At seventeen years old, Mar Pierce was nervous. She had just realized that she was bisexual and, although nervous, built up the courage to come out to her mom. Pierce’s Continue Reading
Solange Knowles made a soundtrack for being black in America, mostly recognized by her anthem “Don’t Touch My Hair”. Dance worthy, the song forces a smile upon your face and Continue Reading
It is a typical Monday afternoon at the J. Paul Leonard Library at San Francisco State University. Busy—the kind of busy where booming conversations blend together until no actual sentences Continue Reading
More than a decade after it was first formed, an advocacy group for queer people of color is making its return to San Francisco State University.
Story by Julian Espinoza and David Rodriguez. Photos by David Rodriguez. As a child, Eugene Riley, now twenty-five, frequently visited San Francisco State University. His mother studied there and he Continue Reading
Imagine having the ability to visit any place in the world that you wanted. Not only that, but imagine being able to get there in a matter of seconds. No Continue Reading
No one understands the meaning of a night out better than college students. When high school comes to an end for students across California, some consider their choice of campus Continue Reading
In the face of tuition fees and a higher price of living, students find ways to deal with their food security issues.
In the past few years, the idea of self-care has garnered quite a bit of buzz across social media. From thousands of videos on YouTube that show people’s self-care routines Continue Reading
“The very fact that you have chosen to teach your own class is political—it’s radical—and it’s an idea that can spread like wildfire,” Kathy Emery, 63, says to a room Continue Reading
The halls of San Francisco State University’s Humanities building boast a vibrant, multicolored bulletin nested next to Room 302—a relic of the university’s rich history. The psychedelic tones of muted Continue Reading