20 Dec 2012

PHOTOS: Groundskeepers nurture SF State

At 5:30 a.m. most people are still fast asleep, but for the groundskeepers at SF State, the work day has already begun. Baudelio Enriquez, Erasmo Flores, Juan Torres and Ricardo

12 Sep 2012

SF State freshman Guillermo Castro sustains father's legacy as men's soccer goalkeeper

A 9-year-old goalkeeper stands in front of the goal as he watches an opposing player approach the penalty box. He assesses the play — based purely on instinct — and

06 Sep 2012

PREVIEW: SF State men's soccer kicks off new season

When you see the SF State men’s soccer team this year, you’ll notice a few things. They’re bigger. They’re agile. They’re athletic. Part of that is due to the fact

05 Sep 2012

PREVIEW: SF State women's soccer team returns to field with renewed confidence

After a disappointing 2011 season, the SF State women’s soccer team is ready to prove last year was a fluke. The Gators will start the 2012 season with 18 returners,

14 Mar 2012

INTERACTIVE TIMELINE: California Faculty Association and the CSU

Relations between the California Faculty Association and the CSU Administration have been tumultuous and this timeline indicates the time when there was an impasse between the two sides from 1995

26 Feb 2012

PHOTOS: Third annual San Francisco polar plunge

Roughly 1,000 people took a plunge into San Francisco’s frigid bay as part of the third annual Polar Plunge. Families and costume-wearing participants filled the bleachers at San Francisco’s Aquatic

14 Feb 2012

VIDEO: What purchases make you the happiest?

Xpress editors went around campus to ask students what kind of material purchases make them the happiest. Interviews by Angela Raiford. Shot by Henry Nguyen. Video produced by Godofredo Vasquez.

07 Feb 2012

VIDEO: What are some creative ways to solve the budget crisis at SF State?

Editors Elissa Torres, Henry Nguyen and Godofredo Vasquez search the SF State campus in search of creative ideas to solve the University’s budget crisis. SF State, like the rest of

04 Feb 2012

VIDEO: Theatre group prepares to bring "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot" to the stage

Xpress gets a backstage peek at “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot,” a production by SF State’s Players’ Club. Every year this student organization produces one full-length play, which is

29 Jan 2012

VIDEO: Should SF State presidential candidates be required to visit campus?

Editors Michelle Olson and Godofredo Vasquez hit the SF State campus in search of students’ views on whether candidates for the SF State’s president position should or should not visit

28 Jan 2012

SF State men's basketball ends six-game losing streak, defeats UC San Diego

The SF State men’s basketball team scored six unanswered points to start the game and led the game all night against the visiting UC San Diego Tritons, winning 56-45 Saturday. Saturday’s

11 Nov 2011

New assistant coach brings dedication, leadership to men's basketball team

To be a coach of a sport at any level requires a great degree of dedication, intelligence, patience and passion of the game. Newly-hired assistant basketball coach Alex Pribble, 26,

25 Oct 2011

SF State baseball team raising money for player who was struck by vehicle

While trying to catch a bus home Sept. 9 at approximately 9:30 p.m., Mo Mariscal, second baseman for SF State, was struck by a vehicle on the corner of Holloway

29 Aug 2011

Gator men's soccer suffers penalty shootout loss against University of Missouri-St. Louis

The SF State men’s soccer team outplayed University of Missouri-St. Louisfor most of the game but fell short during penalty kicks (4-2) of the title game at the Cal State

22 Aug 2011

Men's soccer team determined to turn around losing record

Last year left a sour taste in the mouths of SF State’s male soccer players, marking the sixth consecutive season with a losing record. As bleak as that record may

22 Aug 2011

Gator women's soccer veterans expected to impress this season

Last year the SF State women’s soccer team finished with an 11-5-5 record, a California Collegiate Athletic Association championship, and a ticket to the NCAA tournament. Pretty impressive campaign, especially

17 May 2011

Student-advisory role a highlight for runner Fernandez

For Max Fernandez, cross-country offered a way to get out of fifth period in high school without having to skip class. The idea to join the cross-country team was first

17 May 2011

Bay to Breakers unites athletes and partiers

Thousands of people ran, walked and partied on the city streets of San Francisco as they celebrated the 100th annual Bay to Breakers race May 15. The 12K race hosted two

16 May 2011

Basketball star Dominique Hunter leaps to bright future

As Dominique Hunter ends her four-year basketball career at San Francisco State University, she is moving on to bigger and better things. Hunter, 21, played center and became a contributor

15 May 2011

PHOTOS: Bay to Breakers caters to diverse participants

[imagebrowser id=2] Thousands of people ran, walked and partied on the city streets of San Francisco as they celebrated the 100th annual Bay to Breakers race May 15. The 12K