Clinton email negligence does not equal malicious intent

Jason Rejali

November 6, 2016

Last week FBI Director James Comey released a statement to Congress about Hillary Clinton’s emails, breathing new life into one of the primary criticisms of her candidacy for president. After Comey himself said the investiga...

University police suggest caution in wake of recent burglaries

Jason Rejali

October 13, 2016

SF State police are currently investigating nine burglaries that happened between Sept. 2 and Sept. 21 in University Park South.   According to University police, three of the burglaries were forced entries, with s...

Board of Supervisors hears panels report on SFPD transparency

Jason Rejali

October 13, 2016

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors heard from judges and members of the public at their meeting last week to address the findings of the Blue Ribbon Panel’s report on transparency, accountability and fairness in law enforcement.  ...

Car Break-ins On The Rise

Jason Rejali

October 5, 2016

[media-credit id=433 align="alignnone" width="742"][/media-credit] Car break-ins near SF State and the surrounding Taraval area have risen 30 percent in two years, according to police incident reports.     There have been 46 auto ...

Parkmerced Construction To Affect Student Parking

Jason Rejali

October 1, 2016

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an ordinance on Tuesday that will vacate streets around SF State to make make way for construction and redevelopment of the Parkmerced area.   Scheduled to start in March 2017, construction will take approximately two years to complete, ...

New cloud-based system will connect all 23 CSU libraries

Jason Rejali

September 12, 2016

SF State will introduce a new $3 million cloud-based platform that will link all California State University library databases.  In the works since last year, the new United Library Management Service will make it faster and...

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