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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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Starving for Grades

“Hey guys, should I go broke and buy food? Or should I go hungry during class?” Someone behind me proposed. No…

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The Fight for Africana Studies

“We have to fight for everything we have in addition to the scholarship itself.” Dr. Ifetayo Flannery talks about one of…

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Letter from the Editor

As a journalist, as a writer, you get used to the questions. Constant, prying, queries.   Who are you? Who do…

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Align the Body, Detach from Stress & Conquer Anxiety

The clock lingers at 1:49,  the deep breath before students are finally granted their freedom. It is the last class of…

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San Francisco State’s Dedicated Thespians

Everyone will always tell you to “do what you love”. Whether it’s to be a tax attorney or Instagram model, someone…

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Veterans Find Little Help on the Home Front

In 2014 there was a big scandal at one of the VA Hospitals in Phoenix, Arizona. The staff there were accused…

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Cupid Hits Hard

Cupid Hits Hard at the 12th Annual Valentine’s Day Pillow fight at Embarcadero Plaza, SF. Always tentative, and always fun, this…

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Vinyl’s not Dead

The albums not dead for me; I still buy vinyl albums. Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin   The feeling centered around that…

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