31 Jan 2013

THE SWAMP: Getting lost with White Arrows @ The Depot

I had just walked out of the bathroom after filming White Arrows guitarist JP Caballero shave, brush his teeth and talk about his time at UCLA when I realized “oh

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31 Jan 2013

Health officials stress flu prevention in wake of epidemic

Elevated flu activity has reached a widespread level and with the peak of the flu season approaching, the importance of flu safety is at an all-time high. With the Spring

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31 Jan 2013

Big wins for San Francisco sparks city spirit

On 24th and Castro streets sits a bar called Valley Tavern. This is where I spent my Sunday afternoon Jan. 20. When I arrived, there were 10 to 20 people

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30 Jan 2013

INFOGRAPHIC: Swiftly filled classes turn students to extraordinary options

While some students race around campus trying to add classes during the first week of school, third-year biology major Susan Hoang has given up that path. Hoang, like many disgruntled

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30 Jan 2013

SFJAZZ to host classes, performances

With the grand opening of a new multi-million dollar facility, San Francisco’s oldest jazz company has recently stationed itself in the heart of Hayes Valley with a goal of reaching

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30 Jan 2013

UPDATE: Creative Arts Building partially opened

A water pipe burst in the Creative Arts Building early this morning resulting in a flood that has the building shut down until further notice. The burst pipe, which was

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30 Jan 2013

VIDEO: What is your favorite Super Bowl tradition?

Multimedia editor for Xpress, Wyatt McCall, searched the SF State campus for students who have Super Bowl traditions that they stick to every year. Here you can see students talk

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30 Jan 2013

THE SWAMP: Sex On Campus

In the backrooms, bathrooms, and on the rooftops, SF State students are gettin’ down on campus like there is no (job) tomorrow. On the third floor of the humanities building

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29 Jan 2013

New drug disposal program aims to cut down pollution, abuse

In response to a mounting body of evidence that says pharmaceutical waste is ending up in our drinking water and polluting the environment, San Francisco has instituted a new program

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29 Jan 2013

VIDEO: SF State student director revamps Greek classic, 'Eurydice'

Ben Calabrese is captivated by the action unfolding on stage; two star-crossed lovers, one on a table and the other on a chair, lean in for a passionate kiss when

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28 Jan 2013

UPDATE: Man dies of gunshot wound in Parkmerced

An unidentified man was shot and killed Monday, Jan. 28 around 5 p.m. near the corner of Font Boulevard and Chumasero Drive in Parkmerced. The San Francisco Police Department responded

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28 Jan 2013

Muni employees rack up $100,000 in overtime hours

Doubling one’s salary in overtime hours is a dream for some — but for a few San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency workers, it is a reality. According to the San

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28 Jan 2013

PODCAST: Long-awaited Queer Resource Center excites LGBTQ community

Cassidy Barrington calls the Inland Empire the “bible belt” of California. Growing up there she first started to explore her sexuality and her queer identity by joining her high school’s

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27 Jan 2013

Multiple sclerosis patient persists through pressures

[HTML1] Photos by Amanda Peterson / Special to Xpress Peterson Metal Fabricating was a sheet metal shop in Hayward, Calif. with four generations worth of family history and with Dan

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27 Jan 2013

Bay Area death metal drummer beats cancer, rebounds as touring member

Andrew Baird, drummer of a local death metal band Fallujah, was diagnosed with cancer a year ago at age 21. Almost instantly, the daily worries of the average young adult

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