NEWS || CULTURE || SFSU

Ebonics is NOT “Black English”

There is no coincidence that Black people throughout the country understand and communicate in a way that is foreign to people…

Read More

Grades and Pacifiers

College can be tough for anyone. Many students decide to focus most of their attention on it. Between midterms, finals, group…

Read More

Killer Crossings

In 2014, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and SFMTA prioritized pedestrian and cyclist safety by adopting Vision Zero, a multi-national…

Read More

Notch Crew

“They call it the death sound.”     The harbor buoy off Pillar Point in Half Moon Bay, California is more…

Read More

Students Walk for Gun Control

On March 14, thousands of students participated in a national school walk out to demonstrate their support for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas…

Read More

Opening Up About Being Open

Open relationships are a lot like pineapple on pizza – people either love it or hate it. But as all new…

Read More

Student veteran awareness classes made for faculty, are not being taken

Veteran Podcast “Murderers” and “puppets” are just a few of the insults student veterans at San Francisco State University have received…

Read More

Should we put Woke to sleep?

The past tense of awake is woke, obviously. “I woke up,” is what someone could utter any given morning. The word…

Read More

Black Panther & Cultural Conversation

Another superhero movie came out this past month. That’s where we are at now. Marvel movies are becoming as essential to…

Read More

The Loud Voices of a Quiet Print

Seniors of the Women and Gender Studies department at San Francisco State University slowly filtered through the door of room 131…

Read More

The Myth of the Pit

A wide jaw, stocky build, and short thick hair in an array of colors. The defining features of a pit bull…

Read More

Diamond in the Bayview

An inbound Muni Metro T train whooshes past the cross-section of 3rd Street and Palou Avenue. A brown paper bag containing…

Read More