Stable Cafe’s cafe manager, Francisco Garcia, shows how high the water level was during last year’s Pineapple Express Storm. Photo by Katie Lewellyn By Carlos Mendoza Francisco Garcia couldn’t sleep. All Continue Reading
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SFSU will hold their graduation ceremony at AT&T Park for 2015. Photo by Tami Benedict/Xpress Magazine This morning, SF State announced that they will be holding the 114th graduation commencement Continue Reading
Written by Farnoush Amiri & Olympia Zampathas More than sixteen thousand undergraduate women are involved in sorority hazing annually, but when asked, it is obvious that there is more percolating Continue Reading
Last week, I was telling a friend of mine in the Philippines (where I went to high school) that with the amount of rain we were getting last week in Continue Reading
First generation student Shadan pays a small fee for her university education in hopes of becoming a family counselor. Shadan and her twin sister had always dreamed of moving to Continue Reading
Contributed to by Tami Benedict Step 1: Realize that you have not bought the books for the finals. Step 2: Frantically scour the internet for PDFs of the aforementioned books. Continue Reading
Now that Thanksgiving is over, the leftovers are running out, and we are returning to our normal routines of school, work, and (if you are like me) a very small Continue Reading
The next time you are sitting in a classroom or stuck on an overcrowded Muni vehicle, silently cursing it for threatening to make you late to class yet again, take Continue Reading
The Ethnic Studies Student Resource and Empowerment Center bustles with chatter. A handful of student interns, packed into the small office, talk and laugh amongst themselves. One of the interns Continue Reading