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VIDEO: What do you think of paying higher student fees for a new recreation center at SF State?

VIDEO: What do you think of paying higher student fees for a new recreation center at SF State?

Juan De Anda
February 22, 2012
Filed under Life

SF State students will soon see an increase in a mandatory recreation center fee of $35 that is paid with tuition. The fee not only covers costs for students to use the current facilities, but also will be used to build a new facility to be completed several years from now. The new recreation center...

More SF State students returning to Career Center for help in difficult economy

Krissa Stanton
December 8, 2011
Filed under Uncategorized

While students struggle to find careers after graduating from college, not all of them are taking advantage of the resources available to them on campus. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate among college students has climbed to 4.4 percent in October from 4.2 percent the pr...

Early Childhood Education Center lends a hand to student parents

Early Childhood Education Center lends a hand to student parents

Brittney Barsotti
October 12, 2011
Filed under Uncategorized

Sleepless nights, tight schedules and struggling to pay the bills are common woes on any college campus. These struggles are exacerbated when students are also facing the heavy responsibility of feeding, raising and finding the time to spend with a child. The demanding nature of classes while needing to maint...

Student workers lose hours since COVID-19 pandemic

Student workers lose hours since COVID-19 pandemic

Jacquelyn Moreno, Staff reporter
March 18, 2020
Filed under Campus, Coronavirus

On-campus workers are suffering from slashed hours and job uncertainty since the cancellation of face-to-face classes. Olga Castaneda, a fifth-year business major works at Peet’s Coffee and describes the campus as a ghost town since the announcement of class cancelations. “There were only a ...

EROS bonds with students on campus

EROS bonds with students on campus

Jacquelyn Moreno, Staff reporter
March 9, 2020
Filed under Campus

Different colored ropes covered the conference table in the Richard Oakes Multicultural Center. Student Director of Education & Referral Organization for Sexuality Joseph Sweazey, put together gift bags with condoms and brewed fresh tea as students started to trickle in the room.  EROS organized the workshop...

Mashouf Wellness Center hosts Wellness In Color event

Mashouf Wellness Center hosts Wellness In Color event

Whitney Papalii, Staff reporter
March 4, 2020
Filed under Campus

Mashouf Wellness Center held a Wellness in Color presentation featuring the center’s very own fitness and wellness coordinator, Brittney Holloman to shed light on the lack of health and wellness resources and access provided for the black community.   Holloman has been working at Mashouf Welln...

Black Residents United in Housing hosts its first meeting of the semester to welcome back students

Black Residents United in Housing hosts its first meeting of the semester to welcome back students

Whitney Papalii, Staff reporter
February 26, 2020
Filed under Campus

Laughter and music filled room T160 in the Cesar Chavez Student Center, as Black Residents United in Housing (BRUH) kicked off their first event of the semester last week to welcome back students.       The student-run organization advocates for black residents and offers a place to build stronger com...

Scammers phish for student emails

Scammers phish for student emails

Jacquelyn Moreno, Staff reporter
February 11, 2020
Filed under Campus

Information and Technology Services sent an email on Feb. 7 warning students of phishing scams disguised as job offers. According to the ITS phishing guide at SF State, “Phishing is an attempt to acquire sensitive information by pretending to be a legitimate or trustworthy entity.” This is done by e...

Students show off new moves in Passion Footprints

Felicia Hyde, Arts & Entertainment Editor
December 10, 2019
Filed under A&E, Campus

Dancers in white button up blouses and jeans in different shades of blue strutted from sides of the stage to make their way to a rectangular plate of wood. Alternating between rows, students tapped a contemporary piece to Beyonce’s “Crazy in Love,” soon followed by echoes of bongos. Bodies crawl...

DACA students join nationwide walkout

MJ Johnson
November 19, 2019
Filed under Campus, City

The conservative majority U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Nov.12 on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and their intentions to shut it down. Undocumented students on SF State’s campus organized a walkout to retaliate.  The students joined nationwide walkouts from Los Ange...

ASI pushes for a student fee increase

Juan Carlos Lara, Campus News Editor
November 19, 2019
Filed under Campus

Fees are an intrinsic part of any college student’s life, from the time they apply to colleges and pay application fees until they prepare to leave and pay a graduation fee. Students at SF State currently pay $762 in mandatory fees at the start of every fall and spring semester.  When students tap their ID ca...

Students write messages of support to incarcerated womxn

Eliza Flynn
November 19, 2019
Filed under Campus

Alex Lalama spoke the words of bell hooks while standing atop a small platform in the lobby of Ceaser Chavez, as students began to stop to listen to her speak words of compassion toward incarcerated women: “The moment we choose to live we begin to move against domination, against depression. The moment ...

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