06 Feb 2018

7th Annual BAAITS POWWOW largest one yet

Groups like First Peoples, particularly those who identify as Two-Spirit, have long been marginalized and underrepresented in politics and media. But organizations like Bay Area American Indian Two Two-Spirits (BAAITS)

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31 Jan 2018

Farrell in, Breed out

Many San Francisco residents were frustrated by the Board of Supervisors’ decision last Tuesday when Interim Mayor London Breed, the first African American woman to lead the city, was replaced

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27 Jan 2018

Activist groups protest outside ICE field office

A crowd of more than a hundred gathered on the sidewalk outside a downtown field office for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement late Friday morning and broke into religious songs

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27 Jan 2018

Emergency Management Experts Encourage San Franciscans to Prepare for Disasters

Just before 7 p.m. on Jan. 25, the Presidio Officers’ Club was nearly filled as a crowd of SF residents waited eagerly for a panel of experts, in hopes of

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26 Jan 2018

Hundreds march in solidarity to avoid gentrification in Mission District

On Thursday afternoon, Mission Street was shut down for a few hours for a March to peacefully protest gentrification. The “March for Mission” which started at 20th and Mission Streets

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24 Jan 2018

West Portal fire under investigation

Tuesday night at approximately 10:40 p.m., a three-alarm fire broke out at 32 West Portal Ave. and continued to spread to two neighboring businesses, according to an official press release

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21 Jan 2018

Women’s march attracts college students

“Hear our vote,” was the chant heard throughout the day as thousands of participants gathered at the Women’s March and rally in San Francisco. The march on Saturday, Jan. 20 aimed to

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13 Dec 2017

Thousands of drunk Santas take over Union Square

Christmas arrived early on Saturday as thousands of Santa Claus look-a-likes flooded San Francisco’s Union Square for a massive day party. The 2017 San Francisco SantaCon was in full swing

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12 Dec 2017

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee dies at 65

San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee died unexpectedly early Tuesday morning at the age of 65. SF Gate reported Lee suffered a heart attack around 10:30 p.m. Monday at the

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12 Dec 2017

Thousands of drunk Santas take over Union Square

Christmas arrived early on Saturday as thousands of Santa Claus look-a-likes flooded San Francisco’s Union Square for a massive day party. The 2017 San Francisco SantaCon was in full swing

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08 Dec 2017

Protesters fight for Net Neutrality

By: Kelly Rodriguez Murillo, Garrett Bergthold, Deveshen Veerasamy “Let’s reclaim reality, protect net neutrality.” A group of people were gathered in San Francisco on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017 to protest

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29 Nov 2017

The Sunrise Ceremony

There were over 5,000 people in attendance at the annual Indigenous People’s Sunrise Ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017. The ceremony has been held on Alcatraz Island since 1975 to

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29 Nov 2017

Inside Tenderloin: Community gathering on Thanksgiving

There are a lot of stigmas around Tenderloin District in San Francisco: high crime rates, drugs and homelessness. However, people showed the strong connection within the community on Thanksgiving Day

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22 Nov 2017

Six overlooked gems of Bernal Heights

Bernal Heights is arguably one of the most overlooked neighborhoods in San Francisco. Nestled between the Mission district in the north and Excelsior in the south, Bernal Heights has evolved

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05 Nov 2017

Refuse Fascism moves to oust Trump with more protests

Hundreds of people gathered onto the few stairs within San Francisco’s Union Square for a protest. It was a usual sunny, crisp autumn Saturday afternoon with people breezing in and

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11 May 2017

Ayala-Hil looks to improve upon first season at SF State

The SF State men’s soccer team is back to practice in preparation for their upcoming fall season after completing their 2016 regular season with a 9-6-2 overall record, only four

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09 May 2017

Record-breaking Gators look to take on Nationals

SF State’s track and field team will send a record nine athletes to compete at the NCAA Division II National Outdoor Championships beginning May 25 in Bradenton, Florida. This accomplishment

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09 May 2017

Inglima steps up as new head coach of Gators men’s basketball

Assistant coach Vince Inglima was named interim head coach of the SF State men’s basketball team after Paul Trevor, head coach of seven years, announced his departure to Stanislaus State

