Beta Alpha Psi provides free tax filing

Smit Parekh, Staff reporter

February 12, 2020

Last week, an article was published about the VITA program, a free tax preparation service. The headline of the article misrepresents the sponsoring organization of the program, Beta Alpha Psi, as a fraternity.  The original article ...

Fall campus crimes recap

Juan Carlos Lara, Campus News Editor

February 4, 2020

Since 2020 began, the University Police Department has received 33 crime reports, an average of approximately one per day. Before we begin reporting the scores of crimes that will occur this semester, we’d like to take a look back...

Students begin resettling themselves after studying abroad

Domenic Strazzabosco

February 4, 2020

After spending the final few months of the decade exploring different corners of the world, SF State students who studied abroad for the fall semester of 2019 have returned and began adjusting to their old norms. From Denmar...

Bomb threat remains unsolved

Jacquelyn Moreno, Staff reporter

February 4, 2020

On Thursday, Dec. 19 during the final week of the Fall 2019 semester, the university activated a campus closure, informing all students and faculty to stay off the main campus. The University Police Department’s online crime log...

Paperless parking at SFSU

Emily Cardenas, Staff reporter

January 29, 2020

SF State will be eliminating all physical parking permits beginning Feb. 1, according to Reginald Parson, Interim Assistant Vice President and Chief of Police.  In a campus-wide email, Parson discussed how these virtual permi...

SF State’s Housing Insecurity on a Rise

Kerasa Tsokas, Opinion Editor

January 28, 2020

SF State Housing insecurity by Kerasa Tsokas “Struggling students” is no longer a phrase used to describe students that have difficulty learning in class. It now refers to a widespread situation among many SF State students that have to choose between the...

Give Multimedia Students Access to Resources

Shaylyn Martos, Staff reporter

January 28, 2020

As a massive new Liberal and Creative Arts building to house the Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts (BECA) department is taking shape at SF State, just across the street, the Journalism (JOUR) department is rapidly ...

Urban farm provides hands-on solution to food insecurity

Karamel NunezMartinez, Editor in chief

January 28, 2020

$119,000, the standard price for a family to live “well” in San Francisco, according to Investopedia. San Francisco lives up to its reputation as one of the most expensive cities to live in the U.S, residents often have to...

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