12 Mar 2019

Administrators opt to repurpose funds despite law

SF State administrators opted to divert money the state legislature earmarked last year for increasing tenure-track faculty density to instead bump up course offerings, despite concerns raised by the California

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12 Mar 2019

Panel discusses educational agreement, Oakland strike

Inspired by the recent victory of the Oakland teacher strike, students, teachers and community members attended a teaching about the role of unions on Thursday. Hosted by SF State’s Graduate

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12 Mar 2019

Tenure-track faculty are worth funding

In a bid to pad metrics that justify their six-figure salaries, SF State administrators have repurposed funds meant to improve the well-being of the campus community to instead increase class

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12 Mar 2019

Land development divides community

The Bayview’s India Basin neighborhood has some residents weighing the benefits of a controversial plan to develop land near toxic waste sites that was approved last October. Community members raised

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12 Mar 2019

Venezuela conflict carries over to Bay Area

Numerous organizations rallied at United Nations Plaza on Saturday before marching down Market Street to protest United States interventionism tactics in Venezuela and other Latin American countries. Community organizations participating

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12 Mar 2019

Conference focuses on self-empowerment

Alumna Michelle Moran cries during a workshop on reconnecting with your body against the pressures of society to fit a certain standard at the eighth annual Women’s Center Conferenceon March

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12 Mar 2019

Five-person London acting crew highlights Shakespeare

London actors visited SF State to share the timelessness of Shakespeare and teach a new style of acting. According to their website, Actors From The London Stage is one of

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12 Mar 2019

Women’s track and field assistant arrested

San Jose Police arrested SF State women’s assistant track and field coach Chioke Robinson on campus Thursday, Feb. 21, for the alleged sexual assault of four minors over a 12-year

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12 Mar 2019

Communication students organize ceremony

The Communication Studies Student Association announced that after an extensive effort the communication department will hold its first student-led graduation celebration. The CSSA is a student organization that was established

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12 Mar 2019

Mentality invigorates skill

Alexis Henry (left) runs during practice at Cox Stadium, Monday, Mar 11, 2019. After placing 10th as a program at the 2018-19 NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field Championships,

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12 Mar 2019

Therapy dogs invoke stress-relief, love

PHOTOS BY: CHRIS ROBLEDO/Golden Gate Xpress      

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