“It Chapter Two,” a horror movie with few scary moments and even more laughs, is out in theaters this week. The movie is a sequel to the 2017 movie “It.”
In life there are moments that we will remember for a very long time. Andrew Luck retiring at the young age of 29, followed by being booed off his home
The deadline to qualify for the third round of Democractic primary debates passed on Aug. 27, with 10 candidates making the cut. Among the presidential hopefuls left out was Rep.
When it comes to the judicial system, race stands as a sort of systematic barrier for people of color. You can look to examples like the differences in crack vs.
The University Police Department prides itself on “delivering professional community policing with integrity and sensitivity.” As of Sept. 1, day 244 of the year, there have been 283 mass shootings
Editor’s note: The following letter submitted on Sept. 1, 2019 is in response to the editorial titled ‘Ethics violations betray department’s integrity‘ which was published on May 21, 2019. By
The turnaround for this San Francisco Giants 2019 ballclub has been one for the ages. With the team virtually on the ropes and rapidly heading down the drain before the
Nothing works up an appetite better than four-plus years of coursework and sitting through a bustling Oracle Park graduation ceremony. After walking the stage May 28, new graduates will have
The journalism department at SF State has an ethics problem. In the 2018-19 academic year alone, Xpress editors discovered nine cases of plagiarism and five cases of fabrication from student-reporters.
Golden Gate Xpress newspapers were found in a trash can near the empty newspaper stand by Rm. 125 in the Humanities Building on May 15, 2019. (MONSERRATH ARREOLA/Golden Gate Xpress)
ILLUSTRATION BY SAHAR SWALEH/Golden Gate Xpress Before many have even had a chance to put on their cap and gown, they can see their next degree on the horizon.
Burger King kicked off mental health awareness month by releasing their newest promotion for “real meals“ in the attempt to showcase that “its OK to be OK.” The fast food
On Lionel Messi’s 14th anniversary of scoring his first official goal with Spanish football club FC Barcelona, he did what everyone expected him to do: score his 600th career goal.
“Avengers: Endgame” is truly a bookend to the epic saga that has been the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That is not to say the film leaves you feeling there are no
According to the Associated Students Inc. Board’s organization chart, the student body is supposed to have the most powerful voice in the administration of the University—more than President Leslie Wong,
A Genocide Awareness Project sign with the words “Fuck you bitch my body my choice,” scrawled on it in front of the Cesar Chavez Center during an anti-abortion protest on
Image by Nadine3103 from Wikimedia Commons. Since the first celebration of Earth Day in 1970, the common preception is that environmentalism is an everyday choice, but it’s arguable that
A portrait of Joseph Raymond McCarthy from United Press via Wikimedia Commons. Depending on your interpretation of Zionism at SF State, you might have your name, face and information
A homeless person lies down in San Francisco, Calif. (Courtesy of Bill Morrow via Flickr.) The rival crowdfunding campaigns that emerged at the end of March in opposition and
COURTESY OF DISNEY CLIPS/ GOLDEN GATE XPRESS Disney is well on its way to becoming a monopoly following the March 19 acquisition of 21st Century Fox and the 20th
Ex-Middleweight world champion Gennady Golovkin has officially chosen to make a six-fight deal with DAZN on March 8th for the next three years. Golovkin became a free agent after his
In 2015 the University sold a monopoly on campus residents’ eating habits and nutrition to Sodexo, a multinational food services and facilities management company with a long history of healthcode
Thirty-three parents have been accused of bribery and fraud in the largest university admission scandal ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice in the attempt to set their children up
In a bid to pad metrics that justify their six-figure salaries, SF State administrators have repurposed funds meant to improve the well-being of the campus community to instead increase class
It was predictable that Captain Marvel would face internet backlash prior to its release. The first female-led Marvel movie would no doubt force sniveling virgin men out of their mother’s
After a domestic altercation turned shooting on the evening of Monday, Feb. 25, SF State students remain shaken. The trauma and concern of this event is apparent throughout the student
During last week’s Oscar’s, the Serena Williams’ Dream Crazier Nike campaign debuted, making it one of the most profounding advertisements of the year. Once again, Nike attempts to break down
The San Francisco Giants, their fanbase and Major League Baseball have a lot to think about in the wake of a viral video featuring the Giants President and CEO Larry
In the wake of controversial fashion releases alluding to racist motifs, SF State students have expressed their concerns over high-end brands capitalizing on sensitive topics. High-end fashion brands like Gucci
Our independent newspaper has prided itself since 1927 for being a student-run publication, free from the influence of the University and even our own journalism department. Recently, this distinction was
This year’s Black History Month celebrations at SF State will be marred by controversy surrounding the treatment of Black students by administrators as students and faculty insist their voices be
In light of President’s Day, candidate announcements for the 2020 presidency continue to grow. Over 523 candidates have filed to run with the Federal Election Commission, 13 of those candidates
People make mistakes everyday, but when a newspaper does it requires explanation. In the last issue of the Xpress, under the headline “Gas line explosion displaces residents,” it was reported
It’s the day couples are busy arranging their dates, going out to buy chocolates, flowers and seeking the perfect date-night outfits. The holiday of: Valentine’s Day. The National Retail Federation
As President Leslie Wong’s turbulent tenure leading SF State comes to an end, we believe our next president should be more transparent and accountable to the most important constituency groups
The Academy Awards has it all — celebrities, prestige, glamour and per usual controversy. For the first time in 30 years, the pinnacle of award show season will have no