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Howard Zinn Book Fair celebrates 6th anniversary

Shelley Wang

December 13, 2019

On Dec. 8 the Howard Zinn Book Fair celebrated its sixth-annual event at the City College of San Francisco  Mission campus. Every year they abide by a theme that influences the work and panel discussions during the fair. This y...

Lawsuit settlement between SF and the Academy of Art University rundown

Shelley Wang

December 13, 2019

On Dec. 5th the San Francisco Government Audit and Oversight Committee finalized the ordinance and ongoing lawsuit with the Academy of Art. The Academy of Art must pay the city $58 million and change buildings according to the correc...

Student Fee Error Resurfaces

Juan Carlos Lara

December 11, 2019

Since 2015, graduate students in the Lam Family College of Business have paid a Graduate Studies Professional Program fee, currently $270 per-unit. The fee mostly funds specific graduate courses and provides need-based financial ai...

Engineering students demand renovations

Frank Sumrall

December 10, 2019

Classrooms littered with broken, outdated equipment. Part-time instructors with very little time and flexibility for office hours. Limited access to the already depleted resources available. A day in the life of an SF State eng...

Crime Blotter: Campus police evacuate library

Juan Carlos Lara

December 3, 2019

A man entered the SF State library from Holloway Avenue on the afternoon of Nov. 25 carrying multiple bags and reportedly threatened to “blow up” people within the library, according to an email by Chief of Police Reginal...

SF to vote on vacant storefront tax

Corey Browning

December 3, 2019

As San Francisco’s tech economy booms, brick and mortar retailers are struggling to stay afloat, and popular shopping corridors are becoming filled with storefront vacancies.  “Every block has at least one and usually...

Accessible Technology Commons opened for now, but not for alumni

Carly Wipf

December 3, 2019

Miwa Ikema graduated from SF State in 2016 with a Master's Degree in philosophy, but she continues to sit at the front of the library several times a week with a petition to keep the library’s Accessible Technology Commons open...

Men’s basketball faces off against Oregon and Turlock in two day tournament

Alonso Frias

December 2, 2019

The SF State Mens’ Basketball Team hosted its annual Gator Gobble tournament where they split their two contests. The SF State Gator Gobble took place over the Thanksgiving break from Nov. 29 through the 30th, in San Franci...

Discover the Filipino Night Market

Felicia Hyde & Briana Battle

December 2, 2019

Faint aromas of sizzling sisig, adobo and sweet ube ice cream graced attendees noses as they entered Stevenson Street between 6th and 7th streets. Tables to the left and right showcased a mixture of modern and traditional Filipin...

Ditching the bird for Thanksgiving

Alondra Gallardo

November 19, 2019

Many know November for election day, daylight savings and Thanksgiving, but few recognize it as World Vegan Month. The month-long recognition kicked off Nov. 1 with World Vegan Day, which leads into the rest of the month b...

SF State student gets production job with Classical Ensemble

Felicia Hyde

November 19, 2019

When Greer McGettrick was in their early 20s, they played guitar and piano in various musical groups. McGettrick then became interested in the cello and learned to read and write music and studied music composition.  G...

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