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SF State health center stops TB testing temporarily

Erica Linker October 1, 2013

Many SF State students, like nursing major Kana Thompson, undergo tuberculosis testing as a requirement for jobs and class programs. However, the SF State Student Health Center placed a temporary freeze...

Student Health Center fee increase proves beneficial for SF State students

Xpress Staff May 3, 2012

When was the last time you made an important phone call at 4 a.m.? While drunk dials and ordering a late-night pizza might be the only time you reach for the phone past midnight, what if you were experiencing...

SF State Student Health Center fee increase proposed to benefit students and staff

Angela Raiford April 14, 2012

Looks like students will have to find a bit more than pocket change in their couch cushions to cover their medical needs on campus next semester. The Student Fee Advisory voted unanimously April 4th to...

A statue of former Gator football coaches Vic Rowen (left) and Joe Verducci (right) in front of the Don Nasser Family Plaza at SF State on March 15. (Lucky Whitburn-Thomas / Golden Gate Xpress)

Looking back with SF State 2020 graduates

Ari Arciaga, Staff Reporter May 7, 2021

One year ago, college students were graduating into one of the toughest job markets since 2010. Since then, they’ve struggled to make ends meet in the middle of a global pandemic. Kathryn Cariaso,...

A police car sits in front of the University Police Department station on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. (Original photograph by Harika Maddala, Illustration by Kyran Berlin / Golden Gate Xpress)

As students rally to abolish campus police, SF State reexamines safety

Kyran Berlin, Online Editor May 4, 2021

Editor's note: A previous version of this story alluded to the Oct. 25, 2005 arrest and jailing of an SF State professor as an example of a lawsuit against the Campus Safety Department for racial profiling....

Michael Scott, the associate vice president of Office and Research, and Sponsored Programs, measures the length of each classroom in the Fine Arts Building at SF State. Scott records the new capacity for each room in accordance with the six foot social distancing practice. Instructional Support Technician for Printmaking and Photography Gaelan Spor guides his recording by informing him how the classrooms are run. (Amalia Diaz / Golden Gate Xpress)

Recess is over: Navigating SF State’s reopening strategy

Chris Ramirez, Editor-in-Chief April 26, 2021

The Fine Arts Building on campus at SF State isn’t where most would consider trying gymnastics, but as Michael Scott, associate vice president for research at SF State, approaches the building, he knows...

SF State students gather outside the Cesar Chavez Student Center building. (Samantha Laurey / Golden Gate Xpress)

Asian American issues take center stage at Associated Students presidential candidate forum

Matthew Faludi, Staff Reporter April 22, 2021

Talks of student involvement, a return to campus and campus safety, with an emphasis on Asian American students, dominated Monday’s open Zoom forum for presidential candidates hosted by Associate Students.  The...

Gator Talk Episode 9: San Diego State Rest & Recovery Days / A conversation with Brenden Tuccinardi

Gator Talk Episode 9: San Diego State Rest & Recovery Days / A conversation with Brenden Tuccinardi

Sebastian Mino-Bucheli, Multimedia Editor April 20, 2021

Welcome to Gator Talk, a collaborative CalState podcast that brings city and statewide perspectives to SF State news. In Gator Talk’s ninth episode, host Sebastian invited Editor in Chief of the San...

Beth Hellwig, interim vice president of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, receives her first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at the Mashouf Wellness Center on Feb. 3. Hellwig received her vaccine when the state was in phase one of vaccine distribution, limited to ages 65 and up. (Jun Ueda / Golden Gate Xpress)

Mashouf Wellness Center rolls out COVID-19 vaccines for those 16 and up

Jian Yang, Staff Reporter April 14, 2021

On Wednesday morning, people who have made an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine entered and exited SF State's Mashouf Wellness Center, some for their first dose and some for their second dose appointment. The...

The entrance of Portola Gardens on Feb. 23. A shortage of gerontology majors has led to fewer doctors who specialize in elderly care. (Cameron Lee / Golden Gate Xpress)

SF State Gerontology program struggles as industry booms

Sydney Vargas, Staff Reporter April 5, 2021

SF State’s Gerontology program is declining in faculty as the national need for geriatricians rises, leaving practitioner nurses to fill the gaps.  By 2030, one out of five Americans will be over...

The San Francisco school board has voted to rename 44 schools whose namesakes include Dianne Feinstein, Abraham Lincoln and Junipero Serra. (Ellie Doyen / Golden Gate Xpress)

SFUSD halts school renaming, questions remain

Miles Voci, Staff Reporter March 9, 2021

Editor's note: Scroll to the bottom of the article for more information regarding the figures in the visual. The San Francisco Board of Education is currently on hiatus in its efforts to rename schools...

Leroy F. Moore Jr. (upper right) hosts virtual event Ableism in Hip-Hop: Krip-Hop Artists Drop Knowledge and Lyrics to talk with other artists about the discrimination in Hip-Hop in San Francisco, on Saturday, February 20, 2021. (Katherine Burgos / Golden Gate Xpress)

Krip-Hop event brings disability center stage

Nick Mazzoni, Staff Reporter March 2, 2021

Quick word play and creative melodies had heads bouncing on screens during SF State’s Paul K. Longmore Institute’s virtual event “Ableism in Hip-Hop: Krip-Hop Artists Drop Knowledge and Lyrics.” On...

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