28 Aug 2019

San Francisco files joint lawsuit over Donald Trump’s newest anti-immigration policy

Santa Clara County and the city of San Francisco sued the Department of Homeland Security on Aug. 13 over a federal rule broadening what public benefits can be considered grounds

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28 Aug 2019

Local Activist Groups Hold A Month of Momentum to Protest ICE

Two demonstrators held a giant floral bed sheet reading “Queers for Open Borders” in front of San Francisco’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services headquarters on Aug. 19, as dozens beside

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28 Aug 2019

Celine’s Culinary Corner: broke & famished $10 tour of the Outer Sunset

[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”2″ display=”basic_imagebrowser”]Whether you are new to SF State or a returning student, back to school means back to penny-pinching and finding the best spots around the city to

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22 May 2019

First woman president of SF State begins term this summer

Lynn Mahoney, current provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at CSU Los Angeles, will become the first woman to serve as president of SF State after President Leslie Wong

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23 Apr 2019

Student organizations oppose anti-abortion activists, air demands to ASI

Associated Students Inc. responded to demands made by student organizations regarding anti-abortion group that set up two-story banners with explicit images comparing abortion to genocide. The student organizations demanded the

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17 Apr 2019

Faze: Fearless and Zealous SF State Alumnus

Faze is a local clothing brand who has its roots in the Mission District of San Francisco. One of the founders is Johnny Travis, who is a San Francisco native

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10 Apr 2019

San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Parade 2019

San Francisco’s held one of the largest Chinese New Year Festival nationwide on Saturday Feb. 23 where thousands of families headed towards Market and Second Streets to celebrate the year

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22 Mar 2019

Embarcadero homeless shelter plan draws mixed reactions from residents

The location of SF Mayor London Breed’s proposed Navigation Center in the Embarcadero of San Francisco, Calif., on Monday, April 8, 2019. (CHRIS ROBLEDO/ Golden Gate Xpress)   A proposal

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21 Mar 2019

San Francisco rent is highest in the country

San Francisco has the highest rent in the nation, beating New York by more than $800 for a one-bedroom rental, according to the rental app Zumper. Every year rent has

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01 Feb 2019

SF taxi drivers preparing to protest over new SFMTA policy

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is facing controversy over a new airport regulation that will block access to San Francisco International Airport for hundreds of drivers.

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19 Dec 2018

Cookies Christmas Concert comes to San Francisco with special guest, Gucci Mane

San Francisco native, Gilbert Milam Jr., better known by his rapper name, Berner, will have his annual Cookies Christmas concert in the Warfield in San Francisco this Saturday Dec. 22.

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14 Dec 2018

The perfect end to a long semester

Pub crawls are a right of passage for city goers and San Francisco holds no exception. On Saturday, December 15 the SF Crawl scene will gather at Mayes Oyster House

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29 Nov 2018

The time is near, Santacon is here

Santa Claus is coming to town, more like thousands of Santas — this is SantaCon. The Dec. 8 event is a gathering of Santas, Mrs. Clauses, elves and even Grinches

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28 Nov 2018

Wildlife struggle to survive in the city

In some of the Bay Area’s most populated communities, mountain lions and coyotes prowl backyards, freeways and streets. While these sightings can cause fear among people, the real threat is

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06 Nov 2018

Local candidates await voting returns

Local candidates running for office in San Francisco and Oakland turn out to vote at their respective polling places on Election Day, Nov. 6, 2018. Xpress photographers also captured voting

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06 Nov 2018

24th annual Día de Los Muertos altar festival celebrated in the Mission District

People gather from all over the bay with their yellow and orange marigold flowers, special meals, pictures and festive decorations to the annual Día de Los Muertos altar viewing in

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03 Nov 2018

Troye Sivan conquered ‘20gayteen’

Nearing the end of his North American ‘Bloom’ tour, Troye Sivan dazzled during his first of two sold-out shows at the Masonic Auditorium. “When I was recording ‘Bloom,’ I would

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31 Oct 2018

Activist opens cafe for civic engagement in Mission District

Where do you physically go to become a better citizen? This is the question that owner Manny Yekutiel had in mind when he created his gathering space. Manny’s is a

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26 Oct 2018

Halloween brew bash

Anchor Public Tabs, located in DeHaro Street in San Francisco will host a Halloween Brew Bash on October 31st. This bash will be filled with costumes, crafts, beer and more.

