Golden Gate Xpress

What Trump’s administration could mean for the LGBTQ community

Victor Verdugo

November 30, 2016

After Donald Trump won the presidential election, Dani Alvarez admitted to feeling fear stepping out of the house in clothes that would be stereotypically be considered feminine. Alvarez, a biology major, identifies as gender...

Election exhaustion sets in for students

Victor Verdugo

November 8, 2016

[media-credit name="Jessylyn Los Banos" align="alignnone" width="696"][/media-credit] Nervousness, indifference and distrust are just some of the feelings that SF State students have cited as effects of election exhaustion in the...

University begins conversion to gender-inclusive bathrooms

Victor Verdugo

October 22, 2016

In an effort to accommodate students of all genders, SF State has started converting single-stall restrooms to be gender-inclusive. The University currently has 13 gender-inclusive bathrooms on campus and is moving toward final...

HBO executive talks dragons and career advice at Game of Thrones viewing party

Victor Verdugo

October 13, 2016

Groups of students huddled outside the Cesar Chavez Student Center Sunday night to attend a viewing party of a recent episode of “Game of Thrones,” with a special introduction from HBO’s vice president of production. On...

Some students lose out on new minimum wage

Victor Verdugo

September 13, 2016

While San Francisco raised its minimum wage from $12.25 to $13 in July, only students that were already being paid at the City minimum wage benefitted from this increase. This means  students like Megan Foley, who works at the...

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