11 Dec 2018

Aids victims remembered on World Aids Day 2018

George Kelly hosts project Inscribe for the fourth year in a row on Dec. 1, World Aids Day, and names cover the sidewalks of the Castro in rainbow chalk. The

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06 Dec 2018

Gator tv podcast – EP. 1

Gator TV podcast dives deep into Netflix’s hit show The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. The show is a darker and more thrilling reboot of Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Sabrina Spellman

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05 Dec 2018

Xpress commuter podcast – EP. 3

The cost of living in the Bay Area isn’t the only thing that’s getting worse. According to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s 2017 traffic congestion report, drivers are sitting in bumper-to-bumper

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05 Dec 2018

Unapologetically Me Podcast – EP. 2

On this episode of Unapologetically Me, I talk about anxiety. As someone who suffers severely from anxiety– it is important that something like this is talked about. Talking about your

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01 Dec 2018

Active shootings in the U.S.

The horrific phenomenon of mass shootings continued this year, as gunmen at Stoneman Douglas High School, Thousand Oaks and the Pittsburgh synagogue claimed dozens of innocent lives. The FBI compiled

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29 Nov 2018

SF State breaks ground on $81M Liberal and Creative Arts construction project

San Francisco State University administrators celebrated the groundbreaking of a new $81 million Liberal and Creative Arts building to replace the old Broadcast Electronic and Creative Arts building during an

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29 Nov 2018

Indigenous people gather for sunrise

This year marked the 49th annual Indigenous Peoples’ Sunrise Gathering on Alcatraz Island. The yearly tradition represents Native Americans’ resistance to the celebration of Thanksgiving, a holiday that represents the

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28 Nov 2018

Alumnus, award winning comic book artist opens up shop

San Francisco State has a comic studies program. It is taught by Eisner award winning Nick Sousanis. Before there was a comic studies program SF State alumnus found their way

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25 Nov 2018

Super commuting ‘sacrifice’ takes toll on SF State students

On an average school day, SF State student Lianna Reich, 25, will leave her home in Healdsburg, California around 7:15 a.m. to embark on her commute. She will take a

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17 Nov 2018

College Cooking Podcast (Ep. 2)

On this episode, I’ll be talking about Thanksgiving recipes. The holidays are such a fun time to spend with family and friends, and of course cook! Thanksgiving is one of

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15 Nov 2018

College Cooking Podcast (Ep. 1)

College Cooking is all about cooking for college students. Cooking can be a challenge for anyone, especially if you have a busy schedule or no experience. I am by no

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14 Nov 2018

Town Business Podcast (Ep. 2)

Expectations were high going into the 2018 season of the Oakland Raiders. On this episode of Town Business, Brandon Tanguma discusses the abysmal season of the Raiders thus far. After

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14 Nov 2018

Unapologetically Me Podcast Ep.1

Welcome to Unapologetically Me. A podcast where I, Marissa, talk about the issues, topics and concerns that make me who I am. With topics such as mental health, plastic surgery

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10 Nov 2018

The Red Light Girl (Ep.2)

EPISODE 2: The misconceptions of Feminism The Red-Light Girl is an open space for people to express their thoughts about controversial topics without judgment. This podcast is dedicated to untangling

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08 Nov 2018

Walk out relives Third World Liberation Front strike of ’68

Students walked out of classes this afternoon and occupied the Administration Building to post a list of demands outside President Leslie Wong’s in remembrance of the 1968 student strike at

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06 Nov 2018

Local candidates await voting returns

Local candidates running for office in San Francisco and Oakland turn out to vote at their respective polling places on Election Day, Nov. 6, 2018. Xpress photographers also captured voting

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05 Nov 2018

Students Voices: Voting in the Midterm Elections

SF State students share their views on voting and what/who they are planning to vote for in the 2018 Midterm Elections on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

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05 Nov 2018

J & A — From August to May (Ep.2)

