Women’s volleyball set a season high in digs, 68, but lost another match, falling 3-1 against CSU East Bay Pioneers on Friday. The Gators wore pink ribbons in their hair to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Dig Pink Night.
Aside from the special night, the
The College of Ethnic Studies has applied for a $100 million grant in hopes of expanding the College’s reach and impact.
The 100&Change grant, provided by the MacArthur Foundation, is open to any organization and has received an estimate of 10,000 applications from all over the
“We have some bad hombres here and we’re going to get them out,” republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said during the third and final presidential debate Wednesday night in Las Vegas, NV.
Trump’s use of the word hombre, which is the Spanish word for man, marked
SF State’s Queer Alliance is attempting to re-register their club status for spring 2017 after a two semester long absence due to embezzlement of funds by a former member, said Queer Alliance Director Stuart Castaneda.
The club was unable to re-register with the University due
SF State plans to hire an advising specialist this semester to help implement their initiative to increase graduation rates of current students.
The California State University Chancellor’s Office has recently set new benchmarks for graduation rates. As part of the Campus Student Success Plan in SF
College athletes have joined the ranks of many professional athletes speaking out against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recent “locker room talk.”
On Sunday, a letter from the Amherst College men’s soccer team in Massachusetts was published denouncing Trump’s idea of what is discussed amongst athletes
It has been 12 years since one of SF State’s men's soccer players returned to the country where his passion for soccer began.
Born in Ventanilla, Peru, Richard Léon moved with his family to the U.S. when he was six years old.
While Léon’s family shares
SF State’s Hacking Club ventured from its computer room in the science building on Saturday to attend a hacking workshop and training day in downtown San Francisco presented by Hacking EDU and IBM.
The workshop was hosted by Dev Bootcamp on Folsom Street, a web
It was a battle between two San Francisco-based teams as Gator men’s cross country team once again fell second to Academy of Art University on Friday at the 30th Annual SF State Invitational in Golden Gate Park.
As the Blue Angels flew over Speedway Meadow, the
It’s been a month since Hillary Clinton publicly expressed regret for grouping half of Donald Trump’s supporters into a “basket of deplorables,” saying they are “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic, you name it." While NPR may say that there is no data to support Clinton’s
A news helicopter hovered over Malcolm X Plaza today as students and faculty gathered for a planned rally by a European heritage advocacy organization, but the group unexpectedly changed the location of the protest.
Identity Evropa, an “organization dedicated to promoting interests of people of European
The David Horowitz Freedom Center, a conservative activist group, took responsibility for posting fliers around the SF State campus on Friday that depicted a professor as a terrorist sympathizer, according to a press release issued by the center.
“Our goal in placing these posters on
After a 25-year career with the U.S. Park Police that included stints as a detective, a narcotics enforcement officer and a DARE officer, SF State’s new Chief of Police Jason Wu said he still considers himself a student.
“One of my philosophies in life is that
SF State police are currently investigating nine burglaries that happened between Sept. 2 and Sept. 21 in University Park South.
According to University police, three of the burglaries were forced entries, with suspects gaining access into the building by breaking windows and doors and two
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[media-credit id=433 align="alignnone" width="800"][/media-credit] Community members storm San Francisco District 10 supervisor Mali Cohen’s office at City Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016. The board heard from judges and members of the public to address findings of the Blue Ribbon Panel report
Gators women’s soccer team snapped their three game losing streak with a 1-0 shutout victory over California State University, San Marcos.
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[media-credit name="Brenna Cruz" align="alignright" width="607"][/media-credit] SF State Gators’ freshman defender Kelsie Bozart (24) chases the ball during their 1-0 win over Cal
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[media-credit name="Kin Lee" align="alignleft" width="398"][/media-credit] SF State Gator’s senior Benji Preciado run during the 30th Annual SF State Invite at Golden Gate Park’s Speedway Meadow on Friday, Oct 7, 2016. (Perng-chih Huang/Xpress)[/caption]
Growing up in the small Southern California city of Placentia, Benji
The second Presidential debate of 2016 began with the highly anticipated topic of Donald Trump’s sexual assault comments from a recently surfaced 2005 hot mic tape.
