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...

SF deadlier for cyclists, city declares emergency

Corey Browning

November 12, 2019

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors declared a state of emergency Nov. 5 in response to pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities in the city. The resolution comes days after a woman was killed and a man critically injured while wa...

Edward said and his activism honored on his murals anniversary

Lance Tisuela

November 12, 2019

As students gathered on Nov. 7 in Jack Adams Hall of the Cesar Chavez Student Center to celebrate the 12th anniversary of the inauguration of the Edward Said mural at SF State, a portion of the room was lit in green and red to...

Crime Blotter: Stonestown police activity

Juan Carlos Lara

November 12, 2019

On Nov. 2, the San Francisco Police Department responded to a 911 call from security personnel at the Stonestown Galleria about a man with a firearm. The man in question reportedly attempted to use counterfeit bills at a gaming...


Robert Juarez

November 12, 2019

The National Football League became a battle of arms over the last decade. Every team is looking for the next “gunslinger”such as a Brett Favre, Patrick Mahomes, or Lamar Jackson to rifle the ball  down field. However, i...

Prop C motivates students to vote on campus

Briana Battle

November 12, 2019

Census data shows young adults are notorious for low voter turnout, but despite this trend, SF State students still came out to the on-campus polling place at Towers to cast their vote Nov. 5 for the ballot measures that mattered ...

SFPD falls short on reforms

Sam Moore

November 5, 2019

It took three years for the San Francisco Police Department to complete 29 of 272 recommendations that the U.S. Justice Department handed down to them in 2016,  in response to a series of high-profile police shootings and scand...

Trump’s ‘public charge’ policy blocked

Shelley Wang

November 5, 2019

Federal judges in New York, California and Washington temporarily halted President Donald Trump’s policy to potentially deny immigrants green cards based on their usage on government benefits, four days before the law would ha...

SF cuts contracts with anti-abortion states

Shelley Wang

November 5, 2019

Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Vallie Brown announced Oct. 16 that beginning 2020 San Francisco will ban city-funded travel and business with companies based in 22 states that have policies restricting abortions. Approved ...

SF State distributes masks as North Bay burns

Noor Baig

November 5, 2019

SF State announced distribution of N-95 masks on campus following the fires in the North Bay in an email last week. Students can pick up masks at Mashouf Wellness Center or Student Health Services, and staff can go to the Env...

Brandon Lee airlifted back to SF

David Mamaril Horowitz

November 5, 2019

SF State alumnus Brandon Lee followed his heart across the globe nine years ago, leaving behind the comfort and safety of his San Francisco home to advocate for poor farmers in the Ifugao province of the Philippines.  ...

SF State Hall of Fame welcomes four new members

Eliza Flynn

November 5, 2019

Distinguished members of the SF State community dined at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in celebration of the induction of four new members to the SF State Hall of Fame Saturday, Nov. 2. The university’s signature purple lit up ...

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