Women's March across the Bay Area on Saturday, January 21, 2017.
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Thousands of protesters flooded Market Street in opposition as Trump was sworn as the 45th President of the United States Friday morning.
Protests took place throughout the day, the largest being the “Inauguration Day Trump Protest,” which began at UN Plaza Friday evening.
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Over 400 protesters joined the "Resist Trump" march from Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco on Friday.
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On a rainy day in Washington D.C. at 12 p.m., Donald J. Trump was sworn in at the steps of the Capitol Building as the 45th president of the United States.
At the same time, violent protests erupted throughout the nation’s capital in response, according to
A choir sang “Oh, Happy Day” as the Golden State Warriors broke ground Tuesday at the Chase Center, the future home of the Warriors.
Before the event began, fans lined up outside of the South Street entrance while a party to celebrate the groundbreaking of the
What Will Happen to Undocumented Students in the Trump Era?
The republican candidate to the White House and now President-elect, Donald Trump, promised to build a wall to keep immigrants from entering the country, to deport people who do not have papers and to make “America
An SF State student died early Saturday morning from injuries sustained during an alleged domestic dispute, according to ABC7 News.
Kron 4 News reported that police were called to the victim’s home at 18 Fairview Avenue in Daly City around 12:07 a.m., where Ariana Hatami
Two people are displaced after a fire caused damage to an apartment complex at 125 Cambon Drive on Friday evening, according to the San Francisco Fire Department. SFFD tweeted that the fire was contained within 30 minutes with no injuries reported.
Jason Ramirez, an SF State
An SF State student has filed a report of sexual assault. The incident allegedly occurred in Mary Ward Hall on Thursday.
The female victim was at the Designated Smoking Area located around 750 Font Blvd., which is directly outside of Mary Ward Hall, around 8 p.m.
Students and educators from different schools throughout San Francisco gathered on Friday afternoon at the Civic Center Plaza for a walkout, rally and march “to end Trump’s regime,” according to a flier distributed on social media.
SF State junior Helen Ghebreyesus, women and gender studies major, uses markers to create a button during a march/walkout calling attention to issues facing students at Civic Center Plaza on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
Students use a button maker during a march/walkout calling attention to issues facing students at Civic Center Plaza on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
High school students hold up signs during a march/walkout calling attention to issues facing students at Civic Center Plaza on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
SF State senior Simonne Moreno, history major, uses markers to create a sign during a march/walkout calling attention to issues facing students at Civic Center Plaza on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
Leadership High School senior Javier Vigil speaks to students and educators at Civic Center Plaza during a march/walkout calling attention to issues facing students on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
Students and educators pose for a photo in front of City Hall at Civic Center Plaza during a march/walkout calling attention to issues facing students on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
Students and educators march toward Franklin Street calling attention to issues facing students on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Steven Ho/Xpress)
Members of SF State's dragon boat team, SF Blazing Dragons, explain what it's like to be a part of the collegiate paddling club. The team was founded in 2010 and has since worked hard to compete with some of the best college teams in California.
Last Wednesday, SF State alumna Jennifer Mendiola was officially named as a victim of the deadly Oakland Ghost Ship fire.
Two other SF State victims had been identified days before, Michela Gregory and Donna Kellogg.
“The entire campus community expresses its profound sadness at the news that
Five weeks from today, the United States will inaugurate President-elect Donald Trump. SF State chimes in on why they think Hillary Clinton lost the race and what role sexism played in the outcome.