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Life outside of Campus

Life outside of Campus

Ingrid Mera

November 4, 2018

No one understands the meaning of a night out better than college students. When high school comes to an end for students across California, some consider their choice of campus to attend by its party scene. Read More »...

Is Eating Healthy on a Budget Possible?

Is Eating Healthy on a Budget Possible?

Nikko Avellana

November 1, 2018

In the face of tuition fees and a higher price of living, students find ways to deal with their food security issues. Read More »...

Tackling Masculinity with Self-Care

Tackling Masculinity with Self-Care

Greg Ragaza

October 24, 2018

In the past few years, the idea of self-care has garnered quite a bit of buzz across social media. From thousands of videos on YouTube that show people’s self-care routines to a popular hashtag that gains constant traffic daily—self-care is a positive trend that helps promote the betterment of someo...

Radical Education: Experimental Education at SFSU

Radical Education: Experimental Education at SFSU

Darian Costa

July 31, 2018

“The very fact that you have chosen to teach your own class is political—it’s radical—and it’s an idea that can spread like wildfire,” Kathy Emery, 63, says to a room of some twenty students. The students are of all ages. They are listening attentively to Emery’s words, which seem to command th...

Students Teaching Students: Experimental College at SF State

Students Teaching Students: Experimental College at SF State

Darian Costa

January 2, 2018

The halls of San Francisco State University’s Humanities building boast a vibrant, multicolored bulletin nested next to Room 302—a relic of the university’s rich history. The psychedelic tones of muted blues, pinks, and yellows call back to a different time; a time of social upheaval, free though...

Dream On.

Dream On.

Samuel Favela

October 9, 2017

Whether it’s reading our article about using the N-word, listening to our End-Of-The-World podcast, or reporting fashion trends on campus, and learning workout routines on Instagram; we want you to know that we’re hustling for you, our multifaceted readers. Enjoy what we have to offer this semester. ...

Dreaming, Still.

Dreaming, Still.

Destiny Arroyo

October 4, 2017

“This is why I think this is bullshit,” 19-year-old Vanessa R. Cuevas exclaims. “How can they threaten to deport people when this is the only country we’ve ever known?” After President Trump’s recent order on September 5, 2017 to end DACA within six months, hundreds of thousands of DREAMe...

New Students: The Struggle to Acclimate to SF State

New Students: The Struggle to Acclimate to SF State

Kiana Fillius

October 3, 2017

After a cold San Francisco summer, San Francisco State is brought back to life at the end of August. Another semester begins as the campus welcomes a new set of faces. As many students rush from one building to another, using their wonted shortcuts to get to their common classrooms, some find themselve...

Free At Last: Gator Pass Grants SF State Students Free and Discounted access to Public Transit

Free At Last: Gator Pass Grants SF State Students Free and Discounted access to Public Transit

Nicole Green

September 29, 2017

Everyday, thousands of students from across the Bay Area commute to San Francisco State University. For a university that is consistently known for its commuters, you’d think the school’s administration would strike a deal with San Francisco’s public transit. Fear not, they finally have!  ...

Not My President

Not My President

Jeianne Cherish

June 3, 2017

  There is no question that politics and ideas concerning our new president have been the main topic of conversation of millions of Americans. You hear the opinions of people in your classes, overhear it during your commute to school or work, on social media, and even during award shows. Th...

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