GoldenGateXpress

Bangladesh safety monitor trumpets workers rights at SF State

Joe Fitzgerald

May 14, 2013

The collapse of a Bangladeshi garment factory building, which produced American and European retail clothing, reverberated around the world. The tragedy left 1127 low-wage workers dead and thousands injured caused by neglect of safety standards by building owners. SF State recently identif...

Graduation ceremony cost elicits student disapproval

Joe Fitzgerald

April 7, 2013

Expensive graduation ceremony fees are the newest topic of SF State intrigue in the Bay Area news scene after the San Francisco Chronicle broke the story April 1, that a family of five in the psychology department would need to pay...

New student group fosters Filipino men in developing identity

Joe Fitzgerald

April 2, 2013

Editor's Note: Though this article contains general details about a meeting in the Counseling and Psychological Services Department on campus, all meetings are confidential. None of the quotes that appear in this article a...

SFSU Confessions closing after rumors of school pressure

Joe Fitzgerald

March 3, 2013

UPDATE March 5 The SFSU Confessions page which was scrolled and shared by thousands of SF State students shut down Sunday night, as the page administrator's fear of legal battles grew. Many schools have their own "confessions" page, often started by students. SFSU Con...

SFSU Confessions marks new outlet for campus gossip

Joe Fitzgerald

February 27, 2013

Editor's note: Due to the possible punitive action SF State could take against the administrator of the “SFSU Confessions” page were his/her identity revealed, we have decided to keep the administrator’s identity anonymous. We ...

The Student News Site of Golden Gate Xpress