Relentless rainfall and strong wind caused flood warnings and public transportation delays across San Francisco on Thursday.
A flood advisory was issued by the National Weather Service for San Francisco and the North Bay on Thursday afternoon. The rain was felt hardest along Embarcadero on Pier
Students and faculty gathered in front of the the Cesar Chavez Student Center Wednesday afternoon, where the Metro College Success Program and the Metro Association of Social Equity Student Organization held a memorial for SF State Student Michela Gregory, one of the 36 victims of
Support for Oakland’s DIY spaces meeting
4799 Shattuck Ave, Oakland
Wednesday, Dec. 14. at 7 p.m.
A handful of members from collectives within Omni Commons in Oakland are hosting their second meeting to coordinate immediate responses toward making Oakland DIY spaces safer. All members of
It was a girl’s night out and junior Allie Arsiniega was owning the dance floor when she dropped her phone, and before she could retrieve it, two men grabbed it and ran off.
Most people would be consumed with anger or frustration, letting such a moment
Around 20 students from the Campus Against Student Homelessness and Hunger club delivered a petition to President Wong’s administration Thursday morning to request a program to provide resources for homeless students similar to the Homeless At-Risk Transitional Students Program at City College of San Francisco.
The Belle Fourche Pipeline has ruptured causing approximately 130,200 gallons of crude oil to spill into the Ash Coulee Creek, as well as the 46,200 gallons that have spilled into a hillside after a leak that began earlier this month went undetected, as The Washington
After receiving complaint after complaint, SF State’s IT department launched its Wi-Fi Expansion Project, a semester-long endeavor aiming to upgrade access points all over campus.
The expansion project began earlier this year, and has now completed two of its three phases. Expansion focused on upgrading current
When the needle hits noon and the smell of bacon permeates the senses; flocks of students head for their favorite vendors at Cesar Chavez Student Center or food trucks at Hensill Hall.
While waiting in line at Café Rosso, Luis Chavez waved his head back and
When voters were asked to consider Proposition Q, it was billed as a “housing not tents” initiative. Now that it’s passed, the city and Department of Public Works are given license beginning in January to remove tents from public sidewalks with a minimum of 24-hours’
On the basketball court, her coaches and teammates define her playing style as aggressive and consider her the team's vocal leader. Off the court, she is described as one of the most kind and joyous people they know.
The Gators' off-season acquisition, forward/center Donae Moguel,
Rey Lopez, a 25-year-old Asian American Studies major shares his personal experience with homelessness. Lopez and other community members discuss the current state of homelessness on campus and examine how the school supports these students.
32-year-old recent SF State graduate Donna Kellogg was one of the first victims to be identified after the Ghost Ship blaze that occurred Friday night in Oakland.
Her mother and stepfather were notified in Salinas, Calif. around 3 a.m. Sunday morning according to People.com.
Friends, family and
Twenty-year-old SF State Metro Academies student Michela Gregory was among those who perished in the tragic Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland over the weekend.
In an email sent out to the SF State community, President Leslie E. Wong addressed the incident that claimed more than
The Oakland Ghost Ship fire claimed the lives of 36 victims in an accident that is still under investigation.
One SF State student and one alumna are among the victims of the artist-based warehouse in the Fruitvale District of Oakland last Friday night.
Twenty-year-old Michela Gregory and
Over 2,500 people came together Monday evening at a pagoda on Lake Merritt holding candles, glow sticks and flowers to mourn the loss of the people who died in a fire that engulfed the artist space known as the Oakland Ghost Ship Friday night.
In their last home game of 2016, the SF State Gators squandered a two point lead late in the fourth quarter as they fell to the Cal State East Bay Pioneers 51-48.
The Gators were up by two with less than 30 seconds remaining in
The SF State Gators brushed off a slow start and went on an offensive tear in the second half, beating the Cal State East Bay Pioneers 80-65. The victory improved their record to 8-0, which marks the best start in the team’s history since the
On Sunday, an SF State student is still missing who was last seen at a warehouse party in Oakland that caught fire on Friday killing 30 people, according to KQED.
