10 Sep 2019

City Eats and Bricks reimagined

Resident dining centers City Eats and Bricks got a makeover this summer with renovations and updates welcoming students back for the new semester.  City Eats, now featuring more vegan and

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10 Sep 2019

Campus construction still has a way to go

Construction of new student housing that began last semester has surpassed the halfway mark, and construction of the new Liberal and Creative Arts Building that began at the same time

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09 Sep 2019

Women Gators Start Season with Draw in Denver

The women’s soccer team traveled over 1,250 miles for their opening season game against the Regis Rangers in Denver, resulting in a 1–1 draw.  Going in, head coach Brittany Cameron

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03 Sep 2019

Men’s soccer kicks off new season with recently promoted head coach

It’s all about the love for one another and the comradely of playing for the man next to you. This is what truly ignites a program, lifts its fan base,

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28 Aug 2019

Alumnus In Critical Condition After Shooting

Brandon Lee wearing Warriors gear and holding his nephew. (Photo courtesy by Princess Bustos)   SF State alumnus Brandon Lee suffered four bullets to his back, spine and jaw on

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28 Aug 2019

Professor Receives Hate Mail

As the College of Ethnic Studies prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary, a Palestinian professor received a vulgar letter in her mailbox on Aug. 13 calling for ethnic cleansing of

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28 Aug 2019

Photo series provides snapshot of San Francisco queer identities

Sonia Nicklès rolled up to photographer Lauren Tabak’s house on a $5 skateboard she bought in the Castro, decorated with stickers of gay icons like pro skater Brian Anderson. Soon

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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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06 May 2019

Pine Talk Ep. 3

On this episode of Pine Talk, Brandon Tanguma sits down with SF State pitcher Joshua Romero. Unfortunately Romero just got the news that he has a tear in his shoulder

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30 Apr 2019

‘Walk, Run and Roll’ aims to reduce waste, boost health

Racers line up at the starting line with the Gator mascot before SF State’s 7th annual 5K Walk, Run, and Roll on April 28, 2019, inviting students, faculty, staff, alumni,

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25 Apr 2019

University releases Campus Climate Survey findings

This first ever campuswide climate assessment of SF State was released yesterday online in a 400-plus page report, allowing the University to evaluate how the community can be improved in

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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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22 Apr 2019

Gator split Friday games with Otters

SF State split their doubleheader with Cal State Monterey Bay on Friday, April 19 losing their first game 2-1 before winning their second game 5-2. Game 1 was a mixed

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17 Apr 2019

Newzy Girls Ep.1

Newzy Girls is a podcast hosted by Ali Lee and Janae Rodriguez as they discuss topical issues that are happening among San Francisco State students. In today’s world food delivery

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17 Apr 2019

Between The 94 Ep. 4

On this edition of the Between the 94 podcast (now a joint effort with KSFS Radio), Sam and Mason sit down with a special guest: SF State Gators’ center Ryne

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07 Apr 2019

Between The 94 Ep. 3

On the latest installment of the Between the 94 podcast, Sam and Mason discuss their gripes with their respective teams, the current playoff seedings, the impact of NBA referees on

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24 Mar 2019

SF State struggles defensively against Toros in series split

The Gators split a four-game series with the Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros at Cal State East Bay this weekend. The series was originally scheduled to be a four-game series

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21 Mar 2019

Protesters denounce CSU settlement over Zionism

A group of students blocked the MUNI M-Line tracks at the terminal just off campus Thursday to protest the settlement between California State University’s Board of Trustees and two Jewish

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05 Mar 2019

Darkness halts men’s basketball playoff game during campus-wide power outage

The Gators on their way to the locker room as the power goes out in the middle of the Gators vs Golden Eagles game at the Swamp on Tuesday, March

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03 Mar 2019

Tiebreaker nets women’s basketball first playoff appearance since 2013

Photo Courtesy of SF State Athletics/Brandon Davis The No. 8 SF State women’s basketball team will take on No. 1 UC San Diego in the 2018-19 CCAA Women’s Basketball Championship

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03 Mar 2019

Men’s basketball host Cal State LA in first round of conference championship

Photo Courtesy of SF State Athletics/Brandon Davis The No. 4 SF State men’s basketball team will play host to No. 5 Cal State Los Angeles in the quarterfinals of the

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21 Feb 2019

Student witnesses aftermath of alleged robbery from University Park North High Rise

A resident of the University Park High Rises at 255 Buckingham Way reported witnessing the aftermath of a robbery just before midnight Wednesday.

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20 Feb 2019

Police report of kidnapping and robbery turns out to be grand theft

An initial report of a kidnapping and robbery on Feb. 5 alarmed students at SF State, but was later discovered to be grand theft, according to University police. The incident

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19 Feb 2019

‘Glitch’ delays student payment

A wave of student employees hired by the Campus Recreation Center in October and November received their first paychecks last week after three or more months on the job. The

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19 Feb 2019

Early morning power outage alerts leave students in the dark

Student Affairs and Enrollment Management sent out a series of early morning texts, phone calls and emails Thursday to announce the closure of campus due to a power outage, but

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19 Feb 2019

Committee proposes pay-per-credit tuition

SF State administrators proposed a strategy to charge students tuition on a per-credit basis at a Feb. 1 Budget Committee meeting, but board members debated whether raising the cost per

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19 Feb 2019

Religious holiday list incites rally, demands for apology

Students and community members called for a public apology at a campus rally Feb. 13, after administration recognized Israel Indepen- dence Day as a religious holiday. In an email response

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19 Feb 2019

Presidents Day puts groceries on hold

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

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19 Feb 2019

Project Rebound gets $250K

A SF State program that helps formerly incarcerated people enter college will receive $250,000 as part of a significant funding increase for higher education, according to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s 2019

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19 Feb 2019

Women’s rugby players aim to foster culture, league

Rugby has a history at SF State, specifically the men’s Rugby Club.  The club has been steadily active semester after semester, going back further than 1999. The fledgling women’s program,

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19 Feb 2019

Late-inning heroics notches Gators first conference win in doubleheader

Two late-inning home runs at Sypher Field Sunday lifted the Gators to a 9-8 victory over Sonoma State at Santa Rosa Junior College in game one of a scheduled doubleheader

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14 Feb 2019

Brief power outage prompts campus-wide alerts

SF State’s main campus was closed briefly Thursday due to a power outage and the university alerted the SF State community to the closure and reopening of campus via a series of text messages, automated phone calls and emails early Thursday morning.

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13 Feb 2019

SF State professor and renowned poet dies at 83

Poet and former professor Kathleen Fraser died in Emeryville on Feb. 5 of natural causes, according to a statement from her publisher, Nightboat Books. Fraser taught creative writing at SF

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13 Feb 2019

Gators’ winning streak comes to an end against Chico

SF State’s softball winning streak came to an end this past weekend at Chico State where the Gators were swept in a four-game series against the conference champions. The series

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13 Feb 2019

Community airs frustration with administration at President Search Forum

SF State students, faculty and staff told members of the Trustees Committee for the Selection of the President what they hope to see in the person hired to fill outgoing

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12 Feb 2019

Gator Pass relies on student fee to boost BART discount

SF State students will receive a 50 percent fare reduction on BART rides with the use of the Gator Pass starting March 1, but because the program is funded by

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