12 Sep 2018

Last chance for Greek life recruitment on campus

For the past two weeks, sororities and fraternities have occupied the quad in hopes of recruiting new members into the Greek life. What initially began as a two-week tabling recruitment

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12 Sep 2018

Troye Sivan: Bloom review

It’s been three years since Troye Sivan dropped his debut album, “Blue Neighborhood,” that told a story of a young queer boy yearning for love and somewhere to belong. It’s

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12 Sep 2018

SF State volleyball swept by Cal State LA

Cal State LA snaps San Francisco State’s two game win streak in a 3-0 sweep on Saturday, September 8. The loss sets SF State back to a 6-3 record overall and

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12 Sep 2018

Gators represent at Red Bull Bay Climb

Handlebar mustaches, cyclists’ caps, Red Bulls and spectators lined the De Haro Street sidewalks, cheering on cyclists as they rode past during the 2018 Red Bull Bay Climb on Saturday, Sept.

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12 Sep 2018

SF State Observatory’s first night of observation filled with light

The SF State Observatory kicked off its first night of observation for the semester with a lit up sky on Sept. 10. The observatory, built in the 1970s, is located

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12 Sep 2018

Housing crisis drives students to live in vehicles

The lack of access to affordable housing on and off campus has pushed some San Francisco State University students to live out of their vehicles. Between 20 to 30 vehicles

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12 Sep 2018

From Jackie Robinson to Colin Kaepernick, the history of activism in sports

A SF State graduate and a current student are leading a course on the history of activism in sports. The duo plan who inform the students about notable people, such as Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali and current players like LeBron James and Colin Kaepernick. They are looking for students to enroll in the experimental college course that takes place every Monday afternoon. The direction of the course is dictated by the students because the course is about what the students want to learn, according to one of the instructors.

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