A video of an argument between two people in the lower level of the Cesar Chavez Student Center started gaining traction online Monday.
The video, titled "SFSU 2016 - Campus employee assaults white student for 'cultural appropriation,'" shows the student, Cory Goldstein, arguing with Associated Students, Inc. intern Bonita
Students from the College of Ethnic Studies lined up to air their grievances with President Leslie E. Wong during a tense town hall meeting Monday.
President Wong, who was joined by Academic Senate Chair Troi Carleton, used the meeting to talk about the importance of
SF State is partnering with 511 SF Bay and Enterprise Rideshare to bring vanpooling to campus employees starting March 1. Employees can join a Vanpool and commute from Contra Costa County, AlamedaCounty and San Mateo County.
Enterprise Vanpool is gathering groups of employees commuting to
President Leslie E. Wong responded to the list of demands from students and faculty of the College of Ethnic Studies Monday as promised in last Thursday’s meeting. In his statement, which he sent out via email to Ethnic Studies faculty and students and posted on his
In a meeting with President Leslie E. Wong Thursday morning, students, faculty and members of the campus community gathered to list their demands in response to news of potential spending cuts to the College of Ethnic Studies.
Nikko Martinez, the president of the Ethnic Studies Student
SF State’s forensics team snagged a victory this weekend, taking first place in the District Qualifier and Pacific Championship at the University of Southern California.
The tournament, held Sunday, Feb. 21 and Monday, Feb. 22, consisted of five match-ups against Stanford University, USC, Fresno
President Leslie E. Wong has banned hoverboards at SF State effective immediately.
In a meeting last Thursday, Wong said safety is his top priority and that banning hoverboards will help ensure students' safety.
Philippe Cumia, director of student housing and conference programs, sent an email
President Leslie E. Wong's refusal to sign a pouring rights agreement Nov. 19 drew critical interest from news organizations across the Bay Area, but also brought up the question of student power at SF State.
Wong stated in an email that he decided to decline the agreement
SF State will be getting a new statue in the near future as a part of 2015's Senior Class Gift campaign.
The statue, which has been dubbed the Gator Spirit Statue, will be a 10-foot bronzed gator featuring engraved plaques that can be purchased by current
The deadly shooting of Mario Woods in The Bayview district Nov. 2 prompted a possible revision of the San Francisco Police Department’s use-of-force policy, after the police chief's claims that the officers acted in self defense, according to SF Weekly.
SFPD Chief Greg Suhr presented witness
More than 200 people celebrated Project Connect’s 10-year anniversary at Jack Adams Hall, uniting current and former members of the program, as well as teachers from San Francisco's Unified School District.
Project Connect's mission is to promote higher education of the student body and help facilitate
The Associated Students Inc. town hall meeting to discuss the pouring rights agreement scheduled for Wednesday noon has been cancelled, according to ASI President Phoebe Dye. The topic will be discussed during the regular public ASI meeting at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Cesar Chavez
A female victim reported being sexually battered in the lobby of Burk Hall by an unknown male suspect Wednesday night, according to a university email sent out by Title IX Coordinator Luoluo Hong.
The suspect reportedly approached the victim on the pathway between Burk Hall and
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The Virginia gunman accused of killing a television reporter and cameraman live on the air Wednesday morning at 6:45 a.m. was believed to be an SF State graduate from the broadcasting department, official sources said.
“Right now all I can confirm
Sprigs of lavender, lavender tablecloths and lavender stoles decorated Jack Adams Hall May 17 for the Queer and Trans Resource Center's third annual Lavender Graduation. For SF State's LGBTQQIA students, it was a time of inspiration and triumph for the graduating class of 2015.
The Bible warned me about temptation, sin and most bad things in the world, but it didn’t warn me about the hell of trying to graduate college in four years.
While I give my high school a lot of credit for preparing me for college, they
As graduating students prepare for commencement, some will use the opportunity as a final form of student activism by putting their hands up to show solidarity for the victims of police shootings.
The Black Student Union and Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán are organizing students to participate in
The San Francisco Police Department responded to reports of a suspicious package in a neighborhood near 19th and Holloway avenues Wednesday night. Police tape blocked traffic and prevented pedestrians from entering the scene.
