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SF State's Associated Students Inc. ready to reach out to campus

Megan Taros
April 5, 2011
Filed under News

A single table draped with a purple banner and lined with a few stacks of golden fliers was the only noticeable mention of the Associated Students Inc., elections this year. It was difficult to tell that last year’s elections garnered crowds of students surrounding decadent arrays of balloons and b...

ASI pushes for a student fee increase

Juan Carlos Lara, Campus News Editor
November 19, 2019
Filed under Campus

Fees are an intrinsic part of any college student’s life, from the time they apply to colleges and pay application fees until they prepare to leave and pay a graduation fee. Students at SF State currently pay $762 in mandatory fees at the start of every fall and spring semester.  When students tap their ID ca...

Self-care symposium highlights mental health battles of marginalized students

Self-care symposium highlights mental health battles of marginalized students

Camila Ramirez Diaz
May 7, 2019
Filed under Latest, Life

SF State psychology major Taeil Sung (right) speaks to the crowd as psychology major Coco Griffin (left) listens at the Active Minds 2nd annual Mental Health Symposium in Jack Adams Hall on Friday, May 3, 2019. (CHRIS ROBLEDO/Golden Gate Xpress)   The second annual Active Minds symposium focused on provi...

Students still champion climate reform despite knockdown of Green New Deal

Students still champion climate reform despite knockdown of Green New Deal

Carly Wipf
April 2, 2019
Filed under Latest, News

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (center) speaks on the Green New Deal with Senator Ed Markey (right) in front of the Capitol Building in February 2019. (Photo by 'Senate Democrats' via Wikimedia Commons.)    !function(e,t,s,i){var n="InfogramEmbeds",o=e.getElementsByTagName("script")[0],d=/^http:/.test(e.location)?"...

University outreach expands to help students apply for CalFresh

University outreach expands to help students apply for CalFresh

Sebastiaan Molloy
April 2, 2019
Filed under Latest, News

SF State’s Health Promotion and Wellness department expanded its outreach program to tackle food insecurity on campus by screening students for CalFresh eligibility thanks to recent government funding boosts. CalFresh, the state’s version of the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program,...

Legal definition exclusionary Transgender; students react to Trump’s failed promise to protect individuals

Legal definition exclusionary Transgender; students react to Trump’s failed promise to protect individuals

Eliza Flynn
December 18, 2018
Filed under Latest, Life

On Oct. 21 the New York Times broke a story about a Department of Health and Human Services memo indicating the Trump administration was seeking to exclude transgender people in a new legal definition of gender. This would reverse Obama-era executive actions that allow trans and non-binary identifying...

Super commuting ‘sacrifice’ takes toll on SF State students

Super commuting ‘sacrifice’ takes toll on SF State students

Maci Martell
November 25, 2018
Filed under Featured, Latest, Multimedia, News

On an average school day, SF State student Lianna Reich, 25, will leave her home in Healdsburg, California around 7:15 a.m. to embark on her commute. She will take a car, a train and two buses to get to campus, getting there by around 11 a.m. Reich is a junior majoring in English education. She’s also wh...

ASI campaign encourages students to register to vote

ASI campaign encourages students to register to vote

Joshua Chan
September 26, 2018
Filed under Latest, News

Associated Students Inc. urged students to register to vote on Sept. 25, as part of a nationwide campaign for National Voter Registration Day with Rock the Vote. The campaign comes shortly before midterm elections begin across the country, with California’s voting day slated for Nov. 6. Accordi...

New master plan reveals massive housing increase

New master plan reveals massive housing increase

Garrett Bergthold
September 27, 2017
Filed under Life, News

Up to 8,300 new student beds will arrive on campus within 15 years as SF State accelerates its transition from being a commuter campus towards a residential campus, SF State officials announced Monday. More than 70 people witnessed the public unveiling of the first pieces of a plan set to redevelop...

Students to rely on tipping to make ends meet

Students to rely on tipping to make ends meet

Carlee Carter
September 18, 2017
Filed under Life

SF State students in the foodservice industry rely on the voluntary, and often paltry, tips people pay in exchange for service to cover the rent. Tipping is a delicate subject in the U.S. because it’s a large part of the culture and economy – especially in regards to food services. Normal tipping...

Will Parkmerced’s construction spell bad news for students?

Will Parkmerced’s construction spell bad news for students?

Garrett Bergthold
August 30, 2017
Filed under News

** This story was originally printed with information that stated that the new Creative Arts building would include housing and retail. The correct information is that there is a new Creative Arts building and a new housing building separately slated for construction. This change has been made in the stor...

New Depot management aims for students outreach

New Depot management aims for students outreach

Shahni Ben-Haim
August 23, 2017
Filed under Life

Associated Students, Inc. has welcomed a new manager for The Depot this year in an untraditional way. Instead of promoting the past assistant manager to manager, ASI has hired Joaquin Vasquez-Duran, a recent transfer student, to the position. Because last year’s management team, Nilo Amiri and...

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