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Students uneasy about college merger

February 22, 2011

As the possibility of a college merger becomes increasingly discussed throughout campus, many SF State students are finding that attending a university is more of a struggle than ever. With the University...

Challenges facing student parents alleviated by child care service

Challenges facing student parents alleviated by child care service
May 14, 2019

According to the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR), the number of single mothers in postsecondary education more than doubled between 1999 and 2012— as of 2012, 11 percent of undergraduate...

Organizations, departments host celebrations

Organizations, departments host celebrations
March 19, 2019

Amid a lack of University funds, the students and faculty of the College of Ethnic Studies turned to Associated Students, Inc. for help funding their own departmental end of the year celebrations, according...

Presidents Day puts groceries on hold

Presidents Day puts groceries on hold
February 19, 2019

Students who use the the Gator Groceries program were unable to use the service Monday because SF-Marin Food Bank, the company that stocks the pantry, was closed in observance of President’s Day, according...

Cherry Glazerr brings feminist punk to SF State

Cherry Glazerr lead vocalist Clementine Creevy performs at SF State in Jack Adams Hall on Thursday, Oct. 18. (Nicole Newman/Golden Gate Xpress)
October 21, 2018

Los Angeles-based femme grunge-punk band Cherry Glazerr brought gritty guitar riffs, funky bass-lines and unapologetically empowering lyrics to SF State’s campus Thursday night in Jack Adams Hall. Frontwoman...

Grammy-nominated duo Los Rakas perform at SF State

Members of the Black Riders Liberation Party perform at San Francisco State University’s Jack Adams Hall on Thursday, August 30th, 2018. The concert event, put on by Associated Students, took place from 6-9 PM and featured multiple performers. (Mira Laing/Golden Gate Xpress)
September 1, 2018

  With 10 minutes until doors opened, Los Rakas were nowhere to be found. The Associated Students Inc. staff paced around while trying to put on its first concert of the semester without the headliner. Molly...

Mashouf reimburses alumni through credit

Civil engineering major Mitchell Ingles prepares to climb the rock wall in the Mashouf Wellness Center at SF State on Monday, April 9, 2018. (Christian Urrutia/Golden Gate Xpress)
April 11, 2018

Seniors who frequently visit Mashouf Wellness Center can reap one more added benefit after graduation this spring: investor credit. Those who work out regularly in the newly opened gym have different...

ASI Farmer’s Market will start accepting EBT cards

Various Items that can be purchased with EBtT in one of the food stands. Photo by Jordi Molina/Golden Gate Xpress
March 28, 2018

After a two-year process, SF State’s farmers market will soon be able to accept Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards to address food insecurity on campus. In 2016, the CSU Chancellor’s Office released...

ASI president wants Wong gone

Jacqueline Foley, the president of Associated Students Inc. at SF State, is photographed on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018. (Adelyna Tirado & Aya Yoshida/Golden Gate Xpress)
February 21, 2018

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President Jacqueline Foley detailed her frustration with the mistreatment she and fellow students, staff, faculty and administrators received under SF State President Leslie...

ASI appoints two new representatives

October 11, 2017

Last fall Shirin Jafari was enrolled in 19 units, was able to maintain a job, complete a fellowship and co-author a published paper all while maintaining her 4.0 GPA. This semester she is taking...

Hate speech posters cover SF State, again

Hate speech posters cover SF State, again
September 28, 2017

Last Thursday posters slandering Dr. Rabab Ibrahim Abdulhadi and other Palestinian community figures were scattered around campus two days after Abdulhadi hosted an Islamophobia panel for SF State’s...

“Life After Life” documentary shows brighter side of success after prison

Curtis Penn, director of Project Rebound, works on his computer in Cesar Chavez T-161 at SF State on Monday, May 8, 2017 (Sarahbeth Maney/Xpress).
May 11, 2017

SF State’s Project Rebound program and Documentary Film Institute are set to host a screening and panel for “Life After Life,” a documentary that aims to enforce the importance of education and foster...

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