Golden Gate Xpress

Route Zero presents alternate transit options to students

Jayda McClendon

April 29, 2014

A group of bike riding instructors and sustainability strategists toured SF State for the first time Thursday, April 24, giving students the opportunity to learn about alternative forms of transportation. “Our goal is to p...

Students, faculty present research on depression at SF State’s 2nd Annual Health Symposium

Jayda McClendon

April 22, 2014

As Ytzya Sanches presented her research on depression in the gay community, she reflected on how she became interested in the topic: at a restaurant outing with her niece. “My niece was shocked and disappointed by the waite...

Fraternity brings AIDS awareness to campus

Jayda McClendon

April 16, 2014

Covered in balloons and lines of tables, the quad became a space to educate students on the impact of HIV and AIDS in their community. Alpha Phi Omega, a national co-ed service fraternity, hosted their 18th annual Multicultur...

“I Had No Idea”: National Eating Disorder Week breaks silence at college campuses

Jayda McClendon

March 9, 2014

SF State student Lindsay Wengler struggled with bulimia and anorexia in her past, but after receiving guidance, it gave her the strength to pay it forward to students today. Prior to moving to San Francisco, Wengler led an...

Officials remedy Covered California sign-ups

Jayda McClendon

March 9, 2014

Covered California had a rough start with Latino enrollment in health insurance for reasons such as website translation errors, lack of awareness and fear of immigration enforcement, but membership numbers have increased since...

Sugary drinks may get warning labels in California

Jayda McClendon

February 22, 2014

Soda drinkers and vendors at SF State may soon find sugary drinks sold on campus will have a label to warn against negative health effects. State Senator Bill Monning introduced a bill Feb. 13 which could require that soda...

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