30 Sep 2018

Men’s soccer defensive battle ends in a scoreless draw against No. 8 ranked Cal State LA.

Stellar defensive efforts on both sides Friday night at Cox Stadium led to a 0-0 draw between SF State and No. 8 nationally ranked Cal State LA. After suffering their

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28 Sep 2018

Gators face Toros in conference matchup on Sunday

The SF State women’s soccer team will face the Toros of Cal State Dominguez Hills on Sunday, Sept. 30 at Cox Stadium. Sophomore goalie Nicki Rucki leads the Gators. Last

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28 Sep 2018

Poetry Center kicks off semester long series

The SF State poetry center is opening its new reading series “Tripwire Cross-Cultural” with a two-night long presentation on September 27 and 28. Writers, poets and literary translators, Jen Hofer and

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28 Sep 2018

Lawrence Ferrara and Shiqi Li due to perform Sept. 28 at Knuth Hall

Lecturer Lawrence Ferrara and Shiqi Li are performing together to bring festive and romantic music to SF State. The performance will be on Sept. 28 at 1 p.m at Knuth

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27 Sep 2018

Slumping Gators men’s soccer hosts red-hot Cal State LA this Friday.

SF State looks for their first win in four games against a defensively stout Cal State LA squad this Friday, Sept. 28 at Cox Stadium. The inconsistent Gators’ offense has

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27 Sep 2018

Latinx communty connect at networking event

The Latinx Faculty, Staff and Student Tardeada took place on Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 4-6 p.m. at Jack Adams Hall in the Cesar Chavez Student Center. In the wake of

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27 Sep 2018

SF State students can get cash, academic credit with Golden Gate National Park Conservancy internship

The Golden Gate National Park Conservancy is offering paid, academic internships to underrepresented students through an ongoing partnership with SF State. Mariajose Alcantara, community outreach and park ranger for the

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27 Sep 2018

Comic books inspired famed author and civil rights leader

Most of the time, superheroes are a work of fiction. But when author Andrew Aydin saw civil rights champion John Lewis in action, he had a better idea. When Aydin

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27 Sep 2018

Bill Cosby convicted for one of many sexual assaults

Justice was served after a decade of allegations against Bill Cosby when he was finally convicted on Tuesday, Sept. 25. The once known “America’s Dad,” according to CNN was sentenced

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27 Sep 2018

SF State alumni reminisce over founding first ever Black Student Union

The 1968 SF State student-led strike holds tremendous historic significance as the first — and longest — in a wave of campus-wide strikes across the nation during that era of protest.

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26 Sep 2018

‘Superman’ No. 1 issue included in new comic book archive

One of the most coveted comic books in history now resides at SF State’s library as part of a new archive collection of rare comic books. The J. Paul Leonard

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26 Sep 2018

ASI campaign encourages students to register to vote

Associated Students Inc. urged students to register to vote on Sept. 25, as part of a nationwide campaign for National Voter Registration Day with Rock the Vote. The campaign comes

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26 Sep 2018

SF State professor’s permanent art installation debuts in Chinatown

A vision that began over eight years ago by the Broadway Chinatown Streetscape Improvement to enhance pedestrian conditions along Broadway near Columbus Avenue has recently revealed a series of vibrant

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26 Sep 2018

It’s a human right, period.

Earlier this month, Scotland became the first country to tackle “period poverty” head on by offering free period products for all students – and for once, America needs to take

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26 Sep 2018

SF State hopes to have hotel up and running in 3 to 5 years

San Francisco State University will be seeking new public-private partnerships to renovate its campus, including a proposed 400-room hotel and conference center.

The University is already being approached by hotel companies to partner on the project, according to the minutes of a SF State University Foundation board meeting on March 27, 2018.

Jason Porth, vice president of University Enterprises at SF State, says at this point the university does not have a lot of details other than a proposed location on campus and a proposed number of rooms, but those can change over time.

