Golden Gate Xpress

Despite strong start, Gators hockey outplayed against San Jose State

Kyle McLorg

December 10, 2014

The Gators hockey club played some of its best hockey of the season against San Jose State University Friday night, but an inability to play consistently ultimately cost them in a 15-3 loss to their South Bay rivals in Oakland. The...

Campus participates in nationwide Clothesline Project to remember victims of domestic violence

Dayvon Dunaway

October 28, 2014

T-shirts painted with messages of empowerment swayed on clotheslines adorning Malcolm X Plaza yesterday in honor of domestic violence victims. The event comes more than two weeks after an ex-boyfriend allegedly shot SF State student Cecilia Lam, resulting in her death a few...

CSU faculty contract negotiations at standstill after 100 days

Jennah Feeley

September 23, 2014

California faculty members approach their 100th day without a new labor contract after months of salary and workload disputes with the California State University (CSU) system. The California Faculty Association (CFA) plans...

Two successful authors set to read from stories of societal and philosophical prose

Reuben Deveras

September 9, 2014

Andrew Joron and Julie Carr, two distinguished poets known for their experimental writing styles, host a reading at the Poetry Center this Thursday, Sept. 11. SF State welcomed Joron as an assistant professor to the Creative...

Campus pays tribute to late saxophonist and social activist, Fred Ho

Reuben Deveras

September 2, 2014

Fred Ho was known for thinking outside the box with his musical compositions and political beliefs. Now, SF State pays tribute to the famous saxophonist, composer, writer and social activist who passed away last April after a long...

What the hack: The push to make information public to the SF State community

Natalie Yemenidjian

May 21, 2014

A group of faculty members came together and brainstormed what students might want, and they decided on high-speed Wi-Fi. After all, every student has a device that needs to get plugged in to the network. They decided instant, f...

Softball earns split against conferences first place team

Michael Duran

April 11, 2014

UPDATE: Thanks to outstanding pitching and defense the Gators earned a split in their doubleheader against the No. 20 ranked UC San Diego Tritons Friday, April 11. With two games left in the four-game series this weekend, SF...

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