Tag Archives: health

Survey: How much caffeine do you consume?

Midterms are in full swing here at SF State, and as usual, students are stressed and sleep-deprived. With late night study sessions at the library, and overlapping assignments and projects, it is hard to catch a decent amount of sleep. The urgency to grab a small, flat latte with an extra shot, to stay awake during

Happy Safe Sex-ing, SF State

“Don’t have sex, because you will get pregnant and die.”   Coach Carr instilling fear in the teenagers of America in 2004’s Mean Girls is the first thing that comes to mind when I think of a sex education class. But SF State’s Minor in Sexuality Studies takes a different approach when teaching students about

Farm Fresh To Go

Words & Photos: Kelly Leslie The sun has yet to awaken, but a sea of residents from the Bernal Heights neighborhood flood Alemany Boulevard farmers’ market with empty produce baskets, determined to find the best bang for their buck, until they overflow. Conscious of the current economic downturn that has haunted our country for nearly