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The Fight Against Marijuana In The Sunset District

Tensions ran high as controversies surrounding the legalization of recreational marijuana use reached a tipping point at a public meeting hosted…

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Plastic Use and the Negative Effect on our Environment

Plastic has become commonplace in our lives today. Plastic bags, coffee cups, and water bottles can be seen on our streets…

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President of Eco Life Club

Marc Hernandez is president of the Eco Life club at San Francisco State University. Marc is currently a junior and his…

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San Francisco Meets Up

One by one they arrive joining the circle of crisscrossed seated strangers in the middle of Hellman Hollow at Golden Gate…

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Comic Books: Visual Storytelling’s New Home at SF State

It all started with his first word – Batman. Although the idea had always been with him, he never thought of…

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The Muni Diaries: When Art Imitates Life

“I have seen some shit on Muni,” he pauses as they begin to clap. “Like, I have seen some literal poo…

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The Alternative Proms of 924 Gilman

A night filled with dancing, laughter, and high school memories, but also includes stress and the occasional tear comes from the…

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Home Away From Home-An International Student’s Turning Point

It all started when I was four years old. Flying all the way from Bangkok to San Francisco was the most…

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Rock ‘n Road to Graduation

Christian Joseph Arriola is a San Francisco State music student that marches by the beat of his own drum. With his…

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Smart Ways To Enhance How The Brain Works

Cold sweat soaks through your shirt, your body temperature rises, your heartbeat gets louder, faster, and becomes the only thing you…

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Indivisible SF: Liberty And Justice For All

A throng of protesters marched through downtown on route to Civic Center wearing lab coats, shouting support for science, and holding…

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The Art Of “Chanoyu”: Bringing Japanese Tea Culture To Life

Walking into the tea room at the Nichi Bei Kai Cultural Center in Japantown brings back memories from the time I…

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