Contrary to popular belief, dyslexia is not a disability that affects people only in their youth. Dyslexia, a cognitive disability, remains with people all their lives. The brain ages and Continue Reading
In October, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was inducted into the highest legal body in the country. But at SF State, the message is quite different: “Fuck Brett Kavanaugh.”
Video games as forms of entertainment are believed to be tailored more toward white males.
The studio version of Taylor Swift’s “End Game” credits three vocalists, but this particular performance was accompanied by a backing track of the dull humming from a half dozen industrial Continue Reading
It is a typical Monday afternoon at the J. Paul Leonard Library at San Francisco State University. Busy—the kind of busy where booming conversations blend together until no actual sentences Continue Reading
A gray fly with bulging eyes buzzes closer. It flits around before settling onto a metal grid for a brief moment. A sizzling sound grows, before crackling loudly, as the Continue Reading
More than a decade after it was first formed, an advocacy group for queer people of color is making its return to San Francisco State University.
Story by Julian Espinoza and David Rodriguez. Photos by David Rodriguez. As a child, Eugene Riley, now twenty-five, frequently visited San Francisco State University. His mother studied there and he Continue Reading
Those who can, do. Those who cannot, take a class.
Once a week, a rabble of dungeon delvers, explorers, and those just looking to test their mettle gather for their weekly adventure. They descend upon a shop in San Francisco’s Continue Reading
Tara Jean Robinson has been heavily affected by suicide. She has lost multiple friends and family members and herself attempted to take her own life. Today, Tara has found purpose Continue Reading