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Internet without Net Neutrality

Internet without Net Neutrality

Mike Massaro

December 21, 2017

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on whether to essentially repeal Net Neutrality on December 14, which, if repealed, would be the biggest attack to Americans’ right to use the internet freely. Net neutrality has been an issue in the U.S. since the internet has been used by Amer...

Taking it to the Streets

Taking it to the Streets

Mike Massaro

December 21, 2017

Many San Francisco locals know Haight Street as two things: a tourist trap and a hub for the homeless population, but Christian Calinsky is trying to change this perspective held by the public eye through his program called Taking It to the Streets. The number one goal of Taking It to the Streets is to get the ho...

The Keys to the Depot

The Keys to the Depot

Mike Massaro

November 6, 2017

An old Kimball piano is nestled among the tables and chairs in The Depot at San Francisco State University. Surrounded by students who get food from restaurants in the food court, e.g. Farm Fresh Underground, or buy drinks and/or beer at the pub, occasionally one can hear its key being played by a stude...

Kava: A Legal Drug Taking San Francisco by Storm

Kava: A Legal Drug Taking San Francisco by Storm

Mike Massaro

September 29, 2017

Featured Image by: Laila Rashada Kava is a legal drug currently gaining popularity in San Francisco due to its sedative and relaxing qualities. Whenever the words "drug" and "legal" are used in the same sentence, proverbial red flags are raised to the sky, all with the same question: "does it eve...

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