Global Museum exhibit focuses on indigenous communities

MJ Johnson

October 15, 2019

Hygrocybe noelokelani or “the pink rose in the mist” is a species of fungi found in the high elevation wet cloud forests of Maui. These pink little mushrooms are being threatened by climate change.  Professor of mycology Dennis ...

Gorsuch vote may determine if Title VII protections include sexual orientation and gender identity

Sam Moore

October 15, 2019

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Oct. 8 on whether Title VII, applies to workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in the cases Bostock v. Clayton County and R.G. and G.R. Harris Funeral...

Tours of new cultural flavors of SF

Briana Battle, Art Director

October 7, 2019

Chuy’s Fiestas It’s no secret that San Francisco’s Mission District has a surplus of Mexican food. It’s nearly impossible to walk a few blocks in the Mission without coming across one of its many Mexican restaurants....

SF Planning tackles a racist history

David Mamaril Horowitz

October 7, 2019

Back in the 50s and 60s in San Francisco, house deeds prevented homeowners from selling houses to people of color, and banks refused to provide home loans to African-Americans.  National laws outlawed these discriminatory...

4 injured as Excelsior fire burns 2 homes

Corey Browning

October 7, 2019

Four people were hospitalized after a two-alarm fire broke out in an Excelsior District home Monday, Oct. 7.  Three injured residents and a firefighter are expected to be okay with mild to moderate injuries. The fire originat...

‘Red Tawks’ emphasize American Indian Studies struggle

Juan Carlos Lara, Campus News Editor

October 7, 2019

Joanne Barker, the department chair for American Indian Studies (AIS) addressed a crowd on Sept. 25, kicking off the first event in a series of Red Tawks— discussions and workshops meant to commemorate the 50th anniversary of...

City creates street-level drug dealing task force

Corey Browning

October 1, 2019

The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the creation of a task force Sept. 24 to tackle the street-level drug dealing which plagues the Tenderloin, SoMa and Mid-Market neighborhoods.    The 12-seat committee will advise city o...

London Breed discusses homeless seniors at SF State

Carly Wipf

September 30, 2019

While accepting the 2019 Distinguished Long Term Care Advocate Award for her work with aging communities, Mayor London Breed opened the ongoing discussion about homelessness among the city’s aging population to a public forum du...

SF emergency water inadequate for earthquakes

Corey Browning

September 26, 2019

A major earthquake is due to strike San Francisco, and the western and southeastern neighborhoods lack seismically sound water pipes, leaving more than 300,000 residents vulnerable to the catastrophic fires that would follow. Tha...

Meet the strikers

Lance Tisuela

September 24, 2019

Hear and see 10 climate strikers and learn about their sign and why they think it's important to stand up for climate change. The climate change strike took place on Sept. 20 and SF State students and residents gathered to pro...

Students rally for change

Students rally for change

September 24, 2019

The Student News Site of Golden Gate Xpress