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Crime Blotter: Stonestown police activity

Juan Carlos Lara, Staff
November 12, 2019
Filed under Campus, News

On Nov. 2, the San Francisco Police Department responded to a 911 call from security personnel at the Stonestown Galleria about a man with a firearm. The man in question reportedly attempted to use counterfeit bills at a gaming store, according to Sgt. Michael Andraychak from the SFPD Media Relations...

Stonestown to get Whole Foods, theater and more

Stonestown to get Whole Foods, theater and more

Kirk Stevenson
September 17, 2018
Filed under Featured, News

A mall that serves as SF State’s go-to place to shop will soon have a massive refurbished area that will offer new retail stores, restaurants, a movie theater and even a Whole Foods Market. The San Francisco planning commission on July 19 gave Stonestown Galleria owners General Growth Properties...

CREAM joins other interactive Food Services at Stonestown

A CREAM employee makes an ice-cream sandwich for a customer Thursday, Oct 29 on 16th Street in San Francisco. CREAM will be opening a new shop at Stonestown Galleria shopping center. (James Chan / Xpress)

Ashley Bowen
November 10, 2015
Filed under Life

CREAM's make-it-yourself model makes it possible to assemble hundreds of ice cream and cookie combinations to satisfy any sweet tooth. With a kiosk soon to open in the center of Stonestown Galleria, the dessert franchise will join the ranks of Stonestown's many fast food restaurants that allow customers...

Mother and child struck by car while crossing Stonestown intersection

Police interview an elderly woman who struck a mother and daughter in front of The City Sports Club at the Stonestown Galleria Wednesday, March 18. (Helen Tinna / Xpress)

Timothy Smith
March 18, 2015
Filed under News

Two pedestrians were struck by a vehicle while crossing an intersection at Stonestown Galleria Mall Wednesday. A woman and her 5-year-old daughter were walking through the crosswalk at 20th Avenue and Buckingham Way when they were struck by a woman’s car as she drove into the shopping center, according...

Theft at Stonestown leads to arrests on campus

Coburn Palmer
May 22, 2013
Filed under Uncategorized

Two people were arrested on SF State campus yesterday afternoon after they stole a laptop from a mall shopper, then fled to campus, according to University authorities. Three people stole the laptop from a shopper near the Apple Store in Stonestown Galleria, then fled the scene in a Honda. The trio...

Typhoid alert issued for Stonestown Nordstrom Cafe customers

Typhoid alert issued for Stonestown Nordstrom Cafe customers

Erin Dage
May 3, 2013
Filed under News

Students who have dined at the Nordstrom Cafe located in the Stonestown Galleria may have been exposed to typhoid fever after a food handler was diagnosed with the bacteria earlier today, according to the San Francisco Department of Public Health. Those who ate at the location on April 16, 17, 18, 20 or 27 may have been ex...

ODE bookstore in Stonestown closing down, unclear if students will be affected

ODE bookstore in Stonestown closing down, unclear if students will be affected

Barbara Szabo
March 6, 2012
Filed under Life, News

Martin Carmody’s mission to keep bookstores from becoming a thing of the past isn’t exactly going according to plan. Three months after Borders' Stonestown Galleria location closed last July, Carmody decided to take over the lease and open a new bookstore called ODE. After just five months, the store will close its doors March 10 and re-locate to the Metro 580 Shop...

Stonestown farmers market brings fresh food to Lakeshore

Stonestown farmers market brings fresh food to Lakeshore

KC Crowell
October 4, 2011
Filed under Life

Sunday morning the Stonestown Galleria looks like it does most days. Cars make their way through the parking lot and teenagers saunter along with shopping bags as Muni trains rumble down 19th Avenue. However, the scene is wildly different in the shopping center’s back parking lot. Around the corner and into the western parking...

Valentine’s Day

Cierra Quintana, Staff reporter
February 10, 2020
Filed under Opinion

Love is in the air, and baby cupid is shooting down his heart-shaped arrow on those wanting to fall in love and experience true love’s kiss.  However, Valentine’s Day didn't start with Cupid. The history of Valentine’s Day wasn’t about chocolates, roses, and arrows—it was celebrated as a ...

Student fatally shot off campus

Diego Felix
October 29, 2019
Filed under Campus, News

SF State President Lynn Mahoney sent out an email notification to students Friday afternoon stating that a student passed away Thursday evening.  “I write to share tragic news that an SF State student was shot Thursday afternoon in an off-campus incident and died Thursday evening. There is n...

Crime Blotter: Wild Wednesday Night

Juan Carlos Lara, Staff
October 15, 2019
Filed under Campus

Oct. 9 saw a string of crime reports, particularly in the northern part of campus. At around 6:30 p.m., two people suspected of committing a strong arm robbery near 19th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard fled toward SF State. The suspects, described as juvenile males, were last seen near Lot 20. SFPD a...

Community airs frustration with administration at President Search Forum

An audience member addresses a panel of administrators and one student at the SF State Presidential Search Committee open forum on Feb. 5. Photo by Shaylyn Martos

Robert Juarez
February 13, 2019
Filed under Latest, News

SF State students, faculty and staff told members of the Trustees Committee for the Selection of the President what they hope to see in the person hired to fill outgoing President Leslie Wong’s shoes in an open forum held in the McKenna Theater on Tuesday, Feb. 5. Members of the SF State community took the o...

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