UC Berkeley protesters arrested during Day of Action

Juan Martinez
March 3, 2011
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Approximately 12 UC Berkeley students were arrested Tuesday night after occupying Benjamin Ide Wheeler Hall in protest of proposed budget cuts to higher education. The crowd separated into three groups at 9:30 p.m. to discuss the possible consequences of intentionally trespassing onto the lobby. More and more police officers began to arrive as the stu...

March 2 'Day of Action' Photo Gallery by the Xpress photo staff

Eric Soracco
March 2, 2011
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A collection of photographs from Day of Action from the [X]press photo staff. ...

Outside auditor presents budgetary evaluation of University

Megan Taros
February 24, 2011
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An outside auditor released his findings today at the Nob Hill Room of the Seven Hills Conference Center, which challenged the appropriate utilization of $98 million in SF State financial reserves. Howard Bunsis, a professor of accounting at Eastern Michigan University who has done similar analys...

Barbie learns a lesson at SF State

Natasha Artavia
February 22, 2011
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Whether you are full-figured, curvy or thin, whether you are a man or woman, chances are you have felt some unwanted pressure about your appearance at one point or another in your life. But why should you be told how to look? Why should your size be a topic of debate? This is where SF State’s annual Love Your Body Week comes in to play....

National Condom Week brings promotion of the female condom

Jennifer Terman
February 17, 2011
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The Peer Educators Advocating Campus Health group gave out bags of free condoms and lubricant this week as part of National Condom Week. PEACH, a peer program dedicated to promoting positive health decision in nutrition and sexuality, offered students bags including instructional sheets for sexual ...

Stow Lake set for upgrade

Jennifer Terman
February 15, 2011
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The tranquil waters of the Golden Gate Park landmark Stow Lake will undergo changes after a new concession lease for its neighboring boathouse goes into effect in mid-March. New tables, a new fleet of boats, and a change from a food stand to a small restaurant that serves locally-grown and sustainably produced options are all on the slate of upgr...

Gators hit off season with 5-1 victory

Sara Donchey
February 9, 2011
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The SF State Gators baseball team opened their season Friday with a 5-1 win, out-pitching the 15th ranked Fresno Pacific Sunbirds. In his first game as a Gator, sophomore left-hander Steven Dea gave up just one run on five hits over seven innings while striking out four. Junior right-handed pitcher Matthew Cumm...

Board of Supervisors ban unsolicited Yellow Pages

Jennifer Terman
February 9, 2011
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In an attempt to reduce both its ecological footprint and recycling costs, San Francisco is making efforts to curb the dissemination of unwanted phone directories. The Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance Feb. 1 to ban the unsolicited distribution of Yellow Pages phone books for a three-year tr...

"Birds and the Bees" talk gives a sting of embarrassment

Xpress Staff
February 8, 2011
Filed under Opinion

The sex talk can be an awkward occasion, especially if you’re required to sign a contract about your individual sexual activity with your brand new roommate and overlooking resident assistant. For students living in University housing, this is just an uncomfortable part of the getting-to-know-you process. Currentl...

SF State to host first Pride Prom on Friday

Eric Green
February 8, 2011
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With gowns and tuxedos, corsages and silk ties, come Friday SF State students will have their day as royalty. Thanks to the Queer Alliance Organization, the Pride Committee and the University LGBT Club, “Everything Great About You,” SF State will be hosting its first-ever Pride Prom. On Feb. 11, t...

PODCAST: SF State Professor Dina Ibrahim discusses Egyptian conflict

February 5, 2011
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Click here to listen to Podcast by Aaron Salazar Two days before the waves of revolution reached the shores of the Nile River, Dina Ibrahim left her native country of Egypt to return to her teaching position at SF State. While Ibrahim, 35, was in Egypt during winter recess, Tunisian protesters org...

Utilities extension program brings construction to campus

Megan Taros
January 28, 2011
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For many, it's been difficult to avoid the nearly 10-foot hole in front of the Café Rosso near the humanities building. Though the site may seem intimidating and troublesome, but it is nothing to fear. The exposed pipes within the hole are hot water lines, nothing deadly or dangerous. The projec...

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