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Marem Olsen and Elsa Caaney(left to right) attend classes virtually inside the J. Paul Leonard Library on SF State’s campus on Jan. 24, 2021. (Maximo Vazquez / Golden Gate Xpress)

SF State kicks off the spring semester via Zoom

Lisa Moreno, Campus Editor January 24, 2022

After a successful in-person fall semester, SF State students looked forward to continuing their classes on campus this spring.  But on Jan. 6, SF State President Lynn Mahoney announced in an email...

SF State President Lynn Mahoney speaks about the universitys partnership with the city to provide scholarships to teenagers who received vaccination on Oct. 18, 2021. Mahoney said that she came up with the idea, which she said was well-received by the mayor and Board of Supervisors (Sabita Shrestha / Golden Gate Xpress)

Recipients announced in SF State vaccine scholarship

Matthew Faludi, A&E Editor December 6, 2021

When Zoe Freeman, a 14-year-old freshman at Lincoln High School, found out that she was picked for SF State’s Vaccine Scholarship Program, she said her emotions took her from shock, to dance and then,...

As SF State ramps up toward Spring 2022, administration has pushed for more in-person courses to meet a growing student demand for hands-on learning. (Sabita Shrestha / Golden Gate Xpress)

SF State poised to hold majority of Spring 2022 classes in-person

Kyran Berlin, Online Editor November 20, 2021

When Bárbara Abadía-Rexach first visited campus for a job interview in February 2020, she was nervous about how she’d be received by the university. The job to teach for the Latina/Latino Studies...

Daesha Harper (25) moves the ball forward up the field on Nov. 4, 2021. Harper is currently a junior and studying marketing. (Paris Galarza / Golden Gate Xpress)

SF State soccer teams ends season, women’s makes playoffs

Jack Davies, Staff Reporter November 8, 2021

Women’s Team Exceeds Expectations By Making Playoffs  Expectations were low for the women’s team entering the season, as they were voted to finish last out of 12 teams in the California Collegiate...

President Lynn Mahoney shares a few brief words with SF State CFA chapter President James Martel after watching their petition unfurl on Nov. 5, 2021. Mahoney didn’t have much to say besides expressing her support of her faculty and telling CFA SF chapter members that, We are on the same page, before rushing off. (Amaya Edwards / Golden Gate Xpress)

SF State faculty union deliver petition to President Mahoney, demand support in contract negotiations

Amaya Edwards, Staff Photographer November 5, 2021

Members of the California Faculty Association San Francisco chapter staged an action today on campus, demanding that SF State President Lynn Mahoney stand by faculty in its contract negotiations with the...

Xpress Yourself: SF State students share what theyve learned about the campus since reopening

Xpress Yourself: SF State students share what they’ve learned about the campus since reopening

Albert Gregory, Multimedia Editor October 27, 2021

Following SF State campus shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, some classes have returned in person in Fall 2021, allowing some students to check out the school grounds for the first time.   The...

SF State President Lynn Mahoney and Mayor London Breed announce that SF State is offering full scholarships to 10 eligible youth to
encourage more students to get vaccinated, at the fifth floor patio of the Administration Building on Oct. 18, 2021. I cant think of a better incentive than that, in order to be a part of what I think is an incredible institution, Breed said. (Sabita Shrestha / Golden Gate Xpress)

SF State to offer full tuition to some future students, if vaccinated

Chris Ramirez, Editor-in-Chief October 18, 2021

SF State President Lynn Mahoney, Mayor London Breed and the deputy director for the San Francisco Department of Public Health announced on Monday an incentive for prospective students — four years of...

The George and Judy Marcus Hall for the Creative and Liberal Arts at SF State on Oct. 6, 2021. Marcus Hall, which will house the BECA department, was inaugurated on Tuesday. (Albert Serna Jr./ Golden Gate Xpress)

SF State inaugurates new building for BECA department

Marlyn Sanchez Nol, Staff Reporter October 6, 2021

SF State’s George and Judy Marcus Hall for the Creative and Liberal Arts was inaugurated Tuesday with a ceremony, after the completion of the building's construction in early 2021. The building makes...

A flyer for CNP recall candidate Michael Loebs sits next to a half empty wine glass at Liquid Gold on Sept. 24, 2021. Loebs joked that the flyer could become collector’s memorabilia. (Cameron Lee/Golden Gate Xpress)

SF State professor and recall candidate hosts election party

Nicolas Cholula, Staff Photographer September 22, 2021

The California National Party held an election night viewing party for their recall replacement candidate for governor, Michael Loebs, Sept. 21 at a San Francisco bar. Loebs, who has been a political...

SF State women’s volleyball head coach Matt Hoffman coaches his starters during a timeout against Northwest Nazarene in the Main Gym at Don Nasser Family Plaza on Friday, Sep. 3, 2021. (Nicolas Cholula/Golden Gate Xpress)

Sports return to SF State campus for the first time in 544 days

Jack Davies, Staff Reporter September 10, 2021

Sports fields and gyms had been eerily vacant at campus since March 8, 2020, when the spring season abruptly ended due to COVID-19. With two volleyball matches scheduled on campus this past weekend,...

Chris Harris, a graduate student in SF States BECA department, works in the common area outside of the Cesar Chavez Student Center on Aug. 24, 2021. Harris mentioned the benefits of being back on campus as opposed to stuck on Zoom, despite adjustments such as no longer being able to sip on a coffee during class. (Morgan Ellis / Golden Gate Xpress)

SF State reopens for in-person learning

Albert Serna Jr., Online Editor August 25, 2021

SF State reopened its campus for in-person instruction to half of its student body on Monday, for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The university has taken measures to...

An image of the The Ethnic Studies & Psychology building at SF State on May 4. Ethnic Studies & Psychology holds the Asian American Studies department within its building, which created the ASPIRE program with Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. (Samantha Laurey / Golden Gate Xpress)

SF State program aspires to create community for AAPI students

Ari Arciaga, Staff Reporter May 13, 2021

With the rising number of hate crimes against Asian Americans, programs such as the Asian American and Pacific Islander Retention and Education, ASPIRE, are used to support students and members of the...

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