30 Nov 2018

Make some time for self-care at the Holistic Health open house

Take a break from studying for finals to come to get some free food, listen to music and relieve stress. The Holistic Health Department has an open house on Monday,

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29 Nov 2018

The time is near, Santacon is here

Santa Claus is coming to town, more like thousands of Santas — this is SantaCon. The Dec. 8 event is a gathering of Santas, Mrs. Clauses, elves and even Grinches

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29 Nov 2018

SF State breaks ground on $81M Liberal and Creative Arts construction project

San Francisco State University administrators celebrated the groundbreaking of a new $81 million Liberal and Creative Arts building to replace the old Broadcast Electronic and Creative Arts building during an

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29 Nov 2018

Surf punk band releases album

Not to be mistaken with the Belgian pop-rock band of the same name, this surf-rock band hailing from Orange County is Mint. A group of three SF State students and

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29 Nov 2018

Indigenous people gather for sunrise

This year marked the 49th annual Indigenous Peoples’ Sunrise Gathering on Alcatraz Island. The yearly tradition represents Native Americans’ resistance to the celebration of Thanksgiving, a holiday that represents the

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29 Nov 2018

Men’s basketball look to win at home against nationally-ranked Cal Poly Pomona, powerhouse Chico State

The SF State men’s basketball team will complete the back end of their three-game homestand this week, with games against the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos Thursday night and the Chico

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28 Nov 2018

Gators seek to snap five game losing streak against Chico State on Saturday

SF State women’s basketball will host the Chico State Wildcats in a conference matchup on Saturday, Dec. 1 at 1 p.m. The Gators are currently on a two-game winning streak,

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28 Nov 2018

Holiday Deals Arrive at the SFSU Bookstore

The holiday season has finally arrived and so have the savings on all apparel and supplies online at the SF State bookstore. Get more for your buck before the epic

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28 Nov 2018

Global Museum teaches holiday traditions for final event

The Global Museum is hosting a holiday event in the fine arts building on Dec. 5 to celebrate holiday traditions from around the world. This event is open to anyone

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28 Nov 2018

Wildlife struggle to survive in the city

In some of the Bay Area’s most populated communities, mountain lions and coyotes prowl backyards, freeways and streets. While these sightings can cause fear among people, the real threat is

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28 Nov 2018

Alumnus, award winning comic book artist opens up shop

San Francisco State has a comic studies program. It is taught by Eisner award winning Nick Sousanis. Before there was a comic studies program SF State alumnus found their way

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28 Nov 2018

Thefts surge across campus

Hold on to your belongings, SF State is experiencing a rash of thefts across campus. Since the beginning of October, victims have reported 51 incidents of petty theft, grand theft,

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28 Nov 2018

BART directors vow improved safety in wake of homicides

“Where BART clearly failed over the summer is communicating to the public about serious and even fatal incidents that happen at their station,” said Janice Li, San Francisco bicycle activist

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28 Nov 2018

Africana Studies professor, former BSU president makes strides within College of Ethnic Studies

His laid-back vibe and casual attire may fool you at first, but as soon as professor Serie McDougal speaks about his passion for teaching Africana Studies, his presence takes over

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27 Nov 2018

CSU application deadline extended for prospective students facing hardships due to wildfires

The California State University of the Chancellor (CSU) has extended the priority application period for Fall 2019 admission to Dec. 15 in respect to prospective students who are facing hardship

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27 Nov 2018

Dining services promotes stop hunger initiative for Bay Area community

In honor of World Kindness Day celebrated earlier this month, the SF State Dining Services will be holding a PB&J Drive, Stop Hunger Initiative, on Wednesday, November 28 from noon

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27 Nov 2018

Gators score most points since 1997 in 102-92 victory

SF State women’s basketball scored the most points since 1997 in their 102-92 victory against the Academy of Art Urban Knights on Sunday, Nov. 25. SF State had a 2-0

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27 Nov 2018

Camp Fire evacuees cling to each other

As firefighters smothered the last embers of the Camp Fire over Thanksgiving weekend, the evacuees who lost all their material possessions clung to what’s truly most valuable — one another.

