Golden Gate Xpress

Surviving finals with your mental health intact

Arianne Arciaga

December 10, 2019

The period between Thanksgiving break and finals week can be a very stressful time for college students. During these next two weeks there are projects due, papers to write and exams to take. While it’s important to do well on...

BART riders should be allowed to eat on trains

Arianne Arciaga

November 19, 2019

On Nov. 4, Steve Foster was handcuffed at the Pleasant Hill/Contra Costa Centre Bay Area Rapid Transit Station by police officer David McCormick after eating a sandwich on the station platform. Foster was not arrested, accor...

Preparedness for potential on-campus shootings

Arianne Arciaga

November 5, 2019

Sept. 19, Joseph Vicencio was arrested after firing multiple gunshots on San Jose State University’s campus. The shots caused damage to the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library and parking structure. On Oct. 25, SF State stude...

A Christian’s take on celebrating Halloween

Arianne Arciaga

October 29, 2019

The spooky season comes to a close this Thursday on Halloween. Every year, “trick or treat” echoes through the streets as people of all ages run through their neighborhood knocking on people’s doors dressed as their favori...

Let’s respect and support youth activists

Arianne Arciaga

October 15, 2019

Greta Thunberg, 16, was nominated for the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize, losing to Abiy Ahmed Ali. However, the work that Thunberg accomplished did not go unnoticed. Her speech to the world leaders at the United Nations Climate Action ...

The fight for Ethnic Studies continues

Arianne Arciaga

October 7, 2019

Crowds of students and faculty on the SF State campus held their signs up loud and proud as they fought through a sea of police officers, shouting, “On strike shut it down! On strike shut it down!” 50 years ago at SF State, the Bla...

September brings National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.

Arianne Arciaga

September 17, 2019

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that suicide is the leading cause of death among college students, just under accidental injuries. According to Suicide Prevention Resource Center, 7.7% of undergraduate a...

Multicultural Greek Council hosts a night for camaraderie

Arianne Arciaga

September 13, 2019

Seven of the 14 multicultural Greek organizations came together Sept. 5 in Jack Adams Hall to celebrate the second annual Meet the Multicultural Greeks event.  The night showcased half of the multicultural Greek organization...

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