The new sharing economy that took rise in the mid 2000’s has introduced people to the concept of gaining goods, housing, and services through exchange instead of spending money.
The last thing someone needs the day before the big test is to wake up sick.
With all these trending words on the loose, what do SF State students think of them? Watch this video to find out.
A new campaign urges customers to ponder the lengths another human being goes through to help make the shirt on the buyer’s back.
Chapter 510 has volunteered a total of 1,000 hours with MetWest’s freshman class in the East Bay.
Listen to what SF State students have to say about their experiences on dating apps.
Beginning March 1st, Seniors and Disabled people have a whole new way to get around for free.
Culture contains the seed of resistance. Latin music floated down the street, artists painted on wooden fences, and over one hundred people stopped to admire the vivid, aged, and descriptive Continue Reading
Max Slavkin, twenty-seven and an LA native, is the co-founder of the small startup Creative Action Network. The startup is a website that runs a crowdsourced campaign and sells prints, Continue Reading
The porn industry, child beauty pageants, and the media were once again the painted culprits of twisting the younger generation’s view and approach to sex in the premiere of Darryl Continue Reading
Disapproval of the new bus route was made clear by community members at the Muni Forward 28/28L19th Ave Rapid Project open house, at Mercy High School on Thursday, November 6th. Continue Reading