Packed bars and VIP table service at bougie nightclubs consume urban nightlife nowadays. If any young person in San Francisco is asked what their Thirsty Thursday night plans consist of, the answer is more than likely hanging out in a bar, feeling sardine-like as they
This is not exactly a review on the The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie. So here I’m will compare characters on film to the one in the comics. So if you have yet to see the movie, do not read! Image heavy. Except spoilers ahead. Don't
The Holistic Health Network and Sustainability Office came together to host Create to Relate, one of the many events that took place Tuesday, April 22 in celebration of Earth Day. Hula hoops, art supplies and canvases were provided to anyone and everyone who was interested
Their fondness for pot was all the 4/20 revelers perched atop Hippie Hill shared with those at the other side of Golden Gate Park on Sunday, where men dressed as nuns and Jesus attended the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence’s 35th annual Easter celebration.
Dating via the web is probably one of the shallowest forms of “human interaction” we can partake in. There is really no way of truly knowing what we are getting ourselves into which is high-key extremely terrifying and nerve-racking. But we always take that chance
Apple's iPhone is chock-full of useful features, but there might be some you don't need that may be eating away at your battery life. Here are some little-known features and tips that can help make your device last longer.
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1) Turn Off
Congratulations, you’ve reached your one millionth post about Heartbleed. Or maybe this is the first one you’re finally reading. Either way, if you’re looking for a quick breakdown of what Heartbleed is, what to do and how it affects SF State students, you’ve come to
Hello my future rulers of the world, and Happy Monday.
My name is Andrew Cullen. I am the editor-in-chief over at Xpress. Today, I bring you what is to be the first of many articles of “News You Should Know,” a weekly news round-up for college
I’m going to assume you know about the crisis in Ukraine, but I’m going to assume you don’t really know what is going on. Let's face it, no one really does. In an attempt to better understand this whole debacle myself, here is the short version
I initially joined the online dating community in hopes of meeting new people around the city — people other than my peers at SF State. As the majority of you know, it can be tedious to actually make new friends, get into the dating scene
1. Toward vs. Towards
AP Stylebook says: "Toward" Not towards.
Jordan says: I’m going to start this a little harsh. As much as some people love the word “towards,” it is sadly not a word, at least not in the English language. Making copy editors cry is not your
In less than 10 seconds with only the first two letters on the board — N and E — Emilbert deLeon was able to guess the three-worded "thing" and became $45,000 richer in "Wheel of Fortune" March 19.
In total, this Daly City resident and SF State
[dropcap style="box"]A[/dropcap]s I first put on the green mascot on, it hit me: I would be in front of a crowd, dancing my ass off, running around in costume and being silly.
I got a little nervous. It’s just not something everyone does in his or
Your favorite editors followed the Oscars last night on Twitter, and the only guesses we had right we Frozen and vegans making great transvestites. Here's the best and the brightest below from our live-tweeting fest.
Are you watching The Oscars this lovely Sunday afternoon? Would you if you happened to have cable, or if you didn't have work? Do you hate The Oscars but secretly want to be up to date?
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