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50 Years After Change

The current semester at San Francisco State University celebrates a milestone that has changed and influenced our country and the world….

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Grad Caps and Wedding Gowns

The fresh spring air brings life to the dead world winter brought. Along with it comes graduation caps, prom dresses, floral-prints…

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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…

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Grades and Pacifiers

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

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Killer Crossings

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

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Notch Crew

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

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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City Surf

It was the coldest day of the year in San Francisco. A low pressure system off the coast sent frigid winds…

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Comedy Godfather, City Outsider

“Humans! Listen to my face hole!” Tony Sparks has been on stage long enough to know how to capture attention. He…

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