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Muni changes route for 28-Limited bus as part of pilot project

Muni changes route for 28-Limited bus as part of pilot project

Michael Huber
October 25, 2011
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With budgets always being cut, the commute to SF State isn't getting any easier.  On Oct. 17, a change was made to the frequency of the 28-L, a crucial route for students. The Limited will stop serving the Golden Gate Bridge, but will extend to Fort Mason. The most notable stop eliminations for the Outb...

Stonestown farmers market brings fresh food to Lakeshore

Stonestown farmers market brings fresh food to Lakeshore

KC Crowell
October 4, 2011
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Sunday morning the Stonestown Galleria looks like it does most days. Cars make their way through the parking lot and teenagers saunter along with shopping bags as Muni trains rumble down 19th Avenue. However, the scene is wildly different in the shopping center’s back parking lot. Around the corner and into the western parking...

SF State engineering department and PG&E team up for alternative energy project

Katherine Yau
September 2, 2011
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In one of the back alleys near Hensill Hall, a newly unveiled winding steel contraption lurks behind a weather-proof window pane. The building, previously an old boiler room, now houses a fuel cell complex, a set of generators that use common elements such as hydrogen and oxygen in the form of natura...

Rental truck removed from track, M-line route on schedule

Rental truck removed from track, M-line route on schedule

Xpress Staff
January 24, 2011
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A Penske rental truck drove onto the Muni track in front of SF State at 10:46 a.m. today after swerving onto the track at the intersection of 19th and Holloway avenues, according to metro inspector Carmel Debono.There were no injuries but the accident hindered students ability to leave campus after their...

CSU to protect Zionist views after settlement

CSU to protect Zionist views after settlement

Sahar Swaleh
April 2, 2019
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California State University reached a settlement March 20 with two SF State students who sued the Board of Trustees alleging the University discriminated against them based on their religion. A statement from the University’s Strategic Marketing and Communications department described the settleme...

Protesters denounce CSU settlement over Zionism

San Francisco Police officers stand guard as students protest the CSU settling a lawsuit regarding anti-Zionism by blocking Muni tracks at 19th and Holloway Avenues on Thursday, Mar. 21, 2019. (AARON LEVY-WOLINS/ Special to Golden Gate Xpress.)

Shaylyn Cortney Martos
March 21, 2019
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A group of students blocked the MUNI M-Line tracks at the terminal just off campus Thursday to protest the settlement between California State University’s Board of Trustees and two Jewish students who claim they were discriminated against based on their religious beliefs. Wednesday SF State and CS...

SF State project to transform Tapia Drive into pedestrian-only quad

A backhoe demolishes student housing along Tapia Drive on Sept, 5. (Sylvie Sturm/Golden Gate Xpress)

Lorenzo Morotti
September 13, 2018
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The new Liberal and Creative Arts Building currently under construction is just phase one of a four-phase SF State Master Plan that will eliminate Tapia Drive altogether and turn it into a quad, according to the Creative Arts and Holloway Mixed-Use Project Final Report issued in March 2017. SF State’s first new academic building in ...

May Day in Oakland draws renewed support in times of Trump

Alvaro Tellez plays music with a carrizo, an Aztec flute, while performing Aztec traditional dance to bless the May Day March in Oakland, Calif. on Monday, May 1, 2017. (Lee Kin/Xpress)

Nevin Long
May 2, 2017
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Thousands marched in May Day demonstrations in Oakland bringing renewed vigor to a day of protest with recently flagging numbers. An estimated 2,000-3,000 protesters rallied outside Fruitvale Village before marching to San Antonio Park in East Oakland. Recently, the annual day of protest has becom...

Campus group sells donuts to raise dough for the homeless

A donation box in a political science classroom at SF State where PSSA collects clothes, bags and backpacks to help the homeless on Thursday, Dec. 8. Photo: Melissa Minton

Mariana Raschke
December 9, 2016
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With boxes of Krispy Kreme Donuts to appeal to morning commuter students making their way to campus, the Political Science Student Association asked for donations for the homeless. On a chilly Tuesday morning Aliana Fuata, president of PSSA, stood by 19th and Holloway avenues wearing several layers...

Students rally for transparency at SF State

SF State Sociology student, Gary Pei, holds a sign as he crosses the street during a rally in which students came together to bring attention to a variety of issues happening on the SF State campus on 19th and Holloway in San Francisco, CA on Wednesday, April, 13, 2016. (Alex Kofman / Xpress)

Nashanta Williams and Kelsey Lannin
April 15, 2016
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A group of around 25 students rallied on 19th and Holloway avenues Wednesday to bring attention to the wide range of issues affecting SF State as of late. Issues surrounding the College of Ethnic Studies, the California Faculty Association and an independent financial analysis released last week were a...

Students come together to raise money during SF State’s 117th anniversary

SF State Track and Field team members (left to right) Jacqueline Foley, Sophie Tait and Camille Hansen enjoy free Taqueria Girasol tacos on SF State's Founders Day, Tuesday, Mar. 15, 2016. (Gabriela Rodriguez / Xpress)

Jordan Vail
March 15, 2016
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Heavy beats and the fragrant smell of grilled chicken wafted through Malcolm X Plaza Tuesday afternoon as students celebrated SF State’s 117th anniversary. The event was centered around SF State’s founding and its transformation into the school it is today. SF State opened its doors in March 1899 as t...

Graffiti artists fight for expression in the public domain

Muralist David Hyde poses for a portrait in front of of his mural Asian Pacific islanders “infinite tree of life” on the side of the Cesar Chavez building at SF State Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015. (Angelica Williams / Xpress)

Cody Wright
November 17, 2015
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On the north side of 19th and Holloway avenues, several large graffiti pieces were buffed off of the stone wall, leaving behind blurry streaks of blue spray paint. Just across the street, two more pieces peeked out from behind the overgrown brush. For street artists like SF State student Haidar...

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