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Artists Struggle to Finance Life in SF

Mario Garcia Contributing Writer With an exterior painted with yellow bees, the Honey Hive Gallery at 46th and Judah grabs the attention of passersby. Inside there...

BOBA, BOBA EVERYWHERE

Jennifer Lam Contributing Writer  In a city full of good food, you can bet there are some tasty boba places that can quench your thirst on...

ONLY IN SF: AN LSD MUSEUM

Grant Bonham Staff Writer In an otherwise normal house off of 20th and Mission you can take a trip like no other, with a man whose stories...

San Francisco’s Best Independent Theatres

David L. Garcia Staff Writer Going to the movies, especially as a college student, can feel like a waste of time. You pay twelve bucks to...

I’m Giving Up on San Francisco

I am leaving San Francisco when I graduate in 2014; by doing so, I acknowledge that I am giving up. I am giving up...
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SF Architecture: Where Modern Meets the Past

Thousands of homes were built in San Francisco thanks to the abundance of coastal redwoods that contributed to the mass production of timber. These homes...

USF Students Support Cancer Research Through Relay for Life

  Put on your walking shoes and get to steppin’. Relay for Life is coming to USF this weekend. Relay teams raise funds for cancer...

Improved Golden State Warriors will Relocate to SF

Ever since the May 21 announcement that the Golden State Warriors would be moving to San Francisco for the 2017-18 NBA season, local residents...

Men’s Soccer Loses Second Straight Game

Men’s soccer lost to number 7th ranked Cal this weekend, making it their second loss in a row.