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Hong issues apology, correction for ‘transphobic’ crime bulletin

Hong issues apology, correction for ‘transphobic’ crime bulletin

Geoffrey Scott
December 18, 2018
Filed under Latest, News

A person involved in an altercation that led to a timely warning bulletin describing her as a “transgender female” said she’s suffered on several levels since the email was issued on Dec. 4. Coming from a small and conservative town, Angelisa Pantoja, a freshman, said she has been targeted befo...

‘Transphobic’ crime bulletin leads to demands for apology, action

‘Transphobic’ crime bulletin leads to demands for apology, action

Lorenzo Morotti
December 12, 2018
Filed under Latest, News

A recent SF State Student Affairs crime bulletin describing a knife-wielding suspect as “a transgender female” led to accusations of transphobia and demands for the term to be removed from the statement. Anonymous fliers appeared on campus a day after the university sent out a mass email alerting...

Argument leads to assault with deadly weapon

Argument leads to assault with deadly weapon

Lorenzo Morotti
December 4, 2018
Filed under News

An unknown suspect allegedly assaulted an SF State student with a 6-inch to 12-inch machete after a verbal altercation in the Centennial Village at 12:30 a.m. on Monday night, Dec. 3, according to a university email blast sent out at 5:12 p.m. the following day. The victim suffered two lacerations...

Thefts surge across campus

Thefts surge across campus

Sylvester Enriquez
November 28, 2018
Filed under News

Hold on to your belongings, SF State is experiencing a rash of thefts across campus. Since the beginning of October, victims have reported 51 incidents of petty theft, grand theft, burglary and vehicle theft across campus, according to the daily crime log on the University Police Department’s website. ...

Emerging Planned Parenthood club offers various resources for marginalized groups

Emerging Planned Parenthood club offers various resources for marginalized groups

Chloe McDaniels
November 14, 2018
Filed under Life, News

The same student who got tampon dispensers on the El Toro High School campus for the first time in its history is now president of the new Planned Parenthood Generation Action club at SF State. The club is a sector in Planned Parenthood Generation Action, which are organizations established on co...

Students storm administration building

Students storm administration building

Joshua Chan
November 9, 2018
Filed under Featured, Latest, News

A crowd of about 50 protesting students crammed into a narrow hall of the fifth floor of the administration building while stomping, singing, chanting, banging on walls and plastering a list of 16 demands on President Leslie Wong’s door on Thursday, Nov. 8. The action was intended to commemorate...

Humanities building evacuated

Humanities building evacuated

Kirk Stevenson
November 6, 2018
Filed under Featured, News

Around 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6, the entire Humanities Building was evacuated when someone pulled a fire alarm apparently as a hoax. Loud sirens and an evacuation announcement sent students, faculty and staff to the West Campus Green. Students were told to find the nearest exit and to exit using th...

Justice for David Josiah Lawson

Justice for David Josiah Lawson

Alexis Manzanilla
October 24, 2018
Filed under Featured, Latest, News

Eighteen months. That’s how long it has been since the murder of David Josiah Lawson, and the case remains unsolved. Lawson was a 19-year-old sophomore criminal justice student at Humboldt State University with plans to become a lawyer. He was known as DJ to his mother and Josiah to his friends. ...

Student Health Center hosts spooky inspired open house

Student Health Center hosts spooky inspired open house

Jailene Escutia
October 21, 2018
Filed under Latest, News

Across from Burk Hall, a stairway leading downhill reaches the home of the Student Health Center, where students are able to find basic care needs and educate themselves on health awareness and preventive care; however, many SF State students never learn about the helpful opportunities at the Student He...

BikeFest offered free tune-ups, safety tips and much more

BikeFest offered free tune-ups, safety tips and much more

Alexis Manzanilla
October 11, 2018
Filed under Latest, Life

BikeFest took place on campus on Oct. 10 to encourage students to bike on their commutes. The event took place on the quad and featured tables by the sustainability department of SF State, the university police department, and the San Francisco bicycle coalition, among others. The event was a...

UPD to offer active shooter response protocol training for Safety Week

Julie Parker
September 10, 2018
Filed under Life, News

The University Police Department will offer training sessions next week on how to respond to an active shooter on campus as part of SF State’s Campus Safety Week, put on by the school's enterprise risk management department. According to UPD Chief Jason Wu, SF State’s training program was imp...

Burglar breaks into student residence

Burglar breaks into student residence

Sylvie Sturm
September 9, 2018
Filed under Life, News

A student living in SFSU housing got a shock Saturday afternoon when she encountered a burglar in her apartment as she walked out of her bedroom. The victim called University Police at 4:14 p.m. to report the break-in at the University Park North residential building. “As she exited her bedroom,...

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