An SF State professor called University police (UPD) on a Black student after a minor classroom disruption April 11. Since then he has struggled to complete his coursework and contacting
INFOGRAPHIC BY PAUL EICHENHOLTZ/Golden Gate Xpress A mere four percent of the student body voted in last month’s student government elections that selected Preyansh Kotecha as the next student
Former U.S. ambassador to South Korea Kathleen Stephens met with students to discuss diplomacy with North Korea on April 25, the same day it was revealed North Korea billed the
Despite the looming housing crisis, San Francisco supervisors passed a resolution opposing Sen. Scott Wiener’s “More Homes Act” on April 2, backing long-term property owners at the expense of future
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
The holistic health department will explore a connection between posture and psychological wellness this spring in a study with test subjects attending SF State. Candidates for the study will be
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
Black student organizations rallied to condemn the Division of Equity and Community Inclusion’s decision to remove the Black Unity Center’s administrative analyst, Hanna Wodaje, from her position in early February.
This year’s Black History Month celebrations at SF State will be marred by controversy surrounding the treatment of Black students by administrators as students and faculty insist their voices be
SF State administrators proposed a strategy to charge students tuition on a per-credit basis at a Feb. 1 Budget Committee meeting, but board members debated whether raising the cost per
The San Francisco Firefighters Toy Program has partnered with Pier 39. Their toy drive includes bins for people to drop off toys or donations. At this event, kids will have
A person involved in an altercation that led to a timely warning bulletin describing her as a “transgender female” said she’s suffered on several levels since the email was issued
Earlier this month, California experienced the most deadly and devastating wildfire in state history. Hundreds of miles away in San Francisco, residents battled toxic air quality and continue to offer
An SF State alumnus who wrote for the student newspaper from 1967 to 1969 provided a first hand perspective about the university’s most tumultuous times as a documentary about the
The action that precipitated the 1968 SF State strike may have begun with the Black Student Union, but it soon spread to thousands of other students demanding the administration provide
SF State students gathered to support a Latinx community widely suffering from emotional trauma as it deals with a nation that’s increasingly hostile with anti-immigrant rhetoric. Latinx students and allies
Fred Korematsu was an American hero who fought the government’s internment of Japanese citizens during WWII to the highest court in the country. Seventy-six years later, his daughter took the
San Francisco State University will be seeking new public-private partnerships to renovate its campus, including a proposed 400-room hotel and conference center.
The University is already being approached by hotel companies to partner on the project, according to the minutes of a SF State University Foundation board meeting on March 27, 2018.
Jason Porth, vice president of University Enterprises at SF State, says at this point the university does not have a lot of details other than a proposed location on campus and a proposed number of rooms, but those can change over time.