When Lucasfilm released the latest trailer for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” the internet roared in approval. Surely, the second installment of the new trilogy, which hints at taking a step to the darkside — as did “The Empire Strikes Back” 37-years ago — is
To raise money for women’s heart health, Alpha Phi held their annual comedy event, Mr. Heartthrob, on Thursday, Nov. 9 at Annex 1 on campus. Through the Alpha Phi Foundation and the American Heart Association, the event fundraised money by showcasing male students from several
I never imagined myself in a long distance relationship.
I’ve been in two LDRs: one that fell apart and one that stands strong to this day.
Distance is something that shouldn’t be a factor when it comes to someone that you love and care for. Even with
The capital of Somalia, Mogadishu, was the target of a terrorist bomb strike on Oct. 14, when a truck packed with several hundred kilograms of military-grade and homemade explosives killed over 350 people and injured over 500 more.
No individual or organization has been identified
When in a relationship, many may wonder what it would be like to be with another; to wink at the stranger at the party or have a cute coffee date to ghost or disappear on. In an open relationship it might mean you can do
SF State’s on-campus venue, The Depot, took a trip back in time to the early 20th century with a jazz trio who began in San Francisco four years ago, just looking to explore the world of music together.
On Tuesday, The Midnight Moods, which is comprised
There are music producers at SF State living as students trying to balance school and their art form. Three producers share what it’s like to hone their craft, as well as their personal thoughts on the music that they love to make and listen to.
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Correction: This article previously incorrectly quoted a source in the article, Melissa Camacho, in regards to the following line: "Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s strongest hurricane since 1932, has left the island almost unrecognizable
Jocelyn Avila’s boyfriend was in shock when his car started to sway from side to side, confused when people began evacuating the buildings — all she could do was watch and listen on FaceTime.
Avila, an SF State student from Cuernavaca, México, was on the phone
After their first two conference games ended in disappointment, the third saw the men’s soccer team win in a tight 2-1 match against California State University, East Bay at Cox Stadium.
The first half started off aggressive when, within the first two minutes, the Pioneers had
People don’t go on vacations to see empty football stadiums. Soccer fields and baseball diamonds without players are nothing more than grass and dirt. Surfing might be the sole exception. The ocean as a natural amphitheater is more of a draw for fans than the
Professional artists are displaying various ways of documenting history at SF State’s latest exhibit in the Fine Arts Gallery, “Recollected: Photography and the Archive.”
The artwork, a mixture of photography and paintings, showcases each artist’s area of emphasis. For Ian Everard, that came in the form
In 1956, there were tales of all-night parties and free love radiating from the streets of San Francisco. Artists, poets, writers and musicians from around the country were drawn to the city like moths to a flickering flame. The youth who flocked here would leave
Last Thursday posters slandering Dr. Rabab Ibrahim Abdulhadi and other Palestinian community figures were scattered around campus two days after Abdulhadi hosted an Islamophobia panel for SF State’s Constitution Day, on Sept. 18 and 19.
The posters, distributed by the David Horowitz Freedom Center, an
After working vigorously hard on not just creating art pieces, but creating a thesis through their metamorphosing art pieces, for the past three years, SF State’s 2017 Masters of Fine Art opened their final art exhibit in the Fine Arts Gallery. The opening reception held
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 points from a playoff berth.
Head coach Javier Ayala-Hil was added to the Gator family
Additional reporting by Ian Sumner
Tensions are rising between pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian supporters on campus, as both groups speak out against the unsettling climate they feel the University administration has created.
President Leslie E. Wong’s rocky history with the local Jewish community, including the two attempts to
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 comes on the heels of the Gators’ record-breaking season, which continued this past weekend at
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 April 26.
Inglima was hired as Trevor’s lead assistant coach in 2013. During his time as
Four Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts majors from SF State were chosen as finalists for the competitive and nationwide Television Foundation’s Internship Program offered by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The competitive program offers a variety of different categories for students to apply
J. The Jewish News of Northern California published a duo of damning articles this evening outlining President Wong’s rocky history with the Jewish community on campus.
The publication, which covers a range of topics that pertain to the Northern California Jewish community, published a news story alongside
By Jason Rejali
SF State’s policy to terminate under-enrolled classes will affect students and teachers alike who fear the impact this will have on their futures.
“I’ve had teachers call me, breaking down crying because they were afraid of losing their medical benefits because they wouldn’t have
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 her athletic career overseas this summer.
After recording her 36th win on April 9 against Sonoma
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, honored two pitchers (Ryan Bohnet, Brent Montgomery), four infielders (Bryce Brooks, Chris Nicholson, TJ Conroy, Mike
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.
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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 alive.
The Gators struck first against Toros starting pitcher Joe Bresson, scoring a pair of runs
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 SF State softball field.
Starting pitcher Megan Clark scattered two hits across five innings as
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 basketball coach.
Trevor's announcement came in the form of a press release from the SF
Born and raised in San Diego, I can say the silver lining of watching a Padres game was not within the game itself, but in the fact that Petco Park is footsteps away from San Diego’s famous Gaslamp District and beautiful beaches that line the
**Charlotte Mackay contributed to this article
Domestic violence took the lives of two SF State students in a two-year time span, the most recent case is ongoing.
The first victim was Cecilia Lam who was shot by her boyfriend in October 2014. He was released from jail
Multimedia project by: Shahni Ben-Haim, Maddy Neale, and Mitchell Walther
Coachella, the one time of year where people from all over the world flock to the California desert to see their favorite musicians perform under the blistering sun. Fashion has always been a big part of the
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 benefit from their work financially.
The NCAA receives $1.1 billion from CBS and Turner for
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 fell into a rhythm and tossed eight strong innings, seven shutout, against the Otters as he
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 3-6 at home on Saturday, April 15.
The reluctancy by head coach Lisa McKinney to proceed
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