31 Oct 2018

Before you vote…

Election season is coming up, so here’s what you need to know before election day on Nov. 6. Before You Vote Before thinking about what or who to vote for,

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31 Oct 2018

New generation of voters eager to cast ballot

After being forced to stand idly by during the presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, many first time voters at SF State are eager to have a say

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31 Oct 2018

SF State alumnus unsolved murder provokes the essence of grief in gun violence epidemic

It has been nearly two months since the unsolved murder of SF State alumnus Shane Colombo. More than 2,132 miles apart, Colombo’s fiance Vincent Perez resided in San Francisco, the

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31 Oct 2018

Streamers, gamers and community take over San Jose for TwitchCon

With the fourth annual convention held this past weekend at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center, TwitchCon was the place to be for tens of thousands of an ever-growing internet

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31 Oct 2018

Gators test themselves in a purple and gold scrimmage

Gators wrestling rumbles in a tune-up alumni day scrimmage, giving the crowd 11 battles to watch at the Swamp on Saturday, Oct. 27. SF State’s weight class picture cleared up

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26 Oct 2018

Sole thoughts podcast Ep:1

Sneakers are a popular fashion statement for many, but with new pairs releasing every month and the cost increasing every year, it can be difficult for students to afford new

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25 Oct 2018

Two key goals earn Tami Kwong CCAA player of the week

SF State forward Tami Kwong was named the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) player of the week for Oct. 15-21 in women’s soccer. Kwong was a key part in the

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25 Oct 2018

Xpress Lab podcast Ep:1

EPISODE 1: LITHIUM ION BATTERY Rechargeable batteries are so deeply intertwined into our lives, but they mainly sit silently inside our devices hidden away from view. Much like the mitochondria,

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25 Oct 2018

Town Business Podcast Ep:1

EPISODE 1: OAKLAND A’S SEASON Brandon Tanguma goes over the surprising 2018 season of the Oakland Athletics. He reviews all the key players including the Gold Glove contending Matt Chapman

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25 Oct 2018

SF State alumni inducted into hall of fame

Three SF State alumni will be inducted in the Alumni Hall of Fame next month for their works in asthma research in minority children, increasing awareness of police brutality, and

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24 Oct 2018

SF State wins first in five against Stanislaus State 3-1, climbs CCAA playoff ladder.

SF State handled the Stanislaus State Warriors 3 sets to 1 last night at Cox Stadium, getting their first win since Wednesday, Oct. 6. The Gators snapped a four-game losing

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24 Oct 2018

Justice for David Josiah Lawson

Eighteen months. That’s how long it has been since the murder of David Josiah Lawson, and the case remains unsolved. Lawson was a 19-year-old sophomore criminal justice student at Humboldt

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24 Oct 2018

Marriott recruitment event cancelled after student protest

Students rallied outside of SF State’s Business Building around noon on Tuesday to protest Marriott employers coming onto campus to recruit business students to their company and explore its opportunities.

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23 Oct 2018

Twitter’s newest fad: #HimToo

#HimToo is Twitter’s newest fad; to many’s dismay. Many people believe the viral hashtag is a cruel play on words mocking the #MeToo movement. However, #HimToo goes much deeper than

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23 Oct 2018

Previewing men’s basketball ahead of upcoming season

With their season set to tip off on Oct. 26 against Division I University of Nevada in an exhibition game, there are plenty of storylines for the Golden Gators headed

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23 Oct 2018

Previewing women’s hoops upcoming season

After a disappointing 2017-18 season, the SF State women’s basketball team looks to turn the program around heading into the 2018-19 season.  The Lady Gators will be led by first-year

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23 Oct 2018

BART security strategies clash with distrustful ridership

The past year’s surge of violence on BART has the transit board struggling to reconcile the need to increase policing with a population that’s mistrustful and even hostile towards law

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23 Oct 2018

Trump disregards slayed journalist

The Saudi government confirmed on Oct. 20, three weeks after the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist, that he was murdered. Khashoggi went missing on

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23 Oct 2018

Veterans deliberate solutions to dissolve war in Afghanistan

In 2001, less than a month after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, the U.S. started Operation Enduring Freedom, kickstarting U.S. operations in Afghanistan.  After an allied military assault on Kabul,

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23 Oct 2018

Students lead Nicaraguan revolt to topple devious government leader

On April 19, 2018, a student-led protest in Nicaragua quickly escalated into a national rebellion demanding that President Daniel Ortega and his wife and Vice President Rosario Murillo step down. 

