19 Dec 2018

Jewish Community Center celebrates last night of Hanukkah in Ghirardelli Square

San Francisco’s Jewish Community Center celebrated the last night of Hanukkah in Ghirardelli Square. This Hanukkah festival had a theme of “sharing the light” whether that meant bringing joy in

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19 Dec 2018

The Oscars have deeper issues than Kevin Hart. Who will host the 2019 award show amidst Academy controversy?

After Twitter users resurfaced old homophobic tweets from recently announced 2019 Oscars host Kevin Hart, the comedian quickly withdrew from hosting the award show, creating lots of controversy for both

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19 Dec 2018

Cookies Christmas Concert comes to San Francisco with special guest, Gucci Mane

San Francisco native, Gilbert Milam Jr., better known by his rapper name, Berner, will have his annual Cookies Christmas concert in the Warfield in San Francisco this Saturday Dec. 22.

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18 Dec 2018

Journalism department co-founder leaves profound legacy

Jerrold Lee Werthimer, the man who co-founded the journalism department at SF State 58 years ago, died Sunday, Dec. 8. Better known as Jerry among friends, family and students, Werthimer

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10 Dec 2018

Uber crashes nationwide prompting #UberDown

The Uber app is experiencing an outage nationwide. Uber has released the following statement, “We are aware of a technical issue that is preventing some customers from using our app.

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09 Dec 2018

Misogyny behind viral #ThotAudit campaign

Misogynist “men’s rights” activists and involuntary celibate (incel) circles are harassing sex workers online. Sex workers are already in a stigmatized group that is a highly controversial and dangerous profession.

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25 Nov 2018

Journalism professors call for increased diversity in the media

In 1967, cities such as Nebraska, Tennessee and Detroit exploded in riots. The violence was the result of decades upon decades of discrimination against the African American population. In response,

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16 Nov 2018

Roy Clark, country music star, dead at 85

World-renowned country singer, Roy Clark, has died at the age of 85. Clark died of complications from pneumonia, according to his publicist. Clark was known for the show ‘Hee Haw’

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07 Nov 2018

SF State Jewish community mourn mass murder victims

SF Hillel and other Jewish student organizations shared personal anecdotes on Monday, Nov. 5 during a vigil at Malcolm X Plaza held for the 11 worshippers murdered in an anti-Semitic

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01 Nov 2018

“The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” forgoes humor for a dark twist

Released a few days before Halloween, Netflix’s “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” meets expectations with an eerie, dark magic vibe. Unfortunately, the first couple of episodes drag as they establish

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01 Nov 2018

Lyft and Uber offering discounted rides on election day

Uber and Lyft are both showing their voting advocacy by partnering with non-profit organizations aimed to create a higher voter turnout. Lyft has partnered with the non-partisan organizations: Vote Latino,

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23 Oct 2018

Twitter’s newest fad: #HimToo

#HimToo is Twitter’s newest fad; to many’s dismay. Many people believe the viral hashtag is a cruel play on words mocking the #MeToo movement. However, #HimToo goes much deeper than

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17 Oct 2018

California becomes first state to ban animal testing

It is a popular opinion that animal-tested products are bad and should be stopped. There are many organizations that support this ban on animal testing, such as the humane society

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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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13 Sep 2018

Anticipated bestseller hits the silver screen

“A Simple Favor” is finally coming to theaters. Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick star in this mysterious book turned movie. The movie is about two polar opposite moms that each

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