A three-story building fills up as tens of thousands of guests–some in plain clothes, some in elaborate, funny, homemade, or store-bought costumes–go to panels, meet and greet creators of their Continue Reading
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At seventeen years old, Mar Pierce was nervous. She had just realized that she was bisexual and, although nervous, built up the courage to come out to her mom. Pierce’s Continue Reading
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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.”
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.
In the face of tuition fees and a higher price of living, students find ways to deal with their food security issues.