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A dormant accounting program at SF State is currently under review for
A dormant accounting program at SF State is currently under review for possible termination.
The Educational Policies Council, a committee dedicated to discussing curriculum and academic policy issues, unanimously voted at their Sept. 12 meeting in favor of discontinuing The Certificate in the Study of Public
[caption id="attachment_78635" align="alignnone" width="800"] The Educational Policy Council discusses a proposal to discontinue a certificate from the Study of Public Accountancy Program at SF State on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. (Bryan Ramirez/Golden Gate Xpress)[/caption]
A dormant accounting program at SF State is currently under review for
Massive change is on the way for Holloway Avenue as SF State gears up to construct two buildings approved by the CSU Board of Trustees over the summer.
The Creative Arts & Holloway Mixed-Use Project will demolish 46 units of student housing within two separate blocks of University Park
SF State’s School of Cinema is listed as one of the best film schools in the country for the fourth year in a row.
The Hollywood Reporter published its annual ranking of top film schools and placed the School of Cinema as 22nd in the country
Some faculty and students within College of Ethnic Studies (COES) are upset at President Leslie E. Wong for not fulfilling demands he promised the COES after the protest from May of last year.
Wong signed a contract with the four hunger strikers of the Third
In the current political climate where social unrest pervades college campuses around the country, some SF State students think the university is at odds with its own values of equity, inclusion and diversity.
With only the third week underway in the new school semester, the university
The first-ever discussion forum hosted by the new Division of Equity and Community Inclusion (DECI) office turned into an event that focused more on quality than quantity.
About a quarter of the two-tiered circle of chairs in Jack Adams Hall was filled as DECI hosted an
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***Clarification: A previous version of this article wrote that the University filed a motion with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California dismissing the complaint. The correct phrasing is that the University filed a motion to dismiss the complaint. This article has
** This story was originally printed with information that stated that the new Creative Arts building would include housing and retail. The correct information is that there is a new Creative Arts building and a new housing building separately slated for construction. This change has
The long-awaited grand opening of the Mashouf Wellness Center came to fruition Tuesday, Aug. 29 with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting and a series of distinguished speakers that included benefactor Manny Mashouf and SF State President Les E. Wong.
The Wellness Center, which broke ground in 2015,
The dean of the College of Ethnic Studies Department (COES) at SF State filed a lawsuit yesterday, suing the University for unlawful discrimination, harassment, retaliation and defamation.
On Wednesday, Aug. 23, Kenneth P. Monteiro, Ph.D., dean of the COES, filed the suit in the San
SF State’s on-campus crime rate has increased by 43 percent, according to the latest Annual Security and Fire Safety Report released Aug.11.
The report, which includes data from 2013 to 2015, shows a general decrease in crime apart from the three exceptions responsible for the
After over a year of either anticipation or anger about an upcoming increase in student fees, the SF State Gator Pass is now officially in effect.
The Gator Pass, which doubles as a student ID card and Clipper card, provides free, unlimited rides on Muni buses
The Mashouf Wellness Center opens its doors to SF State’s campus on Wednesday, Aug. 23, and students, faculty and staff are eagerly awaiting its arrival.
The center, available to students, faculty and staff, will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony in the main entrance plaza on Tuesday,
As students and faculty looked toward the sky this morning with every intention of seeing the first solar eclipse of the century, they were met with a different view– or lack thereof.
The department of physics and astronomy gathered in the Quad today from 9
** Ian Williams contributed to this article.
The HSS building was shut down earlier today due to police activity in the wake of a bomb threat, according to Mary Kenny, director of news and new media.
Kenny said in an email that the University had received a
The suspect in the killing of an SF State student pleaded not guilty to all counts this morning at the San Mateo County Superior Court in Redwood City.
