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The student-run magazine of San Francisco State University

Xpress Magazine

The student-run magazine of San Francisco State University

Xpress Magazine

Gina Castro

Gina Castro, Staff Photographer

Gina Castro (she/her) is a staff photographer for Golden Gate Xpress. She is a Mexican-American photojournalism major and Africana studies minor. She was born in San Francisco and still resides in the Bay Area. Her passions are concert photography, portraiture and creative projects. She hopes to have her own studio one day. When she isn't taking pictures, Gina enjoys finding new spots to chill with her dogs Kuma and Zuko, traveling, listening to music and trying new food.

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We Were Hyphy

Gina Castro, Staff Photographer
May 21, 2023

Podcast Transcript Gina Castro: Growing up, Larry Madrigal has always been surrounded by movies. He'd remember watching movies late at night at his grandparents' house, being exposed to movies by his...

Miriam Moody, dressed as a bishop, blesses
the bikes lined up outside of the San Francisco Motorcycle Clubhouse. Moody spent two years around the club before prospecting in
2019. She had her official initiation on this day, due to the pandemic disrupting the regular club initiation during her initial prospecting
period. (Gina Castro / Xpress Magazine)

[Photo] A Ride Down Memory Lane

Nathan Hitchcock, Staff Writer
April 26, 2023

Miriam Moody, dressed as a bishop, blesses the bikes lined up outside of the San Francisco Motorcycle Clubhouse. Moody spent two years around the club before prospecting in 2019. She had her official initiation...

A Palawan bear cat, also known as the Palawan binturong, rests in its enclosure at the in Palawan, Philippines. The animal is endemic to the island of Palawan. (Gina Castro / Xpress Magazine)

[Photo] Do Animals Dream?

Eian Gil, Editor in Chief
April 19, 2023

A Palawan bear cat, also known as the Palawan binturong, rests in its enclosure at the in Palawan, Philippines. The animal is endemic to the island of Palawan. (Gina Castro / Xpress Magazine)

Angelica Mendez sits in a 1960 Chevy Impala in San Francisco in traditional Aztec attire. Mendez was one of the dancers who preformed La Bendición, a blessing to the cars to have a safe cruising season. La Bendición was the first event of the lowrider season, organized by the San Francisco Lowrider Council. (Gina Castro/Xpress Magazine)

[Photo] Bay Area Gearheads

Nathan Hitchcock, Staff Writer
March 20, 2023

Angelica Mendez sits in a 1960 Chevy Impala in San Francisco in traditional Aztec attire. Mendez was one of the dancers who preformed "La Bendición," a blessing to the cars to have a safe cruising season....

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