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
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Mayor Nir Barkat of Jerusalem canceled his upcoming visit to SF State due to dissatisfaction with the event’s organization and lack of publicity.
“The university offered a ticketed, limited event, and no legitimate effort was made on the part of the university to
Politicians and activists came together for the Cesar E. Chavez Mural Celebration to discuss a plethora of issues concerning activism and community involvement on Thursday afternoon.
Forty to 50 people in Jack Adams Hall watched closely as panelists talked about voting and legislation. San Francisco Board
Students and allies gathered in Malcolm X Plaza to recognize “A Day Without Womxn” Tuesday afternoon.
“We want to represent women who can’t leave school or work,” said 19-year-old Chloe Bogle, a political science major. “It’s our way or resisting.”
Though the event was organized by
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
By Nick Ciccetti
Surrounded by a city cloaked in ecological friendliness, a group of students at SF State are doing their best to force the University to align their investments with the principles of the community.
Calling themselves San Francisco State Fossil Free, a group of twenty
Many SF State students are trying to secure jobs and internships that will propel them into their future careers. Going out into a workforce not full of many options, both freshman and graduating seniors have to push ahead of the pack in order to score their
As I made my way toward a restroom in the Business Building, I was told many times to stay away, but I reassured myself I was going.
I entered and stood in shock. The easily grossed-out germaphobe in me wanted to run away, but the hulking
If new management takes over the SFSU Bookstore, it could shift from a nonprofit to a corporation for the first time in 58 years. Barnes and Noble and Follett Corporation are currently interested in buying the store.
Interviews and editing by Carolyn Copeland. Shot by Henry Nguyen
Xpress editors hit the mean streets of SF State to find out what students have planned for Spring Break.
From flying to Puerto Rico to getting shoulder surgery, students have of variety of activities planned for the break.
Edited and produced by Gil Riego Jr., Nelson Estrada
SF State students will soon see an increase in a mandatory recreation center fee of $35 that is paid with tuition.
The fee not only covers costs for students to use the current facilities, but also will be used to build a new facility to be completed several
Xpress editors went around campus to ask students what kind of material purchases make them the happiest.
Interviews by Angela Raiford. Shot by Henry Nguyen. Video produced by Godofredo Vasquez.
Editors Michelle Olson and Godofredo Vasquez hit the SF State campus in search of students' views on whether candidates for the SF State’s president position should or should not visit the campus before being elected.
The California State University Board of Trustees approved a measure last
In the midst of the genesis of the Occupy SFSU encampment, Xpress reporter Spencer DeVine asks a small sample of students, what they think this gathering will accomplish.
Footage by Gil Riego Jr.
Interviews and produced by Spencer DeVine.
Reporters Ruby Perez and Devery Sheffer ask SF State students to share their opinions on the dangerous world of "friends with benefits."
Filmed by Ruby Perez and Devery Sheffer.
Produced by Ruby Perez.
Xpress reporter, Kealan Cronin, and sports editor, Godofredo Vasquez ask students how they keep healthy with the food options on campus.
Video by Godofredo Vasquez.
Interviews and produced by Kealan Cronin.
Xpress editor Juan De Anda and photographer Cynthia Waters hit the streets to find out what SF State professors say they hope to accomplish through the informational picketing which took place on the corner of 19th and Holloway avenues Nov. 8.
Edited by Juan De Anda
San Francisco is no stranger to off-beat and unique outfits on its streets, but Halloween gives people a new closet to dig their outfits from.
From a bearded lady to mustached plumbers, SF State offers a collection eccentrically costumed student population.
Here is just a sample of what could
Students are no strangers to stress. With work, school, finances and family to worry about, stress tends to be an unwelcome presence in many students' lives. But how should they deal? Xpress asks SF State students what grinds their gears and how they choose to
Reporter Katherine Yau and Multimedia Editor Gil Riego Jr. ask students if they would support a faculty strike.
Editors Caitlin Olson and Gil Riego Jr. ask students what they would feel if their parents decided to join an SF State focused PTA for college students.
With every student paying $51 in student fees, Xpress editors Gil Riego Jr. and Godofredo Vasquez venture off into the SF State campus asking people what should the Associated Students Inc. do with our part of their budget.
Jerry Brown has a big decision to make. The California State Assembly approved the second part of a two-bill package, more commonly known as the California Dream Act, which is now awaiting the governor's signature before it can be signed into law. The Dream Act
The California State University Board of Trustees voted to raise student tuition 22 percent, and SF State students were asked to share their thoughts on the matter. We asked what students would tell the CSU Board of Trustees if they could say anything about recent tuition hikes.
With the cost of higher education steadily increasing, SF State students reassess the worth of a bachelor's degree in today's competitive job market.
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Devian Reyes, a