The tape was recorded prior to an interview with NBC “Today Show” host Billy Bush, published by the Washington Post,
California Faculty Association members pushed hard in favor of Prop 55 during a student press conference held on Thursday.
CFA President Jennifer Eagan and California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon led the conference and explained how the loss of the tax revenue would impact the state’s largest
After a yearlong search, SF State has appointed Jason Wu to head the University Police Department, according to a statement released Friday.
“Wu demonstrated himself to be a strong, strategic leader and creative problem solver with a clear student development focus,” the statement said.
The new police chief
An SF State student was found dead near Stonestown Galleria on Wednesday, according to a statement released by President Leslie E. Wong.
A police investigation is underway in the death of the student, accounting major Maxim Tolstov. Foul play is not suspected, according to the statement.
SF State was found guilty of retaliatory practices in a lawsuit brought by a former employee, in a verdict reached on Friday at San Francisco Superior Court.
The lawsuit was filed in February 2015 by Dr. Rashmi Gupta, who worked as an assistant professor of
The smell of sizzling tacos wafted through the air, as the sound of Buffalo Springfield’s ‘60s psychedelic rock song “For What It’s Worth” serenaded a crowd of about 40 at Malcolm X Plaza at the annual “Bite the Ballot!” voter registration event, Wednesday afternoon. The
Latinos, Chicanos and Mexican Americans comprise the largest ethnic group on the SF State campus. Combined, they make up nearly one-third of the student population. The majority of universities and colleges have shown increased enrollment across the country, but data shows graduation rates don’t rise
SF State was absent from the list of schools, published Friday, that announced awards of federal grant money given to eligible Hispanic Serving Institutions.
The University applied to one of the three grant programs offered, the HSI-STEM program, competing against 414 other institutions.
Belinda I. Reyes,
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Car break-ins near SF State and the surrounding Taraval area have risen 30 percent in two years, according to police incident reports.
There have been 46 auto burglary reports around SF State in 2016 so far. More than half of those incidents
The 2016 vice presidential debate took place Tuesday with moderator Elaine Quijano guiding the candidates. Quijano, a CBS anchor, is the first Asian American to moderate a VP debate.
Contrary to her predecessor Lester Holt, she appeared to keep both the candidates within their speaking
This semester, the Department of Special Education started the third cycle of its deaf-blindness training program to prepare graduate students in their role as special education teachers.
In 2014, a U.S. Department of Education grant of $997,685 funded the innovative program run in collaboration with the
The SF State Gators went toe-to-toe against the Dominguez Hills Toros in a competitive five-set game but fell short in a comeback attempt.
The Gators fell to a disappointing 1-11 record and remain winless in their last eight games. Despite the loss, the Gators put together
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[media-credit name="Courtesy of SF Planning Department " align="aligncenter" width="800"][/media-credit] Map of proposed Park Merced improvement. Outlines where the construction will take place in the neighborhood surrounding SF State.[/caption]
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an ordinance on Tuesday that will vacate
Scientists and educators gathered last week to hear a visiting professor’s latest research on the San Andreas Fault.
Kim Blisniuk, assistant professor in the department of Geology at San Jose State University, discussed the 100,000 year geomorphic history of large earthquake displacements on the fault in
The watermelon pink shirts with a recognizable PEACH symbol used to be a common sight in the quad and many could recognize them at first glance. The shirts were worn by members of Peer Education Advocating Campus Health created in 2005 to serve students through
A civil rights complaint has been made against SF State and specific faculty members alleging racial discrimination, conflicts of interest and violations of academic policies in the school’s hiring practices.
According to the complaint for damages and injunctive relief, filed in January in San Francisco Superior
This September, invitations were sent out to students, staff and faculty to form the first ever campus task force at SF State that will identify barriers to success for first-year students and develop a plan to combat student attrition.
“Research shows that freshmen student success
On a warm Monday evening, television screens flickered and heated discussions boomed as students both on and off campus watched the first presidential debate of the 2016 election.
In Parkmerced, the Republican Student Union, led by club president John Byerly, gathered to watch the debate
The life-size image of Donald Trump in the quad was not hard to notice, but the tape holding it together was less obvious. One member of the Republican Student Union stood guard next to the cardboard cutout in an effort to protect it from being