16 Apr 2019

Students For Quality Education to host town hall on student safety

Students For Quality Education will host a student safety town hall at SF State as part of its “No Harm, Disarm” campaign on Tuesday April 16, to discuss student safety

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16 Apr 2019

Anti-abortion group incites protest

Matthew Vaughn argues with students as they tear up pamphlets during a demonstration in the quad by the organizations Project Truth, Genocide Awareness Project and Center for Bioethical Reform on

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16 Apr 2019

CSU policy changes sexual misconduct investigations

Art courtesy of End Rape On Campus (EROC), Title IX.   Title IX investigators illustrated how revised procedures affect students who report sexual misconduct complaints against other students in an

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16 Apr 2019

School of Business receives $25 million in cryptocurrency

Various cryptocurrencies are displayed including (left to right) Bitcoin, XRP, and Ethereum. (Image by Miloslav Hamřík from Pixabay. )   The College of Business accepted a $25 million donation in

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16 Apr 2019

Anti-abortion activists ignore societal conditions

A Genocide Awareness Project sign with the words “Fuck you bitch my body my choice,” scrawled on it in front of the Cesar Chavez Center during an anti-abortion protest on

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16 Apr 2019

Subconscious motives influence student’s green footprint

Image by Nadine3103 from Wikimedia Commons.   Since the first celebration of Earth Day in 1970, the common preception is that environmentalism is an everyday choice, but it’s arguable that

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16 Apr 2019

Concrete falls from Richmond bridge again, disrupts traffic

Cars cross the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge on May 14, 2014. (Photo by Don McCollough from Flikr.)   Reports of falling concrete from the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge’s upper deck stalled traffic

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16 Apr 2019

Infectious disease reaches highest rate since 2014

Measles OutbreakInfogram An outbreak of measles swept across California, with 21 confirmed cases as of April 10, including cases in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Santa Cruz, according to the

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16 Apr 2019

All-women’s improv troupe breaks stereotypes

The Janice Improv Group performs their comedy routine at the Endgames Improv Training Center in the Mission district of San Francisco, Calif., on Friday, April 12, 2019. (CHRIS ROBLEDO/ Golden

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16 Apr 2019

LGBTQ Scholars of Color seek equal representation

The LGBTQ Scholars of Color Network hosted its third biennial conference at SF State to discuss LGBTQ people of color in the academic sphere. The LGBTQ Scholars of Color Network

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16 Apr 2019

Costly, tedious application process takes shine off graduation

SF State University President Leslie E. Wong speaks to more than 8,000 graduates at AT&T Park during at the college’s 2015 Commencement ceremony. (BRIAN CHURCHWELL / Golden Gate Xpress)  

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16 Apr 2019

College of Ethnic Studies to add minors

The Academic Senate approved areas of minor study in Critical Pacific Islands and Oceania studies, Queer Ethnic Studies and on April 16 it will vote on Critical Mixed Race studies,

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16 Apr 2019

Late-inning heroics give Gators series victory at East Bay

The Gators won three of four games against the Cal State East Bay Pioneers to climb to second place in conference standings over the weekend. SF State took a lopsided

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16 Apr 2019

Gators outlast Otters in extra innings, take series 3-1

The Gators play the Sonoma State Seawolves in a doubleheader at SF State on Tuesday, April 9. (TRISTEN ROWEAN/ Golden Gate Xpress)   SF State softball improved to 29-16, the

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