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26 Nov 2018

Natatorium closure continues

The Mashouf Wellness Center’s natatorium remains closed prior to SF State’s campus closure due to unhealthy air quality and Thanksgiving break. The natatorium initially closed on Nov.13 which prompted SF

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26 Nov 2018

SF State popular choice among international students

San Francisco is diverse in art, religious beliefs, gender, cuisine and political beliefs. This diversity permeates throughout campus and within the programs and events offered to students, which allows them

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26 Nov 2018

Skater grows grip tape business

Tomoko Oikawa, a business management student at SF State, sits on “3 up 3 down,” a famous staircase known for skateboarding in the SoMa district of downtown San Francisco. Her

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25 Nov 2018

Journalism professors call for increased diversity in the media

In 1967, cities such as Nebraska, Tennessee and Detroit exploded in riots. The violence was the result of decades upon decades of discrimination against the African American population. In response,

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25 Nov 2018

Super commuting ‘sacrifice’ takes toll on SF State students

On an average school day, SF State student Lianna Reich, 25, will leave her home in Healdsburg, California around 7:15 a.m. to embark on her commute. She will take a

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25 Nov 2018

#MeToo, Monica Lewinsky’s story 20 years later

The Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton affair could’ve been a cheesy, low-budget Lifetime movie. But it was true. A young, beautiful intern falls in love with the President of the

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24 Nov 2018

Black Friday confuses community with consumerism

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, where children run around stores grabbing every colorful light, and people yell at the cashier for not having an overstock of XL

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21 Nov 2018

‘Robin Hood’ misses the mark

When I was a little girl, I watched the story of the legend of a hero who would steal from the rich to give to the poor. A hero who

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20 Nov 2018

Stay active on Thanksgiving at the annual Turkey Trot

It is time to gobble ’til you wobble! The annual SF Turkey Trot is back. Kick off Thanksgiving day with a fun turkey themed run, ranging from a kids gobbler

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20 Nov 2018

Queer homecoming celebrates inclusivity

Dozens of members of SF State’s LGBTQ+ community celebrated Queer Homecoming in the Mashouf Wellness Center’s MAC gym Friday night. Queer Homecoming is hosted by EGAY, an organization at SF

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19 Nov 2018

Pink satin pointe shoes push the Eurocentric ideals of ballet

Ballet and inclusivity have never been synonymous. Classical ballet has pushed Eurocentric ideals through music, themes and casting. So much so that people of color make a significant minority, an

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19 Nov 2018

Anderson .Paak’s “Oxnard” hits heavy notes

Anderson .Paak, formerly known as Breezy Lovejoy, released his third studio album “Oxnard”, blasting good vibes, bass thumps and funky elements to the table. This is .Paak’s first release on

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18 Nov 2018

Michael Bublé reminds us what “Love” is on new album

Michael Bublé is feeling good, really good with “Love,” his 10th studio album, containing cherished jazz classics and a new contemporary direction. Bublé is back, and thank God it’s not

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18 Nov 2018

‘May the Devil Take You’ scares stereotypically

Indonesian horror film, “May the Devil Take You,” premiered on Netflix this week, adding another layer to the endless list of Netflix originals and capturing a new angle to a

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18 Nov 2018

‘Green Book’: Deep South car ride ends in unlikely friendship

“Green Book” shows the unlikely friendship between a white bouncer and an elegant black musician who he is hired to chauffeur through the deep South in 1962. The film is

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17 Nov 2018

Latest Smashing Pumpkins album conforms to pop era

The drilling, heavy riffs you may be used to from any other Smashing Pumpkins album lacks in their new album “Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1/ LP: No past.

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17 Nov 2018

Mumford & Sons “Delta” Review – a darker and thrilling album

After three years, the popular band Mumford & Sons reinvented themselves with their latest album “Delta.” The band teamed up with mega-pop producer Paul Epworth, who has worked with Coldplay

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17 Nov 2018

SF State closes campus following blanket of smoke from Camp Fire

Following the ignition of the Camp Fire in Butte County a week ago, 71 people have been killed, more than 148,000 acres have burned and nearly 10,000 homes were destroyed,

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