San Francisco State University
Investigators say a suspect in the random slaying of a university student flashed a gun several times on a crowded commuter train in San Francisco, but passengers were so absorbed in their phones and tablets they didn’t notice.
A man who prosecutors say hunted for a victim before randomly killing a San Francisco State University student in the city’s Ingleside Heights neighborhood last week pleaded not guilty to a murder charge during his arraignment Wednesday.
The suspect in a seemingly random fatal shooting on Monday had threatened others earlier in the evening, and appeared to be “hunting” for a victim, District Attorney George Gascon said.
Police said they discovered a large weapons cache at the home of a man accused of fatally shooting a San Francisco State University student earlier this week.
San Francisco State University has voted to stop investing its endowment in coal and tar sands companies, joining a growing list of universities that have decided to stop investing in fossil fuels.
Latinos, African Americans, and Native Americans make up less than 10-percent of the college graduates working in the fields of science and technology. This week’s Jefferson Award winner is working to change those numbers, and in the process is inspiring a new generation of scientists.
A star basketball player at San Francisco State University has been arrested on suspicion of a murdering a man in Georgia.
A San Francisco State University professor is drawing scrutiny for a class assignment that asked students to create a political campaign ad.
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.
A San Francisco State University police officer was hospitalized after responding to a disturbance involving several trespassers at a university dormitory Thursday night, a university spokeswoman said.