New York Times

New HBO film reignites old news, makes it cool again

December 15, 2017 Opinion

It hits you right in the gut and before you know it the truth of what really happened is a figment of your imagination. You begin to question your loyalty, faithfulness and dedication to this person and realize you might just know someone like this in your life or worse — you are this person. ...

Athletes must commit young to bring greatness to U.S. soccer

November 30, 2015 Opinion

All eyes locked onto Jordan Morris after an unusual deflection gave the U.S. Men’s National Team rookie an opportunity for a debut goal. A slick touch of the ball and a cheeky nutmeg of the goalkeeper later, and the college boy turned international wunderkind was pulling off his best FIFA 16-inspired fist pump celebration for his first international ...

Inaction is not an option in the face of racism

November 10, 2015 Opinion

University of Missouri President Timothy M. Wolfe handed in his resignation Monday after football players and a graduate student rallied against his inadequate response to a string of racist incidents. “This institution is a source of pride for the state and beacon of hope for many young people from all walks of life, and it ...

Wage gap too large to ignore

September 16, 2015 Opinion

The fact that women make 78 cents over their lifetime to every dollar that men make over theirs has become well known in the last few years, but recent data from the U.S. Department of Education compiled by the New York Times paints an even grimmer reality. According to the article, women enrolled at elite colleges ...

Journalism professor earns fond farewell

May 20, 2015 News 1 Comment

Yvonne Daley is no stranger to investigative journalism. Growing up in the suburbs of Boston, the SF State journalism professor she said she was always asking the deeper questions from a very early age. “I was always trying to find out the secrets, to get the story behind the story,” Daley said. “Being the youngest of ...