Golden Gate Xpress

Kabuki actor brings a dose of Japanese tradition to campus

Wilson Gomez

November 12, 2019

Kabuki actor Kyôzô Nakamura displayed four hundred years of Japanese theater tradition in Knuth Hall last Friday as part of a lecture and demonstration of Kabuki theater. After a brief introduction by Professor Yukihiro Goto...

LGBTQ+ homeless youth struggle to get social services

Wilson Gomez

November 12, 2019

A block from the Twitter and Uber headquarters, five LGBTQ+ homeless youth recounted their experiences being homeless in San Francisco. Each had moved to the city to find a more accepting place than where they’d left behin...

Self defense class packs a punch, limited free classes for students remain

Wilson Gomez

October 29, 2019

On a hot afternoon, SF State student Claire Viadnes, was approached by a man who asked how long it would take for the bus to arrive. While Viadnes reached into her pocket to take out her phone, a second man approached her from...

Kincade Fire worsens, some refuse to leave

Wilson Gomez

October 29, 2019

Firefighters from Palo Alto Engine Co. 65 fight to save a farm on Chalk Hill Road, near Windsor Calif. Oct 27. (Photo by William Wendelman / Golden Gate Xpress) As wind speeds in Northern California intensified Sunday, firefighters across the state made an effort to save the ci...

University launches ethical Artificial Intelligence program -Wilson

Wilson Gomez

October 22, 2019

As the sun began to set, two dozen students gathered in the J. Paul Leonard Library’s Events Room last Wednesday to hear about SF State’s newly created Ethical Artificial Intelligence curriculum — the first triple discipline gra...

Pelosi announces impeachment inquiry

Wilson Gomez

October 2, 2019

  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) announced the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump Sept. 24 for pressuring the Ukranian president to investigate Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden ahead of the ...

Rent control bill passes

Wilson Gomez

September 18, 2019

Fewer than 5% of California cities impose rent control on landlords, but the state legislature approved Wednesday a bill to cap how much they can increase rent each year. Assemblyman David Chiu, D-San Francisco, proposed the Tenant Pro...

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