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Princeton Review awards SF State perfect green score

Princeton Review awards SF State perfect green score

Erin Dage
September 4, 2012
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SF State is greening its way up the ranks, according to the Princeton Review. The standardized test preparation and college admissions consulting company rated 806 colleges based on greenness and overall sustainability. Out of those colleges, SF State was one of the 21 to receive a perfect score. Sustainability Programs Manag...

SF State recognized by Princeton Review for being green

Devery Sheffer
September 20, 2011
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The multiple tricolored disposal bins, the lingering aroma of organic coffee and the light breeze of passing bicyclists in clearly-marked bike lanes do more than create a picturesque scene of SF State. Aside from beautifying the campus, these efforts, along with other initiatives, have earned SF State the distinction of ...

VIDEO: KSFS radio station at SF State rated top 25 in country for second year in a row

VIDEO: KSFS radio station at SF State rated top 25 in country for second year in a row

Carolyn Copeland
March 28, 2012
Filed under Life

Every day, dozens of students enter the KSFS radio station inside the Creative Arts building, put on their headsets and talk about a wide variety of topics, ranging from hip-hop to sports news, with music jamming in between. Although some students have never tuned in to any of the more than 50 shows on SF State’s radio station, KSFS was...

VIDEO: SF State celebrates Sustainable Food Day with iron chef competition

VIDEO: SF State celebrates Sustainable Food Day with iron chef competition

Xpress Staff
October 26, 2011
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SF State, with the cooperation of its organizations and departments, began promoting environmentally friendly lifestyles through events and awareness for Sustainability Week, which began Monday. Transforming SF State into a more environmentally friendly campus has been priority since 2007 when President Robert A. Corrigan...

VIDEO: What could you do to make SF State greener?

Sara Donchey
September 14, 2011
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In light of SF State being one of 16 schools to make the Green Honor Roll and acheiving a perfect score of 99 in the Princeton Review's fourth annual Green Ratings of Colleges, editors Gil Riego and Megan Taros ask students how to take it one step further. We scout the SF State campus asking students what...

Green class requirement is good for growth

Natasha Artavia
February 10, 2011
Filed under Opinion

It’s really no surprise that SF State has made the decision to introduce an environmental sustainability course into the general education requirements, especially since the city consistently supports sustainable practices like mandatory composting and the plastic bag ban. For a campus that boast...

Campus crime reports more than double from 2013 to 2016

Campus crime reports more than double from 2013 to 2016

Sylvie Sturm
August 29, 2018
Filed under News

The University Police Department was on high alert in July as a group of robbers roamed SF State’s campus in broad daylight grabbing valuables from students walking alone. On July 11 at 6:10 p.m., an SF State student walking through campus noticed two men on a red, pocket bike-style motorcycle in...

Broadway's hit 'Avenue Q' graces Little Theatre stage

Broadway's hit 'Avenue Q' graces Little Theatre stage

Jonathan Ramos
April 23, 2013
Filed under Life

“Avenue Q” could be described as Broadway’s little engine that could. In 2004, the show reached legendary status when it unexpectedly won the Tony award for best musical over the mega-blockbuster, “Wicked.” Since then the show has gained a massive following and is considered a staple in music...

Recycling should be higher priority for SF State

Xpress Staff
September 5, 2012
Filed under Opinion

Picture a plethora of trash cans, scattered about our beautiful campus, overflowing with half-eaten pizza, empty soda cans and discarded essays. We’ve all seen it before — the green and blue colored bins in the student center — that remain practically empty while the trash from the black bins...

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