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26 Sep 2018

Men’s rugby club goes 2-2 in tune-up tourney to Seven’s Nationals

The SF State men’s rugby club gained valuable experience at the West Campus Green on Saturday, Sept. 22 in a 2-2 sevens tournament effort. This was the club’s first test

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26 Sep 2018

SF State women’s soccer player Nicki Rucki earns CCAA player of the week

SF State women’s soccer player Nicki Rucki has been named CCAA Women’s Soccer Player of the Week for Sept. 17-23, the CCAA announced on Tuesday.  The sophomore goalkeeper from Martinez,

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26 Sep 2018

“All Together Now” celebrates community and collaboration in Fine Arts Gallery

Artists and members of the public and the SF State art community gathered at the “All Together Now” art exhibition’s debut in the Fine Arts Gallery on Saturday, Sept. 22, where

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26 Sep 2018

Campus vending machine temporarily shuts down

Students’ only option for late-night and weekend snacks is shut down, but fear not, the campus vending machine is going to reopen “any time now,” according to Chris Farmer, The

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25 Sep 2018

Big brands join popular social movements

Racial injustice, gun control and fur-free products in the fashion industry are just three of the many social movements that have caught the interest of big brands this September and

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25 Sep 2018

Twitch streamer, Ninja, boosts esports

Professional gamers and athletes typically don’t coincide with one another in the same sentence, but in 2018, the pair are starting to become widely accepted amongst the sports world. If

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25 Sep 2018

ASI pushes for permanent food pantry amid administration delays

Thousands of SF State students do not get enough to eat on a day-to-day basis, according to a recent report. Associated Student, Inc. is trying to address their needs, but

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25 Sep 2018

Ford and Kavanaugh: Supreme Court deja vu

At a suburban high school party in 1982, a man trapped a woman in a room, pinned her to a bed and began drunkenly groping her as he attempted to

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25 Sep 2018

SF State professor engineers success

This October, Zhaoshuo Jiang, assistant professor of civil engineering, will be recognized and awarded by California State University for his implementation of an innovative teaching practice and his devotion to assuring

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25 Sep 2018

Basic hygiene products give hope to homeless in San Francisco

Imagine not being able to shower, brush your teeth or have menstrual products for days or even weeks. There’s an ongoing issue with the lack of hygiene products available to

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25 Sep 2018

SF State students take part in California Coastal Clean-up Day

Eleven SF State students decided to not sleep in last Saturday in order to participate in the California Coastal Clean-up Day at Fort Funston. The beach at Fort Funston Park

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24 Sep 2018

A brilliant life ended by gun violence

SF State graduate Shane Colombo’s loved ones gathered at his memorial service Friday, in disbelief that the young man’s promising future was cut short by gun violence.     Colombo arrived

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23 Sep 2018

Tickets sold out for The Daily’s conference

Michael Barbaro, host of The New York Times podcast “The Daily,” and producer Annie Brown sold out tickets for their discussion at the Nourse Theater on Friday, Sept. 21. The

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22 Sep 2018

Students, faculty exchange blows during self-defense training

If it wasn’t for the smiles on their faces, you’d think SF State students and faculty had come to blows on Wednesday, Sept 19. But they’d actually gathered at Mashouf

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22 Sep 2018

Trump support hounds ASI president

The sudden resignation of SF State’s student body president last week was the end result of a campaign to rid the elected body of a Trump supporter, he said. Juan

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21 Sep 2018

Associated Students to celebrate Banned Books Week

The Associated Students’ Richard Oakes Multicultural Center will be celebrating Banned Books Week at the Cesar Chavez Center Plaza on Thursday, Sept. 27 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Banned

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21 Sep 2018

Poetry center debuts poetic series

SF State’s poetry center is hosting their first new Tripwire Cross-Cultural Poetics Series on Sept. 26-27 at E. M. Wolfman Books in downtown Oakland. Jen Hofer and John Pluecker, poet-translator-activists, will be presenting their

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21 Sep 2018

Women’s soccer outlasts Holy Names University 1-0

SF State women’s soccer swarmed Holy Names University at Skyline Soccer Field on Wednesday, Sept. 19 in a chippy 1-0 game, missed opportunities by the Gators kept the game much

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20 Sep 2018

Korean Student Association celebrates culture, old and new

The fervor for K-Pop music is well entrenched among Korean Student Association (KSA) members, who gather during the annual culture and customs open house on Sept. 19 to revel in the ever-ubiquitous

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20 Sep 2018

Musicians meditate to diminish stage fright and examine their sixth sense

Feet planted on the floor, spines straightened and supported, hands relaxed and eyes closed as the first meditation of the Mindfulness for Musicians lecture took place in Knuth Hall. Stage

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20 Sep 2018

Eminem vs. MGK beef shows no signs of slowing down

There are always celebrity feuds occurring in Hollywood, but the most recent; and most entertaining has been between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly. Otherwise known as MGK. Since Eminem has

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