SF State’s ultimate Frisbee team took the field earlier this month, preparing to improve on its winless season from a year ago.
Veteran players from the Turnips ultimate Frisbee team said its roster quickly filled out with students hoping to stay active without dealing with the
President Leslie E. Wong announced last week that SF State plans to be the first university to stake claim to more than 60,000 square feet of open space at a new development project in the Hunters Point Shipyard.
“We are planting the SF State flag in
A 20-year-old male received minor injuries after he crashed his car into a light pole on 19th Avenue and Junipero Serra Boulevard this evening, according to a San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) officer.
While attempting to make a slight right, the driver of the black Lexus crashed his car when heading to work Monday,
Standing at the free-throw line of the basketball court, Don Nasser, the primary funder for renovations to the gym and a University alumnus, could not quite make the shot. President Leslie E. Wong then stepped up, but the ball only bounced off the rim.
Equipped with a new coaching staff and a slew of both new and returning talent, the SF State Gators Hockey Club looks to take big strides forward in its second full season.
[caption id="attachment_59443" align="alignnone" width="640"] Coach Ryan Papazian addresses the SF State hockey team during
Despite working on campus for over 30 years, one custodian said he started as a “new employee” July 1 after the University took control of the formerly independent student center, reducing his health benefits and reversing his seniority.
Custodian Augustin Cazares, who has worked for the
Associated Students, Inc. board member Sara Padash will now head the student government board following the resignation of former President Kenneth Collins. The board announced the change in presidency Aug. 27, one week after the start of the semester.
“Thank you all for having faith in