The SF State baseball team returned to Maloney Field Wednesday looking to end its four-game losing streak, but a rough start pushed the Cal State East Bay Pioneers over the Gators, 6-2.
“To play like that in the first couple innings is not fun,” assistant coach
“My dad became a citizen in 1993," said senior Latinx studies major Maria Gonzalez-Chavez. "He was very vocal about racism and discrimination. He called people out, and sometimes he would get in trouble for it because people would be like, ‘Who is this brown man
Long lines stretched out to North State Drive. The crowd was dancing and cheering as the multicolored LED lights shimmered on the walls and stage. A giant banner read, “Rhythms Music Festival” as the 2016 “Battle of the Bands” winner Faux Foe Fox emerged from
Women majoring in physics and astronomy at SF State can now easily network with each other, thanks to a new club on campus.
Formed in November 2015 by physics lecturer Dr. Reiko Toriumi, the Women In Physics and Astronomy club was founded to support the community of
The fight to create the College of Ethnic Studies redefined SF State's core values and identity. The college was the first of its kind in the US and the strike that led to it remains the longest campus strike in U.S. history. Timeline information from
Under new head coach Tony Schifano, the Gators are off to a solid 16-17 start, but must keep their foot on the gas as they look to make a push into the postseason with an underwhelming 9-13 conference record.
The Gators started out the season strong,
A jumble of mannequins and measuring tape provides the backdrop for apparel design student Becky Tu as she pins the sleeve on an upcycled ’90s-inspired bomber jacket. Its waterproof shell is made with a deconstructed umbrella.
Tu, 27, has been pinning and patterning, pulling 12-hour workdays with
An awakened puppet, a lovable narcissist, a crippled coal miner and online lovers – these are just a few characters that will soon jump from page to stage at the annual Greenhouse Theatre Festival. Plays that “bend form and perception” will be read at Z
The grass was a shimmering green and the sun was shining Saturday afternoon, but it was a cloudy day for the SF State softball team as they lost a weekend doubleheader against third ranked Humboldt State. The Gators lost game one 5-3, and came close
A group of around 25 students rallied on 19th and Holloway avenues Wednesday to bring attention to the wide range of issues affecting SF State as of late.
Issues surrounding the College of Ethnic Studies, the California Faculty Association and an independent financial analysis released last
Associated Students, Inc. voted to support a Dream Center for undocumented students on campus last Wednesday, April 13.
“The goal is to let the institution know that undocumented students are here and we are your classmates,” said Miguel Castillo, graphic design major and president of Improving
What seemed to be a complete no show quickly escalated, as The Depot filled with Gator students who witnessed Ryan Pau win the 2016 DJ Competition Wednesday night.
“In my opinion, I thought it went really well,” said Sam White, the special events assistant for the Associated
CORRECTION: In the print version of this article, the candidates' responses to questions 5-7 appeared under the wrong names. Shannon Deloso's responses appeared under Evan Gothelf's name and Gothelf's responses appeared under Deloso's name.
ASI elections for the Fall 2016 semester kicked off this week. Fifteen positions are
SF State softball is having one of its best seasons in more than a decade as the team primes itself for a playoff spot in the NCAA Division II tournament next month.
Under new head coach Lisa Allen, the team has ground its way to a
SF State graduate student and the co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Alicia Garza, spoke at SF State Monday about the organization's origins and misconceptions about it.
Alicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter and an SF State graduate student, founded the organization with two other friends in 2013 after the
The scientific consensus is clear and overwhelming; climate change is real and accelerating every second. In the last year alone, we have experienced record-breaking heat and droughts that have impacted millions of people and have cost billions.
Who is responsible for climate change? We are set up to believe
After enjoying a successful season with a playoff appearance, the Gators volleyball team will look to make it to the postseason in back-to-back years under the leadership of new head coach Matt Hoffman.
Hoffman, who was hired March 29, comes to SF State after spending three
Sarah Schulman spoke at the Writers on Writing event, Monday, April 4 at SF State to talk about her writing process, her new novel “The Cosmopolitans” and what occupies her in life. She is also a documentarist, a gay rights activist and a playwright, for which she
SF State's Muslim Students Association held Islam Awareness Week March 28 to April 1.
