21 May 2019

Graduation speakers share preparation

Graduation speaker and International Relations major Maria Jose Lozano stands for a portrait wearing a sash with Colombian flag on it at SF State on May 16, 2019. (JAMES CHAN/Golden

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07 May 2019

NCAA deemed senior walk-on ineligible

Senior Guard Niquis Garland dribbling the ball on the court in The Swamp on April 29, 2019. (JAMES CHAN/Golden Gate Xpress)   Just two weeks after setting a career-high with

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30 Apr 2019

Gas prices in state exceed $4 per gallon

INFOGRAPHIC BY BRIAN VU with reporting BY AUDREY ESOMONU/Golden Gate Xpress    The cost of gasoline in California soared in April, with some San Francisco gas stations charging more than

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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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09 Apr 2019

Deferral of death penalty backed

INFOGRAPHIC CREATED BY PAUL EICHENHOLTZ AND AUDREY ESOMONU/Golden Gate Xpress    Gov. Gavin Newsom halted the death penalty on March 13, granting a reprieve to 737 inmates on death row

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22 Mar 2019

Oakland teacher strike inspires other Bay Area school districts to follow

Keith Brown, President of Oakland Education Association speaks at the Teachers Strike rally in Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019 in Oakland, Calif. (AMANDA PETERSON/ SPECIAL TO GOLDEN

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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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05 Mar 2019

Tentative contract ends seven-day teacher strike

OAKLAND — Teachers returned to their classrooms Monday after seven days of strikes resulted in the approval of a tentative contract between the school district and the Oakland Education Association.

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04 Mar 2019

New bill makes it safer for sex workers to report violent crimes

Sen. Scott Wiener introduced a bill on Feb. 11 that would make it easier for sex workers to report violent crimes to the police without the fear of being prosecuted.

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04 Mar 2019

Camp Fire aftermath: Chico and Paradise three months later

The residents of Chico and Paradise are struggling to rebuild their homes and resume their lives three months after the deadliest and most destructive fire in California history ravaged their

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26 Feb 2019

As BART experiences higher demand, new Transbay crossing may be the answer

As more people rely on public transportation each year in the Bay Area, BART is considering adding a second Transbay crossing to keep up with its growing ridership. The demand

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19 Feb 2019

Project Rebound gets $250K

A SF State program that helps formerly incarcerated people enter college will receive $250,000 as part of a significant funding increase for higher education, according to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s 2019

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16 Feb 2019

Actors from London set to visit SF State

Actors from the London Stage, a Shakespeare theater company, will visit SF State March 5-9 as part of their American tour. The touring group was developed in 1975 by professor

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05 Feb 2019

Fine Arts Museum announces free admission for SF residents

The de Young and Legion of Honor museums will be free for San Francisco residents starting April 6. San Francisco is one of the most expensive places to live in

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05 Feb 2019

SFCTA aims to impose Lombard St. access fee

The long, crooked attraction known as Lombard Street may not be free to visitors anymore as the San Francisco Transportation Authority met with residents on Jan. 30 to look for

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