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Not Your N***a

Featured Illustration by: Kevin Catalan   Hip hop; it’s more than just a genre of music, it’s a culture, it’s a way…

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In Their Shoes: Challenging Gender Norms Through Androgynous Apparel

Once upon a time there was a world where any gender could walk into a clothing store and not have to…

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Tinder – The Social Currency for International Students

We live in a time where most services are just a click away, and love is no exception. Well, that depends…

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Kava: A Legal Drug Taking San Francisco by Storm

Featured Image by: Laila Rashada Kava is a legal drug currently gaining popularity in San Francisco due to its sedative and…

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Following the Money

By: Kristen Struckmeyer When I got out of class, a small white envelope was waiting for me on the windshield of…

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Threatened Sanctuary or National Insecurity?

By: Brandy Miceli People from around the world gathered under the trees of Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland to share their…

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A Change Is Gonna Come

By: Arash Malekzadeh Riot gear hung from the tense hands of three rows of San Francisco Police Department officers, positioned austerely…

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The Age of Tech : While Tech Companies Create Younger Environments, The “Not-So-Young” Struggle

By: Eric Nyulassy All you can eat food around the clock. Beautifully landscaped grass as far as the eye can see….

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An Uncertain Move for San Francisco’s Sex Workers

Marion Pellegrini, core staff member at St. James Infirmary, poses for a portrait in the lab where he draws blood for…

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Between the Old and New School

Photographs and story by Alex Kofman Coffee shops, bars and restaurants are typically places people have in mind when considering where…

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The Manhattanization of San Francisco Package

Photograph by photoeverywhere / stockarch.com via Creative Commons   By Xpress Magazine Staff This news package explores the many faucets in…

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Cafe serves up Lifelong Lessons

Jeremiah Rushing, bartender at Old Skool Cafe, a violence prevention program that provides employment and restaurant skills to youth ages 16-22,…

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