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“I use the word ‘fat’ a lot,” says former San Francisco State University communications student, 26-year-old Natalie Meany. She is now…

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Post-Fire Inferno

The aftermath of the fires Since the devastating fires that started on a dry, windy night  in Northern California, more than…

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The Butterfly Effect: The Results of Winged Popularity

Miniscule rain drops started collecting on the windows of the Conservatory of Flowers, but anyone inside the building would mistake it…

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Social Media and Relationships

We all know social media plays a big role in the world, but does it have to play a big role…

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Buggin’ Out

Craving Crickets The bar is dimly lit and the music is loud. The ceiling is decorated with hundreds of empty beer…

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XPRESS || NOVEMBER || 2017

Click on the link below to view our November Issue of XPRESS Magazine. This Issue would not be possible without the…

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The Festival of Light Brightens San Francisco for the Fifth Time

San Francisco is shining bright now until New Year’s day with 37 eco-friendly light art installations located in 17 different neighborhoods…

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50 Years in the Making: Project Rebound Celebrates its Accomplishments

Families, pairs, and solo guests trickled into the dimly lit Jack Adams Hall found at San Francisco State University. Some dressed…

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Take the Rock: Serving Those Who Serve, and Have Served

It is strange to see the San Francisco skyline completely pitch black. The shadows of skyscrapers cast a watchful eye over…

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We Have the Power

“How do we create that revolution?” Almost mirror-like, the art is intended to help people of color see themselves in a…

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The Keys to the Depot

An old Kimball piano is nestled among the tables and chairs in The Depot at San Francisco State University. Surrounded by…

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Seeing Hope Through the Smoke

The air smells like a mix of chemicals and about a thousand bonfires. It feels as if there’s a cloud of…

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