21 May 2019

Soon-to-be alumni ponder graduate school options

With commencement coming next week, graduating SF State students are getting ready to take the next step in their lives. For many that will mean beginning their professional careers and

23 Apr 2019

Four percent elect president

INFOGRAPHIC BY PAUL EICHENHOLTZ AND CODY MCFARLAND/Golden Gate Xpress   SF State students voted Preyansh Kotecha as the incoming Associated Students president, according to unofficial election results posted on the

09 Apr 2019

University prepares for the ‘big one’

Assessors survey damage on the second floor between the old and new administration buildings (RON BINGHAM/GOLDEN GATER)   In the event of a major earthquake, the nearly 30,000 students at

28 Mar 2019

SF State professor and disability rights activist Anita Silvers dies

Anita Silvers, celebrated philosopher, disability activist and SF State professor of over 50 years, died March 14 of pneumonia. She was 78. Silvers was known nationally as an advocate for

08 Mar 2019

Poetry to preserve Black voices

The Poetry Center at SF State held its first annual Black Studies Series this past February, in honor of Black History Month. The poetry shared at the Black Studies Series

05 Mar 2019

Russian River floods Sonoma

GUERNEVILLE — Severe flooding from the Russian River forced residents from more than 20 Sonoma County communities to evacuate for four days, according to a press release by Sonoma County

21 Feb 2019

Asian American Studies hosts commemoration for Third World Liberation Front strike

The Asian American Studies department hosted a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Third World Liberation Front strike at the Student Life Event Center Tuesday night.

19 Feb 2019

Presidents Day puts groceries on hold

Students who use the the Gator Groceries program were unable to use the service Monday because SF-Marin Food Bank, the company that stocks the pantry, was closed in observance of

15 Feb 2019

Glen Park BART station reopens after suspicious package found

The Glen Park BART station in San Francisco has reopened after a suspicious package was reported on a train Friday afternoon between 1:10 and 1:15 p.m., according to a recorded

13 Feb 2019

SF State professor and renowned poet dies at 83

Poet and former professor Kathleen Fraser died in Emeryville on Feb. 5 of natural causes, according to a statement from her publisher, Nightboat Books. Fraser taught creative writing at SF