A group involved in a scuffle with San Francisco State University police Thursday night was part of a squatter's collective that was evicted from an abandoned church in the city earlier this week, according to a statement from a member of the group.
An SFSU police officer was injured and several people were arrested in the confrontation Thursday night when police sought to remove alleged trespassers from a dormitory, according to a university spokeswoman. Read More
The popularity of certain majors at San Francisco State University is preventing students from getting classes and graduating on time, but the administration is proposing a plan to clear out the bottleneck and put undergraduates in lectures they need. Read More
Students in both the California State University and University of California systems have had to absorb massive budget cuts in recent years through rising fees. But thanks to legislation taking effect in the new year, governing boards for higher education will have to bring students to the table before any fee increases are implemented. Read More
A man who was shot and killed after fatally wounding a California Highway Patrol officer during a traffic stop on Interstate Highway 680 near Alamo on Tuesday was originally from the Bay Area and studied and worked in computer engineering here, according to a family member. Read More
Two students at San Francisco State University have been diagnosed with chickenpox, prompting officials to send a health warning to students.
The letter states that the second student, who was diagnosed Friday, lived on campus and visited buildings including creative arts, ethnic studies, psychology, the library, student services, the student center and the Towers and Dining Center. Read More
A small fire damaged the former administration building at San Francisco State University this afternoon, a university spokeswoman said.
The fire was reported at about 4:05 p.m. at the building known as the Old Administration Building, university spokeswoman Ellen Griffin said. Firefighters responded and extinguished the fire within about 20 minutes, Griffin said. Read More
Students and residents around San Francisco State University will have more recreational space once a newly purchased property is converted to grassland before ultimately becoming classrooms for the clinical sciences. Read More
The San Francisco State University health education professor is the author of a study that encourages new meditators to find the method of meditation they are most comfortable with in order to get fulfilling results.
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As students in the California State University system prepare to head back to school in August, the future of their classes and programs hangs in the balance. State voters are being asked to support a November tax measure whose failure would automatically chop $250 million from the system. That cut would be on top of the $750 million already sliced out of the 2011-12 fiscal year budget. Read More
A for-profit company will now run the bookstore at San Francisco State University, replacing the nonprofit that had managed the shop since 1954.Officials say the arrangement will benefit students and the university itself, while hundreds of students and faculty say they will boycott what they see as a move toward the commercialization of college life. Read More