12 Feb 2019

Proposed study abroad program to Palestine garners excitement

*Correction at bottom XXX A proposed two-week study abroad trip to Palestine review process is being prolonged by administration, according to Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas studies professor Rabab

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12 Feb 2019

President search needs voices

As President Leslie Wong’s turbulent tenure leading SF State comes to an end, we believe our next president should be more transparent and accountable to the most important constituency groups

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11 Feb 2019

After inclement weather muddles opening week, baseball battles Simpson in two-game series

SF State will take on the Simpson University Redhawks on Tuesday, Feb. 12 in a doubleheader as the Gators prepare for conference play. This matchup was originally the season-opener scheduled

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08 Feb 2019

Gators baseball hosts Concordia Cavaliers after false start earlier in week

After being washed out by the rain this past Tuesday, the Gators’ baseball team’s season opener is slated to take place this Friday, Feb. 8 at 2 p.m., against the

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07 Feb 2019

Gators eyeing season sweep against Sonoma State

The SF State women’s basketball team faces the Sonoma State Seawolves on Saturday, Feb. 9 at The Swamp. The Gators come into the game riding a five-game losing streak but

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06 Feb 2019

Three Gators recognized with Gator of the Week Honors

A trio of Gators were awarded Gator of the Week honors for the week of Jan. 28, after a victory-filled weekend for SF State, the athletic department announced on Monday.

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05 Feb 2019

Loved ones honor an ‘Angel’

Family, friends and classmates remember SF State junior Angelina Pinedo, who was killed in a Redondo Beach hit-and-run Jan. 26, as a friendly, optimistic, outgoing young woman with a bright

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05 Feb 2019

Campus holds open search for president

The CSU Board of Trustees is conducting an open search to find a qualified candidate to succeed President Leslie E. Wong, who announced last fall he would be retiring at

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05 Feb 2019

Faculty union contests Academic Senate’s finals schedule policy

The California Faculty Association, a union that represents instructors at SF State, is fighting an Academic Senate policy that went into effect this fall on the grounds that it changes

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05 Feb 2019

Slain graduate’s family seeks closure

The killing of a successful SF State graduate remains unsolved months after his life was cut short in Chicago, leaving those closest to him with more questions than answers.  

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05 Feb 2019

Funds could ease expensive living

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed budget aims to increase funding to CSUs by $300 million per year, and $15 million in one-time funding to help students who are experiencing food insecurity

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04 Feb 2019

Women’s basketball plays flat in first half, trampled by Cal State Dominguez Hills 85-69

The Gators fell to the California State Dominguez Hill Toros 69-85  Saturday, Feb. 2. The Lady Gators (8-12 overall and 7-8 in CCAA) have now lost five-straight games, with their

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04 Feb 2019

Men’s basketball redeem early season loss, handle Cal State Dominguez Toros 86-64

The SF State men’s basketball team pulled off an impressive victory Saturday, Feb. 2 at home against California State Dominguez Hills, trouncing the Toros 86-64. The Gators dominated Dominguez Hills

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04 Feb 2019

Inclement weather rearranges baseball season opener

Due to rainfall around the Bay Area, the SF State baseball team’s season opener is postponed. Since inclement weather rearranged the season schedule, the new season opener is now against

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04 Feb 2019

Second half surge not enough as Gators lose to Golden Eagles

The SF State Gators women’s basketball team entered Thursday’s contest against the Cal State University Los Angeles Golden Eagles on a three-game losing streak, but were in good shape to

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04 Feb 2019

Men’s basketball steals win over CSULA

The SF State men’s basketball team (12-7 overall/8-6 in CCAA) won a nail-biter of a game against Cal State University Los Angeles (11-9/7-7 CCAA) on Thursday, Jan. 31, winning 76-74.