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05 May 2017

Women’s soccer team prepares to shine in fall season

Walking by Cox Stadium weekdays around noon, voices of women shouting and whistles blowing can be heard from the distance. The smell of freshly cut grass permeates the cool spring

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02 May 2017

Senior softball pitcher takes career overseas

Many DII athletes say goodbye to their sport after college graduation, but not senior softball pitcher Megan Clark. Clark is spending her final days as a Gator preparing to take

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02 May 2017

Gator seniors leave lasting impression

SF State’s baseball team played its final home game Saturday, paying homage to its nine seniors as well as showcasing future talent. The Gators, along with athletic director Charles Guthrie,

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02 May 2017

The Paleta Man: symbol of unity at ‘A Day Without Immigrants’ rally

At the foot of San Francisco City Hall, “A Day Without Immigrants” marchers, activists and allies rallied around an unconventional symbol for immigrant worker rights: the paleta man. Just before

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02 May 2017

Immigrants and workers side-by-side at SF May Day march

SF State students and staff troubled by the Trump administration’s attacks on immigrant workers’ rights participated in San Francisco’s May Day march to Civic Center. May Day, also known as

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29 Apr 2017

Senior Day Sweep: Gators take all in final home game

SF State’s baseball team won its Senior Day 7-1 Saturday afternoon at Maloney Field, wrapping up a three-game sweep of California State University, Dominguez Hills. Senior pitcher Ryan Bohnet started

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29 Apr 2017

Gators sweep doubleheader behind untouchable Hernandez

SF State’s baseball team allowed only two runs Friday at Maloney Field, winning both games of a doubleheader against California State University, Dominguez Hills to keep the team’s playoff hopes

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29 Apr 2017

Clark dominates as Gators finish strong final games of the season

In the final games of the 2017 spring season, SF State women’s softball team walked away with two big wins against the Holy Names University Hawks on Friday at the

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27 Apr 2017

Gators head coach says farewell after historic season

SF State men’s basketball coach Paul Trevor announced that he will not be returning for his eighth season coaching the Gators, signing instead with Stanislaus State University as co-head men’s

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26 Apr 2017

SF judge declares Trump executive order unconstitutional

A San Francisco judge ruled that the executive order against sanctuary cities is unconstitutional in response to a lawsuit filed by San Francisco and Santa Clara against President Trump’s executive

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19 Apr 2017

All work and no pay makes NCAA a poor sport

Student athletes put their blood, sweat and tears, nearly all year round, into school and their sport. They are dedicated to their coaches and their employer, the NCAA, but don’t

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19 Apr 2017

Bohnet dominates as Gators split series with Monterey

SF State baseball team split their series with California State University, Monterey Bay (22-14) on April 15. Starting pitcher of game one Ryan Bohnet (2-6) started off rocky but quickly

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19 Apr 2017

Gators fall to Monterey Bay in final home series

The SF State’s women’s softball team came out pumped up for Senior Day, but the excitement died down as the Gators ended up losing to California State University, Monterey Bay

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08 Apr 2017

SF Women Against Rape holds annual walk to raise awareness

San Francisco Women Against Rape held their 12th annual walk on April 8 at the Women’s Building to raise awareness about sexual assault and violence against women. According to SFWAR,

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05 Apr 2017

Distance Carnival proves record breaking for SF State athletes

SF State’s track and field team had a record-breaking weekend as it hosted its 10th Annual Distance Carnival March 30-April 1 at Cox Stadium. Distance runner Adriana Calva celebrated breaking

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05 Apr 2017

SF State offers students free Giants tickets

SF State’s Residential Housing Association is giving away 145 tickets to next week’s San Francisco Giants game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. SF State students will have the opportunity to attend

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02 Apr 2017

Gators strand 11, lose rubber match to San Bernardino

The Gators lost a tight 3-2 game in the rubber match of their series against California State University, San Bernardino on Sunday at Maloney Field. Gator’s starting pitcher Dillon Houser

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17 Mar 2017

Gators drop game one in series against Tritons

SF State men’s baseball dropped their first series game 6-2 against nationally-ranked team University of California, San Diego on Thursday, March 16. “We prepared like we always do, staying consistent

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