Golden Gate Xpress

Tattoos do not have to dictate connotations in workplace

Taylor LoNigro

December 16, 2014

“Now no one is going to hire you!” is what I hear from my parents every time I tell them about the new ink I get. I am sure that I am not the only tattooed young adult attempting to get a job that has heard this from a loved...

Immigration reform gives hope to the future for immigrants and families

Taylor LoNigro

December 9, 2014

President Barack Obama’s action on immigration completely changed the lives of millions of undocumented immigrants living and working in the U.S. for the better. The president's immigration reform proves our country's...

SF Green Festival makes its rounds to educate community on living green

Taylor LoNigro

November 18, 2014

Green Festivals have been educating communities all over America for about 13 years now, providing healthier alternatives for living economically, socially and all-around environmentally. Thousands of people attended Green Festivals...

Prop. E raises money and awareness

Taylor LoNigro

November 4, 2014

It is November and San Francisco has finally approached the ongoing debate over the soda tax and the health impacts of sugar consumption. Yes, many people arguing against the soda tax say that eating sugary foods is just as bad,...

Prop E raises money and awareness of diabetes in our society

Taylor LoNigro

November 3, 2014

It is November and San Francisco has finally approached the ongoing debate over the soda tax and the health impacts of sugar consumption. Yes, many people arguing against the soda tax say that eating sugary foods is just as bad,...

Stop using feminism for your personal benefit

Taylor LoNigro

October 21, 2014

Feminism is for everyone, but both women and men continue to misconstrue the true meaning of feminism and what it really stands for. A Nigerian writer once defined a feminist best as a “person who believes in the social, politi...

Food Awareness Month kicks off to get students thinking differently about what they eat

Taylor LoNigro

September 28, 2014

Humans think about it constantly, always want more of it and can name our favorite kinds off the top of their heads. Some students may think they know everything about food, but SF State’s Food Awareness Month makes the subject...

BART Watch app has no chance against truly dangerous criminals

Taylor LoNigro

September 9, 2014

After the newest Bay Area crime reporting app was labeled the “Instagram of Bad Behavior” by SF Weekly due to acting as somewhat of a snitching tool, BART Watch is going to have some trouble gaining credibility with transit pas...

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