19 Sep 2018

“A Simple Favor” has some dark twists

“A Simple Favor” started off hot Friday, earning $5.92 million in the box office, according to Forbes. Blake Lively shifted from her normal type of “heroine” roles to the mysterious, sociopathic character

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17 Sep 2018

Umpires strike back: unionizing can help combat double standards

Serena Williams is a legendary tennis player. Although she did not win the United States Open Final, she’s still the most talked about tennis player today. This tennis season has

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17 Sep 2018

U.S. foreign aid withdrawal also hurts America

The United States’ goodwill around the globe might be the most important saving grace this country has against truly widespread animosity against America. The international policies this administration has adopted

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15 Sep 2018

Rom-coms make a comeback thanks to Netflix

Romantic comedies give us hope that we’ll find the one to spend the rest of our lives with and everything else will be perfect. Superheros and psychological films have pushed

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13 Sep 2018

The true price of a good bargain

When you find an inexpensive trendy top while working with a small shopping budget, or you’re just the kind of person who loves a good steal, it feels like you won

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13 Sep 2018

Colin Kaepernick, my hometown hero

Just do it. Three days prior to the start of the NFL season, Nike did just that. Nike revealed their 30th anniversary “Just Do It” campaign featuring the NFL’s most controversial

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12 Sep 2018

Troye Sivan: Bloom review

It’s been three years since Troye Sivan dropped his debut album, “Blue Neighborhood,” that told a story of a young queer boy yearning for love and somewhere to belong. It’s

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04 Sep 2018

Sonoma councilwoman fights against ‘slut-shaming’

Anonymous threats were made to Sonoma councilwoman Rachel Hundley, who was bullied into potentially dropping out of her campaign for re-election. Why, you may ask? For posting pictures of herself at the

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29 Aug 2018

Staying social on campus

College is a place that is filled with new opportunities and experiences. It is the place where you can meet new people, try new foods and create new memories. But

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29 Aug 2018

Risk vs. Reward: Two womens health care professionals offer insight to the dangers of egg harvesting

An April 25th article in the Golden Gate Xpress about donating eggs raises important issues for young women considering this option. It reminds us, too, of an email sent to

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28 Aug 2018

Letter from the Editor, Fall 2018

Fifty years ago this fall our university’s core values and principles were redefined. It took the longest held student strike in United States history to redefine these values, and it

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15 May 2018

‘Overboard’ manages to stay afloat

The 1987 Gary Marshall romantic comedy, “Overboard,” has been revamped with a new script and cast that answers the call for a more diverse, modern approach and all-around 2018 appropriate.

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14 May 2018

Cosmetics on a College Budget

Cosmetic culture has dramatically risen with the help of makeup tutorials, high definition pictures and reviews on social media. Millions of millennials are interested in what’s new and what’s next

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09 May 2018

Childish Gambino’s chilling new music video addresses gun violence

Ah, what a time to be alive. Childish Gambino just released two new singles this past Saturday and the internet went wild, as they should. Donald Glover, also known as his alter ego Childish

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09 May 2018

What the truck is going on?

We are all too familiar with the quintessential San Francisco food truck experience. You and your friends are downtown and you want something to eat but don’t have much time.

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02 May 2018

To infinity and beyond 10 years: C Lo’s Movie Reviews

It’s all come down to this. 10 years in the making, from 2008’s “Iron Man” all the way up to this February’s “Black Panther” — that’s almost half of my

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25 Apr 2018

‘I Feel Pretty’ now too

I have struggled with body confidence for as long as I can remember. Lucky for me, comedy saved me. It provided me an escape to my daily struggles. I vividly

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25 Apr 2018

J. Cole says no to drugs on “KOD”

When I found out that J. Cole was dropping his latest album, “KOD,” just four days after it was anounced, I was excited but wary. His last album, “4 Your

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25 Apr 2018

OP-ED: SB 827 can reduce California’s greenhouse emissions

Utilizing a car to get around the city has become a part of my weekly routine but lately it seems to be more inconvenient than rewarding. Constant traffic congestion on

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25 Apr 2018

Return of the troopers

It’s always fun to see old friends again, especially when you know they make you laugh. Seventeen years later, Vermont gets its finest police force back. Make no mistake. During

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25 Apr 2018

Netflix and chill, Cannes

Millennials will agree there is just something fundamentally right or comforting about streaming platforms. The idea of almost free, unlimited movies and TV shows, available on a multitude of almost

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18 Apr 2018

I won’t be able to buy a home in my beloved Bay Area

Born in San Francisco and raised in the East Bay, the Bay Area holds a very special place in my heart. My parents immigrated from Mexico to San Francisco for

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18 Apr 2018

More maintenance, less problems

Knowing how to do basic automotive maintenance is just as necessary as being able to manage homework, work and having a decent social life. Although it might require you to

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11 Apr 2018

Coachella: music over ethics

The Weeknd.  Beyoncé.  Eminem.  When these three household names were announced as this year’s headliners for the 2018 Coachella, which is taking place from Friday, April 13 to Sunday, April

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11 Apr 2018

Letter to the editor

Like all Americans, I was horrified and angry about the Stoneman Douglas shooting. We all want to protect our schools but the focus on firearms will only lead to knee-jerk

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11 Apr 2018

An empowering debut for Kali Uchis is made with “Isolation”

Kali Uchis, a Colombian American singer that has been on my radar since she was 17, has finally released her debut album “Isolation,” at the age of 24. The dreamy,

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11 Apr 2018

“A Quiet Place” whispers something new

I think we all take the sense of hearing for granted far too much. We never appreciate the subtleties of how far audio has made strides within the film industry.

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04 Apr 2018

Social media ‘brain hacking’

Everything I’ve hated about myself — from my hair, to my body, my accomplishments, my relationships — stemmed from what I’ve seen on social media. It goes without saying that

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04 Apr 2018

OP-ED: A’s bullpen the strength of the team

The 2018 season has begun, and there is little hope that the Oakland Athletics will make the playoffs, but there is one place where they have improved: the bullpen. Over

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28 Mar 2018

C Lo’s Movie Reviews: He-e-e-e-re’s Spielberg!

I spent much of my childhood entertained by pop culture’s endless commodities. They made me happy — being introduced to the worlds of Pokemon, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Super Mario

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28 Mar 2018

Rally to #FundTheDream

On April 4th – the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of Dr. King – the California Faculty Association (CFA) and Students for Quality Education (SQE) invite our campus community to

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28 Mar 2018

My American Dream is hopeless

When I was a little kid, America was always the country I wanted to come to. Studying in America was always my dream. Spending the past three years in the

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15 Mar 2018

Lil boat, big problems

The self-proclaimed “King of Teens,” Lil Yachty, has been at the forefront of today’s hip-hop discussions since his single “One Night” went viral and catapulted him into the social media

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15 Mar 2018

C Lo’s Movie Reviews: Can’t iron out these wrinkles

What do “The Lord of the Rings,” “Harry Potter,” “The Godfather,” “Charlotte’s Web” and “Fight Club” have in common? They are all content that originally came from books that were

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15 Mar 2018

U.S. failure opens door for new teams

After rigorous qualifying campaigns, 32 nations will get a chance to become champions at the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Among them are Iceland and Panama as first-time participants. Not among

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07 Mar 2018

Mental illness and gun control: Is it to blame for mass shootings?

When mass shootings, especially school shootings, occur in the United States, gun advocates always blame the shooter’s mental issues while the opposing side chooses gun control laws as a solution.

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