Now that classes are back in session and students have returned from winter break, the campus is back to its regular routine with restaurants open, staff workers back to work and students flooding the sidewalks. For most, the new semester signifies a fresh start, but
[caption id="attachment_62115" align="aligncenter" width="1024"][media-credit id=189 align="aligncenter" width="1024"][/media-credit] More than 10,000 honeybees thrive in a manmade hive located behind the Moffett lab on the secluded eighth floor of Hensill Hall. This is one of four hives purchased from beekeepers that are maintained by appointed faculty and
[caption id="attachment_62042" align="aligncenter" width="800"][media-credit name="Helen Tinna / Xpress" align="aligncenter" width="800"][/media-credit] Dorm resident Rainey walks to the designated smoking area on her way to her room in Mary Ward Hall Thursday, December 11, 2014. Rainey says that the dorms have been hot, because everybody is staying
After months of practice, edits and rewrites, theater students will premiere student-written plays at their annual Fringe Goes Long event.
Beginning three years ago, Fringe Goes Long was created as a program for the theater arts community. Full-length plays are edited throughout the semester and performed in
Mary Ann Begley replaced Joseph Greenwell April 30 as interim dean of students at SF State, a position she will have until a the university finds a permanent dean.
As acting dean, Begley, who has worked as director of residential life since 2010, oversees student recreation,
While most Bay Area residents are still dreaming of perfectly cooked turkeys, deliciously crafted gravies, and pumpkin pies made from decades-old family recipes, thousands of Native Americans and non-Natives flock to Pier 33 to sail off to Alcatraz before the sun rises on Thanksgiving Day.
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="614"] Kimmy Williams[/caption]
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="960"] Kimmy Williams[/caption]
Class of 2012
B.A. in humanities with a minor in Italian
Williams, born and raised in San Francisco, chose to attend SF State because of its consistent celebration of diversity.
Since graduating, Williams went the entrepreneurial route
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Patricia Martinez (left) and Julia Hernandez (right) address the crowd as students protest the use of Tasers on Malcolm X Plaza Friday, Nov. 22, 2013. Photo by / Benjamin Kamps[/caption]
The escalation of the Taser debate resulted in a rally in Malcolm
Students lift umbrellas and duck away under building overhangs as rain showers hit SF State Tuesday and Wednesday.
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1600"] As rain falls down on Malcolm X Plaza, Devoted Women for Change is the last of the organizations to remain tabling. Members Selena Galvez,
Educational & Referral Organization for Sexuality (EROS), and Associated Students, Inc. hosted its fifth annual Sexuality Career Fair yesterday to give students an opportunity to learn about careers in the sexuality field.
The event, held in Jack Adams Hall in the Cesar Chavez Student Center, featured
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1128"] Raul Ramirez was an SF State journalism professor for 30 years and died friday, Nov. 15, 2013. He was 67 years old. Photo credit: SF State Journalism Department[/caption]
Raul Ramirez, an award-winning journalist and longtime SF State lecturer, died of cancer Friday at
A group of students against the University Police Department’s proposed use of Tasers hosted a meeting in the Richard Oakes Multicultural Center, Cesar Chavez Student Center room T143, Tuesday, to discuss plans to protest Taser use until its demands are met.
The demands include full disclosure
Live streaming by Jasmin Taylor
A group of more than 50 students organized in Malcolm X Plaza, Thursday night, to speak out against the proposition of SF State University Police Department (UPD) carrying Tasers.
Students organized the event, but the audience was also comprised of ASI representatives
Last Thursday the Women's Center, an Associated Students Inc. program, and I-Team, a student-led group that works to create and promote Israel awareness on SF State's campus, combined efforts to a self-defense course for students.
The Krav Maga self-defense class took place on SF State's main
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1600"] Michael Santos speaks in front of Kelly Carroll's criminal law class at SF State on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013. Santos started teaching at SF State in August, 2013 after he was released from a 26-year prison sentence where he earned his
The Palestinian national anthem echoed through Jack Adams Hall last Thursday, as SF State hosted its sixth annual celebration of the campus’s mural honoring the late Edward Said, one of the most influential voices for the Palestinian struggle, and a strong advocator for peace