Congratulations are in order for the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Congratulations for making it to one of the biggest sporting events in the country. But not everyone
The Associated Students Inc. Board of Directors hit the ground running this semester with talk of big change at their first meeting. The board is reviewing its lawspeaker position, which has judiciary
The SF State women’s basketball team fell short of a victory at home against Cal State San Bernardino Friday despite a strong start in the first half. In spite of a
For the first time in nearly a decade, SF State men’s wrestling team can finally say that they beat Stanford University. “It was awesome,” said graduating senior Pierre Bondoc. “We haven’t beaten
Protesters gathered in front of City Hall Tuesday afternoon against the sale of the University of San Francisco’s bandwidth for radio station KUSF to the University of Southern California. “They
Recently approved general education requirements at SF State promise to better align the campus with its goal of sustainability and educate students on how to live a greener life both
Showing that you’re in love with someone doesn’t usually involve a sailor’s costume with a hula hoop or a coordinated magic act on trampolines, but a new San Francisco performance
A basketball game is often won at the free-throw line when two physical and intense teams combine to commit 40 fouls. With two minutes and twenty five seconds remaining in
Story by Melissa-Ann Reyes A string of lights illuminated the stage just above the half-pipe as the chaotic pulse of music – bass, cello, drums, guitar, keyboards, trumpet and the
UPAC’S plan to merge the University from eight colleges to six involves combining colleges that sometimes have little or nothing to do with each other.
[X]press Readers, I am pleased to welcome you to the first issue of the Golden Gate [X]press for the spring 2011 semester. My name is Kelsey Avers and I will
Between 2008 and 2009, former SF State cheer coach Ashlee Nicole Haley allegedly spent more than $20,000 of cheer club funds on personal expenditures. This included food, rent and a trip
In light of the upcoming tax season, students and faculty who earn less than $49,000 annually can have their tax returns done for free. The SF State chapter of the Volunteer
Towering over her teammates, senior center Dominique Hunter leads the women’s basketball team as the team’s most experienced captain. Standing at 6 foot 1 inch, the tallest player on the team by
One million dollars may sound like a lot of money to the individual. But as a savings solution proposed to combat an existing $18 million SF State deficit or the
The SF State wrestlers emerge from a grueling winter schedule bruised and battered–but not broken. With the Gators traveling for most of winter recess–first to the National Wrestling Coaches Association Duals in
When Gov. Jerry Brown began the process of passing a budget for the 2011-2012 fiscal year by releasing his proposal earlier this month, he detailed the grim outlook for California’s higher
A Penske rental truck drove onto the Muni track in front of SF State at 10:46 a.m. today after swerving onto the track at the intersection of 19th and Holloway avenues, according to metro inspector Carmel Debono.
Despite ending their four-game road trip with a 3-1 record, the SF State men’s basketball team is not satisfied. One game in particular that first-year head coach Paul Trevor would like for
In the wake of the 10.8 percent cut to enrollment experienced during spring 2010, a one-time increase in state funding opened the door to approximately 2,000 new students at SF
If you had told Garry Shandling 30 years ago that 1,400 people would pay money and crowd into a theater to see him, he probably would have made a joke that
Thousands of anti-abortion and abortion rights advocates flooded The Embarcadero’s Justin Herman Plaza on Saturday for the seventh annual Walk for Life West Coast. The rally occurred amidst heightened attention over
Welcome to another semester at SF State. Only this time, the typical dread of ending the month-long winter holiday and going back to school should be the least of your
Following a months-long stand off between progressives and moderates on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, Edwin Lee was unanimously voted in as interim mayor of San Francisco on Jan. 11.
There was a gun shot in the dark, a scream, and suddenly there was a dead body on the floor of the billiards room, and everyone was a suspect. Colonel
The University Planning Advisory Council released a 13-page report today with several recommendations for easing the estimated $32 million deficit that now faces SF State. The 12-member council, established in December 2009
Ashlee Nicole Haley, the former SF State cheer coach, charged with multiple felonies including grand theft, made her appearance in San Francisco Superior Court today for a pre-hearing conference at
New budget proposal cuts education funding in order to balance state budget.
Todd Eugene Kendrick, an 18-year-old freshman at SF State, loved video games and his pet lizards. He had a veracious appetite for life and never feared trying new things. He
With Gavin Newsom now Lt. Gov.-elect, the city charter states that the board of supervisors chooses the new interim mayor. That was five weeks ago…and counting.
Like pangs in expanding legs and arms, the SF State Gators women’s basketball team is experiencing growing pains with their second loss during the California Collegiate Athletic Association/Pac West Challenge
Bridalplasty, which debuted Nov. 28, features a group of engaged women competing for a laundry list of surgical procedures.
A group of LGBT supporters and activists gathered at the United Nations Plaza in downtown San Francisco Dec. 11 to condemn the international organization’s mid-November vote to exclude gays from
The SF State Academic Senate recently passed a policy that will require faculty to include on their syllabi University-approved student learning outcomes. These outcomes will be linked to assignments students