Their week-long activities included guest speakers talking about Islamophobia, a question and answer discussion about Islam, and their Jumma prayer on Fridays that was open to all students and guests.
“Unfortunately, a lot
Stephen Kane, a physics and astronomy professor at SF State, and his team have discovered and constructed a thermal image map of a new planet, named 55 Cancri. The new planet is the first of its kind to be discovered and draws striking similarities to
Monday through Friday, SF State students will have the opportunity to vote on a $180, per-semester addition to their tuition in exchange for a Gator Pass.
The pass would provide SF State students with the ability to ride MUNI lines for free and BART at a
The SF State baseball team’s Sunday doubleheader was cut down to just one game but there was still plenty of baseball played, as the Cal State San Marcos Cougars outlasted the Gators 6-3 in 16 innings.
With two outs in the top of the 16th, and
The SF State softball team battled the UC San Diego Tritons in the first series of a weekend doubleheader on a cloudy afternoon. The Gators took game one of Friday's doubleheader, 2-0, behind a two-hit shutout by starting pitcher Megan Clark. The Tritons capitalized on an abundance of
The Gators weren't able to hang with the Stockton Ports at Banner Island Ballpark, an Oakland Athletics affiliate Single-A team, as they lost 8-1 in an exhibition game on Wednesday before the Ports season opener on Thursday.
Although SF State only scored one run, the coaches
The California Faculty Association Board of Directors and the California State University agreed earlier Friday to terms to postpone the strike which, if approved, would amount to a nearly 11 percent general salary increase over the next two fiscal years.
"The Bargaining Team has recommended that
Sarah Schulman was six years old when she first started putting pen to paper, and has not stopped writing since.
At first it was a portrait of the history of baseball that she wrote without any sources and out of free imagination and plays that she
Over the course of the past year, theatre arts major Jennifer Marte has been up late laboriously writing about rape, relationships, mental health and self-worth to prepare for her short play "Comm 150." The show premiered Tuesday, April 5, at 7 p.m. in Room 104
Flanked by "Where's White?" posters, students gathered onstage in Malcolm X Plaza Tuesday to confront CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White, who cancelled his visit to SF State without explanation. White was to address the financial issues surrounding the College of Ethnic Studies.
“Today, Chancellor White was
While a heated conversation about race and economic equality is at a boiling point, a new app for smartphones has come up with a creative solution on how to cool the waters.
EquiTable is a Silicon Valley born app that claims to split bills fairly based
“A couple weeks ago I had two long french braids with extensions down to my hips, about the length of Beyoncé’s in her ‘Formation’ video,” said Stella Dugall, a 26-year-old visual anthropology grad student at SF State. “This young white male was like, ‘I love
The Republican Student Union experienced a third day of protest on Tuesday against their support of Donald Trump for president, following two consecutive days of conflict before spring break.
Student protesters played the song “FDT (Fuck Donald Trump)” by YG on loudspeakers in Malcolm X Plaza
Supersonic sophomore civil engineering major Adriana Calva shattered school speed records once again at Cox Stadium during the ninth annual SF State Distance Carnival Friday, April 1.
After recently destroying Joanna Luk’s previous overall SF State women’s 3,000-meter steeplechase record – held since 2003 – by more than
The Gators are on a four-game winning streak and have a winning record after they trounced the Cal State East Bay Pioneers 14-3.
The Gators' bats came to life as they went on a hitting spree to the tune of 23 hits. Most of those hits
A jury of SF State students and faculty unanimously found Chancellor Timothy P. White guilty on all charges of his crimes against the California State University system during a mock trial Wednesday at Malcolm X Plaza.
The trial, which was hosted by SF State California Faculty
SF State students gathered in Malcolm X Plaza on Tuesday, March 15, for the annual Founders Day celebration. Taqueria Girasol gave away 1,899 tacos to symbolize the year of SF State’s founding, and student organizations tabled at the event to raise money for the HOPE
A confrontation between two SF State students caught on video in the Cesar Chavez Student Center went viral Monday. The argument centered around whether a white person wearing dreadlocks constitutes cultural appropriation.
Around 4 p.m. in the SF State Student Center, Associated Students, Inc. intern and photography