13 Sep 2018

Pride celebration livens Oakland, highlights marginal community

The Oakland Pride Parade and Festival extols positivity, love, and the acceptance of one another within the LGBTQ community annually, with this year taking place in downtown Oakland, Calif. The

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13 Sep 2018

The true price of a good bargain

When you find an inexpensive trendy top while working with a small shopping budget, or you’re just the kind of person who loves a good steal, it feels like you won

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13 Sep 2018

Gators men’s soccer seeks another winning streak in Sonoma

The SF State men’s soccer team is in for a great defensive battle on Friday when it faces off against Sonoma State University on their territory on Seawolf Soccer Field Even

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13 Sep 2018

Giants and SF State partner with Blood Center of the Pacific for blood drive

Collaborating with the San Francisco Giants and SF State, Blood Centers of the Pacific will hold a blood drive on Thursday, Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at

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13 Sep 2018

Colin Kaepernick, my hometown hero

Just do it. Three days prior to the start of the NFL season, Nike did just that. Nike revealed their 30th anniversary “Just Do It” campaign featuring the NFL’s most controversial

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13 Sep 2018

Governor signs bill to reduce emissions to zero by 2045

Climate leaders descended on San Francisco for this week’s Global Climate Action Summit days after Gov. Jerry Brown signed an executive order and Senate Bill 100 requiring California to reduce

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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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11 Sep 2018

Laugh the stress away at The Depot

When due dates for assignments start to pile up and interfere with work schedules, stress for students can escalate quickly. Some students turn to comedy, whether it’s unwinding after class

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11 Sep 2018

Bill ends ‘unfair’ cash bail system; critics says it’s a mistake

A new California law that abolishes cash bail now ensures that defendants don’t sit in jail for years awaiting trial just because they’re poor, say advocates. But opponents warn the

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11 Sep 2018

SF State alumnus killed in Chicago crossfire

A gifted 25-year-old SF State alumnus who had survived cancer was killed when caught in the crossfire of a shooting in Chicago on Sept. 2, just days before starting his

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11 Sep 2018

SF State veteran reflects on the impact of 9/11

This Sept. 11 marks the seventeenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which involved the hijacking of four commercial passenger planes by the terrorist group al-Qaida, resulting in the deaths

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10 Sep 2018

Women’s soccer loses 4-1 to Seattle Pacific in physical match

The Gators fell to the Seattle Pacific Falcons 4-1 on Saturday, Sept. 8 in a physical match that was played with no scoreboard thanks to the campus power outage. The

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10 Sep 2018

UPD to offer active shooter response protocol training for Safety Week

The University Police Department will offer training sessions next week on how to respond to an active shooter on campus as part of SF State’s Campus Safety Week, put on

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10 Sep 2018

After a rough home opener, the Gators face Holy Names on Tuesday

SF State women’s soccer looks to bounce back from their home opener loss as they host the Holy Names Falcons on Tuesday, Sept. 11. Defense has been a struggle for

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09 Sep 2018

Burglar breaks into student residence

A student living in SFSU housing got a shock Saturday afternoon when she encountered a burglar in her apartment as she walked out of her bedroom. The victim called University

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08 Sep 2018

Local artist uses work to fight oppression at SF State art show

Dressed in a blue printed button-down shirt with his shoulder-length hair gracing the top of his shoulders, Christian “L7” Cuadrado walked into the room with a small piece of sage

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08 Sep 2018

Rapper Mac Miller dies of apparent drug overdose

Rapper Mac Miller, 26, has reportedly died of a drug overdose, according to TMZ. Law enforcement officials are reported to have responded to an emergency call at 11:50 a.m., where

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08 Sep 2018

Black Unity Center town hall meeting discusses change within organization

In the wake of the 50th anniversary of the 1968 SF State student strike, which was carried out by members of the Black Student Union and Third World Liberation Front,

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07 Sep 2018

Comedy night gets underway at The Depot

Moonwalking hosts, jokes about depression and no sun –– it was all part of the fun at The Depot’s first comedy night of the fall semester, held on Wednesday from

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07 Sep 2018

Defensive battle against Holy Names University ends in a 1-1 draw for men’s soccer

SF State men’s soccer battled Holy Names University to a standstill on Thursday, Sept. 6, finishing the game with a 1-1 tie at Cox Stadium. Peter Swinkels (0), the SF

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06 Sep 2018

Women’s volleyball aims to start new streak by ending two

Women’s volleyball is looking to add two more wins to its 5-2 record this weekend as the Gators take on two foes at The Swamp: the Cal State Dominguez Hills

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06 Sep 2018

SF State grad shot and killed in Chicago crossfire

A photo of Shane Colombo and his mother, Tonya Nishimuta-Colombo, celebrating on Shane’s graduation day from SF State University appears on a GoFundMe page created to help pay for Shane

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06 Sep 2018

Hiero Day honors the hip-hop community

Hyphy beats, marijuana smoke and good vibes filled downtown Oakland this Labor Day as people of all ages from all over the Bay Area attended the seventh annual Hiero Day

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06 Sep 2018

Bill to end cash bail cheered and panned

A new California law that abolishes cash bail now ensures that defendants don’t sit in jail for years awaiting trial just because they’re poor, say advocates. But opponents warn the

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06 Sep 2018

Women’s soccer takes on Seattle Pacific in home opener this Saturday

Women’s soccer returns to Cox Stadium for the first time this year on Saturday, Sept. 8 when the Gators take on the Seattle Pacific Falcons. The Gators are coming off

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05 Sep 2018

SF State men’s soccer looks to extend their winning streak against Holy Names University this thursday

The undefeated SF State men’s soccer team will face the Holy Names University, who are currently 0-2, this Thursday at 4:30 p.m. at Cox Stadium. Now two games into the

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04 Sep 2018

Sonoma councilwoman fights against ‘slut-shaming’

Anonymous threats were made to Sonoma councilwoman Rachel Hundley, who was bullied into potentially dropping out of her campaign for re-election. Why, you may ask? For posting pictures of herself at the

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03 Sep 2018

Prof hopes violence and suicide prevention course goes viral

An SF State professor studying violence and suicide prevention hopes a new health and wellness course will lead to fewer tragedies among students who sign up and cause a ripple effect among

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03 Sep 2018

Women’s Volleyball Address Defensive Issues At D2 West Region Volleyball Showcase

The San Francisco State Volleyball team has now lost two games in a row after being swept 3-0 by the University of Hawaii Hilo at the D2 West Region Volleyball

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03 Sep 2018

Queer People of Color campus group returns to SF State

A defunct SF State advocacy group that was influential for shedding light on issues affecting queer people of color back in its day is about to be revived. The campus organization

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