On September 1, SF State released an investigative report of the General Union of Palestinian Students’ protest of the SF Hillel event with Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat. The report was accompanied by a five-step protocol for the University police and student affairs to handle future
SF State is developing a program called the Causeways Initiative to help create a graduation pathway for incoming undergraduate health and science students.
Dean of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning Jennifer Summit said the initiative was created to address problems with low graduation rates and high
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[media-credit name="Brenna Cruz" align="alignleft" width="264"][/media-credit] SF State Gator's senior forward Kayleen Belda (3) shields the ball during their 2-1 loss against Central Washington University at Cox Stadium on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016.[/caption]
The SF State’s women’s soccer team began the 2016 season with
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[media-credit name="Kin Lee" align="aligncenter" width="267"][/media-credit] Adriana Calva of the SF State women's cross country team says the mistake she made last year s still in her head at the annual Fall Sports Media Day Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016.[/caption]
The SF State Gators enter
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[media-credit name="Lauren Saldana" align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] The newly installed 10-foot bronze Gator Spirit Statue stands in front of the Don Nasser Family Plaza at SF State on Monday, Aug. 29, 2016.[/caption]
On Tuesday, Aug. 16, the Gator Spirit Statue made its appearance by the
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[media-credit name="Perng-chih Huang" align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] SF State students walk to University Park North on Winston Drive, Monday, Aug. 29, 2016.[/caption]
When Stephanie Berrospe, sophomore criminal justice major moved into her new on-campus apartment at University Park North, she was met with an unexpected
Complaint for Damages
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Answer to First Amended Complaint
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Case Management Statement
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Notice of Time and Place of Trial
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List of breaches provided by Jonathan Morales, University spokesperson
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[media-credit name="Pablo Caballero" align="alignright" width="281"][/media-credit] Jennifer Summit, the interim provost and vice president of academic affairs talks during an interview in her office Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016[/caption]
When Jennifer Summit, dean of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning, steps into the position of interim
A former SF State information security officer claimed in a lawsuit that she was fired in a University attempt to sweep “under the rug” a 2014 hack involving a significant student records breach including financial records and password reset functions.
“We’ve had minor cases,” former employee
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[media-credit name="Aleah Fajardo" align="alignleft" width="384"][/media-credit] SF State's new Men's Soccer Head Coach Javier Ayala-Hill poses for a photo at the Cox Stadium on Monday, Aug. 22, 2016.[/caption]
SF State’s new Men’s Soccer Head Coach Javier Ayala-Hil grew up in East Palo Alto at
Update from University spokesperson Jonathan Morales: "UPD has reached out to individuals who may have knowledge of the incident and they ask anyone with more info to come forward to help them identify who may have written the message."
Faculty members of the SF State College
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[media-credit name="Nick Madden" align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] Current Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Sue Rosser sits in her office at SF State on Friday, Aug. 19, 2016[/caption]
Current Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Sue Rosser will join the California State University
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[media-credit id=359 align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] Residents wait to check into University Park North on Move-In Day at SF State, Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016.[/caption]
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[media-credit name="George Morin" align="alignleft" width="218"][/media-credit] San Diego native Nick Day, 18, an anthropology major, rolls his belongings on
Long lines snaked around the Student Services Building on Monday, Aug. 22 as students anxiously waited to speak with financial aid counselors.
“It’s crazy, it gets stacked up here every year,” said junior Nowell Francisco, who sat on the floor waiting for his turn. “It’s
SF State Vice President and Provost Sue Rosser will be leaving her position on Sept. 1, according to an announcement from President Wong on Thursday.
Rosser will be joining the California State University chancellor’s office as special advisor on research development and external partnerships, while
SF State administrators are in the early stages of plans to improve support for homeless and food insecure students.
Over the past year, administration has worked with the Associated Students Inc. on improving food support, and now will focus on centralizing resources for students, said Dean
A man was shot Tuesday at 12:20 a.m. at Lake Merced Boulevard and Higuera Avenue, according to an email safety alert from SF State Vice President of Student Affairs, LuoLuo Hong. San Francisco police arrived at the scene to find the victim who was
The aromas of perfume and barbeque sauce mingled in the breezy McCovey Cove air as graduates, their friends and their family filtered into sunny AT&T Park for the 2016 SF State Commencement on Friday.