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16 Oct 2018

College Democrats hope for a secure foothold at SF State

In an alcove on the second floor of the campus library gathers a revival. A small group of students huddle around a study space eager to resuscitate political action for

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15 Oct 2018

International Film Festival encourages students to learn about disabilities

Superfest international disability film festival is celebrating disability culture by showcasing film selections at the Magnes Collection of Jewish art and life in Berkeley on Oct. 20 – Oct. 21

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15 Oct 2018

Thousands join national strike over Marriot labor disputes

“No Contract – No Peace!” “Uno, dos, tres, quatro… Que queremos? Un contrado!” Picketers and strikers took to the streets chanting and banging objects outside  the Marriott Marquis on Mission

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12 Oct 2018

San Francisco hosts Fleet Week

The howl of jet engines hissed as the Blue Angels sped over San Francisco. The smell of bacon-wrapped hot dogs filled the air as an F-18 Hornet flew overhead, wings

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04 Oct 2018

House of horrors, a Craigslist nightmare

Looking for a place to live in San Francisco is a never-ending challenge for students, young professionals, families or anyone making under six figures. The websites are endless when looking

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25 Sep 2018

SF State students take part in California Coastal Clean-up Day

Eleven SF State students decided to not sleep in last Saturday in order to participate in the California Coastal Clean-up Day at Fort Funston. The beach at Fort Funston Park

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18 Sep 2018

Eco-champions gather at Global Action Summit

World leaders, business moguls, protestors and even a Hollywood star all shared center stage during the Global Action Summit in downtown San Francisco last week. On Thursday afternoon, actor Harrison

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14 Sep 2018

Mashouf gears up for exciting second year

After undergoing two years of construction beginning in 2015, SF State’s Mashouf Wellness Center has successfully completed its first year of operations. There is plenty of excitement surrounding the wellness

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14 Sep 2018

Climate activism promotes restorative message

Days before the Global Climate Action Summit was held in San Francisco, Rise for Climate Jobs and Justice organized an environmental march in the downtown area on Saturday, Sept. 8th,

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03 Sep 2018

Prof hopes violence and suicide prevention course goes viral

An SF State professor studying violence and suicide prevention hopes a new health and wellness course will lead to fewer tragedies among students who sign up and cause a ripple effect among

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29 Aug 2018

Firetrucks race to 12-story building near SF State campus as fire alarm rings out

Two firetrucks carrying half a dozen San Francisco firefighters descended on a 12-story building near the SF State campus Wednesday afternoon as a fire alarm sent dozens of tenants scrambling

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29 Aug 2018

Longtime photo editor leaves El Tecolote

Jiménez has helped mentor many aspiring Latino journalist within the SF State community. In the 10 years at El Tecolote, Jiménez was given the chance to give the voiceless in the Mission District a voice.

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28 Aug 2018

Twin Peaks Tunnel reopens

The Twin Peaks Tunnel reopened on Saturday just in time to ease the way for the horde of commuters returning to SF State. Even better news for commuters, trains can

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15 May 2018

Why stay in the bay

The Bay Area, especially San Francisco, is getting more and more expensive. Many residents are fleeing from the high expenses to other parts of California and other states. The value of

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15 May 2018

Vaping in the City

Vaping has become an epidemic among high school students according to Tobacco Free CA but is it may also an epidemic among college students. Last year, SF tried to ban

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10 May 2018

It gets ‘Weird’ in SoMa

The San Francisco community celebrated the 19th annual How Weird Street Faire on May 6 in the SoMa District. SF residents were able to express their weirdness and love for

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09 May 2018

Coming face-to-face with masturbation

SF State’s Education and Referral Organization for Sexuality, EROS, hosted an event that discussed the stigmas and health benefits that surrounded the subject of masturbation. The act of mastubation for

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