Golden Gate Xpress

Earlier Black Friday openings push working students’ plans

Chloe Johnson

November 28, 2014

While most people enjoyed traditional feasts and family gatherings this Thanksgiving, many retail workers had to compromise their plans to work during the Black Friday frenzy. Stores that were previously closed on the holiday,...

Measure E: More BS From the BOS

Chloe Johnson

November 4, 2014

As San Francisco debates important issues like affordable housing and raising minimum wage, the Board of Supervisors is passionately pushing for a sales tax on sugary drinks known as Measure E. While the programs Measure E...

University debates controversial fees that could begin 2016

Chloe Johnson

October 22, 2014

SF State students could face a student success fee on top of their tuition starting in 2016 if faculty, administration and the student body can all agree--and the governor is willing to approve it. The University’s Student...

AMCHA is too aggressive about anti-Semitism

Chloe Johnson

October 1, 2014

Last spring, a controversial Santa Cruz-based group called the AMCHA Initiative alerted SF State officials about some threatening Tumblr posts by a then-current student. The posts were genuinely disturbing. In them, the student...

Christian club loses support and funding from CSU system

Chloe Johnson

September 27, 2014

The California State University (CSU) system derecognized a campus Christian club and its statewide chapters at the start of the semester on the grounds of religious discrimination, denying them access to university funding, campus...

$2.1 million gym renovations invite SF State athletics into the 21st century

Chloe Johnson

September 12, 2014

Standing at the free-throw line of the basketball court, Don Nasser, the primary funder for renovations to the gym and a University alumnus, could not quite make the shot. President Leslie E. Wong then stepped up, but the ball...

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