For many years, Jason Wu would dress up every Halloween as “Bingo” from the 1960s kids television program, “The Banana Splits Adventure Hour.” Today, Wu dawns a police uniform as SF State Police Chief, believing in the value of trust and saying, “we are truly
SF State ranks in the top 21 percent of surveyed universities in overall diversity, and top 2 percent when rated specifically for ethnic diversity, according to College Factual, but some students are feeling a lack of diversity on campus.
The University has embraced these kinds
Harmony Notman works full-time at Stonestown Galleria, only a short distance from her Village at Centennial Square residence on campus, but the walk makes her nervous.
Notman leaves her job in the evenings carrying pepper spray and wearing only one earbud, uneasy and worried about her
“Run. Hide. Fight.” Ohio State University students and faculty received this message Monday morning after a student terrorized the campus with a car and knife, sending 11 people to the hospital.
This message has been promoted by local and national law enforcement agencies as the
A total of six victims have come forward to the University Police Department in connection to a suspect arrested in Park Merced Thursday for multiple counts of indecent exposure, according to University officials.
UPD officers arrested Kaine Sinclair near campus March 12 after they witnessed the
An unknown subject allegedly groped a female's breasts and groin and threatened her with a sharp object on campus Thursday morning, according to a report by University officials.
The University Police Department received reports just before 1 a.m. of a suspect who pulled a female victim
On any given day, a casual stroll across campus might include seeing friends sunning on the quad, chatting with student club members in Malcolm X Plaza or making a quick pitstop at the convenient store for a snack before class. As of last week, it
SF State President Leslie Wong talks with Xpress news staff about his decision not to arm University police officers with Tasers Monday, Feb. 10. Photo by Jessica Christian / Xpress
After an exclusive meeting last week President Wong told Xpress staff about his decision not to
SF State President Leslie Wong talks with Xpress staff about his decision not to arm University police officers with Tasers Monday, Feb. 10. Photo by Jessica Christian / Xpress
In an exclusive meeting with Xpress, SF State President Leslie E. Wong said that he has
A group of students against the University Police Department’s proposed use of Tasers hosted a meeting in the Richard Oakes Multicultural Center, Cesar Chavez Student Center room T143, Tuesday, to discuss plans to protest Taser use until its demands are met.
The demands include full disclosure
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The entire dispute over Tasers is ridiculous and needs to end so we can move on to more important things.
SF State President Leslie E. Wong should drop any pretense of caring what students think and simply announce to the campus community that
At a party last fall in Redwood City, a fight over drugs broke out. Officers arrived at the scene and SF State student Daniel Atwood decided to make a run for it.
He hadn't gotten far before an officer fired a Taser at him. The probes
While campus police officers across California use pepper spray, guns, handcuffs and batons; SF State's University Police Department officials propose another tool be added to their utility belt — the Taser — which would make the campus one of the last in the California State
Cartoon by Kirstie Haruta
With 24-hour door monitoring and increased in-and-out visitor registration being enforced in the dorms, it's clear that campus security is on the rise. But what paramounts all efforts to improve security is the fact that University Police are now being trained and
University Police Department officers patrolling the campus and surrounding areas may soon carry electroshock weapons.
These devices, commonly known by the brand name, Taser, are designed to generate an electric current that can disrupt a person's muscle control. The University Police Department is drafting plans for their
SF State hosted its share of excitement this past week with six arrests, two protests and a load of stress to students, staff and faculty.
The arrest of six non-resident persons at SF State on the night of Thursday, May 16 sparked a protest of about
SF Commune activists and SF State students gathered at Malcolm X Plaza today in protest of "police brutality" during the removal and arrest of six non-residents from Mary Ward Hall last night.
The group of approximately 50 protesters held signs that read "End Police Brutality" and