In: politics

Should we put Woke to sleep?

The past tense of awake is woke, obviously. “I woke up,” is what someone could utter any given morning. The word…

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The Politics of Gender Package

By Xpress Magazine Staff The Right To Privacy A new debate is occurring which revolves around privacy and self-expression. What is Gender…

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Election 2015: Get Informed

Photo provided by creative commons   By Xpress Magazine Staff 1-2-3 To Replace Ed Lee A unique coalition of candidates is…

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1-2-3 to Replace Ed Lee

Amy Farah Weiss (left), Stuart Schuffman (middle), Francisco Herrera (right) take a moment out of their campaigning at SF State to…

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District 3

Wilma Peng, candidate for District 3 Supervisor, encompassing San Francisco’s Chinatown and North Beach neighborhoods, poses for a portrait in Chinatown….

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Proposition A

By Ashley Goldsmith Up first on the Nov. 3 ballot is a proposition aimed at addressing increasing rental prices caused…

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Proposition E

By Colin Blake Come Nov. 3 San Francisco voters will have the option to approve Proposition E, which aims to bring…

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Proposition F

By Jenna Van De Ryt  Pissing off the public could in fact be one form of campaigning that is strategically working…

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New Clear Power

Solar panels sit atop Sunset Reservoir overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge and George Washington High School. The instillation is the largest…

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Proposition I

By Jordan Lalata Sponsored by a coalition of neighborhood organizations such as the Coalition of San Francisco Neighborhoods, with funding from…

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Proposition K

By Marc Arguello Proposition K would authorize the city to use public lands specifically for low income housing. The proposition would…

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Proposition H

By Naomi Outlaw  Proposition H will define that the city can call clean energy, green energy and renewable greenhouse gas-free energy…

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