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March 2, 2011 will most likely be remembered as the ‘Day of Little Action.’ This year's Day of Action to save public education across California garnered some attention, but did not draw huge crowds at campuses statewide as expected—and SF State was no exception to the

After 14 years of service, Asia Express, a Chinese eatery on the bottom floor of the Cesar Chavez Student Center, is fighting to keep its place despite its financial shortcomings. Frank Meng, owner of Asia Express is rallying employees, patrons and other supporters in an attempt

Students, parents, union members, and members of the community gathered Wednesday night at the City College of San Francisco Mission Campus to speak out against cuts being made to education. The town hall forum got underway around 7:20 p.m. and those who attended voiced their concern

A routine fire drill interrupted instruction in Burk Hall for about 10 minutes at 11 a.m. today. People could be seen hovering around the building as they awaited permission to re-enter the building. Safety officer for the environmental health occupational safety department, Andrew Yu, said the intention

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="350" caption="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5051/5492806031_0651f2e990.jpg"][/caption] Rain didn’t prevent impassioned protesters from displaying their angst towards higher education cuts today at City College of San Francisco. Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed budget could slash $400 million from California community colleges. “Education should be free! No cuts! No fees!” chanted

More than 200 students, parents, and teachers protested at UC Berkeley today in demonstration against Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed $1.4 billion in budget cuts to California higher education. “Governor Jerry Brown’s plan to cut $1.4 billion from public higher education is totally unacceptable,” said Adarene Hoag,