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04 Feb 2019

Gators hope speed is the key to success in 2019 for softball program

A young and speedy SF State softball team looks to take the next step in 2019 after falling short of the postseason last year. The Gators had a 24-31 record

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04 Feb 2019

Men’s rugby ambushed by University of Nevada-Reno Wolf Pack 97-10

Injuries and a short-handed Gators rugby club led to a blowout by the University of Nevada-Reno Wolf Pack in a 97-10 trouncing Saturday at the Pollicita Middle School soccer field

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31 Jan 2019

Gators set to take on CSULA

The SF State men’s basketball team will square off against the CSULA Golden Eagles on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in The Swamp. The Gators will vie for California Collegiate Athletic

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30 Jan 2019

SF State baseball picked sixth in preseason coaches poll

The California Collegiate Athletic Association released its 2019 Preseason Baseball Coaches Poll, with SF State projected to finish as the No. 6 team in the conference. Last season, the program

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29 Jan 2019

Professor files discrimination lawsuit against top-ranking administrators

A tenured professor filed a lawsuit against SF State President Leslie Wong and other top-ranking administrators on Jan. 14, alleging discrimination based on her race, health and political activism. Arab

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29 Jan 2019

Government shutdown ends before grant funds are affected

The western front of the United States Capitol Building. (Wikimedia Commons user, ‘Noclip’/Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)   After a historic duration of 35 days, the partial government shutdown has temporarily

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12 Dec 2018

Police corporal promotes community-oriented policing

Police Cpl. Enrique Vera Cruz spent six years patrolling SF State, but on Nov. 30, he was especially alert. Vera Cruz had been training Officer David Lin for a week,

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12 Dec 2018

Gators kick off three-game homestand with matchup against Coyotes

The SF State Gators return to The Swamp to kick off a three-game homestand after going 1-1 on their most recent road trip, which included a 79-80 loss against No.

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12 Dec 2018

New sensei to take over SF State judo club in 2019

The SF State judo club will see a changing of the guard as a new sensei will take over in the spring of 2019. The current sensei is Yevgeniy Sosnovskiy,

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10 Dec 2018

UCorp lays out aspirational goals

University Enterprises presented a draft proposal at the Dec. 3, Public Forum on the Campus Master Plan meeting, that sketches out development and land management at SF State through 2035,

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10 Dec 2018

With season a third complete, Gators boast elite defense stats show

With a third of their season behind them, the SF State men’s basketball team currently sits at 6-3 on the season and 3-2 in the CCAA conference play. It’s a

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05 Dec 2018

Lawson and Williams named Gator Players of the Week for Nov. 26 to Dec. 2

The SF State Department of Athletics has named center Ryne Williams and men’s cross country runner John Lawson as players of the week for Nov. 26 to Dec. 2. The

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05 Dec 2018

Two-game road trip awaits Gators against UC San Diego and Cal State San Marcos

After their stifling defensive win against Chico State on Saturday night, the SF State men’s basketball team will face off against No. 10 UC San Diego on Thursday, Dec. 6,

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29 Nov 2018

Men’s basketball look to win at home against nationally-ranked Cal Poly Pomona, powerhouse Chico State

The SF State men’s basketball team will complete the back end of their three-game homestand this week, with games against the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos Thursday night and the Chico

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28 Nov 2018

Thefts surge across campus

Hold on to your belongings, SF State is experiencing a rash of thefts across campus. Since the beginning of October, victims have reported 51 incidents of petty theft, grand theft,

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27 Nov 2018

Gators score most points since 1997 in 102-92 victory

SF State women’s basketball scored the most points since 1997 in their 102-92 victory against the Academy of Art Urban Knights on Sunday, Nov. 25. SF State had a 2-0

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26 Nov 2018

SF State popular choice among international students

San Francisco is diverse in art, religious beliefs, gender, cuisine and political beliefs. This diversity permeates throughout campus and within the programs and events offered to students, which allows them

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25 Nov 2018

Journalism professors call for increased diversity in the media

In 1967, cities such as Nebraska, Tennessee and Detroit exploded in riots. The violence was the result of decades upon decades of discrimination against the African American population. In response,

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17 Nov 2018

Documentary recalls police brutality of 1968 SF State student strike

An SF State alumnus who wrote for the student newspaper from 1967 to 1969 provided a first hand perspective about the university’s most tumultuous times as a documentary about the

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15 Nov 2018

Women’s basketball looks to bounce back against Fresno Pacific

SF State’s women’s basketball will travel to Fresno today, Thursday, Nov. 15, in hopes of getting their first win of the regular season against the Fresno Pacific University Sunbirds. Despite

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