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Undocumented – Fear and Mystery Plague the First Weeks of New Trump Era

It’s an uncertain time for many San Francisco State University students, who have a new president that is aggressively working towards…

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Too Much On Your Plate, Or Not Enough?- Food Insecurity at SF State

All-night parties, beer pong, and school work with no end: That’s what many people imagine when thinking about student life. But…

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Who’s Driving You?- SF State Bus Driver Connects With Students in a Disconnected Environment

For John Barry, his job description goes beyond being a bus driver for San Francisco State University. Instead of shutting the…

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Follow Request Accepted — Fashion Enterprisers Market Themselves Using Social Media

Photographer David Ho (left) talks with make-up artists Sarah Espinoza (right) while stylist Allison Caragena (center) looks at her phone…

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A Table for Two (or More) — How Eating Together Unifies Our Community

San Francisco is a city that is socially and economically diverse. To an outsider, this intersection of classes may seem…

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Growing and Knowing — Part 3

The garden is our happy place. Now that your plants have been successfully transplanted and you’ve dealt with the mourning associated…

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Rare Frequency — Blackness in TV

It’s no secret that Hollywood and entertainment media have a diversity problem. Since its earliest days, Hollywood as an industry has…

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To Catch and To Gather — Filipino Communal Dinners Pop Up Across the Nation

The idea to do a cross-country, fifty state tour in fifty-two weeks all started three years ago in the dead…

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Seeking Human Touch — A Look into the Business of Professional Cuddling

In one corner of the room sits a couch that’s big enough for two, but if more space is desired…

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Hold Back The Tears — How Masculinity Keeps Men from Seeking Psychological Help

Thirty-year-old Jose Valenzuela runs his fingers through his scruffy beard as his eyes pierce through teardrop prescription glasses and out the…

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The Line Between Free and Hate Speech

Yen Avery, a San Francisco native, poses for a self-portrait that she hopes will portray a positive image of Palestinian culture….

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But Where Are The Women? — Representation of Queer and Trans Women in the Bay Area

Sitting on the back patio of Toad Hall, a gay bar in the Castro District, Jillian Salazar ignores the crowd…

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