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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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Freedom of Film

The night begins with music. On the screen, a man playing guitar transitions into a kaleidoscopic avalanche of political commentary….

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The Myths of the Pit

A wide jaw, stocky build, and short thick hair in an array of colors. The defining features of a pit bull…

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Letter from the Copy Editor: Cheers to the End

As the year comes to a close, it’s the perfect time for a little reflection. As all but those who were…

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Students Teaching Students: Experimental College at SF State

The halls of San Francisco State University’s Humanities building boast a vibrant, multicolored bulletin nested next to Room 302—a relic of…

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Get Crafty

To some, sewing may be something that you picked up as a child. For many others, it can become a tricky…

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Internet without Net Neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on whether to essentially repeal Net Neutrality on December 14, which, if repealed, would…

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Taking it to the Streets, Part 2

San Francisco is known as a picture perfect city, with its cool neighborhoods, historic streets, bright colored bridge, and tourist spots…

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Taking it to the Streets

Many San Francisco locals know Haight Street as two things: a tourist trap and a hub for the homeless population, but…

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Plus Size

“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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