Frederick Tran is on trial for the slaying of Ariana Hatami, his girlfriend, on the night of Dec. 17,
After working vigorously hard on not just creating art pieces, but creating a thesis through their metamorphosing art pieces, for the past three years, SF State’s 2017 Masters of Fine Art opened their final art exhibit in the Fine Arts Gallery. The opening reception held
In an interview with Xpress, San Francisco State University Interim Provost Jennifer Summit sat down to discuss the CSU Graduation 2025 Initiative. The initiative aims to “raise attention rates, strengthen student learning and improve student experience at all levels,” according to the “Student Success and
After hitting multiple roadblocks when trying to meet graduation requirements, BECA student Tim Blair was finally able to graduate in Winter 2016 – two years after his original expected graduation date.
“I always had issues with classes,” Blair said, noting the time blocks of classes was
SF State’s Ideas Week drew hundreds of students, faculty and staff who gave their input as to what they want to see in the University’s future developments.
In an effort to create a community-based master plan for the revitalization of its facilities, the University held events
Additional reporting by Ian Sumner
Tensions are rising between pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian supporters on campus, as both groups speak out against the unsettling climate they feel the University administration has created.
President Leslie E. Wong’s rocky history with the local Jewish community, including the two attempts to
A line overflowed outside the Cesar Chavez Student Center as students waited to pick up their Gator Pass made available for the first time Monday afternoon.
The pass, which becomes effective in the fall, doubles as a Clipper card and student ID, gives students unlimited free
Four Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts majors from SF State were chosen as finalists for the competitive and nationwide Television Foundation’s Internship Program offered by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The competitive program offers a variety of different categories for students to apply
The David Horowitz Freedom Center distributed posters on campus today as part of a campaign criticizing Students for Justice in Palestine of being puppets for Hamas terrorists.
The posters, also posted on Stop the Jew Hatred on Campus website run by the Freedom Center, portray the
J. The Jewish News of Northern California published a duo of damning articles this evening outlining President Wong’s rocky history with the Jewish community on campus.
The publication, which covers a range of topics that pertain to the Northern California Jewish community, published a news story alongside
A science lab is often stocked with white laboratory coats and more often than not those laboratory coats are worn by white scientists, but professional Leticia Marquez-Magana has dedicated her career to opening the door for minority students.
At a young age, Marquez-Magana became interested in
By Jason Rejali
SF State’s policy to terminate under-enrolled classes will affect students and teachers alike who fear the impact this will have on their futures.
“I’ve had teachers call me, breaking down crying because they were afraid of losing their medical benefits because they wouldn’t have
The new board members of Associated Students, Inc. took their oaths in Jack Adams Hall on Monday, after weeks of careful deliberation on how to address conflicts surrounding the election.
Jacqueline Foley, ASI’s official new president, is releasing a statement this week focusing on moving forward.
The Associated Students, Inc. board of directors ruled that a re-election would be too expensive after the judicial council made the proposal due to grievances candidates filed against one another.
Candidates filed grievances against one another this past month during the ASI election, claiming that their
Refuse Fascism hosted a teach-in Tuesday in the Richard Oakes Multicultural Center to educate students about the dangers of the Trump administration and what they can do to stop Trump’s actions.
The teach-in featured four speakers and focused on what they consider to be fascist undertakings
With the Campus Master Plan set to be presented to the CSU Board of Trustees next month, the SF State Physical Planning and Development Department is hosting a series of events focused on student outreach and collaboration in an attempt to make students part of
**Charlotte Mackay contributed to this article
Domestic violence took the lives of two SF State students in a two-year time span, the most recent case is ongoing.
The first victim was Cecilia Lam who was shot by her boyfriend in October 2014. He was released from jail
Bioswales - yes, bioswales - brought interior design majors and community organizers together on the West Campus Green at SF State Thursday to celebrate Earth Day.
This is the third year that associate professor Karen Johnson-Carroll has had her Business Practices for Interior Design class transplant
Interactive map created by Rita Berrios Riquelme
The red dots date where Roundup and Roundup Pro Max has been used this semester, while the blue dots date where Avenger AG has been used.
Students from Fossil Free SFSU are seeking 3,000 signatures for a petition urging administrators to