Golden Gate Xpress examines edible regulations from the adult use cannabis market and what that means for medical patients seeking potent products. Alternatively, a cannabis extract oil from Express Extracts is also featured as a possible substitute for medical users seeking products with high amounts of
(Editor Note: In the print version of this article, The Golden Gate Xpress misstated the legal status of Ariana Hatami's alleged killer. We originally stated that Hatami was killed by a former co-worker. The accused killer has not been convicted and has issued a not-guilty
With graduation upcoming, and successful education strikes across the country garnering varying success, a look at an influential student strike through the eyes of an integral member can give the current labor union movement some perspective and positivity.
Dr. Ramona Tascoe, this year’s SF State
San Francisco auto burglaries, whether it’s on a busy street, in front of a house, in a garage or around a college campus.
Last year, the City had a record number of car break-ins and now law enforcement is upping their security in garages around
Less and half of millennials vote in compared to baby boomers and older people, but millennials are such a large group that their voices are as important, if not more important than older people.
Local elections seem to get pushed aside in their importance compared to
Homelessness has always been an issue in San Francisco and other big cities but it has become even more prevalent in SF in the last couple years due to gentrification and rising rental cost.
The tech and major companies that have moved into the area
Residents of Park Merced crowded around a black Nissan Murano that was heavily vandalized and marked with racial epithets. All but one window was smashed, all four tires of the car were slashed, the car stereo was stolen and derogatory terms were keyed into the hood.
Gabriela Sanchez was a SF State student expected to graduate this spring with a bachelor’s degree in broadcasting and electronic communications arts.
On July 18, 2017, Sanchez died early in the morning when a semi-truck collided with her car while she was driving to her
SF State students have had the privilege to use the first-rate facilities available at Mashouf Wellness center since it opened in the Fall 2017 semester. With a rock-climbing wall, pool and jacuzzi, multiple exercise rooms, basketball courts and an indoor olympic track, there is something
The Bay Area, especially San Francisco, is getting more and more expensive. Many residents are fleeing from the high expenses to other parts of California and other states.
The value of a bachelor’s degree is decreasing with each passing decade and won’t always guarantee a job
Vaping has become an epidemic among high school students according to Tobacco Free CA but is it may also an epidemic among college students.
Last year, SF tried to ban flavored tobacco including many vaping oils, but a tobacco industry campaign has but that ban on
Below the Cesar Chavez Center, next to the gaming center, sits Crave — a new sandwich shop where Ike’s Place used to be, which had previously closed over two months ago.
The change has gone mostly unnoticed, even with the popularity on campus — or at least that is what many students on campus
A leadership panel on homelessness tackled barriers and solutions to student homelessness in the wake of recent tent encampment sweeps on the streets of San Francisco.
Justin Wellins of the San Francisco Department of Public Health’s Homeless Outreach Team explained that San Francisco has the highest number of laws
Students coming and going from the Mashouf Wellness Center can now stop by the newest eatery to hit campus.
Clean Bites officially opened up shop on April 5 and has been serving healthy meals to SF State students ever since. Branded as a juice bar but
For the first time in SF State’s track and field program history they won the conference championship.
The Gators had 11 first-place finishers over the weekend, coming from the 8th-ranked position to do so. With time spent during the season as the top-ranked team in the
Mashouf Wellness Center experienced 10 petty thefts, which accounted for at least 60 percent of the total petty theft incidents on campus in the past 60 days.
According to the University Police Department crime log, petty theft is currently the most frequent crime committed on campus
Driving in San Francisco can have serious consequences for cars, especially when driving over potholes.
“I don’t notice them until I run over them when it’s too late, then I get upset. I live in Pacifica so it’s a big difference from where I live compared
Ancient triple nesting sarcophagi stole the spotlight at SF State’s Global Museum’s inaugural opening on April 26.