Michela Gregory, a child development major, was among about 100 people who attended a party at the
In a packed house the men’s basketball improved to 7-0 overall and 1-0 in the CCAA with a 79-63 win over the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos in the third annual Purple Out.
This was the Gators first televised game of the year and the team
Comcast Hometown Network’s TV crew joined hundreds of Gator fans donning purple shirts in The Swamp’s stands for the third annual Purple Out game on Friday.
Despite the home-game excitement, SF State women’s basketball displayed a poor shooting performance and were soon overcome by Cal
Associated Students Inc. were forced to make the most out of their rained out town hall meeting Wednesday afternoon, setting up a station on the lower level of the Cesar Chavez Student Center, serving up hot tea and information on the potential tuition increase to
“Run. Hide. Fight.” Ohio State University students and faculty received this message Monday morning after a student terrorized the campus with a car and knife, sending 11 people to the hospital.
This message has been promoted by local and national law enforcement agencies as the
For the first time in their lives, brothers AJ and Jash Kahlon stepped onto the court together in the first game of the season earlier this month, playing as teammates on SF State men’s basketball team.
“It’s a once in a lifetime thing,” Jash said. “Basketball
Steaming bowls of cioppino are one of the dishes that may be graced with the return of crab to the kitchens of the student-run Vista Room this winter.
Crabbing season was shut down last year on the California coast due to a harmful algae that was
ECO students gathered Monday afternoon to encourage the SF State community to stand with supporters demanding protection for Standing Rock by contacting their local representatives to push President Obama to take action.
Liana Derus, president of ECO students, created the Facebook event called Letter Writing And
What constitutes a legally binding contract? The answer to that question has several SF State faculty members at odds with University administration. An article published by Inside Higher Ed on Monday has exposed what seven professors are calling a breach of contract, and that number
Up by six points with 1:25 left in the fourth quarter, as the Gators saw their lead quickly trimmed down to two in less than 20 seconds, they remained composed and prevented the William Jessup University Warriors from doing any more damage to win 60-52.
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[media-credit name="Jesslyn Los Banos" align="alignnone" width="411"][/media-credit] All stats compiled from SF State athletics website and CCAA.[/caption]
Women's basketball bounced back from two tough road losses to start the season with an impressive 66-58 victory against Holy Names University in their first game at The Swamp.
Head coach Dennis Cox said he is pleased to get the first win of the 2016-17 season out
On a summer night Arianna Wesley was almost hit by a car on her stroll to the gym. She exchanged words with the the driver, a white male, who responded by popping his head out the window. When he saw that Wesley was a Black
Representatives of Improving Dreams, Equity, Access and Success spoke to the academic senate on Tuesday about their concerns for the safety of SF State’s undocumented community on campus in the wake of the election of Donald Trump as America’s next president.
Pamela Ortiz, president of IDEAS,
A group of more than 30 students formed a circle at Malcolm X Plaza on Tuesday and shared the microphone and expressed concerns and poetry in protest of a possible five percent tuition increase.
Students were notified about the CSU-wide tuition hike, effective fall 2017,
Picket signs and burning sage filled downtown San Francisco as students and community members gathered in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe against the North Dakota Access Pipeline on Tuesday, taking part in a nationwide day of action.
The early morning protest began at
Fliers that read “Are you sick of anti-white propaganda on college campuses? You are not alone,” in bold, black letters were found outside of the Cesar Chavez Student Center early Monday evening.
A link was printed below the message, therightstuff.biz, which leads to a blog claiming
SF State’s men’s basketball team had a strong showing against the Dominican University of California which landed them back to back wins and a impressive 2-0 start to their 2016-17 season after a 91-67 victory in the finale of the San Francisco State Tip-Off Classic.
Donald Trump has won the 2016 presidential election but millions of people aren’t ready to throw in the towel and accept that fact just yet. Many are demanding changes to be made through anti-Trump demonstrations that are popping up across the country and a petition