08 Nov 2016

First-time voters wade through the 2016 election

In this historic election, first time voters will help decide whether California will legalize recreational marijuana and repeal the death penalty and whether our next president will be the first

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08 Nov 2016

Students gather for campus watch party

[slideshow_deploy id=’74256′] SF State’s Political Science Department is currently hosting a presidential election watch party in Mckenna Theatre. The event includes commentary from four of the department’s professors and live

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08 Nov 2016

Election exhaustion sets in for students

[media-credit name=”Jessylyn Los Banos” align=”alignnone” width=”696″][/media-credit] Nervousness, indifference and distrust are just some of the feelings that SF State students have cited as effects of election exhaustion in the final

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08 Nov 2016

Social Justice event shows students’ mixed feelings on election

On the first Wednesday of the month, artists used their work to discuss injustice, U.S government and society as a whole at “Social Justice in My Life” in The Depot.

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08 Nov 2016

Runway show promotes intersectional feminism

Cheers erupted throughout Jack Adams Hall Friday night as women of all shapes, ethnicities and gender identities walked confidently down a runway to promote who they are and what being

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