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Letter From the Editor

When I first started my journalism journey back in 2012, many wondered what the hell I was going to be doing…

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Dreaming, Still.

“This is why I think this is bullshit,” 19-year-old Vanessa R. Cuevas exclaims. “How can they threaten to deport people when…

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New Students: The Struggle to Acclimate to SF State

After a cold San Francisco summer, San Francisco State is brought back to life at the end of August. Another semester…

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Not Your N***a

Featured Illustration by: Kevin Catalan   Hip hop; it’s more than just a genre of music, it’s a culture, it’s a way…

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In Their Shoes: Challenging Gender Norms Through Androgynous Apparel

Once upon a time there was a world where any gender could walk into a clothing store and not have to…

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Tinder – The Social Currency for International Students

We live in a time where most services are just a click away, and love is no exception. Well, that depends…

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Kava: A Legal Drug Taking San Francisco by Storm

Featured Image by: Laila Rashada Kava is a legal drug currently gaining popularity in San Francisco due to its sedative and…

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Hollywood Down: Years of Box Office Bombs Tax the Film Industry

I remember that evening my dad woke me up to take me to the movies. I was eight-years-old and it was…

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Free At Last: Gator Pass Grants SF State Students Free and Discounted access to Public Transit

Everyday, thousands of students from across the Bay Area commute to San Francisco State University. For a university that is consistently…

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Not My President

There is no question that politics and ideas concerning our new president have been the main topic of conversation of…

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The Summer of Love: How San Francisco is Recognizing the Iconic Movement

Visitors peer in on colorful artifacts and psychedelic motifs, some stop to take selfies in a light show room where multi-colored…

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What In Tarnation: The Makings of a Play

In a large, nearly empty room, with dark aging wood covering the floors and walls, Jeff Bedillion sits with his two…

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