Playing professional basketball is a dream not many have been able to realize or even have gotten a shot at.
Luckily for former SF State basketball player Israel Hakim, he’s been given his chance and is trying to make the most of it.
Hakim is currently playing
Sturdy, sound and as humble as ever, alumnus and former Olympic weightlifting coach Jim Schmitz returned to campus to teach an Olympic-style weightlifting seminar to students for the first time at SF State.
Schmitz was on the SF State football team during his freshman year in
Fabric is plastered all over the walls of Room 122 in the Creative Arts building, alive and vibrant. Rachel Herscher is seen scurrying around the room, picking up clothes and accessories from fabric tables and dressing up the actors in potential costumes for this year’s theater
Sago is a semi-sweet dessert that can be eaten cold or warmed up, making it a perfect selection for any weather. Throughout San Francisco, small Asian cafes harbor the delicious yet relatively unknown dessert.
According to a study done by the Department of Biosource Production Science
Senate Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi hosted a press conference on April 15 at the San Francisco Labor Council to highlight the impact President Trump’s tax plan has had on California’s working families — a day before the federal tax deadline.
According to an analysis by the Tax
Students are welcome to be a part of and learn from professionals from the Film, Music, Performing Arts, Broadcasting & Immersive & Social Media industry this Wednesday April 18 at 10 a.m at the Jack Adams Hall.
The discussion panel will consist of SFSU alumni, Jannette
SF State lecturer Joanne Derbort, former assigning editor at The Press Democrat, along with the paper’s staff won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in the Breaking News category for their coverage of the Santa Rosa and Sonoma County fires last October.
“I’ve always described this newsroom
Blue and yellow lights lit SF State’s Annex venue. Anticipated fans cheered in the crowd as T-Pain jumped on stage for the 8th Annual Music Festival hosted by Associated Students Inc. on Saturday night.
The festival started with a DJ outside the Annex and a canopy
Like all Americans, I was horrified and angry about the Stoneman Douglas shooting. We all want to protect our schools but the focus on firearms will only lead to knee-jerk laws that criminalize and alienate millions of Americans, including some of my friends who are
Imagine you’re 20, sitting in the bowels of Madison Square Garden, dressed to impress.
You’re there with 101 other top athletes, anticipating a moment that will be unforgettable and potentially life-changing. The moment when all your hard work and many hours of practice finally pay off.
The graphic displays the upcoming games for the SF State baseball (13-19) and softball (18-24) teams for the month of April. It also includes statistics regarding the teams' season record thus far. The data was collected from the SF State Athletics website to show the
Seniors who frequently visit Mashouf Wellness Center can reap one more added benefit after graduation this spring: investor credit.
Those who work out regularly in the newly opened gym have different memberships available to them, aside from current enrollment and using the facilities for free. One
SF State University Police hosted an interactive seminar last week to build awareness within SF State faculty and staff about active shooters.
Lieutenant Wailun Shiu opened up the seminar by asking crowd members what they valued in their lives and asked them to keep that on their
Assistant wrestling coach, graduate student and a California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) fellow — just one of these job titles would carry a hectic schedule to maintain on its own.
For Olympic hopeful and super-human Orry Elor, he manages all three — with some time
Students and faculty were abruptly forced to evacuate from the Humanities building after a fire alarm went off around 4 p.m.
The University Police Department stated that it was a false alarm after police scouted the area. There was also no signs of fire or smoke.
Sudents from a variety of environmentally-conscious groups on campus held their first Sustainability Assembly meeting on April 5 to discuss their concerns about environmental issues impacting student life on campus.
The meeting, led by HSS Rep. Haile Fenske, focused on setting goals for the future of
Authorities from both the San Francisco and San Jose Police Departments are searching for a man who stole a shotgun from his family’s home in San Jose late last night.
Police reported that the suspect wrote a 20-page manifesto where he threatens to kill civilians,
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The California Faculty Association (CFA), along with student and faculty members from all 23 California State Universities, held a rally on Wednesday April 4, calling attention to Gov. Jerry Brown and legislatures in Sacramento regarding issues relating to the decline
A stable of pitchers and a breakout fifth inning helped The Gators return to winning ways with a 6-1 victory over the Holy Names Hawks on Monday, April 2 at Maloney Field.
