Written by Ben Tasner Photos by Lorisa Salvatin Students rest their arms and legs as they lie on the floor of a darkened dance studio. The room is an Continue Reading
Written by Katie Mullen Photos by Lorisa Salvatin To define hip-hop as a musical genre and culture is to make sense of an oxymoron. The true essence of hip-hop resides on Continue Reading
Written by Katrina Andaya, photos by Ryan Leibrich “The noise you are hearing is a sonic boom,” Daren Wilkerson, a semi professional whip cracker, says under his brown Indiana Jones Continue Reading
Story By Nicole Crittenden Photo By Jenny Sokolova Nestled between the protective arms of her mother, one-year-old Jessica Iniguez and her parents say goodbye to their home in Jalisco as Continue Reading
Written by Chantel Genest A purple fox is spotted walking upright on Harrison Street in the Mission District. It halts at the corner, greeted with hugs from a brown teddy bear, a Continue Reading
By Julian Lim Photos by Lorisa Salvatin Only half of the emerald neon sign is on. A grouping of the center letters, which in whole spell out “Mission Cultural Center,” Continue Reading
Written by Nadine Quitania Photos by Tony Santos In the Bay Area, the Noise Pop Festival is not only for new music discoveries, (the opening bands this year were insane) Continue Reading
What happens when you go against the grain?
Written by Mariana Barrera Photos by Rebekah Didlake From pizza lovers to commuter-students, meet the spectrum of people that roam our campus.
While weekend warriors are out on the town, I’m the one they call when they need a lift. Most people know it as ride sharing, but the California Public Utilities Continue Reading
Alcohol makes pretty much any situation better. While bar-hopping and some dance therapy can help take the edge off, new and exciting ways to get your drink on works wonders. Continue Reading