29 Sep 2012

The Fashion Blueprint: The time is now to rock a watch

The ticking of a second hand through a chronograph face is a reflection of the modern man. As collectible works of art, watches with 24-hour and date subdials pair well

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29 Sep 2012

The Ins and Outs: Why aroused women have high tolerance to the ick factor

Think of the nastiest, most deplorable and depraved thing you’ve ever done in the bedroom. Turns out your partner might have thought it wasn’t that nasty after all. College-aged women were more likely to

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29 Sep 2012

PHOTOS: Thousands at Critical Mass celebrate its 20th anniversary

Thousands of bicyclists descended into downtown San Francisco Sept. 28 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Critical Mass. The throng of cyclists clogged city streets for several blocks at a time,

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29 Sep 2012

PHOTOS: Gator women's soccer pulls out win against Cal State East Bay in foul-filled game

The Gators broke through with a 2-1 win after a physically intense gantlet of a match against the Cal State East Bay Pioneers. Athletes on both teams collided, pushed and fell

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28 Sep 2012

Gator men's soccer trounced by Cal State East Bay at Project Pink match

The Gators were decked out in their pink socks as tribute to the Project Pink match, where they had set up containers for donations for breast cancer research. “We just

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28 Sep 2012

District 7 supervisor candidates debate Prop. A, Parkmerced redevelopment, pedestrian safety

In a room scattered with candidate supporters and a handful of students, the five candidates for District 7 Supervisor gathered at SF State to discuss a series of student and

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27 Sep 2012

Three cases of robbery reported at SF State

Three separate incidents of robbery were reported today at SF State, according to University police. Robbery suspect Kode Alan Smith was last seen in the area near the Cesar Chavez Center and

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27 Sep 2012

Hydraulic fracking will add a radioactive cocktail to your glass of water

California is one of the most liberal states, a leader in “green thinking” and the nation’s fourth largest oil-producing state, with more than 350 hydraulic fracturing wells stretching from Northern

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27 Sep 2012

There's too much at stake this general election for voter apathy

After a three-year hiatus, SF State student residents will once again be able to vote on campus this November. But will they? As journalists, we are aware of the importance

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27 Sep 2012

San Francisco for Democracy reaffirms public education, health care, women's rights for upcoming election

As election time draws near, San Francisco for Democracy explained how the upcoming election could affect key issues like health care and public education. The grassroots organization met Wednesday night to discuss

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26 Sep 2012

Students, staff forced to evacuate SF State library after triggered fire alarm

  SF State students busy studying for their upcoming midterms were evacuated from the J. Paul Leonard Library as the second fire alarm of the day echoed throughout the new

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26 Sep 2012

Out of the Darkness Community Walks highlights suicide prevention awareness

Natalie Meany cheerfully cracked jokes and bantered with the rest of her team, Team Mean, at the 9th annual Out of the Darkness Community Walks Sept. 23 to support the

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26 Sep 2012

Students First generates private donations for SF State students

Additional funding for a college student can mean the difference between focusing on academics and procuring financial security by means of extra work. The Students First campaign is trying to lessen

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25 Sep 2012

SF State community pushes for on-campus polling location

For freshman Jasmine Ponce de Leon, this presidential election is a big deal. Not only will it be her first time voting, but her father’s as well. Ponce de Leon,

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25 Sep 2012

Red Hots Burlesque makes steamy nights at El Rio

In a flourish of feathers, sparkles, and sass, Dottie Lux invites voracious crowds to hoot and holler to their hearts’ content at Red Hots’ twice-weekly burlesque show. Red Hots Burlesque

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25 Sep 2012

VIDEO: SF State holds National Voter Registration Day

Volunteers took to Malcolm X Plaza on Sept. 25 for National Voter Registration Day, in order to encourage students to register to vote in this November’s elections. Golden Gate Xpress

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25 Sep 2012

SF State sports clubs scrape by amid budget crunch

Many club sports at SF State are struggling to maintain regular practice spaces and must now devise ways to function with insufficient money. President of the ice hockey club, Andrew Bensch

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25 Sep 2012

SF State student bands jam out in dorms despite regulations

The cramped confines of his dorm room may stifle many things for George Carpenter, but artistic expression is not one of them. With his amplifier turned to a moderate volume,

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25 Sep 2012

SF State researchers show smart growth urban planning conserves energy

There’s more to this green revolution than just reuse, reduce and recycle. The effort to conserve the planet will have to include changing the ways in which people get where

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25 Sep 2012

Employee Assistance Program to offer SF State staff workplace counseling

Employee Assistance Program information sessions Eat Right, Live Well: Oct. 30 in Library Room 121 from 11 a.m. to noon or noon to 1 p.m. Holiday Safety and Welness: Nov.