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23 Oct 2018

A year later, tragic fire looms in memory

On the one year anniversary of the North Bay Fires that ravaged Sonoma and Napa counties and its surroundings, SF State alumnus Michael Celona, a retired San Francisco firefighter, reflected

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22 Oct 2018

Men’s soccer stuns Chico State in overtime, clinch postseason berth on senior day.

An overtime goal clinched the CCAA playoffs for SF State in a grueling 1-0 home victory over the Chico State Wildcats on Sunday, Oct. 21. The final game of the

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22 Oct 2018

Gators hand Chico State first loss, clinch postseason berth

Women’s soccer scored a last-minute goal to hand Chico State their first loss of the season and clinch a spot in the postseason for the first time since 2010. SF

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21 Oct 2018

Cherry Glazerr brings feminist punk to SF State

Los Angeles-based femme grunge-punk band Cherry Glazerr brought gritty guitar riffs, funky bass-lines and unapologetically empowering lyrics to SF State’s campus Thursday night in Jack Adams Hall. Frontwoman Clementine “Clem”

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19 Oct 2018

Creative writing professor readies debut book, tells story on becoming a writer

Walking down the hall in a red trench coat, professor Chai makes her way down to her office. In the typical San Francisco weather, where the air is moist and

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18 Oct 2018

El Podcast Ep.4

  On the fourth episode of El Podcast, we discuss millennial loteria, a fun new twist on the classic game of loteria. We also discuss the state of journalist living

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18 Oct 2018

Commuter podcast Ep.1

One of the most prevalent aspects about working or going to school in San Francisco is that not all of us are able to actually live here. For many of

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18 Oct 2018

Off Top Tuesday, where depression, drugs and history mix

From sex, depression, drugs and heritage, no topic was left undiscussed at The Depot last night. Going off of words in a mystery envelope or vibing off the rapper next

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17 Oct 2018

Smooth sounds abound at Treasure Island Music Festival

Rosy sunsets, good food and a wealth of diverse music set the tone right at this year’s Treasure Island Music Festival. After taking a year off, the festival made its

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16 Oct 2018

Former Gators return to SF State for annual softball alumni game

The 2019 Gators fell 7-8 to the alumni Gators softball team Saturday, in a game that was stretched to 10 innings to give alumni pitchers to get some playing time,

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16 Oct 2018

Shoestring budget stymies shuttle service

SF State’s Daly City BART Express Shuttles ferry students from BART to campus and back every ten to 15 minutes, five days a week, or it’s supposed to, anyway. During

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16 Oct 2018

SF State to remove baseball field, tennis court

SF State plans to replace its baseball field and tennis courts with a new “eco-space,” leaving the baseball team to move to a high school stadium. The plan, which appears

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16 Oct 2018

Self-proclaimed Nazi enrolls in race and resistance studies class

An SF State student’s hateful ideology was exposed on Tuesday, Oct. 9 when flyers were posted anonymously warning the student body that “a violent Nazi” was in their midst. The

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15 Oct 2018

Thousands join national strike over Marriot labor disputes

“No Contract – No Peace!” “Uno, dos, tres, quatro… Que queremos? Un contrado!” Picketers and strikers took to the streets chanting and banging objects outside  the Marriott Marquis on Mission

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15 Oct 2018

Travis Scott: A rager for a new generation

“‘99 took Astroworld, it had to relocate – Told the dogs I’d bring it back; it was a seal of faith,” proclaims Travis Scott on his track “Stargazing” off his

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12 Oct 2018

San Francisco hosts Fleet Week

The howl of jet engines hissed as the Blue Angels sped over San Francisco. The smell of bacon-wrapped hot dogs filled the air as an F-18 Hornet flew overhead, wings

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