Corrigan proposes new structure for college merger

Aaron Salazar

March 22, 2011

In an email to faculty and staff on March 21, President Robert A. Corrigan announced a new proposal for the reorganization of SF State's eight colleges. The six-college structure recommended by the University Planning Advisory Counc...

Protestors march for end to U.S. war and employee exploitation

Krissa Stanton

March 22, 2011

Protesters took to the streets of San Francisco Saturday to oppose the act of war – those being waged around the world as well as the figurative war on workers. Marking the eighth anniversary of the Iraq war, many people...

Protesters demonstrate support for Wikileaks soldier

Chase S. Kmec

March 20, 2011

For the most determined of Bradley Manning’s supporters, nothing will stop their fight to ensure his well-being. A group of demonstrators from various anti-war, peace-seeking groups gathered Sunday at Yerba Buena Gardens, a...

International relations students celebrate Diplomat Day

Megan Taros

March 19, 2011

Consulates representing countries from all over the world gathered for the second annual Diplomat Day, an event sponsored by the International Relations Student Association, to discuss the significance of their work and reach o...

International Women's Day celebration brings discussion of oppression

Devery Sheffer

March 17, 2011

“Power to the Pussy!” Seven women clad in matching pink shirts and berets chanted on stage at SF State’s Knuth Hall March 10, as they demanded a revolution in name of this year’s 16th-annual International Women’s Da...

Parade launches St. Patty's party

Spencer Devine

March 16, 2011

If green is your favorite color, you love finding pots full of gold coins and you have four-leaf clovers in your yard, then you’re already prepared for the greenest holiday of the year. On March 12, San Francisco hosted i...

Group serves up soup to stunt starvation

Christine Tjandra

March 16, 2011

The sweet scent of carrot-ginger soup lingered to tinge the noses of those outside the 16th and Mission BART station. Pots filled with beans, vegetables and soup - all vegan - surrounded the volunteers serving food. “Food,...

Reports of BART seat contamination may be overstating danger

Brenda Reyes

March 16, 2011

Andrea Simpson, an SF State student, has made it a ritual to either change her clothes or shower immediately after the one-hour BART ride from Daly City to her Concord home. The accounting major said she prefers to stand o...

SF State chuckles the way to competition

Brittany Doohan

March 15, 2011

SF State moved closer to victory in the National College Comedy Competition March 2, laughing off UC Santa Cruz at the Regional Rival Match. "Our goal is to win this thing, but stand-up performances can be difficult to rank,...

SF geological setting makes tsunami waves unlikely

Xpress Staff

March 12, 2011

By Robert Rogers- special to [X]press Japan's 8.9-magnitude earthquake has killed and displaced thousands, crumbled countless buildings and left millions of Japanese coastal residents fearing for their lives as aftershocks ...

Map of quake epicenter and affected areas in Japan

Xpress Staff

March 11, 2011

Compiled by Tearsa Hammock- special to [X]press [email protected] Check out the  map that shows the epicenter of the earthquake that devastated Japan Mar. 11, and the affected areas. [googlemaps

Be safe: What to do in tsunami emergency

Xpress Staff

March 11, 2011

By Hang Cheng - special to [X]press [email protected] To-do list in case tsunami hits San Francisco: 1. Don’t panic. 2. Stay away from the beaches and coastal areas. 3. Pay attention to the news, alarms and any other ann...

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