Unable to successfully follow Friday’s victory over Cal State Monterey Bay, the Gators came out today with a 0-2 loss against the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos. The Gators were hit
The Gators find their form in their second consecutive win of the season with a 2-1 win against the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos. SF State demolished their winless conference record
The Gators earned their first CCAA conference win of the season Friday afternoon with a convincing 3-1 win against the Cal State Monterey Bay Otters. With the combination of poor
Chants echo through the halls of the gym as the Gators take on another fierce competitor. It’s not just fans and families who have gathered to watch the teams fight
SF State feline enthusiasts gathered food donations today to help support and feed feral cats living on campus. There are currently about a dozen fixed feral cats living at SF
The excitement buzzing around the corridors of the Creative Arts Building for the 57th season of the Morrison Artists Series can be heard just like the music reverberating throughout its chambers.
In an economic climate where tuition fees support the University more than the state of California does, scholarships have become even more pertinent. While more scholarship money is being awarded to
An act as small and seemingly insignificant as turning off the lights before leaving the house could have a bigger impact than students might think. As a joint collaboration between
Ahmina James hopes to dispel misconceptions and share her Islamic beliefs with fellow students during Islamic Awareness Week at SF State. “Instead of listening and asking questions, people are participating
Mike McNeill watches the ball’s path as it cuts through the air toward the keeper, judging the potency of the strike and the movement of the ball. He decides what the
This fall, the biannual One-Act Fringe series expands as students are challenged in adapting their performances to a larger format at McKenna Theatre, the main stage in the Creative Arts Building.
Probation Violation Officers spotted a male subject sleeping in the Science Building Oct. 5. and determined that the subject had an active $1,000 warrant out from San Mateo County for
Getting back into action, the SF State women’s volleyball team swept visiting UC San Diego Saturday night to hold onto second place in CCAA conference standings. SF State finished 2-1
The SF State cross country teams placed in the top three at the Crystal Springs Invitational Saturday morning as the Gators hosted their second and final home invitational of the
Taking down a top contender was the agenda Wednesday night as the SF State women’s volleyball team defeated Sonoma State in five sets to claim first place in conference play.
Student filmmakers are preparing to reel out their visions onto the silver screen for the fifth annual SF State Campus MovieFest. With only a week to do it, University students
Still recovering from the excitement after placing second in Verizon’s How Sweet the Sound choir competition, the SF State Gospel Gators gathered at Lakeside Presbyterian Church Oct. 1 to rehearse. The
Despite being outplayed by the UC San Diego Tritons, the Gators were able to hold on in extra time and scrape up a 0-0 draw. The Gators were bossed around
The women’s soccer team grabbed a win in a rematch game against the Cal State San Bernardino Coyotes. The Gators left the game in a 2-1 victory over the Coyotes,
The ball flies high into the air, spinning slowly above the net. She starts her approach by locking and loading her right arm, waiting for her moment to spring into
UPDATE 8:00 p.m.: Students are now allowed re-entry into the Humanities Building, according to Shimanoff. UPDATE 7:43 P.M.: Susan Shimanoff, the Associate Dean of the College of Liberal and Creative Arts, told