The student-run magazine of San Francisco State University

Xpress Magazine

The student-run magazine of San Francisco State University

Xpress Magazine

The student-run magazine of San Francisco State University

Xpress Magazine

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Nina Marie Larson (they/them) plays the guitar near the McLaren Park Redwood Grove Playground. Larson has played the guitar on and off for about 11 years and plans to form a band in the coming year. (Jun Ueda / Xpress Magazine)

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Nina Marie Larson (they/them) plays the guitar near the McLaren Park Redwood Grove Playground. Larson has played the guitar on and off for about 11 years and plans to form a band in the coming year. (Jun...

Nina Marie Larson holds various eight-sided dies (also known as “D8”) used primarily for Dungeons and Dragons, a popular tablet op role-playing game. Larson partakes in many game nights with their friends and expresses the importance of building a bond with others through these games. (Jun Ueda / Xpress Magazine)

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Nina Marie Larson holds various eight-sided dies (also known as “D8”) used primarily for Dungeons and Dragons, a popular tablet op role-playing game. Larson partakes in many game nights with their...

Nina Marie Larson holds various eight-sided dies (also known as “D8”) used primarily for Dungeons and Dragons, a popular tablet op role-playing game. Larson partakes in many game nights with their friends and expresses the importance of building a bond with others through these games. (Jun Ueda / Xpress Magazine)

[Photo] Who are you?

May 14, 2021

Nina Marie Larson holds various eight-sided dies (also known as “D8”) used primarily for Dungeons and Dragons, a popular tablet op role-playing game. Larson partakes in many game nights with their...

Nina Marie Larson (they/them) plays the guitar near the McLaren Park Redwood Grove Playground. Larson has played the guitar on and off for about 11 years and plans to form a band in the coming year. (Jun Ueda / Xpress Magazine)

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Nina Marie Larson (they/them) plays the guitar near the McLaren Park Redwood Grove Playground. Larson has played the guitar on and off for about 11 years and plans to form a band in the coming year. (Jun...

Joyce Yin (she/they) likes to express themselves through fashion and make-up. (Jun Ueda / Xpress Magazine)

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Joyce Yin (she/they) likes to express themselves through fashion and make-up. (Jun Ueda / Xpress Magazine)

Weather isn’t just sunshine and rainbows

[Video] Weather isn’t just sunshine and rainbows

April 5, 2021

The sky turns red. A mild climate freezes. A state goes dry. We may be helpless in the face of extreme weather, but we can do things to affect the climate that creates it. Over the last year, California...

Eight places to visit in Northern California

Eight places to visit in Northern California

March 19, 2021

Monterey: Each year, millions of visitors from around the world visit California beaches to surf, kayak, fish, dive, or just enjoy the scenery. According to Sinauer, California borders the Pacific...

Carlos (Solrac) and Beto Concha (Oteb) mess around on a keyboard and turntable in an indoor set up on Nov. 5, 2020. DJs Oteb and Solrac have gained attention overseas with their song Amante, which was produced along with Bay Area producer Clayton William and Trinidad artist Braveboy. (Jun Ueda / Xpress Magazine)

Bay Area twin DJs release their most streamed song amid pandemic

November 21, 2020

Bay Area DJ duo OtebNSolrac, consisting of twin brothers Beto "Oteb'' and Carlos "Solrac'' Concha, felt the loss when the statewide shelter-in-place first happened in March. With clubs shut down around...

Diego Gomez stands in front of their mural holding a prop head of President Trump at Walgreens Pharmacy on 18th Street in San Francisco on Oct. 13, 2020. (Jun Ueda / Xpress Magazine)

Street artists unite the city during the pandemic

October 25, 2020

Art. It is all around us and there are many different ways of expressing it — whether it be visual or performance art. It is important to utilize creative muscles to create an escape as a form of therapy,...

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