The new museum featured four different sections: collections from the Americas, Oceana, Africa, and ancient Egypt. In choosing the art pieces for the inaugural opening, Director of the Global
On the 26th of April, over 20 restaurants and breweries gathered at the Metreon in downtown SF in a display of originality, ultimate craftsmanship and community at the annual SF State fundraiser, Taste of the Bay.
Each year, the event gives students and food fanatics
Attempts to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) by the Trump Administration have been halted once again by U.S. District Court Judge John D. Bates of the District of Columbia.
This past Tuesday, the district court found the rescission of DACA unlawful under the Administrative
Senator Scott Wiener has introduced a contested bill that if passed will overrule local zoning controls on height, density and design standards on housing complexes near transit-rich urban areas.
SB-827 will ensure that any new housing construction within half a mile of a train station or
In today’s digital age, this generation has become attached to the smartphone as though it’s an extra limb on our bodies. Recently, two SF State professors have published a study suggesting that the overuse of smartphones may result in digital addiction that can lead to
Education, experience, timing, luck and who you know are key ingredients to how a student can succeed when looking for a job or internship.
Although professors and services on campus may be able to help students prepare through education, services offered to students on campus
Recent USF Finance graduate Emily Burton is staying ahead of her student debt — but it isn’t through any methods she learned in her major.
In fact, she would have had better luck picking up information on her route to a biology classroom. Egg donation isn’t
The Health Promotion and Wellness unit and SF Aids Foundation united together to provide free HIV and STI screenings to LGBTQ+ students at SF State.
Jose Francisco, a health education and public health major and intern with the Health Promotion and Wellness unit, is responsible for
Thousands of people gathered for the annual 4/20 festivities in Golden Gate Park, the first since the legalization of recreational cannabis. From cannabis infused brownies to lemonade, attendees had their pick of product but not necessarily the product they would have chosen.
Recreational sales for
The California State University system will not increase tuition for the 2018-2019 academic year, according to a press release by Chancellor Timothy P. White.
This decision is a result of the continuing efforts from all 23 CSU campuses for better funding from the state. However, Chancellor
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Sago is a semi-sweet dessert that can be eaten cold or warmed up, making it a perfect selection for any weather. Throughout San Francisco, small Asian cafes harbor the delicious yet relatively unknown dessert.
According to a study done by the Department of Biosource Production Science
Senate Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi hosted a press conference on April 15 at the San Francisco Labor Council to highlight the impact President Trump’s tax plan has had on California’s working families — a day before the federal tax deadline.
According to an analysis by the Tax
Students are welcome to be a part of and learn from professionals from the Film, Music, Performing Arts, Broadcasting & Immersive & Social Media industry this Wednesday April 18 at 10 a.m at the Jack Adams Hall.
The discussion panel will consist of SFSU alumni, Jannette
SF State lecturer Joanne Derbort, former assigning editor at The Press Democrat, along with the paper’s staff won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in the Breaking News category for their coverage of the Santa Rosa and Sonoma County fires last October.
“I’ve always described this newsroom
Blue and yellow lights lit SF State’s Annex venue. Anticipated fans cheered in the crowd as T-Pain jumped on stage for the 8th Annual Music Festival hosted by Associated Students Inc. on Saturday night.
The festival started with a DJ outside the Annex and a canopy
Seniors who frequently visit Mashouf Wellness Center can reap one more added benefit after graduation this spring: investor credit.
Those who work out regularly in the newly opened gym have different memberships available to them, aside from current enrollment and using the facilities for free. One
SF State University Police hosted an interactive seminar last week to build awareness within SF State faculty and staff about active shooters.
Lieutenant Wailun Shiu opened up the seminar by asking crowd members what they valued in their lives and asked them to keep that on their
Sudents from a variety of environmentally-conscious groups on campus held their first Sustainability Assembly meeting on April 5 to discuss their concerns about environmental issues impacting student life on campus.
The meeting, led by HSS Rep. Haile Fenske, focused on setting goals for the future of