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
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
The San Francisco community celebrated the 19th annual How Weird Street Faire on May 6 in the SoMa District. SF residents were able to express their weirdness and love for life through dancing, not having a filter through dress code and celebrating the diversity of
SF State’s Education and Referral Organization for Sexuality, EROS, hosted an event that discussed the stigmas and health benefits that surrounded the subject of masturbation.
The act of mastubation for some individuals is an uneasy topic to wrap their head around. The solo act is still
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
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
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
A college National Championship, Rose Bowl titles, two NFC Championships and a Super Bowl title are on the resume of SF State alum Gil Haskell.
With all those accomplishments, his greatest honor will be May 19 when he is inducted into the San Francisco Prep Hall
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
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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 a better life for me and my sister, but little did they know this so-called
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
Stream lights flicker and euphoria floods the air at the Great American Music Hall as swarms of people crowd the stage awaiting the arrival of the featured artist, Morgan Saint, to take the stage as the opening act for the American pop-rock duo, Missio.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has voted to rename SFO Terminal 1 in Harvey Milk’s name.
Milk was the first openly gay elected official to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors until his assassination by then Supervisor Dan White in 1978.
“He was more than just
Tensions were high at the town hall meeting at Balboa High School regarding the police-related shooting of a 21-year-old man at a barbershop in the outer Mission as an altercation broke out during the public forum.
On Wednesday, March 21, Jehad Eid was shot and
Sometimes the best intentions can come off in the worst way possible. Last week, an ad campaign rolled out posters within San Francisco’s public transit system advocating tech companies to hire U.S. workers instead of foreign labor.
The campaign was paid for by Progressives for Immigration
Gender representation is an issue in the forefront of the social justice conversation with trending topics like #Metoo and #ShePersisted. Representation in the sciences has been a contentious issue for decades and scientists like Marie Curie and Katherine Johnson are under-celebrated in the field.
Police have confirmed that five people were hit by a white GMC van at Illinois and 24th streets according to the app Citizen.
Police responded to the incident call around 10:30 a.m. and found the victims and the suspects vehicle reportedly fled the scene.
Throughout America hundreds of thousands of protesters rallied for social change and common sense gun laws as a part of the March For Our Lives campaign in response to numerous school shootings on March 24.
Ibraheem Chaudrey, a 21-year-old undergraduate student at SF State studying computer
The Muslim Student Association had a homeless drive on March 7.
They conduct the drive every semester at SF State to help further strengthen a positive aspect of the Muslim community by doing their share in the San Francisco community by providing homeless kits to homeless
A woman died from stab wounds sustained in a domestic violence incident on Chester Avenue.
Police responded to the unit block of Chester Avenue at 2:11 p.m. and transported the female victim and male suspect to the hospital.
The male is being treated for what appears to
Women gathered to share their stories, hardships and life experiences. These women carry stories. Stories of resilience, perseverance and the notion that while women have come so far, the work they have is nowhere near finished.
On Thursday, March 8, a crowd assembled to call for
Getting home should be considered mundane and common but for some BART riders, it will soon become dangerous and difficult.
In a few months, the Civic Center BART station will permanently close entrances at Grove, Hyde and Market Streets and the entrance outside Hotel Whitcomb will
The hour hand and minute hand meet at the apex of the clock. It’s another 12 o’clock practice.
12 a.m., that is.
For SF State’s ice hockey club, this is one of several obstacles that must be dealt with in order to maintain their team.
“Hockey’s a really
San Franciscans have always seemed to appreciate noodles. Maybe it’s the mild-cold weather that makes a bowl of noodles cozy or the cheap price point that attracts a crowd. Whatever the reason, noodle-oriented franchises are being noticed, and two new ones are here to stay.
Maya Angelou was known for her poetry and activism but very few know of her summer in San Francisco as the first woman of color to be hired as a street railway conductor.
The impact of her art and hardships are remembered by people such as
A 27-year-old man was shot multiple times in a drive-by shooting on Felton Street in the Excelsior District early this afternoon.
A local resident heard gunshots at roughly 1:45 p.m. on the 1700 block of Felton Street. According to the Citizen crime-tracker app, San Francisco
Hip-hop dancers from Culture Shock Oakland filled the grand rotunda of City Hall Wednesday night, with lively performances closing the final night of Black History Month in San Francisco.
The Black History Month Cultural Experience event, hosted by Board of Supervisors President London Breed and fellow
SF State students from multiple organizations gathered and walked out in protest in reaction to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids throughout the Bay Area on February 28th.
Students chanted throughout campus and building halls, “Join us, Walk out, share you care. We will
Along with constant celebrations, such as big family dinners, parades, lighting firecrackers and handing out money in red envelopes during one of the most celebrated times of the year in Chinese culture, men and women dress in their most vibrant Chinese New Year garments to
The Castro District has been collecting empty storefronts for the past couple of years. Known for its rainbow theme and historic contributions to the Civil Rights Movement, the Castro District has become a bit duller these days, due to the looming presence of empty storefronts
Mission Dolores Park, a cornerstone for residents and popular hang-out spot for tourists, is littered with trash and empty bottles from the day’s recreational activities. The state of the park is a far cry from years past.
Trash left behind at the park is an issue
Over a quarter of the world’s population is celebrating Lunar New Year today, or what is also called the Spring Festival in many other countries including: Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines.
Thirty-five percent of San Francisco’s total population is made up of people from Asian backgrounds
The night was filled with live music and dancing as The Village Project, a non-profit organization based in San Francisco, threw a free concert for the 12th annual Mardi Gras celebration on Feb. 13. People of all ages and backgrounds came together and packed the
Adult use of cannabis is legal in California because of Proposition 64, which means anyone over the age of 21 can now purchase marijuana for recreational use, at a cost. Several taxes, including the 15 percent state tax, which comes along with recreational marijuana, that