[caption id="attachment_72520" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Graduates gathered in the stands at the 2016
One thing every graduating senior can probably agree on is how quickly their college journey passed. Some student-athletes have primarily focused on their sport and academics during their time at SF State, so there hasn’t been time for them to gain real-world experience. At least that’s the case
*Students' names have been changed to preserve confidentially.
The “SFSU Class of 2016” Facebook group page has transformed into a black market for the buying and selling of graduation tickets. A limit of seven tickets per student with purchase of graduation regalia has sparked this demand, as
Friday, SF State will host its first ever Electronic Music Class Show, where students from Music 436 will present their final synthesized music projects at The Depot.
"It's always a great experience for the students to have a culminating concert where they can display the work
Three SF State students have been diagnosed with chickenpox, a highly contagious disease also called Varicella, between April 23 and May 13, 2016 according to Alastair Smith, director of Student Health Services.
People may have been exposed to the chicken pox while on campus in the following areas: J. Paul
Pollsters, policy makers and educators gathered at the Seven Hills Conference Center on Monday to speak to a packed room about strategies to create funding streams for children through an organization called Funding the Next Generation.
“The basic premise of this effort is that this is
One hospitalization and 10 days later, the SF State administration and hunger strikers have come to an agreement and called an end to the strike.
“It’s disappointing that it took a hunger strike and that it took 10 days into a hunger strike to get it
After practically living in their practice and game uniforms for an entire season, SF State student athletes got to dress up and put on their best for the end of the year Student Athlete Banquet.
Held Tuesday night, laughter and excitement filled the air as athletes
President Leslie E. Wong surfaced for a press conference Monday behind closed doors in the Administration Building, expressing concern for the hunger strikers’ health and his commitment to creating “an open and deliberate process” to address the issues within the College of Ethnic Studies.
Whether she's diving and stretching her body out for ground balls or pivoting and driving her body to turn a clutch double play, shortstop Jennifer Lewis makes plays at an elite level.
Lewis is finishing her collegiate career with a slew of honors. She was named to the
Hunger striker Julia Retzlaff, 19, was rushed to Clínica Martín-Baró Monday around 10:30 p.m.
Doctors at Clínica Martín-Baró sent Retzlaff to Kaiser Permanente, where she received an IV. After three hours of care, Retzlaff returned to the hunger strike campsite around 2 a.m. Tuesday to sleep
Nearly 200 students and faculty gathered in the quad at 12:30 p.m. Monday for a press conference surrounding the four students who began a hunger strike last week in protest of what they consider a dismissal of their demands to defend and advance the College
The stands at Maloney Field were filled with emotion Sunday, as the SF State baseball team honored five seniors for senior day. Strong pitching from senior Peter Reyes helped the Gators avoid a season-ending four-game sweep, as they outlasted the Sonoma State Seawolves, 5-2.
It’s the top of the sixth. Bases are loaded. Two outs. The count is 0-2. The pitch fires from the mound. CRACK! And the Sonoma Seawolves score a 3-RBI double to cinch a win against SF State Friday, May 6.
The SF State men’s baseball team
SF State Vice President of Student Affairs Luoluo Hong sat down with approximately 30 supporters of the College of Ethnic Studies in response to the hunger strike to assist in “repackaging” the list of demands presented to administration by the Ethnic Studies Student Organization on
President Leslie E. Wong ordered his office locked down Wednesday in response to the hunger strike for the College of Ethnic Studies. Wong’s office is on the fifth floor of the Administration Building, and access to both the elevator and stairs has been blocked.
“When protest activity occurs
Ethnic studies changed 18-year-old Hassani Bell’s life.
“I grew up in East Oakland and I remember hearing gunshots from my window, feeling helpless, hating myself because I couldn’t help that person who would scream,” Bell said. “Just to know they were suffering – that was something
A group of SF State students began a hunger strike Monday, saying they will not eat until the administration allocates $8 million to the College of Ethnic Studies.
SF State students and faculty gathered in Malcolm X Plaza Monday to protest the SF State budget and looming spending cuts to the College of
San Francisco has passed new legislation in an effort to become more energy efficient. All new buildings constructed in San Francisco must be outfitted with solar panels. The new bill passed unanimously and will take effect at the beginning of 2017.
The new bill does not apply to