John Carlos, Tommy Smith Legacy Reverberates 53 Years After Olympic Protest For Racial JusticeIt has been 53 years since Olympic medalists Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their black-gloved fists in the air on the podium for racial justice and human rights.
UPDATE: Suspect Arrested After Online Threat Shuts Down San Francisco State CampusA suspect was arrested Tuesday following a 'non-specific' online threat that forced San Francisco State University officials to cancel in-person classes.
DA Partners With SFSU To Improve Investigations Of Campus CrimesDistrict Attorney Chesa Boudin announced a new partnership with San Francisco State University and various city departments to improve the investigations of sexual assaults and other crimes on campus.
Pulitzer-Winning San Francisco Composer Wayne Peterson Dies at 93Composer, pianist and educator Wayne Peterson, who won a Pulitzer Prize for music that was hotly contested because judges had chosen another composer, has died. He was 93.
Suspect Arrested Following Deadly 8-Car Crash Near San Francisco Lake MercedA pedestrian in a crosswalk was hit and killed in a multiple-vehicle crash near Lake Merced in San Francisco Thursday morning and police say they have arrested a suspect.
COVID: California State University System Extends Fall 2021 Application Deadline Due To PandemicThe California State University System has granted prospective students additional time to submit their applications for Fall 2021, citing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Clayton Man Who Attacked Anti-Racism Protesters Avoids PrisonA Clayton man who pleaded guilty to attacking anti-racism protesters at a white nationalist rally and at a torch-lit march through the University of Virginia's campus will avoid serving a term in federal prison.
California State University Sticks To Mostly Virtual Learning For Spring 2021 Semester Due To COVID-19All California State University campuses will remain under mostly virtual learning for the Spring 2021 semester due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: CSU, UC Students Unlikely To Return To Campus In FallMost of the more than 770,000 students at California's two main university systems, which include several Bay Area campuses, aren't likely to return to campus this fall.
UC Berkeley, San Jose State, SCU, SFSU Cancel In-Person Classes Over Coronavirus FearsSeveral Bay Area colleges are canceling in-person classes and preparing for online delivery over fears of the coronavirus, multiple school officials announced Monday.
Suspect Arrested After Threatening To 'Blow Up Or Shoot Up' SFSU LibraryA suspect who threatened to "blow up or shoot up" a campus library at San Francisco State University was arrested Monday afternoon, according to university police.
SoCal Police Arrest Woman In Connection With Hit-And-Run That Killed SF State StudentPolice in Redondo Beach on Monday arrested a suspect in a weekend hit-and-run collision that killed a San Francisco State student, according to authorities.
SoCal Police Search For Driver Who Hit, Killed SF State StudentPolice in Southern California continued their hunt Sunday for a hit-and-run driver who killed a 21-year-old San Francisco State student in Redondo Beach.
Poor Air Quality Leads SF State, Other Colleges To Cancel ClassesThe unhealthy air caused by the smoke coming from the Camp Fire in Butte County has led San Francisco State, San Jose State and other schools to cancel classes for the rest of the week Wednesday night.
San Francisco State University President Announces RetirementSan Francisco State University President Leslie Wong announced Monday that he is retiring at the end of this academic year.