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25 Sep 2012

Prop. 34 to repeal death penalty if passed

More than 700 inmates are awaiting their sentences on death row in California. They have one cell each and a higher level of security than other inmates. Through the crimes

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24 Sep 2012

BART sees record-breaking ridership in September

As students from SF State and other schools throughout the Bay Area are back in session, BART, Muni and Caltrain have seen a spike in ridership in September, marking a record-breaking

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24 Sep 2012

Campus crime update: A drunken citation, a lost phone and stolen iPad

Punk in Drublic There were reports Sept. 21 of an intoxicated subject at Parkmerced sports bar Park 77. Officers responded and took the subject into custody for public intoxication. Riddle

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24 Sep 2012

SF State cinema professor Pat Jackson wins Emmy for sound editing

Nicole Kidman’s voice-over narrates a hectic scene of Soviet paratroopers jumping out of planes to an uncertain fate while orchestral music swells with dramatic portent, signifying the outset of the

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24 Sep 2012

PHOTOS, VIDEO: Folsom Street Fair unleashes San Francisco's wild side

Ball gags, harnesses and cock rings, oh my! In San Francisco, it’s no new thing to let your freak flag fly, but Sunday afternoon at the Folsom Street Fair, this flag

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23 Sep 2012

VIDEO: SF State spices up Noise Complaint with Latin flavor

Sweaty bodies, blazing trumpets and twirling hips all come together at Noise Complaint: Fiesta. The school dance party, organized by Student Life took place Sept. 22 at the Library Annex

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23 Sep 2012

PHOTOS: UCSD women's soccer sneaks 0-1 win against SF State

SF State’s women’s soccer team lost in a nail-biting game against the UC San Diego Tritons 0-1. Despite their tough loss, the Gators forced the undefeated Tritons to work for their win

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23 Sep 2012

SF State to participate in Voter Registration Day Sept. 25

In an extended effort to get out the vote this presidential election, SF State is joining thousands of volunteers nationwide for the first-ever National Voter Registration Day Tuesday Sept. 25. Register to vote

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23 Sep 2012

PHOTOS: Gator men's soccer reaches stalemate against UC San Diego

Despite being outplayed by the UC San Diego Tritons, the Gators were able to hold on in extra time and scrape up a 0-0 draw. The Gators were bossed around

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22 Sep 2012

The Fashion Blueprint: Strike a pose in eco-friendly clothing

It looks like “organic fiber” is the new black when it comes to fashion. Ladies, think twice before buying those cute simple cotton tanks from your go-to store. And gentlemen,

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22 Sep 2012

The Ins & Outs: Virgin's guide to Folsom Street Fair

The 29th annual Folsom Street Fair will be an exhibition of kinktastic fun, filled with leather daddies, eager submissives and more than 250 vendors and exhibits displaying all that the

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21 Sep 2012

SF State women's soccer chomps Cal State San Bernardino in 2-1 win

The women’s soccer team grabbed a win in a rematch game against the Cal State San Bernardino Coyotes. The Gators left the game in a 2-1 victory over the Coyotes,

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21 Sep 2012

PHOTOS: SF State men's soccer suffers 2-0 loss against Cal State San Bernardino after key player's injury

The Gators are still on their quest to win their first CCAA game, after a 2-0 loss against the visiting Cal State San Bernardino Coyotes. The loss wasn’t the only

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20 Sep 2012

UPDATE: Third case of chickenpox reported at SF State

UPDATE 8:15 p.m., Sept. 20: The director of Student Health Services reported a third case of chickenpox today in an email addressed to student residents. This is the second case

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20 Sep 2012

UPDATE: Cal State Board of Trustees approves 5 percent tuition increase if Prop. 30 fails

UPDATE Sept. 20: The California State University Board of Trustees approved a 5 percent tuition increase and a $250 million cut to the CSU system yesterday if Proposition 30 fails.

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20 Sep 2012

Welcoming SF State's shift of focus to athletics

SF State is awash with athletic gear. On a short stroll through campus you’ll encounter hats and shirts supporting the Giants, A’s, Raiders, 49ers and even the lowly Warriors. It

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