21 Oct 2014

Bay Guardian’s closure sparks new era in local journalism

Since the San Francisco Bay Guardian closed last week, columnists have been hypothesizing about the cause. Was it a bad business model or the paper’s dwindling progressive audience? Whether the

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Juan Santamaria, a senior Latin studies major, cheers for the Giants during the bottom of the ninth inning during Game 1 of the World Series with the SF Giants against the Kansas City Royals at the Pub at SF State Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014.
21 Oct 2014

Campus pub floods with cheers as Giants win World Series Game 1

Classes at SF State weren’t cancelled Tuesday night, but they probably thinned out a little bit as Giants fans poured into The Pub on campus to watch the Giants take

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21 Oct 2014

Stop using feminism for your personal benefit

Feminism is for everyone, but both women and men continue to misconstrue the true meaning of feminism and what it really stands for. A Nigerian writer once defined a feminist

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Author Don Waters signs a copy of his book for creative writing major Jessica Gonzalez, senior, after a lecture in the Humanities Auditorium Monday, Oct. 20, 2014. Martin Bustamante/Xpress.
21 Oct 2014

Creative writing alumnus turned author shares excerpts from new book with students

Vivid depictions of the sprawling emptiness of the Southwest, drug smuggling and the importance of multi-generational friendships are what readers can expect from Don Waters’ new book “Sunland.” Waters, a

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