On August 23, Taylor Swift encouraged her 112 million Instagram followers to vote, causing a spike in registrations. This Episode of J & A discusses celebrities’ impact on elections and

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31 Oct 2018

Costumes galore on All Hallows’ Eve

Every year on Oct. 31 students around SF State campus dress up to show their festive spirit to celebrate and acknowledge Halloween. The possibilities are endless when it comes to

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26 Oct 2018

Sole thoughts podcast Ep:1

Sneakers are a popular fashion statement for many, but with new pairs releasing every month and the cost increasing every year, it can be difficult for students to afford new

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25 Oct 2018

Xpress Lab podcast Ep:1

EPISODE 1: LITHIUM ION BATTERY Rechargeable batteries are so deeply intertwined into our lives, but they mainly sit silently inside our devices hidden away from view. Much like the mitochondria,

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25 Oct 2018

Town Business Podcast Ep:1

EPISODE 1: OAKLAND A’S SEASON Brandon Tanguma goes over the surprising 2018 season of the Oakland Athletics. He reviews all the key players including the Gold Glove contending Matt Chapman

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18 Oct 2018

A look into SFSU: Medina Family Farms

Jaime Medina’s family farm brings their berries from their farm in Watsonville to SFSU’s campus every Thursday. The berries 81-mile journey begins at 4 a.m., and arrive fresh in time

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18 Oct 2018

El Podcast Ep.4

  On the fourth episode of El Podcast, we discuss millennial loteria, a fun new twist on the classic game of loteria. We also discuss the state of journalist living

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18 Oct 2018

Commuter podcast Ep.1

One of the most prevalent aspects about working or going to school in San Francisco is that not all of us are able to actually live here. For many of

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10 Oct 2018

Movements behind Ford allegations

The movement #Metoo, took the internet by storm with victims of sexual assault taking a stand against their perpetrators and standing in solidarity together. The movement started by Tarana Burke

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08 Oct 2018

Students react to President Wong retirement announcement

SF State President Leslie Wong announced on Monday, October 1, that he will be stepping down from his position as university president after the 2018-2019 school year. Shortly after his

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05 Oct 2018

The Red Light Girl Ep.1

The Red Light Girl is an open space for people to express their thoughts about controversial topics without judgment. This podcast is dedicated to untangling all the hidden truths behind

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05 Oct 2018

The power of companionship

The Power Of Companionship focuses on two couples and a pair of friends talking about the positive aspects of their relationships with each other. The piece is about the way

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04 Oct 2018

SF State students respond to Kavanaugh testimony

After Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony of her alleged sexual abuse from Brett Kavanaugh in a hearing on Sept. 27, SFSU students react to the Senate Judiciary Committee’s decision to

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02 Oct 2018

San Francisco’s Folsom Street Fair reinforces consent

Under the fierce sun of the last Sunday of September, skin-tight black latex, leather bondage and stark nudity dominated Folsom Street in the SOMA district of San Francisco, with the

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18 Sep 2018

J & A — From August to May Podcast (Ep. 1)

On Sept. 7, TMZ was the first to report that Mac Miller had passed away from an apparent overdose and a week later fans continue to grieve the death of

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14 Sep 2018

Climate activism promotes restorative message

Days before the Global Climate Action Summit was held in San Francisco, Rise for Climate Jobs and Justice organized an environmental march in the downtown area on Saturday, Sept. 8th,

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13 Sep 2018

Pride celebration livens Oakland, highlights marginal community

The Oakland Pride Parade and Festival extols positivity, love, and the acceptance of one another within the LGBTQ community annually, with this year taking place in downtown Oakland, Calif. The

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12 Sep 2018

Gators represent at Red Bull Bay Climb

Handlebar mustaches, cyclists’ caps, Red Bulls and spectators lined the De Haro Street sidewalks, cheering on cyclists as they rode past during the 2018 Red Bull Bay Climb on Saturday, Sept.

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