When professor Joseph “Joe” Tuman gave a lecture on the regulation of Internet content to a packed classroom, he offered no hint that he was also running for mayor of Oakland. But the communications professor, who has been teaching at SF State since 1987, spent
The pre-trial hearing for former SF State professor Mark Landis was postponed until Jan. 6 due to his absence, said Superior Court Judge Harold Kahn today in court.
According to defense attorney Thanh Ngo, Landis did not have to be present since his charges are still
The Nov. 4 midterm election brought new and repeat voters to the three polling locations within SF State proximity, who helped determine local and statewide races and propositions.
Some campaigns encountered heavy competition, including the District 17 State Assembly seat that pit supervisors David Chiu and
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600"] Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest in front of the Port of Oakland shipyard in an effort to block Israeli cargo company Zim Integrated Shipping Services Ltd. Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014. Alma Villegas/Xpres.[/caption]
A crowd of pro-Palestinian protesters rallied last Sunday in West Oakland as
The accreditation saga of City College of San Francisco embarked on a new chapter yesterday as the trial against the accrediting commission threatening its existence commenced.
Dozens of demonstrators gathered outside the courthouse in support of City College and many made their way upstairs to the
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="500"] Portrait of Cecilia Lam. Sunny Faichung Lam / Special to Xpress.[/caption]
Roller backpack in tow, Cecilia Lam would tap down the campus halls with her Hello Kitty walking-cane, her sounds alerting classmates and faculty of her presence. Lam, a fearlessly outspoken, hard-working
The Daly City Council approved, in a 4-1 vote, an initial amendment to its existing law Oct.13 allowing police to cite party hosts up to $2,500 where underage drinking is present, setting clear amounts for violations.
The fine for the first citation is $1,500, increasing to
As the Oct. 20 deadline to register for the general election approaches, SF State officials and students are focusing on campus political engagement.
In an effort to get students involved in this year's Nov. 4 election, the University launched a summer partnership with TurboVote, an online
As Darien Lum walked out of his Oct. 17, 1989 meeting at SF State with his fraternity Phi Kappa Tau, the ground began to shake. At the 19th Avenue and Holloway Street intersection, power was out and traffic was bumper to bumper, drivers yelling out
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="600"] USMC helicopter pilot 1st Lt. Eric Cragerud describes some features of the AH-1 Super Cobra during a tour onboard the USS America Monday, Oct. 13, 2014. Martin Bustamante / Xpress.[/caption]
A sea of tourists, locals and military personnel crowded The Embarcadero this
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="273"] Portrait of Mark Madden, an SF State student who was shot and killed in East Palo Alto, Calif. Friday, Oct. 3, 2014. Marquis Madden / Courtesy to Xpress.[/caption]
A year and a half passed since Marquis Madden had seen his son, but
An SF State student was shot and killed in East Palo Alto Friday evening.
Police found Mark Madden, 20, dead from gunshot wounds when they responded to a shooting at 5:08 p.m. on the 1100 block of Laurel Avenue, according to various news reports.
His father, Marquis
Drag queens kicked up their heels in celebration of a victory over Facebook’s real-name policy at San Francisco city hall today. The social network promised to adjust protocol after a meeting with LGBT activists yesterday.
Facebook has been under fire for weeks over its real-name policy,