SF State erased a one-run deficit in the fifth, in which they put up
The search is finally over as a new head athletic director has been named at SF State.
The University announced the hiring of Stephanie Shrieve-Hawkins on March 29, after months of searching for the right candidate.
SF State President Leslie Wong released a statement shortly after the
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has voted to rename SFO Terminal 1 in Harvey Milk’s name.
Milk was the first openly gay elected official to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors until his assassination by then Supervisor Dan White in 1978.
“He was more than just
Tensions were high at the town hall meeting at Balboa High School regarding the police-related shooting of a 21-year-old man at a barbershop in the outer Mission as an altercation broke out during the public forum.
On Wednesday, March 21, Jehad Eid was shot and
Sometimes the best intentions can come off in the worst way possible. Last week, an ad campaign rolled out posters within San Francisco’s public transit system advocating tech companies to hire U.S. workers instead of foreign labor.
The campaign was paid for by Progressives for Immigration
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In the weeks following the campus-wide apology email February 23 from SF State President Leslie E. Wong to the Jewish community, the long-standing political and ideological tensions on campus reignited, tearing into the fabric of campus life.
The two major
A stable of pitchers and a breakout fifth inning helped the Gators return to winning ways with a 6-1 victory over Holy Names on Monday, April 2 at Maloney Field.
SF State erased a one-run deficit in the fifth, in which they put up four runs
The California Faculty Association along with all 23 California State Universities have organized a rally taking place on April 4, calling attention to Gov. Jerry Brown and legislatures in Sacramento about the continuing decline in CSU funding, tuition hikes, racism and discrimination and protecting DACA
The woman who shot and injured three people before taking her own life at the San Bruno YouTube campus on Tuesday visited a gun range hours before the attack, according to local officers.
Nasim Aghdam then brought her 9mm Smith & Wesson to the San
According to the American Press Institute, the purpose of journalism is “to provide citizens with the information they need to make the best possible decisions about their lives, their communities, their societies, and their governments.” In order to fulfill our purpose as responsible journalists and
SF State has found its new athletic director, and she comes with Gator ties.
Stephanie Shrieve-Hawkins was officially announced as athletic director on Thursday, March 29.
Shrieve-Hawkins’ most recent position was as associate athletic director at Saint Mary’s. She “supervised multiple sports programs, academic and student services,
Gender representation is an issue in the forefront of the social justice conversation with trending topics like #Metoo and #ShePersisted. Representation in the sciences has been a contentious issue for decades and scientists like Marie Curie and Katherine Johnson are under-celebrated in the field.
On April 4th – the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of Dr. King – the California Faculty Association (CFA) and Students for Quality Education (SQE) invite our campus community to join us in Sacramento as we demand additional state funding for the California State University.
Police have confirmed that five people were hit by a white GMC van at Illinois and 24th streets according to the app Citizen.
Police responded to the incident call around 10:30 a.m. and found the victims and the suspects vehicle reportedly fled the scene.
Any college basketball team that reaches 11 straight Final Fours is obviously going to be plastered all over every news site, right?
That’d be the case if the University of Connecticut’s women’s basketball team was the opposite gender.
UConn just surpassed John Wooden’s UCLA dynasty’s record for
The women’s track and field team started the outdoor season off with a bang, coming in with the No. 1 ranking in the nation, according to the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). This is the highest outdoor ranking that the
Throughout America hundreds of thousands of protesters rallied for social change and common sense gun laws as a part of the March For Our Lives campaign in response to numerous school shootings on March 24.
Ibraheem Chaudrey, a 21-year-old undergraduate student at SF State studying computer
After a two-year process, SF State’s farmers market will soon be able to accept Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards to address food insecurity on campus.
In 2016, the CSU Chancellor’s Office released a report indicating that approximately “one in four students were food insecure and one